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Ice Hockey in Sweden

Ice Hockey in Sweden is Governed by Swedish ice Hockey Federation. Sweden has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1912. Sweden Men’s national team made their International debut in 1921. while the Women and Junior teams made their debuts in 1987 & 1973. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member March 23rd, 1912
Homepage Svenska Ishockeyforbundet
Facebook Tre Kronor
Nickname Tre Kronor (Three Crowns)
Games Played 1944
Wins 1055 Losses 725 Ties 164
Home Games 567 Away Games 1377
Longest Winning Streak (11) May 4th -Nov 8th, 2018

Longest Unbeaten Streak (21) Apr 5th, 1998-Nov 5th, 1998
Longest Losing Streak (7) Apr 18th, 2012-May 4th, 2012
Goals For 7127 Goals Against 5377
Most Games Jorgen Jonsson (285) Most Points Sven Tumba Johansson (186)
First Game Played April 23rd, 1923 – 8-0 win over Belgium
Biggest Win 24-1 over Belgium February 16th, 1947
Biggest Loss 22-0 to Canada January 29th, 1924
World Championships:
Gold:
 1953, 1957, 1962, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1998, 2006, 2013, 2017, 2018

Silver: 1928, 1947, 1951, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1977, 1981, 1986, 1990,
1993, 1995, 1997, 2003, 2004, 2011

Bronze: 1952, 1954, 1958, 1965, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1994, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2009,
2010, 2014

Olympic Games:
Gold:
 1994, 2006

Silver: 1928, 1964, 2014
Bronze: 1952, 1980, 1984, 1988
Euro Hockey Tour: 1998-99, 2006-07, 2014-15, 2015-16
European Championships:
Gold:
 1921, 1923, 1932

Silver: 1922, 1924
Sweden vs Others
Games Played 87

Wins 37 Losses 41 Ties 9
Home Games 49 Away Games 38
Goals For 177 Goals Against 196
Click here for Sweden Men All Time Results

ROSTER
GK #1 Jhonas Enroth – Örebro HK (CAN)
GK #30 Henrik Lundqvist – New York Rangers (USA)
GK #25 Jacob Markström – Vancouver Canucks (CAN)
DEF #22 Lukas Bengtsson – Linköping HC (SWE)
DEF #14 Mattis Ekholm – Nashville Predators (USA)
DEF #56 Erik Gustafsson – Chicago Blackhawks (USA)
DEF #8 Robert Hagg – Philadelphia Flyers (USA)
DEF #52 Philip Holm – Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod (RUS)
DEF #3 John Klingberg – Dallas Stars (USA)
DEF #23 Oliver Larsson Ekman – Arizona Coyotes (USA)
DEF #6 Adam Larssson – Edmonton Oilers (CAN)
DEF #18 Marcus Pettersson – Pittsburgh Penguins (USA)
FW #63 Jasper Bratt – New Jersey Devils (USA)
FW #21 Loui Eriksson – Vancouver Canucks (CAN)
FW #72 Patric Hörnqvist – Pittsburgh Penguins (USA)
FW #9 Adam Kempe – Los Angeles Kings (USA)
FW #29 Mario Kempe – Arizona Coyotes (USA)
FW #16 Marcus Krüger – Chicago Blackhawks (USA)
FW #11 Joakim Nygård – Färjestads BK (SWE)
FW #16 Marcus Krüger – Chicago Blackhawks (USA)
FW #58 Anton Lander – AK Bars Kazan (RUS)
FW #92 Gabriel Landeskog – Colorado Avalanche (USA)
FW #28 Elias Lindholm – Calgary Flames (CAN)
FW #32 Oskar Lindblom – Philadelphia Flyers (USA)
FW #88 Wiliam Nylander – Toronto Maple Leafs (CAN)
FW #40 Elias Pettersson – Vancouver Canucks (CAN)
FW #70 Dennis Rasmussen – Metallurg Magnitogorsk (RUS)
FW #57 Anton Wedin – Timrå IK (SWE)

FW #10 Alexander Wennberg – Columbus Blue Jackets (USA)
HC Rikard Grönborg
Updated (05/16/19)

Women’s National Team

IIHF member March 23rd, 1912
Homepage Svenska Ishockeyforbundet
Facebook Tre Kronor
Nickname Tre Kronor (Three Crowns)
Games Played 539
Wins 260 Losses 234 Ties 15
Longest Winning Streak (11) Nov 13th, 2011-Feb 12th, 2012
Longest Unbeaten Streak (11) Nov 13th, 2011-Feb 12th, 2012
Longest Losing Streak (14) Sept 7th – Dec 16th, 2001
Home Games 110 Away Games 429
Goals For 1446 Goals Against 1704
Most Games Erika Holst (327) Most Points Erika Holst (233)
First Game Played April 22nd, 1987 -10-0 loss to United States
Biggest Win 17-0 over Norway March 18th, 2000
Biggest Loss 15-0 to Canada March 19th, 1990
World Championships:
Bronze: 2005, 2007
Olympic Games:
Silver: 2006
Bronze: 2002
4 Nations Cup:
Bronze:
2001, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014

