Borlänge HF

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Borlänge HF
Borlänge Hockeyförening
Borlange HF.gif
City Sweden Borlänge, Dalarna, Sweden
League Hockeyettan
Division West
Founded 1961 (1961) as IF Tunabro
1993 (1993) under its current name
Home arena Borlänge Ishall
Colors Navy, white, yellow, red
General manager Sweden Mats Johansson
Head coach Sweden Christer Sjöberg
Captain Sweden Daniel Eklund

Borlänge Hockeyförening (literally Borlänge Hockey Association) or Borlänge HF is a Swedish ice hockey club located in Borlänge. The club has origins in IF Tunabro, founded in 1961, which played three seasons in Sweden's top hockey league (then called Division I) from 1971 but in 1974 was demoted to the second tier (then called Division 1) and in 1977 was further demoted to the third tier (then Division 2). This created a situation where three Borlänge teams played in the same league, resulting in a series of mergers ending in 1981. The unified club was given its current name in 1993.[1][citation needed]

Borlänge HF currently plays in the West group of Hockeyettan, the third tier of Swedish ice hockey.[2]


  1. ^ Borlänge HF. Historia. 2010-09-12. Retrieved 2013-06-30.
  2. ^ Borlänge HF. Resultat och tabeller. Retrieved 2013-06-30.

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