1988–89 Elitserien season

The 1988–89 Elitserien season was the 14th season of the Elitserien, the top level of ice hockey in Sweden. 12 teams participated in the league, and Djurgårdens IF won the championship.

1988–89 Elitserien season
LeagueSweden Elitserien
SportIce hockey
Duration2 October 1988 – 23 February 1989
Regular season
League ChampionDjurgårdens IF
Season MVPKent Nilsson (DIF)
Top scorerLars-Gunnar Pettersson (LHF)
Playoffs
Finals championsDjurgårdens IF
  Runners-upLeksands IF
SHL seasons

StandingsEdit

First roundEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. Leksands IF 22 13 1 8 107 75 27
2. AIK 22 13 0 9 87 65 26
3. Djurgårdens IF 22 12 2 8 75 65 26
4. Södertälje SK 22 10 6 6 80 74 26
5. Luleå HF 22 12 1 9 93 85 25
6. Färjestads BK 22 11 1 10 86 78 23
7 HV 71 Jönköping 22 10 2 10 92 79 22
8. Brynäs IF 22 9 2 11 66 78 20
9. Modo Hockey 22 9 2 11 74 89 20
10. Skellefteå AIK 22 8 1 13 71 75 17
11. Västerås IK 22 7 3 12 69 108 17
12. IF Björklöven 22 5 5 12 59 88 15

Final roundEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. Djurgårdens IF 40 24 5 11 162 124 53
2. Leksands IF 40 25 2 13 204 151 52
3. Södertälje SK 40 19 8 13 157 140 46
4. Luleå HF 40 20 3 17 177 170 43
5. Färjestads BK 40 20 2 18 161 153 42
6. Brynäs IF 40 19 3 18 161 142 41
7 AIK 40 19 2 19 142 147 40
8. HV 71 Jönköping 40 17 3 20 156 155 37
9. MODO Hockey 40 17 3 20 148 170 37
10. Skellefteå AIK 40 10 1 29 122 170 21

PlayoffsEdit

Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
         
1 Djurgårdens IF 2
7 AIK 0
1 Djurgårdens IF 2
6 Brynäs IF 0
4 Luleå HF 1
6 Brynäs IF 2
1 Djurgårdens IF 3
2 Leksands IF 1
3 Södertälje SK 2
5 Färjestads BK 0
3 Södertälje SK 1
2 Leksands IF 2
2 Leksands IF 2
8 HV 71 Jönköping 1

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