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The Storhamar Dragons are a Norwegian ice hockey club based in Hamar. They are members of the highest Norwegian ice hockey league, Eliteserien (known as GET-ligaen for sponsorship reasons). Their home arena has been Hamar OL-Amfi since 1992.[1] Ice hockey in Hamar was first played in 1955 by boys who had been inspired by the 1952 Winter Olympics in Oslo. This became the basis of Storhamar Ishockey, which was founded in 1957 as a department of the sports club Storhamar IL.[2] Since 1998, they have been marketing themselves as the Storhamar Dragons.[3] As of 2010, they have completed thirty seasons in the Eliteserien, winning 670 regular season games and seven league titles.

Storhamar qualified for the 2. divisjon (second tier) in 1962 as the first team outside Oslo,[4] and were promoted to the highest division, 1. divisjon (Eliteserien from 1990 onwards), for the first time in 1977. During the 1990s, the Dragons established themselves as one of the leadings teams in Norway, winning their first Norwegian Championship title in 1995. Between the 1993–94 season and 1999–2000 season, they contested all seven Finals, winning four times. After losing out in the Semi-finals in 2001, the Dragons have reached another five Finals, winning twice.

SeasonsEdit

Norwegian Champions Regular Season Champions Promoted Relegated
Season League Division Regular season[a] Postseason[a] Roster
GP W L T OTW OTL GF GA Pts Finish GP W L T GF GA Pts Result
1959–60 Hedmark/Oppland Hedmark 1st Won Hedmark/Oppland Championship
1960–61 2. divisjon C 5 5 0 0 87 13 10 1st
1961–62 3. divisjon[b] A 8[c] 6 2 0 82 19 14 1st[d] 2 2 0 19 7 Won in Semi-final, 12–1 (Lillehammer)
Won 3. divisjon Championship , 7–6 (Drammen)
1962–63 2. divisjon A 11[e] 7 2 0 50 32 14
1963–64 2. divisjon[f] B 12[g] 2 9 0 21 67 4
1964–65 3. divisjon D 8 8 0 0 72 14 16 1st 5 4 1 0 35 18 8 1st in Qualifying for 2. divisjon
1965–66 2. divisjon B 10 4 5 1 42 38 9 4th
1966–67 2. divisjon B 10 5 3 2 43 31 12 2nd
1967–68 2. divisjon B 10 5 5 0 33 33 10 3rd
1968–69 2. divisjon B 10 5 4 1 49 41 11 2nd
1969–70 2. divisjon A 10 2 8 0 48 66 4 6th
1970–71 2. divisjon[h] A 10 1 8 1 33 52 3 6th 4 1 3 0 11 19 2 3rd in Qualifying for 2. divisjon
1971–72 3. divisjon A 10[i] 9 0 0 62 9 18 1st 3 3 0 0 23 3 6 1st in Qualifying for 2. divisjon
1972–73 2. divisjon B 7 1 6 0 16 50 2 5th 8 7 0 1 55 31 15 1st in Qualifying for 2. divisjon
1973–74 2. divisjon 18 8 8 2 95 85 18 5th
1974–75 2. divisjon 18 7 8 3 77 92 17 6th
1975–76 2. divisjon 18 11 7 0 98 69 22 4th
1976–77 2. divisjon 18 12 3 3 106 53 27 2nd
1977–78 1. divisjon 18 2 14 2 55 132 6 9th 6 3 2 1 36 28 7 1st in Qualifying for 1. divisjon
1978–79 1. divisjon 18 2 16 0 51 134 4 10th 6 1 5 0 13 43 2 4th in Qualifying for 1. divisjon
1979–80 2. divisjon 18 12 3 3 131 63 27 2nd[j]
1980–81 2. divisjon 22 14 6 2 116 82 30 4th
1981–82 2. divisjon 22 18 2 2 166 77 38 1st
1982–83 1. divisjon 36 12 22 2 165 240 26 9th 2 2 0 0 12 4 Won Qualifying for 1. divisjon, 2–0 (Rosenborg)
