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J18 Elit (SWE)
- League status: Active
- Youth league: yes, U18
- Administered by: Svenska Ishockeyförbundet
- WWW: http://stats.swehockey.se/
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|04 Feb 2016 |||Gleb Sobolevsky (D)||Wings HC Arlanda||Dinamo-Shinnik Bobruisk|
|06 Oct 2015 |||Christian Larsen (D)||Odense IK 2||Mora IK|
|02 Oct 2015 |||Christof Kromp (F)||IF Troja-Ljungby||Muskegon Lumberjacks|
|01 Oct 2015 |||Reinis Ruks (F)||Nynäshamns IF||HS Riga|
|1.||Rasmus Sandin||D||MODO Hockey||20||5||17||22||6||24|
|2.||Gleb Sobolevsky||D||Wings HC Arlanda||25||1||6||7||12||2|
J18 Elit is the 2nd level Under-18 league in Sweden. It is played in 4 regional divisions. At the Christmas break, the 5 best teams in each of the 4 divisions qualify for J18 Allsvenskan, the highest Swedish Under-18 league.
After Christmas the divisions continue without the 5 best teams.
- Youngest player: Sam Bingmark (14 years)
- Oldest player: Carl-Melcher Höög (18 years)
- Shortest player: Felix Snaula (160 cm)
- Tallest player: Elias Jacobs (196 cm)
- Nationalities: Australia (1), Austria (4), Belarus (2), Croatia (2), Czech Republic (6), Denmark (9), Finland (7), France (2), Great Britain (2), Germany (3), Hungary (2), Latvia (3), Lithuania (2), Norway (10), Russia (3), Slovenia (2), Switzerland (1), Slovakia (10), Sweden (1372), Ukraine (1)
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