Espoon Oilers

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Espoon Oilers
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Founded 1990
Coach Juha Jäntti (men)
Kari Ritvanen (women)
League Salibandyliiga (floorball)

Espoon Oilers is a floorball team from Espoo, Finland. It was founded in 1990. If measured with number of licenced players it is the third largest floorball team in Finland.[1] Team has both men and women teams playing in the highest national level Salibandyliiga on season 2009–2010. Oilers also have junior teams in boys and girls. Boys have teams in all age groups and girls from B to E. Their home venue is Tapiolan urheiluhalli.

Men[edit]

Oilers has won 4 Salibandyliiga championships, on seasons 1998-99, 2001–02, 2002–03 and 2005–06 and two Finnish Cups.

Lineup for season 2008-2009[edit]

Goalies:

  • 1 Henri Korhola
  • 39 Tuomas Ruippo
  • 71 Olli Saranto
  • 81 Mikko Alanko

Defenders:

  • 3 Henri Uronen
  • 8 Janne Karisto
  • 10 Patrick Wardi (A)
  • 11 Otto Heikurainen
  • 18 Tarmo Kirjonen (A)
  • 20 Sami Huvinen
  • 22 Robin Nyberg
  • 31 Jouni Vehkaoja (C)
  • 33 Mika Kavekari (A)
 

Forwards:

  • 4 Henri Vanonen
  • 16 Jussi Piha
  • 17 Jens Riska
  • 21 Joni Niiranen
  • 23 Oscar Hänninen
  • 26 Markus Holmborg
  • 28 Jussi Järvinen
  • 38 Samu Rännäli
  • 48 Niko Nieminen
  • 50 Casper Pfitzner
  • 77 Petri Jalanko
  • 97 Lasse Riitesuo
  • 98 Oliver Wardi

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Koo-Vee edelleen Suomen suurin salibandyseura"

External links[edit]