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Brynäs IF is a professional ice hockey club of Sweden, playing in the country's top level, the Elitserien. While Brynäs IF is a multi-sports club, but it is especially known for its hockey club. It was founded in 1912; the hockey branch was created in 1939. Their home games are played at the Läkerol Arena.

The club has 12 Swedish Championships since its birth: 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1993, 1999.

Current squad

Goaltenders
Number Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
1 Robert Kristan L 2006 Jesenice, Slovenia
30 Daniel Sperrle L 2006 Sundbyberg, Sweden
Defensemen
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
2 Niklas Andersson R 2002 Danderyd, Sweden
3 Daniel Johansson R 2000 Glimåkra, Sweden
4 Linus Morin L 2003 Uppsala, Sweden
5 Antti Hulkkonen L 2006 Liperi, Finland
7 Tommy Sjödin R 1999 Timrå, Sweden
8 Nicholas Angell R 2006 Duluth, Minnesota, USA
10 Peter Nolander L 2006 Karlstad, Sweden
22 Jörgen Sundqvist L 2005 Härnösand, Sweden
28 Daniel Casselståhl L 2003 Gävle, Sweden
29 Rodrigo Lavins L 2005 Riga, Latvia
Forwards
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
12 Andreas Dackell R 2004 Gävle, Sweden
14 Mattias Månsson L 2005 Hofors, Sweden
16 Richard Gynge R 2006 Tyresö, Sweden
17 Daniel Hermansson R 2005 Borlänge, Sweden
19 Nicklas Bäckström L 2001 Gävle, Sweden
20 Johannes Salmonsson L 2006 Uppsala, Sweden
21 Ove Molin L 1997 Huddinge, Sweden
23 Björn Danielsson L 2001 Märsta, Sweden
24 Mads Hansen L 2006 Oslo, Norway
27 Lars Erik Spets L 2005 Trondheim, Norway
33 Sebastian Karlsson L 2006 Gothenburg, Sweden
36 Mikael Lind R 2003 Gävle, Sweden
41 Jiri Bicek L 2006 Kosice, Slovakia

Brynäs Greats

Retired numbers

  • 6. Tord Lundström
  • 26. Anders Huss


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