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Rögle BK
Rögle BK
League Elitserien
Founded 1932
History
Arena Lindab Arena
City Ängelholm, Sweden
Team Colors White, green, red
General Manager Sweden Roger Hansson
Head Coach Sweden Gunnar Persson
Captain Sweden Daniel Glimmenvall
Swedish Champions

Rögle BK is a Swedish professional ice hockey club. They are currently playing in the highest league in Sweden, Elitserien since 2007–08. The team has previously played four seasons in Elitserien between 1992–93 and 1995–96.

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History

Rögle BK was founded in 1932 as a Swedish bandy team. The ice hockey team played in the highest Swedish league, then called Allsvenskan, between 1966 and 1968/69, and again in Elitserien between 1992/93 and 1995/96. After another twelve years in the second-tier Allsvenskan the team was promoted back to Elitserien after finishing second in Kvalserien in 2008. Rögle BK finished eleventh in Elitserien 2008/09 and they had to play in Kvalserien to secure Elitestatus which they achieved after finishing second in Kvalserien 2008/09 for the second time in a row.

The brothers Jörgen Jönsson and Kenny Jönsson started their careers in Rögle BK. After several seasons in the National Hockey League, Kenny played for the team again between 2004 and 2008/2009.

Current roster

Updated November 22, 2009.[1]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
21 Sweden Alcén, JohanJohan Alcén RW L 21 2009 Sandviken, Sweden
27 France Amar, BabtisteBabtiste Amar D L 30 2009 Gap, France
28 Canada Beaudoin, EricEric Beaudoin (A) C L 29 2009 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
65 Sweden Brendheden, AndréeAndrée Brendheden Injured Reserve RW R 27 2007 Finja, Sweden
7 Denmark Bødker, MadsMads Bødker D L 22 2006 Copenhagen, Denmark
24 Canada Colliton, JeremyJeremy Colliton C R 25 2009 Blackie, Alberta, Canada
5 Sweden Demén-Willaume, RichardRichard Demén-Willaume Injured Reserve RW/D L 23 2007 Åsa, Sweden
22 Sweden Enström, TommyTommy Enström LW L 23 2007 Nordingrå, Sweden
4 Sweden Erkgärds, StefanStefan Erkgärds D L 24 2007 Hagfors, Sweden
14 Sweden Gath, MikaelMikael Gath RW L 33 2004 Landskrona, Sweden
6 Canada Glimmenvall, DanielDaniel Glimmenvall (C) LW R 35 2008 Glimåkra, Sweden
15 Slovakia Granak, DominikDominik Granak D L 26 2009 Havířov, Czechoslovakia
23 Sweden Hjalmarsson, SimonSimon Hjalmarsson RW L 20 2009 Värnamo, Sweden
12 Sweden Högardh, PeterPeter Högardh RW/C L 33 2008 Snöstorp, Sweden
26 Sweden Johansson, JakobJakob Johansson (A) C L 31 2005 Glimåkra, Sweden
10 Sweden Kempe, MarioMario Kempe RW L 21 2008 Kramfors, Sweden
16 Sweden Liljewall, ChristofferChristoffer Liljewall LW/C L 20 2008 Ängelholm, Sweden
20 Sweden Månsson, MatthiasMatthias Månsson RW L 28 2009 Gävle, Sweden
37 Sweden Nihlstorp, CristopherCristopher Nihlstorp G R 25 2006 Burlöv, Sweden
29 Austria Penker, JürgenJürgen Penker G L 27 2009 Bregenz, Austria
8 Sweden Porseland, MathiasMathias Porseland D R 23 2008 Gothenburg, Sweden
34 Sweden Rahimi, DanielDaniel Rahimi D L 22 2009 Umeå, Sweden
17 Italy Scandella, GiulioGiulio Scandella Injured Reserve LW L 26 2009 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
3 Sweden Sjöberg, MathiasMathias Sjöberg D L 21 2003 Finja, Sweden
11 Sweden Sjögren, MattiasMattias Sjögren C L 22 2004 Landskrona, Sweden

Notable players

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Retired numbers

  • 9 Lennart Åkesson, F, 1950-51—1963-64,
  • 1 Kenth "Swiss" Svensson, G, 1970-1987
  • 13 Roger Elvenes, C, 1984-2000
  • 25 Stefan Elvenes, F, 1985-1995, 1997-2000

References

  1. ^ "Rögle BK Spelartruppen" (in Swedish). roglebk.se. http://www.roglebk.se/page/html/truppen.htm. Retrieved 2009-11-22.  

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