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2012-13 HockeyAllsvenskan season
League HockeyAllsvenskan
Sport Ice hockey
Duration 12 September 2012 – 5 April 2013
TV partner/s Viasat
Season champions Leksands IF
Top scorer Evan McGrath (IKO)

The 2012-13 HockeyAllsvenskan season began in September 2012 and represents the second-highest level of ice hockey in Sweden. Leksands IF, following a season marked by financial instability and scandal, secured first place in the regular season standings, and continued to the qualification round to the 2013–14 Elitserien season, along with second-place Södertälje SK, third place VIK Västerås HK, and playoff winner Örebro HK. Meanwhile, 13th- and 14th-ranked Tingsryds AIF and Karlskrona HK were forced to defend their places in HockeyAllsvenskan for the 2013-14 season.

This HockeyAllsvenskan season is notable for the participation of players from the National Hockey League (NHL) during the 2012–13 NHL lockout.

HockeyAllsvenskan had an average attendance of 3227 spectators in 2012-13, comfortably the highest attendance of any second-tier league in Europe (beating the 2nd Bundesliga with 2267), also making HockeyAllsvenskan the eighth most attended European hockey league. It was a 23.8 percent increase over the 2011-12 season's attendance average.[1]

Participating teamsEdit

Team Location 2011–12
finish
2012–13
finish
Arena Capacity Average Attendance
2012–13
Notes
Almtuna IS Uppsala 11th 12th Gränbyhallen 2562
Asplöven HC Haparanda D1 11th Arena Polarica 1200 Promoted from 2011–12 Division 1
Djurgårdens IF Stockholm SEL 5th Hovet 8094 6184[1] Demoted from 2011–12 Elitserien
BIK Karlskoga Karlskoga 3rd 4th Nobelhallen 6300 Formerly "Bofors IK Karlskoga"
Karlskrona HK Karlskrona D1 14th Telenor Arena 3464 Promoted from 2011–12 Division 1
Leksands IF Leksand 2nd 1st Tegera Arena 7650 5000[1]
Malmö Redhawks Malmö 7th 9th Malmö Arena 12500 5794[1]
Mora IK Mora 8th 8th FM Mattsson Arena 4500
IK Oskarshamn Oskarshamn 6th 7th Arena Oskarshamn 3424
Södertälje SK Södertälje 9th 2nd AXA Sports Center 6130
Tingsryds AIF Tingsryd 12th 13th Nelson Garden Arena 3650
IF Troja/Ljungby Ljungby 10th 10th Sunnerbohov 3700
VIK Västerås HK Västerås 4th 3rd ABB Arena 5800
Örebro HK Örebro 1st 6th Behrn Arena 5150

Participating locked-out NHL playersEdit

Skaters
Name Pos Club NHL-club GP P G A
Mikael Backlund F Västerås Calgary 23 30 12 18
Patrik Berglund F Västerås St. Louis 30 32 20 12
Chris Butler F Karlskrona Calgary 5 0 0 0
Cam Fowler D Södertälje Anaheim 13 7 2 5
Carl Gunnarsson D Örebro Toronto 9 4 0 4
Patric Hörnqvist F Djurgårdens IF Nashville 10 5 2 3
Marcus Johansson F Karlskoga Washington 16 18 8 10
Anze Kopitar F Mora Los Angeles 30 34 10 24
Gabriel Landeskog F Djurgårdens IF Colorado 17 14 6 8
Mark Letestu F Almtuna Columbus 6 4 4 0
Mike Lundin D Almtuna Ottawa 7 4 0 4
Brendan Mikkelson D Västerås Tampa Bay 17 7 3 4
Douglas Murray F Djurgårdens IF San Jose 14 3 1 2
Mason Raymond F Örebro Vancouver 1 1 1 0
Matt Read F Södertälje Philadelphia 20 24 6 18
Bobby Ryan F Mora Anaheim 10 13 10 3
Mike Santorelli F Tingsryd Florida 4 1 0 1
Goalies
Name Pos. Club NHL-club GP SAVE%
Jhonas Enroth G Almtuna Buffalo 15 .917
Viktor Fasth G Tingsryd Anaheim 12 .942

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Final standingsEdit

Teams 1-3 proceed directly to Kvalserien to qualify for the 2013-14 Elitserien
Teams 4-7 play a double round-robin tournament, the winner of which also continues to Kvalserien to Elitserien
*Teams 13-14 play in Kvalserien to HockeyAllsvenskan to defend their places in the league against four teams from Division 1
# Team GP W T L GF GA GD TP OTW OTL GWSW GWSL
1 Leksands IF 52 31 11 10 177 122 +55 109 3 2 2 4
2 Södertälje SK 52 29 9 14 157 114 +43 103 3 0 4 2
3 VIK Västerås HK 52 28 9 15 146 110 +36 98 4 1 1 3
4 BIK Karlskoga 52 30 3 19 161 127 +34 96 2 0 1 0
5 Djurgårdens IF 52 26 11 15 152 124 +28 92 0 3 3 5
6 Örebro HK 52 26 7 19 154 123 +31 89 2 1 2 2
7 IK Oskarshamn 52 22 7 23 157 152 +5 77 1 1 3 2
8 Mora IK 52 20 9 23 139 147 -8 76 2 1 5 1
9 Malmö Redhawks 52 20 8 24 151 150 +1 71 1 3 2 2
10 IF Troja/Ljungby 52 20 6 26 124 162 -38 69 1 0 2 3
11 Asplöven HC 52 17 8 27 138 187 -48 63 0 3 4 1
12 Almtuna IS 52 15 9 28 118 143 -25 56 0 6 2 1
13 Tingsryds AIF 52 14 10 28 108 143 -35 56 3 2 1 4
14 Karlskrona HK 52 11 3 38 107 186 -79 37 1 0 0 2

PlayOff-serienEdit

PlayOff-serien, in previous seasons called Förkvalserien, was played between the teams ranked fourth through seventh in the regular season. They played a double round-robin tournament, the winner of which continued to the 2013 Kvalserien to Elitserien 2013-14.

# Team GP W T L GF GA GD TP OTW OTL GWSW GWSL
1 Örebro HK 6 4 1 1 23 16 +7 15 0 0 0 1
2 BIK Karlskoga 6 3 0 3 19 22 -3 13 0 0 0 0
3 Djurgårdens IF 6 2 1 3 22 20 +2 11 0 0 1 0
4 IK Oskarshamn 6 2 0 4 20 26 -6 7 0 0 0 0

Kval till HockeyAllsvenskanEdit

The two teams ranked 13th and 14th after the regular season, Tingsryds AIF and Karlskrona HK, were forced to play in the Kvalserien qualification series to defend their spots in HockeyAllsvenskan. They played a double round-robin tournament with four teams who won the playoffs from the third-tier league Swedish Division 1. IF Björklöven, HC Vita Hästen, Huddinge IK, and Piteå HC. The series began on 12 March 2013 and ended on 5 April 2013. Karlskrona HK defended their spot in HockeyAllsvenskan, but IF Björklöven promoted to HockeyAllsvenskan at the expense of Tingsryds AIF, who were relegated to Division 1 for the 2013–14 season.

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