IF Björklöven

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IF Björklöven
CityUmeå, Sweden
LeagueHockeyallsvenskan
FoundedMay 15, 1970 (1970-05-15)
Home arenaT3 Center
ColoursGreen, yellow
         
General managerSweden Daniel Johansson
Head coachSweden Tommy Jonsson
CaptainSweden Stefan Öhman
Websitewww.bjorkloven.com
Franchise history
1Le Mat Trophies
26Seasons in Sweden's highest division
3Swedish Championship Finals appearances
IF Björklöven players celebrate scoring a goal in an Allsvenskan game against IK Oskarshamn.

IF Björklöven is an ice hockey club in the town of Umeå in Sweden. The club was established on 15 May 1970 as IFK/SSK, Umeå when the clubs of IFK Umeå and Sandåkerns SK merged their ice hockey sections. The name was changed in 1971.

IF Björklöven won the Swedish national championship in 1987. They also lost the finals of 1982 and 1988.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "SM-finaler och mästare genom tiderna" (PDF) (in Swedish). Swedish Ice Hockey Association. 24 April 2015. Retrieved 31 October 2015.

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