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|12 Jul 2020 |||Cheyne Matheson (F)||Kiruna IF||Limburg/Diez|
|10 Jul 2020 |||Fredrik Ljunggren (C)||unknown||Skövde IK|
|10 Jul 2020 |||Jimmy Krusell (C)||Grästorps IK||Skövde IK|
|10 Jul 2020 |||William Johansson (D)||VIK Västerås HK||Skövde IK|
The first stage of Division 1 is played in 6 regional divisions (A-F). After the Christmas break the top teams qualify for AllEttan North, Center or South consisting of 8 teams in each.The remaining teams continue in the Division 1 A-F.
The top teams will play qualification stages against teams from HockeyAllsvenskan for promotion.
The bottom teams will play teams from Division 2 to avoid relegation.
- from 1941 to 2014: Division 1
- from 2014 to present: HockeyEttan
- 1974-1975: Leksands IF
- 1973-1974: Leksands IF
- 1972-1973: Leksands IF
- 1971-1972: Brynäs IF
- 1970-1971: Brynäs IF
- 1969-1970: Brynäs IF
- 1968-1969: Leksands IF
- 1967-1968: Brynäs IF
- 1966-1967: Brynäs IF
- 1965-1966: Brynäs IF
- 1964-1965: Västra Frölunda IF
- 1963-1964: Brynäs IF
- 1962-1963: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1961-1962: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1960-1961: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1959-1960: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1958-1959: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1957-1958: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1956-1957: Gävle GIK
- 1955-1956: Södertälje SK
- 1954-1955: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1953-1954: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1952-1953: Södertälje SK
- 1950-1951: Hammarby IF
- 1949-1950: Djurgården Stockholm
- 1947-1948: IK Göta
- 1946-1947: AIK
- 1945-1946: AIK
- 1944-1945: Hammarby IF
- 1943-1944: Södertälje SK
- 1942-1943: Hammarby IF
- 1941-1942: Hammarby IF
Division 1 is the third level league in Sweden.
Division 1 was the premier league in Sweden 1941-1975.
Between 1975 and 1999 Division 1 was the second league in Sweden.
Västervik and Södertälje promoted(31 Mar 2016)
Vita Hästen promoted - Björklöven stays(06 Apr 2014)
Jonathan Ericsson to the Swedish third tier league
Jonathan Ericsson of Detroit Red Wings is the first NHL lock-out player to sign with a team in Division 1, the Swedish third league. He will join Vita Hästen, the club he represented as a junior, October 17.(07 Oct 2012)
Luleå Rebels bankrupt(13 Oct 2011)
- Youngest player: Fredrik Dahné (17 years)
- Oldest player: Niklas Enberg (34 years)
- Shortest player: Johan Mörnsjö (163 cm)
- Tallest player: Hugo Fagerblom (199 cm)
- Nationalities: Canada (3), Croatia (2), Denmark (1), Estonia (1), Finland (4), Hungary (1), Latvia (1), Norway (1), Slovakia (3), Sweden (279), USA (2)
There are a few reasons Ice Hockey has taken the world by storm in recent decades. Namely, the improvement of the sport and the refinement of the culture that surrounds and props it up. ... Read more»