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AIK Hockey
Founded 1891
Home ice Hovet
Based in Solna, Stockholm, Sweden
Colours Black, yellow
League HockeyAllsvenskan
Head coach Sweden Roger Melin
General manager Sweden Anders Gozzi
Captain Sweden Dick Tärnström

AIK Hockey (often referred as just AIK) is a Swedish ice hockey club based in Solna, Stockholm. AIK was founded in Stockholm in 1891, and the hockey department was formed in 1921. The club relocated to Solna in 1937, but the ice hockey team always plays their matches in Stockholm, mainly at Hovet, but the more popular games are usually played at Ericsson Globe, which has a larger capacity of 14,119. AIK are currently playing in HockeyAllsvenskan, the second highest league in Sweden.

In November, 2009 Kontinental Hockey League and AIK Hockey club signed the document announcing the invitation from KHL to AIK Hockey club to become member of the KHL, and join the League’s Championship beginning from the 2010-2011 season provided AIK observes all the terms and conditions, and meets all KHL admission criteria.[1]



AIK is an abbreviation for "Allmänna Idrottsklubben", which in direct translation means "The general sports club". The name was chosen to indicate that the club was open for everyone and also that one of the main events was to be athletics, at that time called "allmän idrott" in Swedish.

In the club's 86-year history, AIK has played 66 seasons in Sweden's top league. They have won the Swedish championship seven times (1934, 1935, 1938, 1946, 1947, 1982, 1984) and been runner-up six other times (1930, 1936, 1940, 1968, 1978, 1981).

Notable players


Current roster

Players under contract for the 2008-09 season, as of September 30, 2009.

Number Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
31 Sweden Fredrik Holmgren L 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
35 Sweden Joakim Strandberg R 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
40 Sweden Christopher Heino-Lindberg R 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
3 Sweden Andreas Jungbeck L 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
4 Sweden Mikael Österberg L 2005 Stockholm, Sweden
6 Sweden Dick Tärnström L 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
7 Sweden Filip Olsson L 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
17 Sweden Fredrik Carlsson L 2006 Stockholm, Sweden
29 Sweden Jonas Liwing R 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
37 Sweden Stefan Johansson L 2008 Piteå, Sweden
45 Sweden Per Savilahti-Nagander L 2008 Luleå, Sweden
Number Player Position Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
10 Sweden Richard Gynge C R 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
16 Sweden Johan Ryno RW L 2009 Örebro, Sweden
18 Sweden Patrik Bergström RW L 2007 Piteå, Sweden
19 Sweden Tobias Ericsson LW L 2006 Stockholm, Sweden
20 Sweden Daniel Bång RW L 2006 Stockholm, Sweden
21 Sweden Christian Sandberg C R 2005 Stockholm, Sweden
22 Sweden Mattias Beck LW L 2006 Stockholm, Sweden
33 Sweden David Engblom LW L 1995 Stockholm, Sweden
68 Sweden Victor Ahlström LW L 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
79 Sweden Henrik Eriksson C R 2008 Leksand, Sweden
86 Sweden Oscar Ahlström RW L 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
92 Sweden Jonas Westerling C L 2007 Mora, Sweden

Retired numbers

See also


  1. ^ Swede dreams. KHL, November,19 2009
  2. ^ "Retired Numbers". European Retrieved January 23, 2007.  

External links

Preceded by
Hammarby IF
Swedish ice hockey champions
1934, 1935
Succeeded by
Hammarby IF
Preceded by
Hammarby IF
Swedish ice hockey champions
Succeeded by
IK Göta
Preceded by
Hammarby IF
Swedish ice hockey champions
1946, 1947
Succeeded by
IK Göta
Preceded by
Färjestads BK
Swedish ice hockey champions
Succeeded by
Djurgårdens IF
Preceded by
Djurgårdens IF
Swedish ice hockey champions
Succeeded by
Södertälje SK


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