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2009–10 HV71
Elitserien Champions
League 1st Elitserien
2009–10 record 23–16–14
Home record 17–5–6
Road record 8–11–8
Goals for 188
Goals against 155
General Manager Fredrik Stillman
Coach Janne Karlsson
Captain Johan Davidsson
Alternate captains Per Gustafsson
David Petrasek
Arena Kinnarps Arena
Average attendance 6,939 (99%)
Team leaders
Goals Martin Thörnberg (20)
Assists Johan Davidsson (46)
Points Johan Davidsson (58)
Penalties in minutes Teemu Laine (122)
Wins Stefan Liv (23)
Goals against average Stefan Liv (2.60)

The 2009–10 HV71 season saw HV71's attempt to win the Swedish Championship title after having lost the previous season's final, which they succeeded to do. It was the 26th season in the Swedish elite league Elitserien for the club.

HV71 won the playoffs, beating Timrå IK 4–1 in the quarter final series, Skellefteå AIK 4–1 in the semi final series, and Djurgårdens IF 4–2 in the final series.

HV71 started the season in the beginning of August playing in the Nordic Trophy, which this year only consisted of Swedish teams.[1] After having won the tournament round-robin stage, HV71 lost against Linköpings HC in the semi-final but clinched the bronzed medal defeating Frölunda HC. HV71 was also rewarded with 30,000 euro; 20,000 for winning the series and 10,000 for the bronze medal.[2] On September 21, HV71 played its first game of the season, defeating Linköpings HC away with the score 6–2.[3]

After 54 games of the regular season, HV71 lead the league table with one point over the second placed team, Linköpings HC. The last game of the regular season, HV71 faced Linköping away and managed to tie the game and win the regular season championship.

OffseasonEdit

January 16: Defenseman Lance Ward signed a two-year deal with HV71.[4]

April 10: Defenseman Per Gustafsson and goaltender Andreas Andersson re-signed with HV71. Both agreed to a one-year extension.[5]

April 14: Janne Karlsson signed for three years as head coach for HV71.[6] HV71's previous head coach, Kent Johansson, signed earlier with the Swiss team HC Lugano.

April 17: Forwards David Ullström and Simon Önerud, and defenseman Nichlas Torp re-signed with HV71 for another two years.[7]

April 20: Defenseman Johan Björk and winger Johan Lindström re-signed with HV71. Both agreed to a two-year extension. Forward and junior player André Petersson signed with HV71 for a one-year deal.[8]

April 23: Finnish power forward Teemu Laine agreed with HV71 for a two-year extension.[9] Goalie Stefan Liv re-signed with HV71 for another year.[10]

April 24: Forward Oscar Sundh signed with HV71 for two years.[11]

April 28: Canadian centre Kris Beech re-signed with HV71 for another two years.[12]

April 29: Forward Per Ledin returned from play in NHL and AHL, and signed a six-year deal with HV71.[13]

May 20: Forward Mattias Tedenby re-signed with HV71 and agreed to a two-year extension.[14]

August 16: Finnish defenseman Janne Niinimaa signed with HV71 for one year.[15]

Pre-seasonEdit

HV71 began the pre-season playing in the Nordic Trophy tournament, a total of five games plus two playoff games, from August 11 to August 30, 2009.

Nordic TrophyEdit

StandingsEdit

Nordic Trophy GP W L T OTW OTL PSW PSL GF GA Pts
y-HV71 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 9 12
y-Frölunda HC 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 17 14 9
y-Djurgårdens IF 5 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 13 11 7
y-Linköpings HC 5 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 12 13 6
x-Färjestads BK 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 9 14 6
x-Malmö Redhawks 5 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 9 19 5
y - clinched semi-final spot for championship, x - clinched semi-final spot for 5th place

Game logEdit

2009 Nordic Trophy game log

Legend:       Win (3 points)       Overtime win (2 point)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime loss (1 point)

PlayoffsEdit

2009 Nordic Trophy Playoffs

Legend:       Win       Overtime win       Loss

Regular seasonEdit

HV71 won the regular season league title after a last game tie with Linköpings HC.

