2010–11 AIK IF season

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2010–11 AIK
2010–11 record 20–23–12
Home record 13–10–4
Road record 7–13–8
Goals for 131
Goals against 151
Team information
General Manager Anders Gozzi
Coach Roger Melin
Assistant Coach Gunnar Persson
Captain Dick Tärnström
Alternate captains David Engblom
Mattias Beck
Arena Hovet
Average attendance 5,614
Team leaders
Goals Richard Gynge (12)
Assists Oscar Steen (18)
Points Oscar Steen (28)
Penalties in minutes Patric Blomdahl (92)
Goals against average Viktor Fasth (2.26)

The 2010–11 Elitserien season was AIK's 26th season in the Elitserien ice hockey league. It was AIK's first season in Elitserien since the 2001–02 Elitserien season. The regular season started on 15 September 2010 at home against Linköpings HC and ended on 5 March 2010 at home against Modo Hockey. The following playoffs ended on 27 March for AIK.[1] The season followed AIK's re-establishment in Elitserien, Sweden's top ice hockey league.

AIK's first season in Elitserien in nine years was a major success. Despite expected by many hockey experts to be forced to play in the Kvalserien qualification for Elitserien, AIK managed to capture the 8th and last playoff spot. This meant that the team's first playoffs in ten years (the team qualified for the playoffs in the 2000–01 season) was true. The team finished the regular season with 76 points, which statistically was an Elitserien record for a newcomer. The team further surprised many in the playoffs when they beat regular season champions HV71 4–0 in the quarterfinals and thus advanced to the semifinals, where AIK met Färjestads BK, who ended up second in the regular season. However, Färjestad knocked out AIK in the semifinals, beating AIK 4–0.

Pre-season[edit]

Game log[edit]

All times are local (CEST).

2010 AIK exhibition games log; 4–6–1 (Home: 1–3–0 ; Away: 3–3–1)

Legend:   Win   Overtime win   Loss   Overtime loss

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

2010–11 Elitserien season GP W L OTW/SOW OTL/SOL GF GA Pts
HV71y 55 24 16 9 6 173 143 96
Färjestads BKx 55 27 19 6 3 154 124 96
Skellefteå AIKx 55 25 18 9 3 173 145 96
Luleå HFx 55 23 21 8 3 129 115 88
Linköpings HCx 55 22 19 5 9 138 118 85
Djurgårdens IFx 55 22 19 4 10 140 139 84
Brynäs IFx 55 19 20 8 8 147 157 81
AIKx 55 20 23 4 8 131 151 76
Frölunda HCe 55 19 24 5 7 128 158 74
Timrå IKe 55 17 25 9 4 140 165 73
Södertälje SKr 55 20 26 2 7 132 164 71
Modo Hockeyr 55 17 25 6 7 147 153 70

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

Game log[edit]

All times are local (CEST and CET).

2010–11 AIK IF regulation games log; 20–23–12 (Home: 13–10–4 ; Away: 7–13–8)

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

Statistics[edit]

Players[edit]

Player Team GP G A +/– PIM Pts

Goaltenders[edit]

Player Team GP TOI SOG GA SO GAA SV%

Playoffs[edit]

Game log[edit]

2011 playoffs; 4–4 (Home: 2–2 ; Away: 2–2)

Statistics[edit]

Players[edit]

Player Team GP G A +/– PIM Pts

Goaltenders[edit]

Player Team GP TOI SOG GA SO GAA SV%

Transactions[edit]