1983–84 1. divisjon 28 5 19 4 101 176 14 7th 2 2 0 0 24 2 Won Qualifying for 1. divisjon, 2–0 (Strindheim)
1984–85 1. divisjon 18 13 4 1 134 77 27 2nd 3 1 2 11 12 Lost in Semi-finals, 1–2 (Furuset)
Mellomspillet[k] 10 8 2 0 58 48 16 1st
1985–86 1. divisjon 36 22 13 1 208 144 45 4th 2 0 2 5 13 Lost in Semi-finals, 0–2 (Stjernen)
1986–87 1. divisjon 36 17 17 2 181 157 36 5th Did not qualify
1987–88 1. divisjon 36 23 11 2 177 124 48 2nd 2 0 2 6 9 Lost in Semi-finals, 0–2 (Furuset)
1988–89 1. divisjon 36 22 13 1 180 153 45 2nd 2 0 2 5 15 Lost in Semi-finals, 0–2 (Sparta)
1989–90 1. divisjon 36 23 10 3 200 131 49 5th Did not qualify
1990–91 Eliteserien I[l] 18 6 11 1 69 77 13 7th Did not qualify
Eliteserien II[m] 32 12 19 1 129 140 25 6th
1991–92 Eliteserien I 18 11 6 1 101 57 23 2nd 2 1 1 12 10 2 2nd in Quarter-finals
Eliteserien II 14 7 7 0 68 59 14 4th 3 1 2 12 16 Lost in Semi-finals, 1–2 (Vålerenga)
1992–93 Eliteserien I 18 14 4 0 120 48 28 3rd 2 1 1 5 5 2 2nd in Quarter-finals
Eliteserien II 14 10 4 0 78 30 22 1st 3 1 2 8 8 Lost in Semi-finals, 1–2 (Vålerenga)
1993–94 Eliteserien I 18 14 3 1 125 51 29 1st 2 1 1 7 4 2 1st in Quarter-finals
Eliteserien II 14 9 4 1 66 49 19 2nd 6 3 3 20 19 Won in Semi-finals, 2–0 (Stjernen)
Lost in Finals, 1–3 (Lillehammer)
1994–95 Eliteserien 28 21 2 5 192 57 47 1st 4 3 1 12 11 6 2nd in Quarter-finals
5 5 0 26 10 Won in Semi-finals, 2–0 (Vålerenga)
Won Norwegian Championship, 3–0 (Stjernen)
1995–96 Eliteserien 28 20 8 0 128 56 40 3rd 4 4 0 19 8 8 1st in Quarter-finals
6 6 0 30 8 Won in Semi-finals, 3–0 (Lillehammer)
Won Norwegian Championship, 3–0 (Vålerenga)
1996–97 Eliteserien 36 33 1 2 252 58 68 1st 10 9 1 51 20 Won in Quarter-finals, 3–0 (Lørenskog)
Won in Semi-finals, 3–0 (Stjernen)
Won Norwegian Championship, 3–1 (Vålerenga)
1997–98 Eliteserien 44 32 9 3 213 92 67 2nd 6 3 3 15 22 Won in Semi-finals, 3–0 (Stjernen)
Lost in Finals, 0–3 (Vålerenga)
1998–99 Eliteserien 44 30 8 6 196 104 66 2nd 10 5 5 34 33 Won in Semi-finals, 3–2 (Trondheim)
Lost in Finals, 2–3 (Vålerenga)
1999–2000 Eliteserien 38 27 10 1 167 81 55 2nd 7 6 1 28 18 Won in Semi-finals, 3–0 (Sparta)
Won Norwegian Championship, 3–1 (Vålerenga)
2000–01 Eliteserien 42 37 3 2 214 74 76 1st 3 0 3 1 7 Lost in Semi-finals, 0–3 (Frisk)
2001–02 Eliteserien 42 29 10 3 189 101 61 3rd 11 7 4 40 24 Won in Quarter-finals, 2–0 (Sparta)</br>Won in Semi-finals, 3–1 (Vålerenga)
Lost in Finals, 2–3 (Frisk)
2002–03[n] Eliteserien 38 20 8 5 5 170 101 75 2nd 8 3 5 20 32 Bye to Semi-finals</br>Won in Semi-finals, 3–1 (Frisk)
Lost in Finals, 0–4 (Vålerenga)
2003–04 Eliteserien 42 29 8 2 3 151 87 94 1st 13 10 3 43 21 Won in Quarter-finals, 3–0 (Bergen Flyers)</br>Won in Semi-finals, 3–0 (Stavanger)
Won Norwegian Championship, 4–3 (Vålerenga)
2004–05 Eliteserien 42 24 13 4 1 138 87 79 3rd 7 3 4 21 12 Won in Quarter-finals, 3–1 (Sparta)
Lost in Semi-finals, 0–3 (Trondheim)
2005–06 Eliteserien 42 34 4 2 2 202 68 108 1st 10 6 4 32 24 Won in Quarter-finals, 4–0 (Frisk)</br>Lost in Semi-finals, 2–4 (Vålerenga)