StandingsEdit

GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTW = Overtime Wins, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points

Elitserien GP W L T OTW OTL GF GA Pts
y - HV71 55 25 16 14 6 3 188 155 95
x - Djurgårdens IF 55 26 17 12 2 3 161 130 92
x - Linköpings HC 55 27 20 8 3 2 163 139 92
x - Skellefteå AIK 55 26 20 9 1 4 146 141 88
x - Färjestads BK 55 25 20 10 2 5 132 144 87
x - Brynäs IF 55 20 17 18 6 1 144 124 84
x - Frölunda HC 55 22 22 11 1 1 155 156 78
x - Timrå IK 55 18 19 18 3 7 138 150 75
e - Modo Hockey 55 16 20 19 7 4 161 150 74
e - Luleå HF 55 19 23 13 4 7 139 143 74
r - Södertälje SK 55 14 27 14 7 3 131 176 63
r - Rögle BK 55 13 30 12 4 6 127 173 55

x - clinched playoff spot, y - clinched regular season league title, e - eliminated from playoff contention, r - play in relegation series

Game logEdit

2009–10 Game log

Legend:       Win (3 points)       Overtime win (2 point)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime loss (1 point)       Tie (1 point)

PlayoffsEdit

As winner of the regular series, HV71 received first pick to choose opponent for the quarterfinals. HV71 chose the 8th seed, Timrå IK. HV71 beat Timrå IK in five games, winning the series with 4–1 in games. For the semifinals, HV71 met Skellefteå AIK, the lowest seeded team remaining from the quarterfinals. In five games, HV71 won the semifinals and advanced to the finals were they met Djurgårdens IF, the regular season runner-up. In six games, where all but one game were decided in overtime, HV71 won their fourth Swedish Championship.

2010 Elitserien playoffs

Legend:       Win       Overtime win       Loss       Overtime loss

Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalties in Minutes

Regular season

Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
Johan Davidsson 55 12 46 58 19 18
David Petrasek 52 15 38 53 15 103
Pasi Puistola 54 13 26 39 10 99
Martin Thörnberg 52 20 18 38 17 42
Jukka Voutilainen 37 16 21 37 9 10
Björn Melin 55 14 22 36 0 32
Teemu Laine 45 15 14 29 0 120
Per Ledin 47 9 18 27 3 116
Andreas Falk 55 13 12 25 6 64
Johan Lindström 48 12 12 24 6 12

Updated after the end of the regular season.

Playoffs

Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM

GoaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; T = Ties; OTW = Overtime Wins; OTL = Overtime Losses GA = Goals Against; SO = Shutouts; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average

Regular season

Player GP TOI W L T OTW OTL GA SO Sv% GAA
Stefan Liv 43 2542 23 15 3 3 1 110 4 90.87 2.60
Andreas Andersson 13 785 3 2 1 3 1 41 0 89.07 3.13

Updated after the end of the regular season.

Playoffs

Player GP TOI W L T OTW OTL GA SO Sv% GAA

TransactionsEdit

Acquired by HV71
Player Former team Contract terms
Lance Ward Frankfurt Lions 2 years
André Petersson HV71 youth 1 year
Oscar Sundh Timrå IK 2 years
Per Ledin Colorado Avalanche 6 years
Janne Niinimaa SCL Tigers 1 year
Leaving HV71
Player New team
Kim Staal Malmö Redhawks
Henrik Eriksson VIK Västerås HK
Jonas Johansson VIK Västerås HK
Nicholas Angell Frankfurt Lions
Mikko Luoma Atlant Moscow Oblast
Kamil Piros Ässät

RosterEdit

Goaltenders


Defensemen

Wingers

Centers


Draft picksEdit

HV71 players picked at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

Round # Player Position Nationality NHL team

ReferencesEdit

  1. Nordic Trophy 2009 becomes a Swedish affair. Nordic Trophy. Nordic Trophy AB (2009-06-16). Retrieved on 2009-06-16.
  2. Dammbro, Jerker (2009-08-29). HV71-brons efter klar seger (Swedish). Nordic Trophy. Nordic Trophy AB. Retrieved on 2009-08-30.
  3. LIVE: LHC - HV71. Hockeyligan.se LIVE. Svenska Hockeyligan AB. Retrieved on 2009-09-22.
  4. Lance Ward tillbaka i HV71 (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-01-16). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  5. Pelle och Andreas stannar i ännu ett år (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-10). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  6. Janne Karlsson ny huvudtränare för HV71 (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-14). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  7. HV71 förlänger med egna framtidsspelare (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-17). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  8. Nya kontrakt för HV-trio (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-20). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  9. Två år till för Teemu Laine (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-23). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  10. Stefan Liv stannar i HV71 (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-23). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  11. Oscar Sundh klar för HV71 (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-24). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  12. Kris Beech fortsätter i HV71 (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-28). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  13. Per Ledin väljer HV71 (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-04-29). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  14. Mattias Tedenby förlänger med HV71 (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-05-20). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.
  15. Janne Niinimaa förstärker HV71 (Swedish). HV71.se. HV71 (2009-08-16). Retrieved on 2009-08-17.

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