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The 2009 Kvalserien was the 35th Kvalserien qualification for Elitserien, played between March 13 and April 9, 2009.

The 2009 Kvalserien included six teams. In this year's Kvalserien, Södertälje and Rögle, who both came from Elitserien, qualified for the 2009–10 Elitserien season. It was the first time since 2003 that both teams from Elitserien managed to stay in Elitserien via Kvalserien. AIK made their first Kvalserien qualification for Elitserien since 2004. Växjö Lakers made their first Kvalserien qualification for Elitserien in the club's history. Södertälje won the 2009 Kvalserien, ending at 22 points, followed by Rögle who got 19 points. AIK finished at third place and thus missed promotion to Elitserien, ending at 16 points, 3 points behind Rögle. Leksand missed Elitserien for the fourth consecutive year, ending at 14 points. Växjö Lakers ended at fifth place with 10 points, and Västerås finished last with 9 points.

Standings Edit

# Teams GP W L T OTW/SOW OTL/SOL GF GA DIF PTS
1 Södertälje SK (Q) 10 6 1 3 1 2 39 26 +13 22
2 Rögle BK (Q) 10 5 3 2 0 2 36 26 +10 19
3 AIK 10 5 4 1 0 1 28 33 –5 16
4 Leksands IF 10 4 5 1 1 0 31 31 0 14
5 Växjö Lakers HC 10 3 6 1 0 1 28 35 –7 10
6 Västerås HK 10 2 6 2 1 1 29 40 –11 9

Q = Qualified for the 2009–10 Elitserien season

Game log Edit

Round Date Home Result Away Venue Attendance
1 March 13 Växjö Lakers HC 3–4 (SO) Rögle BK Växjö Ishall 3,154
AIK IF 3–4 (OT) VIK Västerås HK Hovet 6,104
Leksands IF 2–3 Södertälje SK Ejendals Arena 7,650
2 March 15 VIK Västerås HK 3–1 Växjö Lakers HC ABB Arena 3,006
Södertälje SK 3–1 AIK IF AXA Sports Center 6,120
Rögle BK 4–2 Leksands IF Lindab Arena 5,100
3 March 18 Växjö Lakers HC 3–5 Södertälje SK Växjö Ishall 2,401
AIK IF 5–1 Leksands IF Hovet 7,689
VIK Västerås HK 1–6 Rögle BK ABB Arena 4,919
4 March 22 Leksands IF 2–3 Växjö Lakers HC Ejendals Arena 6,682
Södertälje SK 4–3 (OT) VIK Västerås HK AXA Sports Center 4,281
Rögle BK 5–1 AIK IF Lindab Arena 4,587
5 March 24 Växjö Lakers HC 7–3 AIK IF Växjö Ishall 2,402
Södertälje SK 2–4 Rögle BK AXA Sports Center 3,701
VIK Västerås HK 2–4 Leksands IF ABB Arena 5,148
6 March 27 AIK IF 2–0 Växjö Lakers HC Hovet 2,845
Leksands IF 5–3 VIK Västerås HK Ejendals Arena 7,076
Rögle BK 3–2 (SO) Södertälje SK Lindab Arena 5,043
7 March 30 Växjö Lakers HC 2–4 Leksands IF Växjö Ishall 3,026
AIK IF 3–1 Rögle BK Hovet 4,174
VIK Västerås HK 1–4 Södertälje SK ABB Arena 3,205
Round Date Home Result Away Venue Attendance
8 April 2 Leksands IF 1–2 AIK IF Ejendals Arena 7,430
Södertälje SK 5–1 Växjö Lakers HC AXA Sports Center 3,260
Rögle BK 4–3 VIK Västerås HK Lindab Arena 4,979
9 April 6 Växjö Lakers HC 3–4 VIK Västerås HK Växjö Ishall 2,216
AIK IF 2–6 Södertälje SK Hovet 6,352
Leksands IF 4–2 Rögle BK Ejendals Arena 5,751
10 April 9 Södertälje SK 5–6 (SO) Leksands IF AXA Sports Center 5,124
VIK Västerås HK 5–6 AIK IF ABB Arena 1,750
Rögle BK 3–5 Växjö Lakers HC Lindab Arena 5,100
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