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Djurgårdens IF is a professional sports club based in Stockholm, Sweden, well-known for its successful football and ice hockey department, the most successful of the country with 16 titles since the establishment of the hockey section in 1922 (won in (1926, 1950, 1954, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1983, 1989, 1990, 1991, 2000 and 2001)). A mainstay in the Elitserien, Djurgårdens plays its home games at the Stockholm Globe Arena.

The team also won twice the European Cup, in 1991 and 1992.

Contents

Current squad

Goaltenders

  • 35. Teemu Lassila


Defensemen

  • 4. Martin Lindman
  • 6. Ronnie Pettersson
  • 7. Alexander Ribbenstrand
  • 15. Jiri Marusak
  • 18. Thomas Johansson
  • 29. Jonas Liwing
  • 33. Timmy Pettersson
  • 38. Fredrik Ericson
  • 55. Daniel Fernholm


Forwards

  • 9. Kristofer Ottosson
  • 16. Nichlas Falk
  • 17. Christofer Löfberg
  • 19. Jimmie Ölvestad
  • 20. Christian Eklund
  • 21. Andreas Engqvist
  • 24. Pär Bäcker
  • 26. Morten Ask
  • 34. Christopher Thörn
  • 44. Nicklas Danielsson
  • 84. Dragan Umicevic

Djurgårdens Greats

Retired numbers

  • 2 Roland Stoltz
  • 5 Sven Tumba
  • 11 Jens Öhling
  • 12 Lasse Björn
  • 22 Håkan Södergren
  • 27 Thomas Eriksson

External Links

  • Djurgårdens IF's official website


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