2007–08 Djurgårdens IF Hockey season

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2007–08 Djurgårdens IF Hockey
League 7th SHL
2007–08 record 21-14-20
Home record 12-6-9
Road record 9-8-11
Goals for 145
Goals against 139
Team information
General Manager Sweden Tommy Engström
Coach Sweden Hans Särkijärvi
Captain Sweden Jimmie Ölvestad
Alternate captains Sweden Thomas Johansson
Arena Hovet & Globen
Average attendance 6623
Team leaders
Goals Sweden Patric Hörnqvist (18)
Assists Sweden Fredrik Bremberg (34)
Points Sweden Fredrik Bremberg (45)
Penalties in minutes Sweden Jimmie Ölvestad (111)
Plus/minus Sweden Timmy Pettersson (+17)
Goals against average Sweden Daniel Larsson (2.29)

The 2007-2008 Djurgårdens IF Hockey season began on September 25, 2007, with a match against defending champions Modo Hockey. After failing to qualify for the playo-offs for two seasons, Djurgårdens finished 7th and played silver medalist Linköpings HC in the quarter-final, but lost 1-4 in matches. Goaltender Daniel Larsson won the Honken Trophy as best goaltender and was named "Rookie of the Year".

Standings[edit]

Elitserien GP W L T OTW OTL GF GA Pts
yHV71 55 31 13 11 3 4 178 132 107
xLinköpings HC 55 21 14 20 9 4 166 153 92
xModo Hockey 55 26 22 7 5 1 153 150 90
xFärjestads BK 55 25 19 11 3 3 169 147 89
xTimrå IK 55 23 23 9 5 2 134 136 83
xFrölunda HC 55 23 22 10 3 4 159 157 82
xDjurgårdens IF Hockey 55 21 20 14 2 2 145 139 79
xSkellefteå AIK 55 19 20 16 2 6 135 141 75
eSödertälje SK 55 18 24 13 2 4 123 129 69
eLuleå HF 55 17 25 13 2 6 139 164 66
rMora IK 55 17 25 13 2 4 133 160 66
rBrynäs IF 55 16 30 9 4 2 152 178 61

x – clinched playoff spot; y – clinched regular season league title; e – eliminated from playoff contention; r – played in regulation series

Game log[edit]

2007–08 Game Log

Roster[edit]

Goaltenders
Number Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
1 Sweden Daniel Larsson L 2006 Boden, Sweden
30 Sweden Mark Owuya L 2007 Stockholm, Sweden
39 Sweden Stefan Ridderwall L 2004 Brännkyrka, Sweden
Defensemen
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
4 Finland Ossi Väänänen L 2007 Helsinki, Finland
6 Sweden Ronnie Pettersson L 1996 Sweden
8 Sweden Dennis Persson L 2006 Nyköping, Sweden
15 Czech Republic Jiří Marusak R 2005 Czech Republic
18 Sweden Thomas Johansson - A L 2006 Stockholm, Sweden
33 Sweden Timmy Pettersson L 2006 Gislaved, Sweden
36 Sweden Edvin Frylén L 2007 Järfälla, Sweden
38 Sweden Fredrik Ericson L 2006 Stockholm, Sweden
Forwards
Number Player Position Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
9 Sweden Kristofer Ottosson C L 1998 Skarpnäck, Sweden
10 Sweden Patric Hörnqvist RW R 2005 Sollentuna, Sweden
14 Sweden Dick Axelsson LW L 2007 Stockholm, Sweden
16 Sweden Nichlas Falk C L 1995 Stockholm, Sweden
17 Sweden Niklas Anger RW L 2006 Täby, Sweden
19 Sweden Jimmie Ölvestad - C LW L 2004 Stockholm, Sweden
20 Sweden Christian Eklund RW L 2006 Haninge, Sweden
21 Sweden Andreas Engqvist C R 2005 Spånga, Sweden
23 Sweden Fredrik Bremberg LW L 2002 Stockholm, Sweden
24 Sweden Pär Bäcker C L 2006 Grums, Sweden
26 Norway Morten Ask C L 2006 Oslo, Norway
44 Sweden Nicklas Danielsson RW R 2006 Uppsala, Sweden

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