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Linköpings HC
Linköpings HC
League Elitserien
Founded 1976
History
Arena Cloetta Center
City Linköping, Sweden
Team Colors Blue, white, red
General Manager United States Mike Helber
Head Coach Czech Republic Slavomír Lener
Captain Sweden Magnus Johansson
Swedish Champions none

Linköpings Hockey Club, often known by its acronym LHC or, colloquially among its fans, Cluben, is an ice hockey team from Linköping, Sweden.

Linköping's women's football team, Linköpings FC, is affiliated with and financially backed by Linköpings HC. October 3, 2008 the club announced that the elite men's and women's teams of local volleyball club Team Valla will become affiliated with Linköpings HC, under the name Linköpings Volleyboll Club.[1]

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History

Linköpings HC first played in the Elitserien in the 1999–2000 season, and has been in the top division since the 2001–02 season. They have reached the playoffs five times. LHC reached the final for the first time in 2006–07, where they lost to Modo Hockey. In the 2007–08 season, Linköpings HC advanced to the final once again, this time against HV71, to which they lost, yet again winning the silver medal.

Players

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Current roster

Updated November 22, 2009. [2]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
3 Sweden Andersson, ErikErik Andersson D L 27 2009 Umeå, Sweden
22 Sweden Carlsson, MattiasMattias Carlsson LW L 29 2007 Nyköping, Sweden
8 Sweden Ekbom, ViktorViktor Ekbom D L 20 2007 Falköping, Sweden
33 Sweden Emvall, FredrikFredrik Emvall W L 33 1999 Växjö, Sweden
31 Sweden Engstrand, ChristianChristian Engstrand G L 21 2008 Linköping, Sweden
13 Sweden Eriksson, JoakimJoakim Eriksson C L 33 2006 Södertälje, Sweden
5 Sweden Fernholm, DanielDaniel Fernholm D L 26 2007 Huddinge, Sweden
51 Sweden Håkanson, MikaelMikael Håkanson (A) LW L 35 2002 Spånga, Sweden
28 Sweden Hävelid, NiclasNiclas Hävelid D L 36 2009 Enköping, Sweden
27 Czech Republic Hlaváč, JanJan Hlaváč RW L 33 2008 Prague, Czechoslovakia
71 Czech Republic Hlinka, JaroslavJaroslav Hlinka C L 33 2008 Prague, Czechoslovakia
91 Sweden Jämtin, AndreasAndreas Jämtin RW L 26 2008 Danderyd, Sweden
7 Sweden Johansson, MagnusMagnus Johansson (C) D R 36 2004 Linköping, Sweden
12 Sweden Karlsson, SebastianSebastian Karlsson C L 23 2009 Göteborg, Sweden
35 Norway Laumann Ylvén, MartinMartin Laumann Ylvén RW L 21 2007 Oslo, Norway
29 Sweden Lindhagen, ErikErik Lindhagen C L 22 2009 Linköping, Sweden
9 Sweden Mårtensson, TonyTony Mårtensson C L 29 2004 Märsta, Sweden
30 Finland Norrena, FredrikFredrik Norrena G L 36 2009 Jakobstad, Finland
11 Sweden Persson, RobinRobin Persson D L 24 2008 Nyköping, Sweden
18 Sweden Petterström, PontusPontus Petterström W L 27 2008 Nybro, Sweden
2 Sweden Pihl, AndreasAndreas Pihl D L 36 2007 Uppsala, Sweden
26 Sweden Tolsa, JariJari Tolsa LW L 28 2009 Göteborg, Sweden
19 Sweden Zackrisson, PatrikPatrik Zackrisson (A) C R 22 2007 Ekerö, Sweden

References

  1. ^ "LHC och Team Valla blir LVC" (in Swedish). Linköpings HC. http://www.linkopinghc.com/index.php?articleid=353. Retrieved 2008-10-06.  
  2. ^ "Linköpings Hockey Club - Truppen" (in Swedish). linkopinghc.com. http://www.linkopinghc.com/index.php?menu=5&submenu=1. Retrieved 2009-11-22.  

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