Luleå HF

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Luleå HF
Luleå HF Logo.svg
City Luleå, Sweden
League Swedish Hockey League
Founded 2 May 1977
Home arena Coop Norrbotten Arena
Colors Red, black, white, yellow
                   
General manager Sweden Thor Stöckel
Head coach Sweden Stefan "Skuggan" Nilsson
Captain Sweden Niklas Olausson
Franchise history
1977-1979 GroKo Hockey
1979-present Luleå HF
Le Mat Trophy 1996

Luleå Hockeyförening is an ice hockey club from Luleå, Sweden. The club has been playing in the Swedish Hockey League (SHL), the top tier of ice hockey in Sweden, since the 1984–85 season. They are the northernmost team in the league and have won the Swedish championships once, in 1996. Since being promoted to the top flight (then called Elitserien) in 1984, the team has not once had to participate in a promotion/relegation-qualifier to defend their spot in the top league.

History[edit]

This list features the five most recent seasons. For a more complete list, see List of Luleå HF seasons.

Season Level Division Record Avg.
home
atnd.
Notes Ref.
Position W-T-L
W-OT-L
2007–08 Tier 1 Elitserien 10th 17–13–25 4,555 [1]
2008–09 Tier 1 Elitserien 5th 26–9–20 4,943 [2]
Swedish Championship playoffs 1–4 5,351 Lost in quarterfinals, 1–4 vs Frölunda
2009–10 Tier 1 Elitserien 10th 19–13–23 5,332 [3]
2010–11 Tier 1 Elitserien 4th 23–8–3–21 5,226 [4]
Swedish Championship playoffs 6–7 5,939 Won in quarterfinals, 4–3 vs Djurgården
Lost in semifinals, 2–4 vs Skellefteå
[5]
2011–12 Tier 1 Elitserien 1st 25–8–9–13 5,154 [6]
Swedish Championship playoffs 1–4 5,464 Lost in quarterfinals, 1–4 vs AIK [7]
2012–13 Tier 1 Elitserien 3rd 25–9–9–12 5,184 [8]
Swedish Championship playoffs 8–7 5,898 Won in quarterfinals, 4–2 vs Frölunda
Won in semifinals, 4–1 vs Färjestad
2nd, silver medalist(s) Lost in finals, 0–4 vs Skellefteå
[9]
2013–14 Tier 1 SHL 6th 22–6–6–21 5,090 [10]
Swedish Championship playoffs 1–1–0–4 5,619 Lost in Round 1, 2–4 in games vs Växjö Lakers [11]
2014–15 Tier 1 SHL 8th 21–6–4–24 5,021 [12]
"Play In" 2–0–0–0 5,296 Won 2–0 in games vs Djurgårdens IF [13]
Swedish Championship playoffs 3–0–2–2 5,506 Lost in quarterfinals, 3–4 in games vs Frölunda HC [14]
2015–16 Tier 1 SHL 4th 26–5–4–17 5,354 [15]
Swedish Championship playoffs 5–1–1–4 5,811 Won quarterfinals 4–1 in games vs Färjestad BK
Lost semifinals 2–4 in games vs Frölunda HC
[16]
2016–17 Tier 1 SHL 9th 16–7–8–21 4,896 [17]
Swedish Championship playoffs 0–0–0–2 4,459 Lost in eighth finals 0–2 in games vs Malmö Redhawks [18]

Honors[edit]

