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AIK
City: Stockholm, Sweden
League: Elitserien
Founded: 1921
Home Arena: Hovet
(8,240 places)
Colors: Black and yellow
General Manager: Anders Gozzi
Head Coach: Roger Melin
Captain: Dick Tärnström
Championships
Playoff Championships: 7 (1934, 1935, 1938, 1946, 1947, 1982, 1984)

AIK Hockey (Allmänna Idrottsklubben, "the General Sports Club"; usually referred to as only AIK) is a professional team based in Stockholm , Sweden, and playing in the Elitserien . The team was founded in 1921 and has spent 66 seasons in the Elitserien, winning the title seven times (1934, 1935, 1938, 1946, 1947, 1982, 1984) and being runner-up six other times (1930, 1936, 1940, 1968, 1978, 1981) before being relegated to the Allsvenskan in 2001. However, they are now playing in Elitserien since they managed to advance there after season 09/10.

HistoryEdit

AIK is the biggest club in Sweden. Everyone has an opinion about AIK, either they hate AIK or they love AIK.

All-time standingsEdit

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ALL-TIME STANDINGS
Season League Regular season Playoffs Head coach
GP W L T PTS GF GA Standing Result Head coach
1974-75 Elitserien 30 16 12 2 34 139 118 8th overall  
1975-76 Elitserien 36 14 18 4 32 128 167 6th overall  
1976-77 Elitserien 36 17 15 4 38 147 126 5th overall  
1977-78 Elitserien 36 20 11 5 45 160 116 4th overall  
1981-82 Elitserien 36 15 12 9 39 136 123 3rd overall   Dan Hober
1985-86 Elitserien 36 8 23 5 21 100 158 10th overall  
1988-89 Elitserien 40 19 19 2 40 161 142 7th overall  
1989-90 Elitserien 40 17 22 1 35 186 179 9th overall  
1990-91 Elitserien 40 13 19 8 34 121 144 9th overall  
1991-92 Elitserien 40 19 17 4 42 134 141 7th overall  
1992-93 Elitserien 22 5 13 4 14 46 99 12th overall   L. Holmgren, C. Westerlund
1994-95 Elitserien 40 11 21 8 30 111 146 9th overall  
1995-96 Elitserien 40 11 18 11 33 96 126 9th overall  
1996-97 Elitserien 50 23 17 10 56 149 131 5th overall  
1997-98 Elitserien 46 13 26 7 33 93 134 11th overall  
1998-99 Elitserien 50 19 21 6 66 150 159 10th overall  
1999-00 Elitserien 50 19 19 12 74 151 155 9th overall  
2000-01 Elitserien 50 18 21 11 73 142 142 7th overall  
2001-02 Elitserien 50 15 28 7 54 115 164 11th overall; Relegation  
2002-03 Allsvenskan Norra 42 20 13 9 72 129 103 4th in Norra  
2005-06 Allsvenskan 42 16 9 12 61 116 123 6th overall  
2006-07 Allsvenskan 45 18 12 10 64 119 121 9th overall  
2007-08 Allsvenskan 45 17 21 6 60 129 142 10th overall  
2008-09 Allsvenskan 45 32 12 0 94 152 88 2nd overall  

Retired numbersEdit

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