Honken Trophy

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Honken Trophy is awarded annually to the Swedish goaltender of the year, playing in Sweden (usually in the SHL), as decided on by EventHouse and Kamratföreningen Hockeyjournalisterna. It was installed in 2002 and resembles the Vezina Trophy of the NHL. The trophy is named in honour of goalie Leif "Honken" Holmqvist.[1]

Winners[edit]

Season Winner Team Win #
2001–02 Sweden Stefan Liv HV71 1
2002–03 Sweden Henrik Lundqvist Västra Frölunda HC 1
2003–04 Sweden Henrik Lundqvist Västra Frölunda HC 2
2004–05 Sweden Henrik Lundqvist Frölunda HC 3
2005–06 Sweden Johan Holmqvist Brynäs IF 1
2006–07 Sweden Erik Ersberg HV71 1
2007–08 Sweden Daniel Larsson Djurgårdens IF 1
2008–09 Sweden Johan Holmqvist Frölunda HC 2
2009–10 Sweden Jacob Markström Brynäs IF 1
2010–11 Sweden Viktor Fasth AIK 1
2011–12 Sweden Viktor Fasth AIK 2
2012–13 Sweden Gustaf Wesslau HV71 1
2013–14 Sweden Linus Ullmark Modo Hockey 1
2014–15 Sweden Joel Lassinantti Luleå HF 1
2015–16 Sweden Lars Johansson Frölunda HC 1
2016–17 Sweden Oscar Alsenfelt Malmö Redhawks 1
2017–18 Sweden Viktor Fasth Växjö Lakers 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Johan Holmqvist får "Honken trophy"" (in Swedish). Sveriges Television. 2009-03-09. Archived from the original on 2011-06-12. Retrieved 2009-03-10. 

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