2009–10 Djurgårdens IF Hockey season

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2009–10 Djurgårdens IF Hockey
League Regular: 2nd
Playoffs: Lost finals SHL
2009–10 record 26–17–12
Home record 14–5–8
Road record 12–12–4
Goals for 161
Goals against 130
Team information
General Manager Janne Järlefelt
Coach Hardy Nilsson
Assistant Coach Mikael Johansson
Tomas Montén
Captain Marcus Ragnarsson
Alternate captains Marcus Nilson
Andreas Engqvist
Arena Hovet, Ericsson Globe
Average attendance Regular: 7,034 (2nd)
Playoffs: 10,519 (1st)
Team leaders
Goals Marcus Nilson (24)
Assists Marcus Nilson (27)
Points Marcus Nilson (51)
Penalties in minutes Andreas Holmqvist (84)

The 2009–10 Djurgårdens IF Hockey season was the club's 34th season in the Swedish elite league Elitserien. Hardy Nilsson returned to Djurgården as head coach on March 2, 2009.[1] Nilsson previously coached Djurgården during the 1999–2000 and the 2000–01 seasons. The club became Swedish champions during both of these seasons.[1] Djurgården lost last season's scoring leader when Fredrik Bremberg moved to Atlant Moscow Oblast.[2] The team was later reinforced by former NHL and Djurgården player Marcus Nilson. Marcus Ragnarsson replaced Jimmie Ölvestad as team captain on August 7, 2009.[3] The regular season started on away ice on September 24, 2009 against HV71 and was concluded on March 13, 2010 away against Frölunda HC.[4] Djurgården reached the final in the playoff rounds, where the team lost 4–2 in games against HV71.

Pre-season[edit]

Djurgården began the pre-season playing in the 2009 Nordic Trophy tournament, a total of five games plus two playoff games, from August 7 to August 29, 2009. Djurgården became champions defeating Linköpings HC in the final.

Nordic Trophy[edit]

Standings[edit]

Nordic Trophy GP W L T OTW OTL PSW PSL GF GA Pts
y-HV71 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 9 12
y-Frölunda HC 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 17 14 9
y-Djurgårdens IF 5 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 13 11 7
y-Linköpings HC 5 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 12 13 6
x-Färjestads BK 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 9 14 6
x-Malmö Redhawks 5 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 9 19 5

y - clinched semi-final spot for championship, x - play for 5th place

Game log[edit]

2009 Nordic trophy game log

Legend:   Win (3 points)   Overtime win (2 point)   Loss (0 points)   Overtime loss (1 point)

Final standings[edit]

Gold medal icon.svg Djurgårdens IF
Silver medal icon.svg Linköpings HC
Bronze medal icon.svg HV71
4 Frölunda HC
5 Malmö Redhawks
6 Färjestads BK

Stats[edit]

Players

No Pos Player GP G A Pts PIM
#1
F
Sweden Jacob Josefson
7
5
4
9
2
#2
F
Sweden Nicklas Danielsson
7
2
4
6
14
#3
C
Sweden Andreas Engqvist
7
1
5
6
6
#4
C
Sweden Kristofer Ottosson
4
1
3
4
4
#5
D
United States Kyle Klubertanz
7
2
1
3
8

Goalkeepers

No Player GPI MIP SOG GA GAA SVS%
#1
Sweden Gustaf Wesslau
5
302:22
132
5
0.99
96.21%
#2
Sweden Stefan Ridderwall
1
59:30
22
3
3.03
86.36%
#3
Sweden Mark Owuya
1
60:00
26
4
4.00
84.62%

Honours[edit]

Honour Player
Player of tournament Sweden Andreas Engqvist
Most points Sweden Jacob Josefson

Exhibition games[edit]

Game log[edit]

Exhibition games game log

Legend:   Win   Loss   Tie

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Elitserien GP W L T OTW OTL GF GA Pts
yHV71 55 25 16 14 6 3 188 155 95
xDjurgårdens IF 55 26 17 12 2 3 161 130 92
xLinköpings HC 55 27 20 8 3 2 163 139 92
xSkellefteå AIK 55 26 20 9 1 4 146 141 88
xFärjestads BK 55 25 20 10 2 5 132 144 87
xBrynäs IF 55 20 17 18 6 1 144 124 84
xFrölunda HC 55 22 22 11 1 1 155 156 78
xTimrå IK 55 18 19 18 3 7 138 150 75
eModo Hockey 55 16 20 19 7 4 161 150 74
eLuleå HF 55 19 23 13 4 7 139 143 74
rSödertälje SK 55 14 27 14 7 3 131 176 63
rRögle BK 55 13 30 12 4 6 127 173 55

