Fandom

Ice Hockey Wiki

List of Manglerud Star Ishockey seasons

54,200pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Manglerud Star Ishockey are a Norwegian ice hockey club based in Oslo. They are members of the highest Norwegian ice hockey league, Eliteserien (known as GET-ligaen for sponsorship reasons). Manglerud Star Ishockey are the ice hockey department of IL Manglerud Star, a sports club founded in 1913. Originally known as Star, the club became known as Manglerud/Star after merging with Manglerud IL in 1964, and eventually Manglerud Star (without the forward slash).[1] Ice hockey was included as an activity in 1967,[2] and is today one of two sports practised by the club, the other being football.[1] As of 2010, they have completed twenty-nine seasons in the Eliteserien and have won 385 regular season games.

Manglerud Star achieved success in the early years of their existence thanks to a selection of talented young players who, after winning several youth and junior championships, brought the club into the highest division ahead of the 1973–74 season.[3] From then on and until the early 1980s, the club fought regularly for the League Championship, finishing the season as runners-up five times in a row from 1975 to 1979. In the playoffs, they were increasingly successful until finally winning back-to-back Norwegian Championship titles in 1977 and 1978. After losing in the Finals against Vålerengen in 1982, a long period of decline ensued, culminating in relegation to the second level in the 1990–91 season. Having returned to the Eliteserien in 1993, Manglerud Star collaborated with Furuset and a group of investors to form the Spektrum Flyers franchise in 1994.[2] When this effort collapsed after only two seasons, Manglerud Star chose to again compete as a team in their own right.

