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2009–10 HV71
League 1st Elitserien
2009–10 record 20–9–5
Home record 13–3–2
Road record 7–6–3
Goals for 128
Goals against 88
Team information
General Manager Fredrik Stillman
Coach Janne Karlsson
Captain Johan Davidsson
Alternate captains Per Gustafsson
David Petrasek
Arena Kinnarps Arena
Average attendance 6,953 (99%)
Team leaders
Goals David Petrasek (13)
Martin Thörnberg (13)
Assists Johan Davidsson (31)
Points David Petrasek (40)
Penalties in minutes Per Ledin (75)
Wins Stefan Liv (16)
Goals against average Stefan Liv (2.40)
< 2008–09

The 2009–10 HV71 season will see HV71's attempt to win the Swedish Championship title after having lost the previous season's final. It is the 26th season in the Swedish elite league Elitserien for the club.

HV71 started the season in the beginning of August playing in the Nordic Trophy, which this year only consisted of Swedish teams.[1] After having won the tournament round-robin stage, HV71 lost against Linköpings HC in the semi-final but clinched the bronzed medal defeating Frölunda HC. HV71 was also rewarded with 30,000 euro; 20,000 for winning the series and 10,000 for the bronze medal.[2] On September 21, HV71 played its first game of the season, defeating Linköpings HC away with the score 6–2.[3]

Contents

Offseason

January 16: Defenseman Lance Ward signed a two-year deal with HV71.[4]

April 10: Defenseman Per Gustafsson and goaltender Andreas Andersson re-signed with HV71. Both agreed to a one-year extension.[5]

April 14: Janne Karlsson signed for three years as head coach for HV71.[6] HV71's previous head coach, Kent Johansson, signed earlier with the Swiss team HC Lugano.

April 17: Forwards David Ullström and Simon Önerud, and defenseman Nichlas Torp re-signed with HV71 for another two years.[7]

April 20: Defenseman Johan Björk and winger Johan Lindström re-signed with HV71. Both agreed to a two-year extension. Forward and junior player André Petersson signed with HV71 for a one-year deal.[8]

April 23: Finnish power forward Teemu Laine agreed with HV71 for a two-year extension.[9] Goalie Stefan Liv re-signed with HV71 for another year.[10]

April 24: Forward Oscar Sundh signed with HV71 for two years.[11]

April 28: Canadian centre Kris Beech re-signed with HV71 for another two years.[12]

April 29: Forward Per Ledin returned from play in NHL and AHL, and signed a six-year deal with HV71.[13]

May 20: Forward Mattias Tedenby re-signed with HV71 and agreed to a two-year extension.[14]

August 16: Finnish defenseman Janne Niinimaa signed with HV71 for one year.[15]

Pre-season

HV71 began the pre-season playing in the Nordic Trophy tournament, a total of five games plus two playoff games, from August 11 to August 30, 2009.

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Nordic Trophy

Standings

Nordic Trophy GP W L T OTW OTL PSW PSL GF GA Pts
y-HV71 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 9 12
y-Frölunda HC 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 17 14 9
y-Djurgårdens IF 5 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 13 11 7
y-Linköpings HC 5 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 12 13 6
x-Färjestads BK 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 9 14 6
x-Malmö Redhawks 5 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 9 19 5

y - clinched semi-final spot for championship, x - clinched semi-final spot for 5th place

Game log

2009 Nordic Trophy game log

Legend:       Win (3 points)       Overtime win (2 point)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime loss (1 point)

Playoffs

2009 Nordic Trophy Playoffs

Legend:       Win       Overtime win       Loss

Regular season

Standings

GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTW = Overtime Wins, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points

Elitserien GP W L T OTW OTL GF GA Pts
HV71 31 17 9 5 4 0 119 82 60
Linköpings HC 31 18 9 4 1 0 101 62 59
Färjestads BK 31 15 10 6 1 3 72 81 52
Djurgårdens IF 31 15 11 5 0 1 86 70 50
Frölunda HC 31 12 11 8 1 0 84 86 45
Skellefteå AIK 31 13 12 6 0 3 72 80 45
Luleå HF 31 11 12 8 2 4 82 87 43
Brynäs IF 31 8 11 12 4 0 72 70 40
Modo Hockey 31 6 11 14 6 2 80 81 38
Timrå IK 31 9 12 10 1 5 81 92 38
Rögle BK 31 10 16 5 1 2 73 94 36
Södertälje SK 31 7 17 7 2 3 72 109 30

Game log

2009–10 Game log
December: 6–1–1 (Home: 3–1–1 ; Road: 3–0–0)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts Recap
26 December 3 Södertälje SK 4 – 5 HV71 OT Liv 6,857 14–8–5 51 [34]
27 December 5 HV71 4 – 2 Rögle BK Liv 4,292 15–8–4 54 [35]
28 December 8 MODO Hockey 4 – 1 HV71 Liv 7,000 15–9–4 54 [36]
29 December 10 HV71 3 – 2 Brynäs IF Liv 4,926 16–9–4 57 [37]
30 December 12 Färjestads BK 1 – 7 HV71 Liv 7,000 17–9–4 60 [38]
32 December 26 Luleå HF 1 – 2 HV71 Liv 7,000 18–9–4 63 [39]
33 December 28 Djurgårdens IF 2 – 3 HV71 Andersson 7,000 19–9–4 66 [40]
34 December 30 HV71 4 – 3 Färjestads BK Andersson 6,362 20–9–4 69 [41]

Legend:       Win (3 points)       Overtime win (2 point)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime loss (1 point)       Tie (1 point)

