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Luleå HF
Luleå HF
League Elitserien
Founded 1977
History GroKo Hockey
1977-1979
Luleå HF
1979-present
Arena Coop Arena
City Luleå, Sweden
Team Colors Red, black, white, yellow
General Manager Sweden Peter Jidström
Head Coach Sweden Roger Kyrö

Sweden Roger Rönnberg

Captain Sweden Anders Burström
Swedish Champions 1996

Luleå Hockeyförening is an ice hockey club from Luleå, Sweden. Luleå has played in Elitserien constantly since the 1984-85 season. They have won the Swedish championships once, in 1996. Due to consistently stable regular seasons, the team has not yet needed to play Kvalserien to defend its Elitserien status.

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Players

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Current roster

Updated November 22, 2009.[1]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
24 Canada Abbott, CamCam Abbott LW L 26 2009 Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
29 Canada Abbott, ChrisChris Abbott C R 26 2009 Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
32 Sweden Andersson, RobinRobin Andersson RW R 22 2009 Södertälje, Sweden
40 Sweden Arlbrandt, PärPär Arlbrandt RW R 27 2009 Jönköping, Sweden
6 Sweden Berglund, KristofferKristoffer Berglund D L 21 2008 Umeå, Sweden
21 Sweden Burström, AndersAnders Burström (C) C/LW L 33 2006 Luleå, Sweden
14 Czech Republic Chabada, MartinMartin Chabada (A) C/RW R 32 2006 Prague, Czechoslovakia
8 Sweden Ejdepalm, JohanJohan Ejdepalm D L 28 2007 Uppsala, Sweden
23 Sweden Fabricius, KarlKarl Fabricius RW L 27 2009 Kalix, Sweden
10 Sweden Fransson, JohanJohan Fransson D L 24 2009 Kalix, Sweden
17 Sweden Hedström, JonathanJonathan Hedström LW L 32 2009 Skellefteå, Sweden
3 Sweden Hellström, AlexanderAlexander Hellström D L 22 2009 Falun, Sweden
2 Sweden Johnsson, PierrePierre Johnsson D L 25 2008 Karlstad, Sweden
39 Sweden Jonsson, RobinRobin Jonsson Injured Reserve D R 26 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
26 Sweden Lavander, MatsMats Lavander C L 29 2007 Piteå, Sweden
20 Sweden Lidhammar, MikaelMikael Lidhammar LW L 22 2006 Luleå, Sweden
27 Sweden Lindqvist, RobinRobin Lindqvist C L 22 2005 Boden, Sweden
51 Sweden Lundberg, EmilEmil Lundberg C L 28 2008 Luleå, Sweden
33 Sweden Modig, MattiasMattias Modig G L 22 2005 Luleå, Sweden
31 Sweden Nilsson, AndersAnders Nilsson G L 19 2009 Luleå, Sweden
16 Sweden Olausson, NiklasNiklas Olausson C L 23 2009 Väckelsång, Sweden
5 Sweden Olsson, RobinRobin Olsson D L 20 2006 Luleå, Sweden
41 Austria Raffl, ThomasThomas Raffl LW L 23 2009 Villach, Austria
7 Sweden Sandström, JanJan Sandström (A) D L 31 2001 Piteå, Sweden

Retired numbers

  • 12 Johan Strömwall, C, 1984-1998
  • 22 Hans Norberg, W, 1979-1983, 1985-1989 (paralysed during game)

Leaders

Team captains

Club records

Scoring leaders

As of March 12, 2007.

These are the top-ten point-scorers in club history. Figures are updated after each completed Elitserien regular season.

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games Played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game; * = current Luleå HF player

Player Pos GP G A Pts P/G
Stefan Nilsson C 572 112 377 489 .85
Lars Hurtig W 425 194 162 356 .84
Thomas Berglund C 669 102 251 353 .53
Johan Strömwall C 496 187 157 344 .69
Lars-Gunnar Pettersson W 275 151 105 256 .93
Lars Edström LW 385 102 148 250 .65
Mikael Renberg RW 280 109 125 234 .84
Roger Åkerström D 692 73 144 217 .31
Jens Hellgren W 280 113 98 211 .75
Anders Burström* C 473 69 118 187 .40

Individual records

  • Most goals in a season: Sweden Lars-Gunnar Pettersson, 30 (1990-91)
  • Most assists in a season: Sweden Stefan Nilsson, 40 (1991-92)
  • Most points in a season: Slovakia Tomáš Surový, 55 (2006-07)Sweden Linus Omark, 55 (2008-09)
  • Most points in a season, defenseman: Finland Timo Jutila, 37 (1991-92)
  • Most shutouts in a season: Finland Jarmo Myllys, 6 (1995-96)
  • Most penalty minutes in a career: Sweden Thomas Berglund, 1083

References

  1. ^ "Luleå Hockey Spelare" (in Swedish). luleahockey.se. http://www.luleahockey.se/A-lag/Spelare/. Retrieved 2009-11-22.  

External links

Preceded by
HV71
Swedish ice hockey champions
1996
Succeeded by
Färjestads BK

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