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Linköpings Hockey Club, often known by its acronym LHC or, colloquially among its fans, Cluben, is an ice hockey team from Linköping, Sweden. It first played in the Elitserien in the 1999-2000 season, and has been in the top division since the 2001-02 season. They have also reached the playoffs four times, most recently in 2006-07 season, when they for the first time reached the final, which they lost to MODO Hockey. The club was founded in 1976.

The current head coach is Jan Karlsson. The assistant coach, Magnus Hävelid, is the older brother to the famous Swedish professional ice hockey player Niclas Hävelid.

Current roster

As of October 15, 2007.[1]

Goaltenders
Number Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
31 Rastislav Staňa L 2007 Košice, Slovakia
32 Jonas Fransson L 2005 Tranås, Sweden
37 Christian Engstrand L 2007 Linköping, Sweden
Defensemen
Number Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
2 Andreas Pihl L 2007 Uppsala, Sweden
5 Daniel Fernholm L 2007 Huddinge, Sweden
6 Carl Gunnarsson L 2005 Örebro, Sweden
8 Johan Fransson L 2007 Kalix, Sweden
11 Josef Melichar L 2007 Budejovice, Czechoslovakia
17 Ivan Majeský R 2006 Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
24 Viktor Ekbom L 2007 Skövde, Sweden
44 Jonas Junland L 2005 Linköping, Sweden
Forwards
Number Player Position Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
9 Tony Mårtensson - A C L 2004 Märsta, Sweden
13 Joakim Eriksson C L 2006 Södertälje, Sweden
19 Patrik Zackrisson C R 2007 Ekerö, Sweden
20 Tim Eriksson RW L 2002 Södertälje, Sweden
22 Mattias Carlsson C L 2007 Nyköping, Sweden
23 Niklas Persson C L 2006 Ösmo, Sweden
26 Niklas Olausson C L 2006 Väckelsång, Sweden
28 Ville Vahalahti LW L 2007 Pargas, Finland
29 Kim Staal C R 2007 Copenhagen, Denmark
33 Fredrik Emvall - C LW L 1999 Växjö, Sweden
35 Martin Laumann-Ylvén RW L 2007 Oslo, Norway
43 Tomáš Surový LW L 2007 Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
51 Mikael Håkanson - A LW L 2002 Spånga, Sweden
80 Mattias Weinhandl RW R 2007 Ljungby, Sweden
83 Sebastian Lauritzen C L 2007 Njurunda, Sweden
84 Patric Blomdahl LW L 2004 Stockholm, Sweden

External links

  • Official site (in Swedish)


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