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Leksands Idrotts Förening is a sports club of Sweden, based in the small town of Leksand in the region of Dalarna. Its hockey club is has a very successful background, despite the fact that Leksand only has 6000 inhabitants. The hockey team was established in 1938.

The club has won the Swedish Championship in 1969, 1973, 1974 and 1975; they were runner-ups in 1959, 1964, 1971, 1972 and 1989. Today, they play in the Allsvenskan, having been relegated from the Elitserien following the 2005-06 season.

Current squad

Number Nationality Name Catches Acquired Birth place
30 Peter Hirsch R Copenhagen, Denmark
' Eddie Läck L Sweden
' Joni Puurula L Finland
Number Nationality Name Shoots Acquired Birth place
' Niclas Andersén L Sweden
' Jonas Elofsson L Sweden
' Elias Granat L Sweden
' Herman Hultgren L
' Jan Huokko R Sweden
' Tomi Pettinen L Finland
' Michael Siklenka L Canada
' Petter Ullman R Sweden
' Ilkka Vaarasuo L Finland
' Magnus Österby L Sweden
Number Nationality Name Shoots Position Acquired Birth place
' Pierre-Edouard Bellemare L F France
' Jens Bergenström L F Sweden
' Niklas Bröms L F Sweden
' Johan Eneqvist L F Sweden
' Morten Green L F Denmark
' Magnus Hedlund L A Sweden
' Johan Hägglund L F Sweden
' Mikael Karlberg L F Sweden
' Gabriel Karlsson L F Sweden
' Niko Mikkola L F Sweden
' Jesper Ollas R F Sweden
' Linus Persson R F Sweden
' Mattias Ritola L F Sweden
' Pasi Saarela R F Finland
' Roman Vopat L F Czech Republic
' Patrik Wallenberg L F Sweden

Retired numbers

Ice hockey in Sweden
Elitserien         Brynäs IFDjurgårdens IFFrölunda HCFärjestads BKHV 71Linköpings HCLuleå HFMODO HockeyRögle BKSkellefteå AIKSödertälje SKTimrå IK
Allsvenskan         AIKAlmtuna ISIF BjörklövenBofors IKBorås HCLeksands IFIF Malmö RedhawksMora IKIK OskarshamnIF Sundsvall HockeyIF Troja-LjungbyVIK Västerås HKVäxjö Lakers HCÖrebro HK
Swedish Division 1
Swedish Division 2
Men's Swedish National TeamWomen's Swedish National Team
This article is part of the Swedish hockey portal.

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