SeasonsEdit

Norwegian Champions Regular Season Champions Promoted Relegated
Season League Division Regular season[a] Postseason[a]
GP W L T OTW OTL GF GA Pts Finish GP W L T GF GA Pts Result
1969–70 3. divisjon B 10 9 1 0 46 20 18 1st 5 4 1 0 16 10 8 Won 3. divisjon Championship[b]
1970–71 2. divisjon A 10 5 2 3 41 31 13 2nd 6 2 3 1 15 29 5 3rd in Qualifying for 1. divisjon
1971–72 2. divisjon A
1972–73 2. divisjon A 8 6 1 1 44 17 13 2nd 10 8 2 0 54 21 16 2nd in Qualifying for 1. divisjon I[c]
1973–74 1. divisjon 18 8 7 3 55 61 19 5th 10 5 5 0 36 45 10 4th in Norwegian Championship
1974–75 1. divisjon 18 15 3 0 90 53 30 2nd 10 5 4 1 32 38 11 3rd in Norwegian Championship
1975–76 1. divisjon 18 13 4 1 102 53 27 2nd 10 5 4 1 46 30 11 3rd in Norwegian Championship
1976–77 1. divisjon 18 13 2 3 124 43 29 2nd 10 9 1 0 57 27 19 Won Norwegian Championship
1977–78 1. divisjon 18 14 4 0 116 76 28 2nd 10 7 2 1 52 31 15 Won Norwegian Championship
1978–79 1. divisjon 18 13 5 0 76 63 26 2nd 10 3 6 1 39 47 7 5th in Norwegian Championship
1979–80 1. divisjon 27 16 8 3 133 94 35 4th 2 0 2 10 15 Lost in Quarter-finals, 10–15 (agg) (Vålerengen)
1980–81 1. divisjon 36 18 16 2 165 148 38 6th Did not qualify
1981–82 1. divisjon 36 21 9 6 224 136 48 3rd 4 1 3 17 25 Won in Semi-finals, 11–9 (agg) (Furuset)
Lost in Finals, 6–16 (agg) (Vålerengen)
1982–83 1. divisjon 36 21 15 0 193 184 42 6th Did not qualify
1983–84 1. divisjon 28 12 11 5 133 111 29 5th Did not qualify
1984–85 1. divisjon 18 9 8 1 104 90 19 6th Did not qualify
Mellomspillet[d] 10 4 6 0 44 61 8 5th
1985–86 1. divisjon 36 15 18 3 158 162 33 7th Did not qualify
1986–87 1. divisjon 36 16 18 2 164 159 34 7th Did not qualify
1987–88 1. divisjon 36 11 23 2 137 184 24 9th 2 2 0 18 6 Won Qualifying for 1. divisjon, 18–6 (agg) (Lambertseter)
1988–89 1. divisjon 36 11 20 5 158 183 27 9th 2 1 1 14 12 Won Qualifying for 1. divisjon, 14–12 (agg) (Lørenskog)
1989–90 1. divisjon 36 11 22 3 152 172 25 7th Did not qualify
1990–91[e] Eliteserien I[f] 18 3 15 0 72 179 6 9th
1. divisjon II 14 9 4 1 95 87 19 3rd
1991–92 1. divisjon I 18 9 7 2 88 62 20 5th
1. divisjon II 14 6 6 2 64 60 14 5th
1992–93 1. divisjon I 18 14 4 0 122 56 28 1st
1. divisjon II 14 10 3 1 89 58 23 2nd
1993–94 Eliteserien I 18 5 9 4 63 85 14 8th Did not qualify
Eliteserien II 14 4 9 1 46 60 9 7th
1994–95 Manglerud Star's place in the Eliteserien was used by the Spektrum Flyers[2]
1995–96
1996–97 Eliteserien 36 13 21 2 127 179 28 7th 3 0 3 6 20 Lost in Quarter-finals, 0–3 (Vålerenga)
1997–98 Eliteserien 44 18 23 3 172 179 39 7th Did not qualify
1998–99 Eliteserien 44 15 24 5 140 159 35 8th Did not qualify
1999–2000 Eliteserien 38 12 25 1 105 155 25 7th Did not qualify
2000–01 Eliteserien 42 20 18 4 123 116 44 5th Did not qualify
2001–02 Eliteserien 42 14 20 8 112 134 36 7th Did not qualify
2002–03[g] Eliteserien 38 12 19 2 5 127 141 45 7th Did not qualify
2003–04 Eliteserien 42 4 37 0 1 80 235 13 10th 6 3 3 26 19 11 3rd in Qualifying for Eliteserien
2004–05 1. divisjon 32 27 3 2 192 60 56 2nd 6 3 3 13 16 9 2nd in Qualifying for Eliteserien
2005–06 Eliteserien 42 5 34 2 1 105 226 20 10th 6 3 3 25 17 9 3rd in Qualifying for Eliteserien
2006–07 1. divisjon 30 22 5 3 192 59 47 3rd 6 1 5 12 17 4 4th in Qualifying for Eliteserien
2007–08 1. divisjon 30 10 17 3 123 149 23 11th Did not qualify
2008–09 1. divisjon 30 26 3 1 217 52 53 2nd 6 4 2 33 19 12 2nd in Qualifying for Eliteserien
2009–10 Eliteserien 48 16 24 3 5 133 154 59 7th 5 1 4 14 19 Lost in Quarter-finals, 1–4 (Vålerenga)
Eliteserien totals[h] 935 378 471 67 7 12 3,689 3,974 886 74 36 34 4 309 297 73 10 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 Manglerud Star tied first with Skiold after four games, winning the replay 6–5 to claim the 3. divisjon Championship title and win promotion to the 2. divisjon.[4]
  • c In the 1972–73 season, an elaborate system of qualifying rounds was used to expand the number of teams in the 1. divisjon from eight to ten. Manglerud Star placed second in the first round for 2. divisjon teams and were thus promoted to the 1. divisjon without further competition.
  • d Mellomspillet was a one-time continuation league contested in 1984–85 between the six highest ranked teams in the 1. divisjon. Of these six teams, the top four qualified for the Semi-finals of the Norwegian Championship.
  • e Before the 1990–91 season, the 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.
  • f 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.
  • 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.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Manglerud Star 1913 (Norwegian). Manglerud Star Ishockey. Retrieved on 2010-04-14.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Klubbinfo, Historikk (Norwegian). Manglerud Star Ishockey. Retrieved on 2010-04-14.
  3. Da MS tok bøtta (Norwegian). Manglerud Star Ishockey. Retrieved on 2010-04-14.
  4. Kvalifisering for spill 2.Divisjon Tabell (Norwegian). Norwegian Ice Hockey Association (2006-07-24). Retrieved on 2010-04-14.
This page uses content from Wikipedia. The original article was at List of Manglerud Star Ishockey seasons. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Ice Hockey Wiki, the text of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 (Unported) (CC-BY-SA).


Also on Fandom

Random Wiki