FPS (ice hockey)
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|Home arena||Forssan jäähalli (capacity 3000)|
|General manager||Kimmo Hintsanen|
|Head coach||Kalle Honkonen|
FPS (full name: Forssan Palloseura) is a Finnish ice hockey team based in Forssan jäähalli (capacity 3000), Forssa, established in 1931. Forssan Palloseura has two lower level teams: FoPS which plays in lower divisions and FoPS Flames which plays in the 2. Divisioona league.
Most famous FPS figures are former NHL-coach Alpo Suhonen and player Mika Helkearo who are nicknamed the "Divarin Gretzky" (Gretzky of the 1st Division) from his virtually unbreakable Mestis records in games, assists and points.
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