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The Frisk Tigers are a Norwegian ice hockey club based in Asker. They are members of the highest Norwegian ice hockey league, Eliteserien (known as GET-ligaen for sponsorship reasons). The Tigers are the ice hockey department of IF Frisk Asker, a sports club founded in 1922. In 1935, the club began playing ice hockey, joining the newly established Norwegian Ice Hockey Association as its twelfth member.[1][2] The "Tigers" nickname is a recent addition, used in recognition of IK Tigrene with whom Frisk had merged in 1969. As of 2010, they have completed forty-three seasons in the Eliteserien and have won 684 regular season games and five league titles.

Having spent their early years in the second level B-serien, Frisk briefly played in the top flight, then known as 1. divisjon, for a few seasons following World War II. For the most part, however, their achievements remained modest until the construction of the indoor ice rink Askerhallen in 1969. This attracted the attention of Tigrene, an Oslo-based club who had a strong team but nowhere to play, and the two clubs agreed to a merger.[2] Frisk thus gained entry into the highest division for the first time in twenty years and were one of the leading teams in Norway during the 1970s, winning the Norwegian Championship twice. The club's fortunes then began to fade until reaching a low point in 1994, when they spent one season playing in the second tier. The Tigers have since enjoyed another period of success, making three appearances in the Finals during the 2000s and adding a third Norwegian Championship title in 2002.

