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Bofors IK
Bofors IK
City: Karlskoga, Sweden
League: Allsvenskan
Founded: 1943
Home Arena: Nobelhallen
(6,460 places)
Colors: Blue, white and red
General Manager: Stefan Bengtzén
Head Coach: Sam Hallam
Franchise history
1943 - 1953: IFK Bofors
1954 - 1963: Karlskoga IF Ishockey
1963 - 1978: KB 63
1978 - present: Bofors IK

Bofors IK is a professional ice hockey team based in Karlskoga, Sweden. The team plays in the Allsvenskan and is nicknamed The Bobcats.

The was founded in 1943 as IFK Bofors. In 1954, it was renamed to Karlskoga IF Ishockey until 1963, where it took the name KB 63. It was renamed to Bofors IK in 1978.

The team is now known as BIK Karlskoga.

All-time standingsEdit

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Bofors IK
ALL-TIME STANDINGS
Season League Regular season Playoffs Head coach
GP W L T PTS GF GA Standing Result Head coach
2002-03 Allsvenskan Södra 42 21 10 11 80 147 111 2nd in Södra  
2004-05 Allsvenskan Norra 14 4 7 3 15 38 52 3rd in Norra  
2005-06 Allsvenskan 42 24 14 4 79 153 119 3rd overall  
2006-07 Allsvenskan 45 15 17 10 57 135 144 11th overall  
2007-08 Allsvenskan 45 17 17 9 63 135 128 8th overall  
2008-09 Allsvenskan 45 21 20 0 62 125 145 10th overall  

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