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

Game log[edit]

2009-10 Elitserien Game log (26–17–12)

Legend:   Win (3 points)   Overtime win (2 point)   Loss (0 points)   Overtime loss (1 point)   Tie (1 point)

Playoffs[edit]

Game log[edit]

2010 Playoffs game log
Quartersfinals vs. Brynäs: 4–1 Win (Home: 2–1 ; Road: 2–0)
Date Opponent Score Goaltender Venue Attendance Series Recap
March 18 Brynäs 4 – 3 Wesslau Läkerol Arena 7,251 1–0 [63]
March 20 Brynäs 1 – 2 OT Wesslau Hovet 8,094 (100%) 1–1 [64]
March 22 Brynäs 4 – 0 Wesslau Läkerol Arena 8,138 2–1 [65]
March 24 Brynäs 2 – 1 Wesslau Hovet 8,094 (100%) 3–1 [66]
March 26 Brynäs 3 – 2 Wesslau Ericsson Globe 13,850 (100%) 4–1 [67]
Semifinals vs. Linköping: 4–1 Win (Home: 3–0 ; Road: 1–1)
Date Opponent Score Goaltender Venue Attendance Series Recap
April 1 Linköping 3 – 1 Wesslau Cloetta Center 6,522 1–0 [68]
April 3 Linköping 3 – 2 OT Wesslau Hovet 7,696 (95%) 2–0 [69]
April 5 Linköping 0 – 2 Wesslau Cloetta Center 7,696 2–1 [70]
April 7 Linköping 2 – 1 OT Wesslau Ericsson Globe 13,850 (100%) 3–1 [71]
April 8 Linköping 5 – 1 Wesslau Ericsson Globe 13,050 4–1 [72]
Finals vs. HV71: 2–4 Lost (Home: 1–2 ; Road: 1–2)
Date Opponent Score Goaltender Venue Attendance Series Recap
15 April HV71 4 – 3 Wesslau Hovet 8,094 (100%) 1–0 [73]
17 April HV71 3 – 4 OT Ridderwall Kinnarps Arena 7,000 1–1 [74]
19 April HV71 1 – 2 OT Wesslau Ericsson Globe 13,850 (100%) 1–2 [75]
21 April HV71 3 – 2 OT Wesslau Kinnarps Arena 7,000 2–2 [76]
22 April HV71 4 – 5 OT Wesslau Kinnarps Arena 7,000 2–3 [77]
24 April HV71 2 – 3 OT Wesslau Hovet 8,094 (100%) 2–4 [78]

Legend:   Win   Loss

Statistics[edit]

from stats.swehockey

Skaters[edit]