2006–07 Eliteserien 44 29 8 4 3 185 100 98 2nd 17 9 8 65 53 Won in Quarter-finals, 4–2 (Stjernen)</br>Won in Semi-finals, 4–2 (Stavanger)
Lost in Finals, 1–4 (Vålerenga)
2007–08 Eliteserien 44 25 15 2 2 161 117 81 4th 16 12 4 44 34 Won in Quarter-finals, 4–0 (Stavanger)
Won in Semi-finals, 4–2 (Vålerenga)
Won Norwegian Championship, 4–2 (Frisk)
2008–09 Eliteserien 45 19 19 2 5 137 121 66 5th 10 4 6 18 14 Won in Quarter-finals, 4–2 (Stavanger)
Lost in Semi-finals, 0–4 (Sparta)
2009–10 Eliteserien 48 16 23 6 3 154 160 58[o] 8th 10 5 5 21 31 Won in Quarter-finals, 4–1 (Lørenskog)
Lost in Semi-finals, 1–4 (Vålerenga)
Roster
Eliteserien totals[p] 1,073 643 335 44 27 24 4,988 3,366 1,599 182 108 78 2 611 493 60 23 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 1961–62 season, the club were moved down to the 3. divisjon (fourth tier) due to a re-organization of the league system.[5]
  • c The result of the eighth game is unknown.[5]
  • d Storhamar tied first with Grüner and won the two-legged replay for the Division Championship (2–2, 11–4).[5]
  • e The results of the sixth and seventh game are unknown.[5]
  • f 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.
  • g The result of the twelfth game is unknown.[5]
  • h Before the 1970–71 season, the Dragons re-qualified for the 2. divisjon after defeating Eiksmarka 7–3 during the pre-season.[5]
  • i The result of the tenth game is unknown.[5]
  • j Storhamar declined to participate in qualifying for the 1. divisjon due to the ongoing construction of Storhamar Ishall.[6]
  • k 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.
  • l 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.
  • m 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. In 1990–91, the results of both rounds were added up to produce one regular season champion; in the three following seasons, there were two champions per season.
  • n As of the 2002–03 season, all games 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.
  • o Storhamar were deducted five points for use of an ineligible player during three games in November 2009.[7][8]
  • p Totals as of the completion of the 2009–10 season.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Hamar OL-Amfi (Norwegian). Storhamar Dragons. Retrieved on 2010-03-30.
  2. Historien: 50-tallet (Norwegian). Storhamar Dragons. Retrieved on 2010-03-30.
  3. Historien: 90-tallet (Norwegian). Storhamar Dragons. Retrieved on 2010-03-30.
  4. Historien: 60-tallet (Norwegian). Storhamar Dragons. Retrieved on 2010-03-30.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 "Sesongene 60–77" (in Norwegian). Storhamar Dragons. Retrieved on 2009-03-27.
  6. Sesongen 79–80 (Norwegian). Storhamar Dragons. Retrieved on 2010-03-27.
  7. "Storhamar - bruk av ikke spilleberettiget spiller" (in Norwegian). Norwegian Ice Hockey Association (2009-12-16). Retrieved on 2009-03-07.
  8. "Bruk av ikke spilleberettiget spiller fratar Storhamar Dragons 5 poeng" (in Norwegian). Storhamar Dragons (2009-11-25). Retrieved on 2009-03-07.
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