Player stats

Skaters

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalties in Minutes

Regular season

Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
David Petrasek 34 13 27 40 14 56
Johan Davidsson 34 8 31 39 10 8
Pasi Puistola 34 9 19 28 11 71
Jukka Voutilainen 20 12 14 26 6 4
Björn Melin 34 9 17 26 3 24
Teemu Laine 27 12 12 24 11 46
Martin Thörnberg 31 13 10 23 7 40
Janne Niinimaa 33 4 12 16 0 18
Per Ledin 28 4 12 16 0 75
Andreas Falk 34 9 6 15 5 40

Playoffs

Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM

Goaltenders

Note: GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; OTW = Overtime Wins; OTL = Overtime Losses GA = Goals Against; SO = Shutouts; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average

Regular season

Player GP TOI W L T OTW OTL GA SO Sv% GAA
Stefan Liv 27 1502 17 8 2 0 0 60 4 91.25 2.40
Andreas Andersson 7 542 3 1 1 2 0 26 0 89.56 2.88

Playoffs

Player GP TOI W L T OTW OTL GA SO Sv% GAA

Transactions

Acquired by HV71
Player Former team Contract terms
Lance Ward Frankfurt Lions 2 years
André Petersson HV71 youth 1 year
Oscar Sundh Timrå IK 2 years
Per Ledin Colorado Avalanche 6 years
Janne Niinimaa SCL Tigers 1 year
Leaving HV71
Player New team
Kim Staal Malmö Redhawks
Henrik Eriksson VIK Västerås HK
Jonas Johansson VIK Västerås HK
Nicholas Angell Frankfurt Lions
Mikko Luoma Atlant Moscow Oblast
Kamil Piros Ässät

Roster

Updated December 28, 2009. [16]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
35 Sweden Andersson, AndreasAndreas Andersson G L 30 2007 Falun, Sweden
28 Sweden Almqvist, AdamAdam Almqvist D L 18 2009 Jönköping, Sweden
16 Canada Beech, KrisKris Beech C L 28 2008 Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada
30 Sweden Bengtsberg, ChristofferChristoffer Bengtsberg G L 20 2008 Hässelby, Sweden
19 Sweden Björk, JohanJohan Björk Injured Reserve D L 25 2009 Malmö, Sweden
76 Sweden Davidsson, JohanJohan Davidsson (C) C L 34 2001 Jönköping, Sweden
17 Sweden Falk, AndreasAndreas Falk C L 26 2006 Huddinge, Sweden
8 Sweden Grillfors, DanielDaniel Grillfors D L 27 2005 Enköping, Sweden
7 Sweden Gustafsson, PerPer Gustafsson (AInjured Reserve D L 39 1998 Oskarshamn, Sweden
92 Finland Laine, TeemuTeemu Laine LW L 27 2008 Helsinki, Finland
97 Sweden Ledin, PerPer Ledin LW L 31 2009 Luleå, Sweden
11 Sweden Lindström, JohanJohan Lindström RW R 30 2008 Taberg, Sweden
1 Sweden Liv, StefanStefan Liv Injured Reserve G L 29 2007 Gdynia, Poland
91 Sweden Melin, BjörnBjörn Melin RW R 28 2007 Jönköping, Sweden
44 Finland Niinimaa, JanneJanne Niinimaa D L 34 2009 Raahe, Finland
26 Sweden Önerud, SimonSimon Önerud LW L 21 2008 Jönköping, Sweden
40 Sweden Petersson, AndréAndré Petersson RW R 19 2009 Olofström, Sweden
22 Sweden Petrasek, DavidDavid Petrasek (A) D R 33 2005 Jönköping, Sweden
21 Finland Puistola, PasiPasi Puistola D L 31 2006 Tampere, Finland
13 Sweden Sundh, OscarOscar Sundh LW L 23 2009 Uppsala, Sweden
9 Sweden Tedenby, MattiasMattias Tedenby LW L 19 2008 Vetlanda, Sweden
10 Sweden Thörnberg, MartinMartin Thörnberg LW L 26 2004 Jönköping, Sweden
38 Sweden Torp, NichlasNichlas Torp D L 20 2008 Ljungarum, Sweden
24 Sweden Ullström, DavidDavid Ullström C L 20 2008 Jönköping, Sweden
39 Finland Voutilainen, JukkaJukka Voutilainen C R 29 2006 Kuopio, Finland
47 Canada Ward, LanceLance Ward D L 31 2009 Lloydminster, Alberta, Canada
27 Sweden Williamsson, JesperJesper Williamsson D L 19 2008 Nässjö, Sweden

Draft picks

HV71 players picked at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

Round # Player Position Nationality NHL team

References

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  2. ^ Dammbro, Jerker (2009-08-29). "HV71-brons efter klar seger" (in Swedish). Nordic Trophy. Nordic Trophy AB. http://www.nordictrophy.com/news.php?news=171. Retrieved 2009-08-30.  
  3. ^ "LIVE: LHC - HV71". Hockeyligan.se LIVE. Svenska Hockeyligan AB. http://live2.hockeyligan.se/live_v4/index.html?game=20090921-LHC-HV71. Retrieved 2009-09-22.  
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  13. ^ "Per Ledin väljer HV71" (in Swedish). HV71.se. HV71. 2009-04-29. http://www.hv71.se/Nyheter/Per-Ledin-valjer-HV71/. Retrieved 2009-08-17.  
  14. ^ "Mattias Tedenby förlänger med HV71" (in Swedish). HV71.se. HV71. 2009-05-20. http://www.hv71.se/Nyheter/Mattias-Tedenby-forlanger-med-HV71/. Retrieved 2009-08-17.  
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