SeasonsEdit

Norwegian Champions Regular Season Champions Promoted Relegated
Season League Division Regular season[a] Post season[a]
GP W L T OTW OTL GF GA Pts Finish GP W L T GF GA Pts Result
1935–36 B-serien West 1 0 1 1 3 Lost in Qualifying for Hovedserien, 1–3 (Furuset)
1936–37 B-serien 5 4 4th Did not qualify
1937–38 B-serien Akershus 1st 1 0 1 ? ? Lost in B-serien Final (B.14)
1938–39 B-serien Akershus
1939–40 B-serien Akershus 2 1 1 5 5 Won in First Round, 2–1 (B.14)
Lost in Second Round, 3–4 (Ready)
1940–45 No games played due to World War II
1945–46 1. divisjon ?
1946–47 1. divisjon 8 1 7 0 16 50 2 8th Did not qualify
1947–48 2. divisjon
1948–49 1. divisjon 7 0 7 0 2 19 0 7th Did not qualify
1949–50
1950–51
1951–52
1952–53
1953–54
1954–55
1955–56[b]
1956–57
1957–58
1958–59
1959–60 1. divisjon 14 7 6 1 45 46 15 4th
1960–61 1. divisjon 15 8 6 1 65 47 17 7th
1961–62 1. divisjon 14 1 12 1 19 69 3 8th
1962–63 2. divisjon
1963–64[c]
1964–65
1965–66
1966–67
1967–68
1968–69
Frisk merged with Tigrene[2]
1969–70 1. divisjon 21 15 3 3 92 40 33 2nd ?
1970–71 1. divisjon 21 15 5 1 126 67 31 2nd ?
1971–72 1. divisjon 14 7 6 1 52 52 15 4th 6 1 4 1 26 26 3 4th in Norwegian Championship
1972–73 1. divisjon 14 8 5 1 68 43 17 3rd 6 2 4 0 20 34 4 4th in Norwegian Championship
1973–74 1. divisjon 18 18 0 0 128 40 36 1st 10 7 2 1 66 29 15 Tied 1st in Norwegian Championship
2 0 1 1 4 7 Tied in Final, 4–4 (Hasle/Løren)
Lost in Replay, 0–3 (Hasle/Løren)
1974–75 1. divisjon 18 14 4 0 103 58 28 3rd 10 7 3 0 51 32 14 Won Norwegian Championship
1975–76 1. divisjon 18 14 3 1 114 54 29 1st 10 4 4 2 47 38 10 4th in Norwegian Championship
1976–77 1. divisjon 18 15 2 1 127 39 32 1st 10 6 4 0 60 32 12 3rd in Norwegian Championship
1977–78 1. divisjon 18 16 2 0 141 65 32 1st 10 5 5 0 40 31 10 3rd in Norwegian Championship
1978–79 1. divisjon 18 11 6 1 114 63 23 4th 10 9 0 1 67 27 19 Won Norwegian Championship
1979–80 1. divisjon 27 17 9 1 138 83 35 3rd 4 2 2 16 15 Lost in Semi-finals, 0–2 (Furuset)</br>Won bronze medal series, 2–0 (Manglerud Star)
1980–81 1. divisjon 36 23 7 6 182 121 51 2nd 4 2 2 17 21 Lost in Semi-finals, 1–2 (Stjernen)</br>Won bronze medal game, 8–7 (Furuset)
1981–82 1. divisjon 36 15 15 6 178 163 36 6th Did not qualify
1982–83 1. divisjon 36 20 13 3 175 130 43 5th Did not qualify
1983–84 1. divisjon 28 12 12 4 127 137 28 6th Did not qualify
1984–85 1. divisjon 18 9 8 1 97 68 19 7th 10 10 0 0 77 22 20 1st in Qualifying for 1. divisjon
1985–86 1. divisjon 36 21 12 3 229 141 45 3rd 6 2 4 22 21 Won in Semi-finals, 2–1 (Sparta Warriors)</br>Lost in Finals, 0–3 (Stjernen)
1986–87 1. divisjon 36 20 15 1 181 57 36 4th 2 0 2 6 8 Lost in Semi-finals, 0–2 (Vålerenga)
1987–88 1. divisjon 36 20 14 2 174 134 42 4th 2 0 2 5 13 Lost in Semi-finals, 0–2 (Vålerenga)
1988–89 1. divisjon 36 15 18 3 165 171 33 6th Did not qualify
1989–90 1. divisjon 36 12 21 3 157 210 27 7th Did not qualify
1990–91[d] Eliteserien I 18 2 16 0 60 145 4 10th Did not qualify
1. divisjon II 14 14 0 0 123 38 28 1st
1991–92 Eliteserien I 18 5 13 0 63 107 10 9th Did not qualify
1. divisjon II[e] 14 14 0 0 140 30 28 1st
1992–93 Eliteserien I 18 4 13 1 60 94 9 8th Did not qualify
Eliteserien II 14 0 14 0 32 111 0 8th
1993–94 Eliteserien I 18 2 15 1 63 85 5 10th Did not qualify
1. divisjon II 14 8 4 2 73 48 18 3rd
1994–95 1. divisjon 28 18 6 4 145 90 40 3rd 2 2 0 0 17 2 4 1st in Preliminary Qualifying for Eliteserien
6 0 5 1 16 29 1 4th in Qualifying for Eliteserien[f]
1995–96 Eliteserien 28 5 22 1 69 154 11 7th Did not qualify
1996–97 Eliteserien 36 21 14 1 170 123 43 4th 6 3 3 17 31 Won in Quarter-finals, 3–0 (Lillehammer)</br>Lost in Semi-finals, 0–3 (Vålerenga)
1997–98 Eliteserien 44 21 16 7 183 147 49 5th Did not qualify
1998–99 Eliteserien 44 20 21 3 171 145 43 5th Did not qualify
1999–2000 Eliteserien 38 27 11 0 172 109 54 3rd 3 0 3 9 22 Lost in Semi-finals, 0–3 (Vålerenga)
2000–01 Eliteserien 42 30 11 1 218 109 61 3rd 6 3 3 11 11 Won in Semi-finals, 3–0 (Storhamar)</br>Lost in Finals, 0–3 (Vålerenga)
2001–02 Eliteserien 42 31 8 3 194 106 65 2nd 8 6 2 33 15 Bye to Semi-finals</br>Won in Semi-finals, 3–0 (Lillehammer)</br>Won Norwegian Championship, 3–2 (Storhamar)
2002–03g  Eliteserien 38 20 8 5 5 157 110 71 3rd 6 3 3 23 19 Won in Quarter-finals, 2–0 (Sparta)</br>Lost in Semi-finals, 1–3 (Storhamar)
2003–04 Eliteserien 42 20 13 5 4 152 118 74 4th 5 2 3 22 16 Lost in Quarter-finals, 2–3 (Sparta)
2004–05 Eliteserien 42 20 12 10 0 143 137 74 4th 4 1 3 14 19 Lost in Quarter-finals, 1–3 (Stjernen)
2005–06 Eliteserien 42 16 17 7 2 139 151 50 7th 4 0 4 4 17 Lost in Quarter-finals, 0–4 (Storhamar)
2006–07 Eliteserien 44 19 15 8 2 157 169 74 4th 7 3 4 16 25 Lost in Quarter-finals, 3–4 (Sparta)
2007–08 Eliteserien 44 29 6 3 6 205 142 93 1st 16 10 6 60 33 Won in Quarter-finals, 4–1 (Furuset)</br>Won in Semi-finals, 4–1 (Comet)</br>Lost in Finals, 2–4 (Storhamar)
2008–09 Eliteserien 45 14 19 6 6 129 144 62 7th 5 1 4 8 20 Lost in Quarter-finals, 1–4 (Vålerenga)
2009–10 Eliteserien 48 12 28 4 4 121 181 51 9th 6 6 0 43 11 17 1st in Qualifying for Eliteserien
Eliteserien totals[h] 1,259 636 486 60 48 29 5,544 4,483 1,576 164 80 78 6 669 567 87 28 playoff appearances

