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The 2013 Kvalserien was the 39th Kvalserien, consisting of two Elitserien (SHL) teams and four HockeyAllsvenskan teams. It began on 14 March 2013 and ended on 5 April 2013. The 2013 Kvalserien determined which two teams of the participating ones would play in the 2013–14 SHL season and which four teams would play in the 2013–14 HockeyAllsvenskan season.
For the first time since 2006, neither of the two Elitserien teams – Timrå IK and Rögle BK – managed to defend their spot in the top-tier league. Instead, HockeyAllsvenskan teams Örebro HK and Leksands IF took the two available spots for the 2013–14 SHL season. Örebro went undefeated in regulation time throughout the ten games and secured promotion in the seventh round (of ten), while Leksand secured their Elitserien spot in the following round. Örebro promoted to the SHL for the first time in club history (another Örebro team, Örebro IK, last played in Elitserien in 1978–79), while Leksand returned to the SHL for the first time since the 2005–06 season. Timrå were relegated to HockeyAllsvenskan for the first time since 2000, while Rögle's return to Elitserien lasted for only one season.
|Leksands IF||Leksand||Tegera Arena||7,650|
|Rögle BK||Ängelholm||Lindab Arena||5,150|
|Södertälje SK||Södertälje||AXA Sports Center||6,130|
|Timrå IK||Timrå||E.ON Arena||6,000|
|Västerås HK||Västerås||ABB Arena Nord||5,800|
|Örebro HK||Örebro||Behrn Arena||5,150|
- From Elitserien (ranked 11–12)
- From HockeyAllsvenskan (ranked 1–3)
|4||VIK Västerås HK||10||3||2||5||1||1||19||23||–4||12|
Legend: 2013–14 SHL season; Qualified for the Play in the 2013–14 HockeyAllsvenskan season
Game log Edit
|2013 Kvalserien game log|
Scoring leaders Edit
Updated as of the end of the season.
GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/– = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes
|Marcus Weinstock||Örebro HK||10||4||9||13||+6||8|
|Jacob Blomqvist||Leksands IF||10||6||5||11||+6||4|
|Jens Bergenström||Leksands IF||10||6||5||11||+2||4|
|Conny Strömberg||Örebro HK||10||1||10||11||+4||2|
|Matt Murley||Timrå IK||10||4||6||10||+5||2|
|Johan Ryno||Leksands IF||10||1||9||10||+1||6|
|Pär Edblom||Leksands IF||10||1||9||10||+7||8|
|Filip Forsberg||Leksands IF||9||5||4||9||+7||6|
|Damien Fleury||Södertälje SK||10||4||5||9||–3||10|
|Gabriel Karlsson||Leksands IF||9||3||4||7||+3||2|
Leading goaltenders Edit
GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); GA = Goals Against; SO = Shutouts; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average
|Tim Sandberg||Örebro HK||6||360:00||6||3||.957||1.00|
|Oscar Alsenfelt||Leksands IF||6||360:00||8||1||.951||1.33|
|Lars Johansson||VIK Västerås HK||10||602:19||21||1||.926||2.09|
|Erik Hanses||Leksands IF||4||242:55||11||0||.899||2.72|
|Martin Gerber||Rögle BK||8||454:00||21||0||.908||2.78|