Copenhagen Hockey

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Copenhagen Hockey
City Hvidovre
League AL-Bank Ligaen
Founded 1966
Home arena Hvidovre Skøjtehal
(Capacity: ?)
Colors White and Black
Franchise history
1966-2007 Hvidovre Ishockey
2007-2009 Totempo HvIK
2009-2011 Hvidovre Ligahockey
2011-present Copenhagen Hockey

Copenhagen Hockey is a professional ice hockey team based in Hvidovre, Denmark. They are members of the AL-Bank Ligaen, the top level of ice hockey in Denmark. Founded in 1966, they took on their present name in 2011. The team currently plays out of the Hvidovre Skøjtehal arena.


The team, formerly known as Hvidovre Wolves, was new in the league from the 2007-08 season. The name TOTEMPO HvIK is the result of a sponsorship deal. On 29 January 2009, the club of G Rob McVicar (Brandon), withdrew from the Danish Elitserien and filed for bankruptcy on Monday after their two main sponsors pulled out on them. One, car service company Totempo, filed for bankruptcy and the second, office machine company NRG Scandinavia, disputed their sponsorship agreement, saying it was entered into by a sales and marketing manager at NRG who didn't have the authority and has since been fired. As a result, the club was short 2 million Danish crowns (about $428,000 Canadian) in revenue.

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