Euro Hockey Tour: 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13
European Champions:
Gold:
 1996

Silver: 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995
Sweden vs Others
Games Played 45
Wins 10 Losses 31 Ties 4
Home Games 12 Away Games 33
Goals For 88 Goals Against 174
Click here for Sweden Women All Time Results

ROSTER
GK #30 Julia Åberg – Leksands IF (SWE)
GK #1 Sara Grahn – Luleå HF (SWE)
GK #35 Lovisa Selander – RPI (USA)
DEF #9 Jessica Adolfsson – Penn State University (USA)
DEF #4 Sofia Engström – Leksands IF (SWE)
DEF #5 Johanna Fällman – Luleå HF (SWE)
DEF #6 Josefine Holmgren – Djurgårdens IF (SWE)
DEF#12 Maja Nylen-Persson – Leksands IF (SWE)
DEF #7 Johanna Olofsson – MODO Hockey (SWE)

DEF #3 Mina Waxin – MODO Hockey (SWE)
FW #29 Olivia Carlsson – MODO Hockey (SWE)
FW #24 Erika Grahm – Brynäs IF (SWE)
FW #19 Sara Hjalmarsson – Providence College (USA)
FW #15 Lisa Johansson – AIK Stockholm (SWE)
FW #14 Sabina Kuller – AIK Stockholm (SWE)
FW #22 Lina Ljungblom  – HV71 (SWE)
FW #28 Sofie Lundin – Djurgårdens IF (SWE)
FW #27 Emma Nordin – Luleå HF (SWE)
FW #26 Hanna Olsson – Skärgårdens SK (SWE)
FW #25 Melinda Olsson – Luleå HF (SWE)
FW #21 Isabell Palm – HV 71 (SWE)
FW #20 Fanny Rask – HV 71 (SWE)
FW #16 Pernilla Winberg – Linkoping HC (SWE)
HC Ylva Martinsen

Updated (03/19/19)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member March 23rd, 1912
Homepage Svenska Ishockeyforbundet
Facebook Tre Kronor
Nickname Tre Kronor (Three Crowns)
Games Played 646
Wins 353 Losses 250 Ties 43
Longest Winning Streak (14) 2011-2012
Longest Unbeaten Streak (14) 2011-2012
Longest Losing Streak (6) 2003
Home Games 140 Away Games 506
Goals for 2549 Goals Against 1944
Most Games Anton Karlsson (106) Most Points Peter Forsberg (42)
First Game Played December 14th, 1973 – 6-5 win over Soviet Union
Biggest Win 20-1 over Japan December 26th, 1992
Biggest Loss 10-2 to Canada December 30th, 1974
World Junior Championships:
Gold: 
1981, 2012

Silver: 1978, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2018
Bronze: 1975, 1979, 1980, 1987, 1995, 2010
Sweden vs Others
Games Played 48
Wins 26 Losses 21 Ties 1
Home Games 9 Away 39
Goals For 169 Goals Against 154
Click here for Sweden U20 All Time Results

ROSTER
GK #1 Jesper Myrenberg – Västerås IK (SWE)

GK #35 Erik Portillo – Frölunda HC (SWE)
DEF #2 Axel Andersson – Djurgarden IF (SWE)
DEF #4 Axel Bergkvist – Leksands IF (SWE)
DEF #6 Jakob Bondesson – Rogle BK (SWE)
DEF #5 Albert Johansson – Färjestads BK (SWE)
DEF #7 Simon Kjellberg  – Dubuque Fighting Saints (USA)
DEF#3 Simon Lundmark – Linköping HC (SWE)
DEF #8 Adam Wilsby – Skellefteå AIK (SWE)
FW #17 Nils Åman – Leksands IF (SWE)
FW #28 Arvid Caderoth – Frölunda HC (SWE)
FW #22 Felix Carenfelt – Djurgarden IF (SWE)
FW #27 Arvid Costmar – Linköping HC (SWE)
FW #15 Adam Edström  – Rögle BK (SWE)
FW #19 Hugo Gustafsson – Södertälje SK (SWE)
FW #21 Nils Höglander – Rögle BK (SWE)
FW #10 Carl Jakobsson – Färjestads BK (SWE)
FW #12 Rasmus Kahilainen – Djurgårdens IF (SWE)
FW #26 Jonatan Lundin Andersson – Frölunda HC (SWE)
FW #25 Nikola Pasic – Linköping HC (SWE)
FW #23 Lucas Söderlund – Växjö Lakers HC (SWE)
FW #11 Kevin Wennström – Rögle BK (SWE)

HC Tomas Monten
Updated (08/20/19)