Name Pos Nationality GP G A P PIM GP G A P PIM
Regular season Playoffs
Nilson, MarcusMarcus Nilson LW  SWE 53 24 27 51 32 16 4 9 13 6
Ölvestad, JimmieJimmie Ölvestad RW  SWE 48 17 14 31 54 16 6 5 11 10
Klubertanz, KyleKyle Klubertanz D  USA 55 12 19 31 32 16 3 2 5 18
Krüger, MarcusMarcus Krüger C  SWE 38 11 20 31 14 16 3 7 10 6
Engqvist, AndreasAndreas Engqvist C  SWE 55 14 12 26 30 16 5 8 13 10
Ottosson, KristoferKristofer Ottosson C  SWE 55 12 14 26 16 16 3 1 4 0
Pettersson, TimmyTimmy Pettersson D  SWE 55 4 20 24 46 16 2 7 9 4
Holmqvist, AndreasAndreas Holmqvist D  SWE 51 3 21 24 84 15 3 3 6 12
Falk, NichlasNichlas Falk D/C  SWE 53 2 20 22 38 16 3 2 5 4
Danielsson, NicklasNicklas Danielsson LW  SWE 55 10 10 20 42 16 4 4 8 8
Josefson, JacobJacob Josefson C  SWE 43 8 12 20 20 14 3 2 5 4
Ragnarsson, MarcusMarcus Ragnarsson D  SWE 37 5 15 20 44 16 1 4 5 18
Holmqvist, MichaelMichael Holmqvist C  SWE 52 9 9 18 20 9 0 2 2 2
Eriksson, TimTim Eriksson LW  SWE 55 7 10 17 22 16 0 5 5 10
Cehlin, PatrickPatrick Cehlin RW  SWE 54 5 6 11 10 16 0 2 2 2
Zigomanis, MikeMike Zigomanis C  CAN 27 4 7 11 12 5 0 0 0 8
Eklund, ChristianChristian Eklund RW  SWE 52 4 7 11 32 16 2 1 3 14
Printz, DavidDavid Printz D  SWE 55 2 5 7 71 16 0 1 1 10
Brodin, DanielDaniel Brodin LW  SWE 30 2 3 5 26 16 0 0 0 2
Hannula, MikaMika Hannula RW  SWE 7 3 1 4 0
Tjärnqvist, MathiasMathias Tjärnqvist RW  SWE 18 2 2 4 8 16 1 2 3 8
Eklund, OscarOscar Eklund D  SWE 53 1 3 4 32 16 1 3 4 0
Eriksson, HenrikHenrik Eriksson LW  SWE 34 0 4 4 6
Deilert, AlexanderAlexander Deilert D  SWE 26 0 1 1 0 5 0 0 0 0
Wesslau, GustafGustaf Wesslau G  SWE 55 0 1 1 0 15 0 0 0 0
Strömberg, ArvidArvid Strömberg RW  SWE 1 0 0 0 0
Mitman, SimonSimon Mitman LW  SWE 1 0 0 0 0
Lennhammer, KimKim Lennhammer D  SWE 2 0 0 0 0
Ackered, CarlCarl Ackered D  SWE 2 0 0 0 0
Söder, StefanStefan Söder C  SWE 6 0 0 0 0
Owuya, MarkMark Owuya G  SWE 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Norman, JohnJohn Norman C  SWE 7 0 0 0 0
Andersson, NiklasNiklas Andersson D  SWE 7 0 0 0 0
Gustafsson, CarlCarl Gustafsson RW  SWE 12 0 0 0 0
Ridderwall, StefanStefan Ridderwall G  SWE 52 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0

Goaltenders[edit]

Name Pos Nationality GP SVS% GAA SO GP SVS% GAA SO
Regular season Playoffs
Wesslau, GustafGustaf Wesslau G  Sweden 32 91,7 2,29 2 15 93,97 1,80 1
Ridderwall, StefanStefan Ridderwall G  Sweden 26 91,69 2,30 0 2 87,80 3,97 0

Transfers[edit]

Acquired by Djurgårdens IF
Player Former team Notes
F Sweden Marcus Nilson Russia Lokomotiv Yaroslavl [5]
F Sweden Marcus Krüger Sweden Djurgården J-20 [6]
D United States Kyle Klubertanz Finland TPS [7]
F Sweden Mathias Tjärnqvist Sweden Rögle BK [8]
F Canada Mike Zigomanis Canada Toronto Marlies [9]
F Sweden Mika Hannula Free Agent [10]
F Sweden Patrick Cehlin Sweden Djurgården J-20 [11]
F Sweden Daniel Brodin Sweden Djurgården J-20 [12]
G Sweden Mark Owuya Sweden Djurgården J-20 [13]
Leaving Djurgårdens IF
Player New team Notes
F Sweden Robin Figren United States New York Islanders [14]
F Sweden Fredrik Bremberg Russia Atlant [2]
F Sweden Niklas Anger Sweden Timrå IK [15]
D United States David Schneider Switzerland HC Ambri-Piotta [16]
D Sweden Ronnie Pettersson Retired [17]
D Sweden Alexander Deilert Sweden Mora IK (loan) [18]
F Sweden Mika Hannula Russia Salavat Yulaev Ufa [19]

Drafted players[edit]

Djurgården players picked at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

Round Pick Player Nationality NHL Team
5th 126th Patrick Cehlin  Sweden Nashville Predators
5th 146th Daniel Brodin  Sweden Toronto Maple Leafs

References[edit]

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