2012–13 Elitserien (bandy)

The 2012-2013 Elitserien was the sixth season of the Swedish bandy league Elitserien.

2012–13 Elitserien season
LeagueSweden Elitserien
SportBandy
Duration20 Oct 2012 – 17 Mar 2013
Number of teams14
TV partner(s)TV4 and TV4 Sport
Regular season
League Champ.Hammarby IF
  Runners-upVilla Lidköping BK
Top scorerDavid Karlsson, Villa (65)
Final
ChampionsHammarby IF
  Runners-upSandvikens AIK
Elitserien seasons

League tableEdit

At the end of the season.[1]

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Hammarby IF 26 20 1 5 144 82 62 41
2 Villa Lidköping BK 26 18 2 6 176 103 73 38
3 Sandvikens AIK 26 17 2 7 163 111 52 36
4 Edsbyns IF 26 18 2 6 134 106 28 36
5 Bollnäs GIF 26 15 1 10 92 90 2 31
6 Broberg/Söderhamn Bandy 26 14 2 10 119 105 14 30
7 IFK Vänersborg 26 13 2 11 107 112 –5 28
8 Västerås SK 26 10 4 12 119 133 –14 24
9 GAIS 26 10 3 13 91 99 –8 23
10 IFK Kungälv 26 9 4 13 98 104 –6 22
11 IK Sirius 26 9 4 13 95 114 –19 22
12 Vetlanda BK 26 9 2 15 80 108 –28 20
13 Ljusdals BK 26 4 1 21 81 155 –74 9
14 IFK Motala 26 2 0 24 75 152 –77 4

Knock-out stageEdit

A best-of-five playoff were used in the quarter-finals and semi-finals. The crucial final was played at Friends Arena in Solna, Stockholm at March 17, 2013.

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
         
1 Hammarby IF 3
6 Broberg/Söderhamn Bandy 0
1 Hammarby IF 3
4 Edsbyns IF 1
4 Edsbyns IF 3
5 Bollnäs GIF 0
1 Hammarby IF 9
3 Sandvikens AIK 4
3 Sandvikens AIK 3
7 IFK Vänersborg 1
3 Sandvikens AIK 3
2 Villa Lidköping BK 2
8 Västerås SK 0
2 Villa Lidköping BK 3

FinalEdit

Hammarby IF9 – 4Sandvikens AIK
Gilljam   3'4'
Pizzoni Elfving   5'71'
Erixon   11'
Spjuth   44'86'
Sundin   80'
Englund   90+1'
Report Edlund   14'32'68'
Pettersson   21'
Attendance: 38,474
Referee: Peter Öhrlund (Västerås)

Season statisticsEdit

Top scorersEdit

As of end of season.[2]
Rank Player Club Goals
1   David Karlsson Villa Lidköping BK 65
2   Daniel Andersson Villa Lidköping BK 42
3   Christoffer Edlund Sandvikens AIK 40
4   Misha Pashkin Hammarby IF 39
5   Erik Pettersson Sandvikens AIK 36
6   Mattias Hammarström Edsbyns IF 35
7   Joakim Hedqvist IFK Vänersborg 33
8   Viktor Broberg IK Sirius 31
9   Tobias Björklund Ljusdals BK 28
10   Jonas Edling Edsbyns IF 26

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ svenskbandy.se
  2. ^ "Statistik". www.jimbobandy.nu. Archived from the original on 2018-01-25.