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IF Frisk Asker

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Season 2021-2022

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Recent gamesseason 2021-2022
Oct. 14 21 | 18:00Stavanger Oilers - IF Frisk Asker5-6
Oct. 16 21 | 16:00Manglerud Star - IF Frisk Asker0-5
Oct. 21 21 | 18:30IF Frisk Asker - Sparta Sarpsborg3-4
Oct. 24 21 | 17:00Storhamar Ishockey - IF Frisk Asker-
Oct. 28 21 | 18:30IF Frisk Asker - Ringerike IHK-
Current rosterseason 2021-2022
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
1GNicklas Dahlberg20.04.1985185 cm83 kgleft
25GHenrik Fayen Vestavik30.04.2000175 cm82 kgleft
13DNicolay Andresen05.06.1993181 cm90 kgleft
23DSondre Bolling Vaaler09.02.2000184 cm76 kgleft
65DJimi Kuronen17.05.1995180 cm90 kgleft
57DNiklas Nevalainen28.06.1993175 cm82 kgleft
3DJoakim Opsahl17.05.2001196 cm90 kgleft
5DKristoffer Thomassen18.07.2000179 cm77 kgright
20FAnders Bastiansen (C)31.10.1980190 cm93 kgleft
16RWErik Beier Jensen12.04.2000176 cm79 kgright
48LWFredrik Bjørndal10.01.2002197 cm102 kgleft
71FPatrick André Bovim24.04.1988176 cm76 kgright
17FMikkel Seiergren Christiansen15.01.1992190 cm92 kgright
15FMikael Dokken01.05.1989183 cm80 kgleft
14FEsbjørn Fogstad Vold02.01.1998189 cm95 kgleft
21CMats Frøshaug31.07.1988187 cm95 kgleft
59FViktor Granholm30.04.1997180 cm85 kgright
24LWHampus Gustavsson22.04.1991177 cm84 kgleft
83RWJacob Lagacé09.01.1990180 cm86 kgright
55FEndre Medby11.01.1994179 cm87 kgright
19CDavid Morley25.07.1990171 cm75 kgright
28LWMagnus Tveit Geheb20.08.1998181 cm81 kgleft
34FEskild Wold04.09.2002181 cm79 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Gustaf Wesslau05.02.1985Goalie coach
Vidar Wold07.03.1974Head Coach
Jan André Aasland26.08.1989Head Coach

* no longer in the club


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  • Adress: Brages vei 2
  • Phone: +47 6690 9258
  • Capacity: 2400
  • Opened in: 1969

Frisk is one of the oldest ice hockey clubs in Norway dating back to 1935. For most of the early years the club did alright, playing mostly in the lower regional leagues. In 1968 the club was set for a great new era. Farmer Bjørn Mortensen wished to give something back to the community by building an indoor ice rink in Asker. It was the first of its kind in the Oslo area, and gave the club a tremendous lift.

Askerhallen was opened on August 31. 1969, and led to a series of events that would bring Frisk to the pinnacle of Norwegian Ice Hockey in only a few years. In Asker the facilities was first class, but playing material scarce. In Oslo, a club called Tigrene, had the exact opposite problems, so the two clubs decided to merge. Frisk immediately rose to become one of the top teams in the league.

In May 1972 disaster struck, as the Askerhallen was badly damaged in a fire. Mortensen however wished to continue his commitment, and have the arena rebuilt. The new Askerhallen was opened in 1973.

The seventies proved to be the most successful years for Frisk. Winning the Norwegian championships in 1975 and 1979.

Through the eighties Frisk stayed in the top flight, and excelled at producing talented hockey-players. Led by inspirational coach Barry Smith they made a new appearance in the play off finals in 1986. On the most however they failed to make any real impact and economical problems led the club into recession and finally relegation in the mid nineties. A merger with local club Holmen, under the name of Asker Hockey proved unsuccessful and in 1995 Frisk was back in the top league on their own feet.

With local backing and gaining popularity the club went into the new millennium as one of the best teams in the league. In 2002 Frisk could finally celebrate their third Norwegian championship, after beating the Storhamar Dragons in a very exciting final.

After having accomplished the mission, Frisk did not manage to rebuild the same drive, and for the next few seasons results slowly deteriorated. Still having one of the best youth academies in Norwegian hockey Frisk work hard to rejoin the uppermost echelons with limited resources.

Retired Numbers:

# 4 Thor Martinsen

Notable players:
  • from 1922 to 1992: IF Frisk
  • from 1992 to 1994: Asker Hockey
  • from 1994 to present: IF Frisk Asker

League Champion: 73/74, 75/76, 76/77, 77/78,2007/08
Norway Champion: 1975,1979,2002

League winners:

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Frisk Asker wins Norwegian Championship

Frisk Asker are 2019 Norwegian champions after beating Storhamar 4-2 in the finals.
Storhamar won games 1 and 4 of the 7-game series. Both times by 5-1. Frisk won games 2, 3, 5 and 6.

In the last game veteran Petter Kristiansen scored the championship-winning 3-2 goal at 2:19 of the overtime.

(15 Apr 2019)

Preseason games Sweden Friday August 21st

MODO Hockey-IF Björklöven 2-1, Karlskrona HK-Hamburg Freezers 5-3, Brynäs IF-Leksands IF 4-1, Asplöven-Roki 6-0, Timrå IK- Frisk Asker 5-1, Tingsryd-Troja Ljungby 2-1.

(21 Aug 2015)

GET ligaen qualification scheduled

On March 8, GET ligaen qualification gets underway with four teams battling for two spots in next year´s elite Norwegian ice hockey league. Two bottom teams from GET ligaen - Manglerud Star and Frisk Asker - face the best duo of 1. divisjon - Tønsberg and Comet Halden in a double round robin competition.

(05 Mar 2012)
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Fast factsseason 2021-2022

IF Frisk Asker participates in season 2021-2022: Champions Hockey League, Fjordkraft-ligaen, Juniors (U16)


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