2015–16 Malmö Redhawks season

The 2015–16 season was Malmö Redhawks's first season back in the SHL, the premier league in Swedish ice hockey, since the 2006–07 season and the first time since the league was renamed. The regular season began on 17 September 2015 away against Brynäs IF, and concluded on 8 March 2016 away against Linköping HC.[1] The team finished in 12th place and therefore failed to qualify for the play-offs.

2015–16 Malmö Redhawks
League12th SHL
2015–16 record15–26–11
Home record9–12–5
Road record6–14–6
Goals for116
Goals against153
Team information
General managerPatrik Sylvegård
CoachBjörn Hellkvist
Assistant coachAndreas Hadelöv
Jesper Mattsson
CaptainHenrik Hetta
Alternate captainsNils Andersson
Magnus Häggström
ArenaMalmö Arena
Average attendance7,725
Team leaders
GoalsAndreas Thuresson
Björn Svensson (14)
AssistsNils Andersson (24)
PointsNils Andersson (30)
Penalty minutesKim Rosdahl (58)
WinsJonas Gunnarsson (18)
Goals against averageJonas Gunnarsson (2.47)

StandingsEdit

2015–16 SHL seasonEdit

Pos Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Skellefteå AIK 52 33 4 4 11 160 103 +57 111 Qualification to Quarter-finals
2 Frölunda HC 52 30 7 0 15 169 112 +57 104
3 Linköpings HC 52 23 9 7 13 163 121 +42 94
4 Luleå HF 52 26 5 4 17 140 123 +17 92
5 Färjestad BK 52 20 10 9 13 141 130 +11 89
6 Växjö Lakers 52 25 4 4 19 147 139 +8 87
7 Djurgårdens IF 52 23 5 7 17 144 135 +9 86 Qualification to Round of 16
8 Örebro HK 52 19 6 8 19 135 146 −11 77
9 HV71 52 21 4 4 23 138 146 −8 75
10 Brynäs IF 52 21 4 3 24 133 138 −5 74
11 Rögle BK 52 16 4 6 26 125 154 −29 62
12 Malmö Redhawks 52 15 5 6 26 116 153 −37 61
13 Modo Hockey 52 13 3 4 32 119 166 −47 49 Qualification to Relegation playoffs
14 Karlskrona HK 52 5 4 8 35 120 184 −64 31
Source: Swedish Hockey League
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored

Schedule and resultsEdit

Pre-seasonEdit

Regular seasonEdit

2015–16 Game Log: 15–26–11, 61 Points (Home: 9–12–5; Road: 6–14–6)

Legend:   Win (3 points)   Overtime/Shootout win (2 points)   Loss (0 points)   Overtime/Shootout loss (1 point)

Current rosterEdit

Last updated on 12 Nov 2022.[2][3]

No. Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
6   Theodor Johnsson D R 19 2022 Helsingborg, Sweden
7   Oliver Lauridsen D L 33 2020 Gentofte, Denmark
8   Johan Olofsson F R 28 2017 Arvika, Sweden
10   William Von Barnekow F L 20 2020 Malmö, Sweden
11   Markus Lauridsen D L 31 2020 Gentofte, Denmark
14   Carl-Johan Lerby D L 25 2021 Trelleborg, Sweden
16   Matias Lassen D L 26 2019 Rødovre, Denmark
17   Pathrik Westerholm F L 30 2020 Karlskrona, Sweden
18   Marcus Sylvegård F R 23 2021 Malmö, Sweden
23   Christoffer Forsberg (A) F L 28 2015 Östersund, Sweden
26   Thomas Schemitsch D R 26 2022 Thornhill, Ontario, Canada
27   Ponthus Westerholm F R 30 2020 Karlskrona, Sweden
29   Eric Engstrand F L 22 2020 Varberg, Sweden
34   Carl Söderberg (C) F L 37 2021 Malmö, Sweden
35   Adam Werner G L 25 2022 Mariestad, Sweden
42   Gabriel Koch D L 18 2022 Norway
47   Joakim Ryan D L 29 2021 Rumson, New Jersey, U.S.
51   Emil Sylvegård (A) F L 29 2018 Malmö, Sweden
63   Fredrik Händemark (A) F L 29 2022 Björbo, Sweden
72   Daniel Marmenlind G L 25 2021 Uppsala, Sweden
73   Adam Ollas Mattsson D L 26 2019 Stockholm, Sweden
90   Lance Bouma F L 32 2021 Provost, Alberta, Canada
95   Carl Persson F L 27 2018 Kristianstad, Sweden
96   Lukas Wernblom F L 22 2022 Örnsköldsvik, Sweden


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Spelschema". shl.se. SHL. Archived from the original on 2015-05-07. Retrieved 6 May 2015.
  2. ^ "Malmö Redhawks roster". Eliteprospects. Retrieved 2022-03-28.
  3. ^ "Truppen". Malmö Redhawks. Retrieved 2022-03-28.