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The 2011 Kvalserien was the 37th Kvalserien, played between 14 March and 8 April 2011. Växjö Lakers Hockey and Modo Hockey, who finished 1st and 2nd respectively, qualified for the 2011–12 Elitserien season. Södertälje SK were relegated to HockeyAllsvenskan.

Växjö were the best team in this year's Kvalserien, winning nine games and going undefeated in regulation time. Växjö had already secured their Elitserien spot after the 8th round (Kvalserien has 10 rounds), and thus the team's two following games were unimportant for them, but the team still won 4–2 at home against Rögle and 5–3 away against Mora. Växjö's 4–2 win against Rögle in the ninth round extinguished Rögle's chances of qualifying for the 2011–12 Elitserien season.

After the 9th round, Modo and Södertälje both had 17 points. The teams met each other in Fjällräven Center in the final round, for a game that directly decided which team would be relegated to HockeyAllsvenskan. Modo won the game 2–0 and thus stayed in Elitserien for the 2011–12 season. This meant that Södertälje were relegated to HockeyAllsvenskan prior to the 2011–12 season.

Örebro made their first Kvalserien since re-qualifying for HockeyAllsvenskan in 2009. Mora made their first Kvalserien since 2008.

Standings Edit

2011 Kvalserien GP W T L OTW/SOW OTL/SOL GF GA DIF PTS
1 Växjö Lakers HC 10 7 3 0 2 1 36 17 +19 26
2 Modo Hockey 10 5 4 1 1 3 30 15 +15 20
3 Södertälje SK 10 4 3 3 2 1 27 24 +3 17
4 Rögle BK 10 3 2 5 1 1 29 31 −2 13
5 Örebro HK 10 2 2 6 0 2 29 43 −14 8
6 Mora IK 10 2 0 8 0 0 22 43 −21 6

Game log Edit

Round Date Home Result Away Venue Attendance
1 March 14 Södertälje SK 3–2 (SO) Modo Hockey AXA Sports Center 3,211
Växjö Lakers HC 5–1 Mora IK Växjö Ishall 2,852
Örebro HK 6–7 (OT) Rögle BK Behrn Arena 3,015
2 March 17 Rögle BK 1–2 Växjö Lakers HC Lindab Arena 3,877
Mora IK 1–6 Södertälje SK FM Mattsson Arena 2,713
Modo Hockey 6–3 Örebro HK Fjällräven Center 5,852
3 March 19 Södertälje SK 6–2 Rögle BK AXA Sports Center 3,722
Växjö Lakers HC 4–2 Örebro HK Växjö Ishall 3,183
Mora IK 0–3 Modo Hockey FM Mattsson Arena 3,514
4 March 23 Örebro HK 2–3 (OT) Södertälje SK Behrn Arena 3,339
Rögle BK 5–2 Mora IK Lindab Arena 3,495
Modo Hockey 1–0 (OT) Växjö Lakers HC Fjällräven Center 5,508
5 March 25 Södertälje SK 2–3 (SO) Växjö Lakers HC AXA Sports Center 4,053
Rögle BK 2–1 (SO) Modo Hockey Lindab Arena 4,509
Mora IK 6–3 Örebro HK FM Mattsson Arena 2,092
6 March 28 Växjö Lakers HC 5–1 Södertälje SK Växjö Ishall 3,859
Örebro HK 1–4 Mora IK Behrn Arena 2,126
Modo Hockey 1–2 Rögle BK Fjällräven Center 4,731
7 March 30 Södertälje SK 1–4 Örebro HK AXA Sports Center 3,147
Växjö Lakers HC 3–2 (SO) Modo Hockey Växjö Ishall 3,869
Mora IK 2–4 Rögle BK FM Mattsson Arena 2,112
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Round Date Home Result Away Venue Attendance
8 April 3 Örebro HK 2–5 Växjö Lakers HC Behrn Arena 2,643
Rögle BK 1–2 Södertälje SK Lindab Arena 4,971
Modo Hockey 8–1 Mora IK Fjällräven Center 6,141
9 April 6 Södertälje SK 3–2 Mora IK AXA Sports Center 4,846
Växjö Lakers HC 4–2 Rögle BK Växjö Ishall 3,845
Örebro HK 1–4 Modo Hockey Behrn Arena 3,126
10 April 8 Rögle BK 3–5 Örebro HK Lindab Arena 2,766
Mora IK 3–5 Växjö Lakers HC FM Mattsson Arena 1,630
Modo Hockey 2–0 Södertälje SK Fjällräven Center 7,600
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