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Hans Särkijärvi
Position Forward
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
179 lb (81 kg)
Teams Djurgårdens IF
Södertälje SK
Nationality Sweden
Born March 3 1957 (1957-03-03) (age 59),
Kiruna, Sweden
Pro Career 1973 – 1991

Hans Särkijärvi (born March 3 1957) is a retired Swedish ice hockey player, currently head coach of Linköpings HC in the Swedish Elitserien.[1] Särkijärvi started his playing career in his hometown team Kiruna AIF in 1973. He only played a few games in the senior team before moving to Stockholm based Djurgårdens IF. The eight seasons he spent in Djurgården included a Swedish championship in 1983. Särkijärvi joined Södertälje SK for the 1983–84 season, where he also won a Swedish championship in 1985. After six seasons in Södertälje Särkijärvi ended his elite playing career and started to play in Sollefteå HK where he only stayed for one season. The last club he played for was IFK Lidingö during the 1990–91 season.

Särkijärvi coached Södertälje along with Johan Hemlin during two seasons. However, the poor results in the beginning of the 2002–03 season, which was their third season, made the two coaches leave the club.[2] Särkijärvi took the job as coach for Djurgården's under-18 team for the 2004–05 season.[3] He then replaced Niklas Wikegård in the senior team for the following season.[4] He left his position as coach of Djurgården after the 2007–08 season.[5] On 19 March 2008 he became head coach of Skellefteå AIK.[6]

Career statistics Edit

    Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1973–74 Kiruna AIF Allsvenskan 6 2 3 5 2
1975–76 Djurgårdens IF Elitserien 29 11 6 17 16
1976–77 Djurgårdens IF Division 1 32 21 21 42 25 10 5 3 8 14
1976–77 Djurgårdens IF Kvalserien 10 5 3 8 14
1977–78 Djurgårdens IF Elitserien 32 8 5 13 42
1978–79 Djurgårdens IF Elitserien 32 22 4 26 36 6 1 1 2 2
1979–80 Djurgårdens IF Elitserien 36 15 4 19 50
1980–81 Djurgårdens IF Elitserien 35 10 6 16 43
1981–82 Djurgårdens IF Elitserien 30 3 4 7 51
1981–82 Djurgårdens IF Kvalserien 6 1 1 2 8
1982–83 Djurgårdens IF Elitserien 34 12 10 22 28 8 1 4 5 2
1983–84 Södertälje SK Elitserien 35 10 8 18 30 3 1 1 2 0
1984–85 Södertälje SK Elitserien 36 8 9 17 38 8 5 5 10 8
1985–86 Södertälje SK Elitserien 25 10 13 23 16 7 0 2 2 10
1986–87 Södertälje SK Elitserien 31 8 6 14 48
1987–88 Södertälje SK Elitserien 36 8 6 14 24 2 0 1 1 2
1988–89 Södertälje SK Elitserien 30 3 8 11 22 2 1 0 1 0
1989–90 Sollefteå HK Division 1 32 20 13 33 53
1990–91 IFK Lidingö Division 1 22 8 7 15 22

ReferencesEdit

  1. Hans Särkijärvi (Swedish). Hockeyligan.se. Svenska Hockeyligan. Retrieved on 24 August 2009.
  2. Gidén, Calle; Tommy Nordin. Sagan om Södertälje Sportklubb...från dåtid till nutid (Swedish). sodertaljesk.se. Södertälje SK. Retrieved on 24 August 2009.
  3. Antonsson, Anders (2004-03-19). Hans Särkijärvi tillbaka i DIF (Swedish). difhockey.se. Djurgårdens IF Hockey. Retrieved on 24 August 2009.
  4. Antonsson, Anders (2005-01-17). Hans Särkijärvi tar över 05/06 (Swedish). difhockey.se. Djurgårdens IF Hockey. Retrieved on 24 August 2009.
  5. Särkijärvi och DIF går skilda vägar (Swedish). difhockey.se. Djurgårdens IF Hockey (2008-02-05). Retrieved on 24 August 2009.
  6. Isberg, Erik. "Särkijärvi ny AIK-tränare", folkbladet.nu, Västerbottens Folkblad, 19 March 2008. Retrieved on 24 August 2009. (Swedish) 

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