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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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|09 Oct 2017 |||Viktors Jašunovs (F)||AIK||Lindlövens IF|
|02 Oct 2017 |||Pāvils Galsons (F)||Bodens HF||HS Prizma Riga|
|07 Jul 2017 |||Jonathan Estienne (F)||Wings HC Arlanda||HC Mulhouse|
|11 May 2017 |||Hugo Petersson (D)||Växjö Lakers||Vimmerby Hockey|
|1.||Gustav Green||F||IF Malmö Redhawks||8||0||0||0||0||-4|
|2.||Igor Smal||F||IFK Täby||1||0||0||0||2||0|
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: Simon Forsmark (14 years)
- Oldest player: Albin Olsson (18 years)
- Shortest player: Pontus Andersson (150 cm)
- Tallest player: Arvid Pålebo (197 cm)
- Nationalities: Austria (1), Canada (1), Czech Republic (1), Denmark (2), Finland (1), Germany (1), Latvia (3), Norway (7), Poland (1), Russia (1), Switzerland (1), Slovakia (1), Sweden (790)