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|14 Oct 2021 |||Pontus Okerblad-Westin (F)||Hammarby IF Ishockeyförening||Mörrum GoIS|
|07 Oct 2021 |||Sebastian Kaijser (F)||Bodens HF||Tingsryds AIF|
|07 Oct 2021 |||Daniel Rosengren (G)||Vallentuna BK||Tingsryds AIF|
|07 Oct 2021 |||Liam Blombergsson (F)||Sollentuna HC||Spånga Hockey|
|1.||Marcus Lundberg||D||Kalmar HC||2||0||0||0||0|
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: Djurgårdens IF
- 1961-1962: Djurgårdens IF
- 1960-1961: Djurgårdens IF
- 1959-1960: Djurgårdens IF
- 1958-1959: Djurgårdens IF
- 1957-1958: Djurgårdens IF
- 1956-1957: Gävle GIK
- 1955-1956: Södertälje SK
- 1954-1955: Djurgårdens IF
- 1953-1954: Djurgårdens IF
- 1952-1953: Södertälje SK
- 1950-1951: Hammarby IF
- 1949-1950: Djurgårdens IF
- 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: Ludvig Markman (17 years)
- Oldest player: Martin Thörnberg (38 years)
- Shortest player: Anton Elenius (165 cm)
- Tallest player: Joshua Karlsson (205 cm)
- Nationalities: Canada (4), Czech Republic (1), Denmark (2), Estonia (3), Finland (32), Hungary (1), Latvia (6), Lithuania (2), Norway (3), Slovenia (1), Switzerland (1), Slovakia (2), Sweden (798), USA (4)
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