Piteå HC

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Piteå HC
Piteå Hockey Club
Pitea HC logo.png
City Piteå, Sweden
League Sweden Division 1
Division Norra
Founded 1986
Home arena LF Arena
Colors Red, black, white
Website www.piteahockey.se
Franchise history
–1986 Piteå IF
Munksund/Skuthamns SK
Öjebyns IF
1986–present Piteå HC

Piteå Hockey Club, usually abbreviated Piteå HC, is a Swedish ice hockey club based in Piteå in Norrbotten, Sweden's northernmost county. The club played six seasons, from 1999 to 2005, in Sweden's second-tier league, Allsvenskan. As of the 2013–14 season, the team competes in the "Norra" (north) group of Division 1, the third tier of ice hockey in Sweden.

Piteå HC was founded in 1986 as a merger of the hockey sections of Piteå IF, Munksund/Skuthamns SK, and Öjebyns IF.[1]


This list includes only recent Piteå HC seasons.

Year Level Division Record Notes
Position W-T-L
2008–09 Tier 3 Division 1A 3rd 16–1–4–3
Allettan Norra 2nd 7–0–1–2 Bye to 2nd round
Division 1 playoffs 3–2 Eliminated in 3rd round
2009–10 Tier 3 Division 1A 2nd 15–1–2–3
Allettan Norra 4th 7–1–2–4
Division 1 playoffs 3–2 Eliminated in 2nd round
2010–11 Tier 3 Division 1A 4th 15–1–0–8
Allettan Norra 5th 4–1–1–8
2011–12 Tier 3 Division 1A 4th 6–3–4–8
Allettan Norra 5th 5–2–2–5
2012–13 Tier 3 Division 1A 3rd 15–1–0–8
Allettan Norra 3rd 8–1–2–3
Division 1 playoffs 6–1
2013 HockeyAllsvenskan qualifier 6th 2–1–1–6
2013–14 Tier 3 Division 1 Norra TBD TBD

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Piteå HC. Verksamhetsplan.