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Almtuna IS
City: Uppsala, Sweden
League: Allsvenskan
Founded: 1947
Home Arena: Gränby Ishall
(2,562 places)
Colors: Red and white
General Manager: Martin Öhrstedt
Head Coach: Jonas Rönnqvist
Franchise history
1932 - 1987: Almtuna IS
1987 - 2000: Uppsala/AIS
2000 - present: Almtuna IS

Almtuna IS is a professional ice hockey team based in Uppsala, Sweden. The team plays in the Allsvenskan since 2003.

Almtuna IS was founded on August 9th 1932; the ice hockey section was created in 1947. In the 1980's, the club closed its other sections to focus solely on ice hockey. The greatest moments of the team occured in 1962 when it promoted to the highest level of hockey in Sweden (today known as the Elitserien). Their stay in the top level of Swedish hockey only lasted a season, as the team was relegated back the next season. The club renamed to Uppsala/AIS in 1987; it was named Almtuna IS again from 2000 on.

All-time standings

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ALL-TIME STANDINGS
Season League Regular season Playoffs Head coach
GP W L T PTS GF GA Standing Result Head coach
2005-06 Allsvenskan 42 14 10 13 61 115 127 3rd overall  
2006-07 Allsvenskan 45 21 21 2 66 126 152 11th overall  
2007-08 Allsvenskan 45 13 18 11 52 100 142 8th overall  
2008-09 Allsvenskan 45 24 14 0 78 124 105 10th overall  

Women's hockey

Almtuna IS also has a women's hockey team since 2006.

This article is part of the Swedish hockey portal.


Ice hockey in Sweden
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Men's Swedish National TeamWomen's Swedish National Team
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