Acquired
Player Former team Contract length Ref
Josh MacNevin Växjö Lakers HC 1 year [2]
Patric Blomdahl Frölunda HC 2 years [2]
Johan Andersson Almtuna IS 1 year [3]
Daniel Rudslätt Kölner Haie 2 years [4]
Oscar Steen Modo Hockey 1 year [5]
Viktor Fasth Växjö Lakers HC 1 year [6]
Peter Nolander Brynäs IF 1 year [7]
Johannes Salmonsson Rögle BK 1 year [8]
Kent McDonell Färjestads BK 1 year [9]
Rastislav Pavlikovský Örebro HK Until end of season [9]
Vesa Toskala Calgary Flames 1 month [10]
Björn Bjurling (loan) Brynäs IF 1 month [11]
Fredrik Svensson Ilves Until end of season [12]
Contract extensions
Player Contract length Ref
Daniel Bång 1 year [13]
Christian Sandberg 1 year [13]
Victor Ahlström 1 year [14]
Oscar Ahlström 1 year [14]
Stefan Johansson 1 year [14]
Mikael Österberg 1 year [15]
Fredrik Carlsson 1 year [15]
Jonas Liwing 1 year [4]
Christopher Heino-Lindberg 1 year [16]
Tobias Ericsson 1 year [16]
Mattias Beck 1 year [16]
Richard Gynge 1 year [17]
David Engblom 1 year [18]
Dick Tärnström 2 years [19]
Leaving AIK
Player New team Refs
Fredrik Holmgren  ? [20]
Jonatan Bjurö Malmö Redhawks [21]
Jonas Westerling Almtuna IS [22]
Per Savilahti-Nagander SaiPa [23]
Johan Ryno IK Oskarshamn [24][25]
Henrik Eriksson  ?
Andreas Jungbeck Almtuna IS
Lucas Lawson  ?
Patrik Bergström Rögle BK
Fredric Korduner  ?

Final roster[edit]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
86 Sweden Ahlström, OscarOscar Ahlström RW L 30 2009 Farsta, Sweden
68 Sweden Ahlström, VictorVictor Ahlström LW L 30 2009 Farsta, Sweden
24 Sweden Andersson, JohanJohan Andersson C L 30 2010 Nynäshamn, Sweden
22 Sweden Beck, MattiasMattias Beck (A) LW L 34 2006 Täby, Sweden
31 Sweden Bjurling, BjörnBjörn Bjurling G L 37 2010 Stockholm, Sweden
84 Sweden Blomdahl, PatricPatric Blomdahl W L 33 2010 Stockholm, Sweden
20 Sweden Bång, DanielDaniel Bång W L 30 2006 Kista, Sweden
17 Sweden Carlsson, FredrikFredrik Carlsson D L 28 2006 Täby, Sweden
33 Sweden Engblom, DavidDavid Engblom (A) LW L 39 1995 Solna, Sweden
19 Sweden Ericsson, TobiasTobias Ericsson W L 29 2006 Stockholm, Sweden
30 Sweden Fasth, ViktorViktor Fasth G L 34 2010 Kalix, Sweden
10 Sweden Gynge, RichardRichard Gynge RW R 30 2009 Tyresö, Sweden
40 Sweden Heino-Lindberg, ChristopherChristopher Heino-Lindberg Injured Reserve G R 32 2008 Helsingborg, Sweden
37 Sweden Johansson, StefanStefan Johansson D L 29 2008 Piteå, Sweden
23 Sweden Liwing, JonasJonas Liwing D R 34 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
35 Sweden Lundström, NiklasNiklas Lundström G L 24 2009 Värmdö, Sweden
44 Canada MacNevin, JoshJosh MacNevin D R 39 2010 Calgary, Alberta
18 Canada McDonell, KentKent McDonell RW R 38 2010 Williamstown, Ontario
12 Sweden Nemeth, PatrikPatrik Nemeth D L 25 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
27 Sweden Nilsson, HenrikHenrik Nilsson D R 26 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
70 Sweden Nolander, PeterPeter Nolander D L 36 2010 Karlstad, Sweden
13 Sweden Nordström, JoakimJoakim Nordström C L 25 2009 Tyresö, Sweden
7 Sweden Olsson, FilipFilip Olsson D L 26 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
15 Slovakia Pavlikovský, RastislavRastislav Pavlikovský C L 40 2010 Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia
14 Sweden Rudslätt, DanielDaniel Rudslätt LW L 42 2010 Huddinge, Sweden
25 Sweden Salmonsson, JohannesJohannes Salmonsson W L 31 2010 Uppsala, Sweden
21 Sweden Sandberg, ChristianChristian Sandberg C R 29 2005 Järfälla, Sweden
45 Sweden Steen, OscarOscar Steen C L 34 2010 Stockholm, Sweden
4 Sweden Svensson, FredrikFredrik Svensson D L 42 2010 Stockholm, Sweden
6 Sweden Tärnström, DickDick Tärnström (C) D L 42 2008 Stockholm, Sweden
22 Slovakia Zedník, RichardRichard Zedník W L 41 2011 Banská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia
4 Sweden Österberg, MikaelMikael Österberg D L 31 2005 Tyresö, Sweden

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

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