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Updated September 3, 2018.[1][2]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
2 Sweden Fredrik Styrman D L 27 2016 Kalix, Sweden
11 Sweden Petter Emanuelsson RW R 27 2016 Kiruna, Sweden
52 Sweden Karl Fabricius (A) RW L 36 2012 Boden, Sweden
23 Sweden Jesper Sellgren D L 20 2018 Örnsköldsvik, Sweden
9 Sweden Johan Forsberg RW R 33 2013 Piteå, Sweden
31 Sweden Niklas Rubin G L 22 2018 Sweden
24 Sweden Johan Harju (A) LW/C L 32 2015 Övertorneå, Sweden
27 Sweden Nils Lundkvist D R 18 2018 Piteå, Sweden
29 Sweden Erik Gustafsson (A) D L 29 2018 Sundsvall, Sweden
32 Sweden Oscar Engsund D L 25 2016 Göteborg, Sweden
34 Sweden Joel Lassinantti G L 25 2010 Luleå, Sweden
50 Sweden Daniel Sondell D L 34 2017 Umeå, Sweden
10 Sweden Einar Emanuelsson RW R 21 2016 Kiruna, Sweden
36 Sweden Emil Larsson LW L 25 2017
14 Sweden Jonas Berglund C L 27 2017 Älvsbyn, Sweden
16 Sweden Niklas Olausson (C) C L 32 2017 Väckelsång, Sweden
17 Sweden David Lindquist C L 26 2018 Sweden
20 United States Jack Connolly C L 29 20018 Duluth, MN, United States
37 Sweden Isac Lundeström C/LW L 18 2016 Malmberget, Gällivare, Sweden
39 Sweden Pontus Själin D L 22 2015 Östersund, Sweden
71 Sweden Patrick Cehlin RW R 27 2017 Stockholm, Sweden
91 United States Austin Farley LW L 24 2018 Park Ridge, IL, United States
96 Sweden Robin Kovacs LW L 21 2017 Stockholm, Sweden


Goaltenders:

  1. 34 Joel Lassinantti (1993, 176, 78, L)
  2. 31 Niklas Rubin (1995, 182, 82, L)

Defensemen:

  1. 32 Oscar Engsund (1993, 188, 96, L)
  2. 6 Viktor Grahn (1998, 83, 83, L)
  3. 29 Erik Gustafsson "A" (1988, 178, 82, L)
  4. 19 Joonas Jalvanti (1988, 182, 89, L)
  5. 89 Ryan Johnston (1992, 178, 82, R)
  6. 27 Nils Lundqvist (2000, 180, 79, R)
  7. 23 Jesper Sellgren (1998, 180, 77, L)
  8. 39 Pontus Själin (1996, 184, 77, L)
  9. 50 Daniel Sondell (1984, 184, 83, L)
  10. 2 Fredrik Styrman (1992, 180, 83, L)

Forwards:

  1. 14 Jonas Berglund (1990, 186, 83, L)
  2. 71 Patrik Cehlin (1991, 181, 84, R)
  3. 20 Jack Connolly (1989, 173, 77, L)
  4. 10 Einar Emanuelsson (1997, 177, 83, R)
  5. 11 Petter Emanuelsson (1991, 184, 91, R)
  6. 52 Karl Fabricius "A" (1982, 184, 88, L)
  7. 91 Austin Farley (1993, 173, 77, L)
  8. 9 Johan Forsberg (1985, 186, 91, R)
  9. 24 Johan Harju "A" (1986, 190, 95, L)
  10. 96 Robin Kovacs (1996, 182, 82, L)
  11. 36 Emil Larsson (1993, 189, 86)
  12. 17 David Lindquist (1992, 179, 80, L)
  13. 37 Isac Lundeström (1999, 184, 84, L)
  14. 16 Niklas Olausson "C" (1986, 184, 88, L)
  • (Born, Length, Weight, Shoots)

Honored members[edit]

Captains[edit]

Club records[edit]

Scoring leaders[edit]

As of March 12, 2007.

These are the top-ten point-scorers in club history. Figures are updated after each completed Elitserien regular season.

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games Played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game; * = current Luleå HF player

Player Pos GP G A Pts P/G
Stefan Nilsson C 572 112 377 489 .85
Lars Hurtig W 425 194 162 356 .84
Thomas Berglund C 669 102 251 353 .53
Johan Strömwall C 496 187 157 344 .69
Lars-Gunnar Pettersson W 275 151 105 256 .93
Lars Edström LW 385 102 148 250 .65
Mikael Renberg RW 280 109 125 234 .84
Roger Åkerström D 692 73 144 217 .31
Jens Hellgren W 280 113 98 211 .75
Anders Burström C 473 69 118 187 .40

Individual records[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Luleå A-Lag" (in Swedish). www.luleahockey.se. Retrieved 2016-06-19.
  2. ^ "Luleå - Team Roster". www.eliteprospects.com. Retrieved 2015-01-20.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
HV71
Swedish ice hockey champions
1996
Succeeded by
Färjestad BK