NotesEdit

  • a Code explanation; GP—Games Played, W—Wins, L—Losses, T—Tied games, OTW—Overtime/Shootout wins, OTL—Overtime/Shootout losses, GF—Goals For, GA—Goals Against, Pts—Points
  • b Before the 1955–56 season, the top division, 1. divisjon was renamed Hovedserien. Correspondingly, the 2. divisjon (second tier) was renamed 1. divisjon, the 3. divisjon (third tier) was renamed 2. divisjon etc.
  • c Before the 1963–64 season, the top division, Hovedserien was renamed 1. divisjon. Correspondingly, the 1. divisjon (second tier) was renamed 2. divisjon, the 2. divisjon (third tier) was renamed 3. divisjon etc.
  • d Before the 1990–91 season, the top division, 1. divisjon was renamed Eliteserien. Correspondingly, the 2. divisjon (second tier) was renamed 1. divisjon, the 3. divisjon (third tier) was renamed 2. divisjon etc.
  • e Between the 1990–91 season and the 1993–94 season, the Eliteserien was divided into two parts. After the first 18 games, the top eight teams qualified for the second half of the Eliteserien. The bottom two teams were relegated to the 1. divisjon and would compete for the right to play in the Eliteserien in the following season. In 1990–91, the results of both rounds were added up to produce one league champion; in the three following seasons, there were two champions per season.
  • f Frisk were promoted despite finishing fourth and last. Runners-up Sparta went bankrupt and withdrew from the league. Their place was offered to third placed Lørenskog, who declined, and then to Frisk, who accepted.[3]
  • g Beginning with the 2002–03 season, all games in the Eliteserien have a winner. In addition, teams now receive three points for a win in regulation time, two points for a win in overtime and one point for a loss in overtime.
  • h Totals as of the completion of the 2009–10 season, except for 1945–46 season.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Klubber innmeldt i Norges Ishockeyforbund 1935/36 (Norwegian). Norwegian Ice Hockey Association (2003.04.30). Retrieved on 2010-04-16.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Frisk — storlaget fra 70-åra (Norwegian). Frisk Tigers. The Web Archive (2001-08-10). Retrieved on 2010-04-16.
  3. "Kvalik. 1994/95 til neste års elite" (in Norwegian). hockey.no (2004-12-31). Retrieved on 2010-03-22.


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