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Almtuna IS is a Swedish ice hockey club based in Uppsala and is currently playing in HockeyAllsvenskan, the second highest league of ice hockey in Sweden. The team maintained its place in the Allsvenskan despite suffering relegation in the 2018–19 season following the exit of IK Pantern due to economic troubles prior to the 2019–20 season.[1]

Almtuna IS
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CityUppsala, Sweden
LeagueHockeyAllsvenskan
Founded1932 (Hockey in 1947)
Home arenaMetallåtervinning Arena
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General managerRobert Lif
Head coachMartin Gudmundsson
CaptainPer Svensson

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HistoryEdit

Almtuna IS was founded in 1932 with teams in football, bandy and table tennis. In 1947 ice hockey was added to the clubs program.

In the 1980s Almtuna IS became a strictly ice hockey team, and in 2006 they added a women's team.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

updated December 3, 2013[2] Some seasons statistics are not available or have not yet been located.

Season League GP W T L OTW OTL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
1951-52 Division 2 10 1 0 9 2 34 62 6th
1954-55 Division 2
1955-56 Division 2
1956-57 Division 2
1957-58 Division 2
1958-59 Division 2
1959-60 Division 2
1960-61 Division 2
1961-62 Division 2
1962-63 Division 1 14 1 1 12 3 34 81 8th Relegated
1963-64 Division 2
1964-65 Division 2
1965-66 Division 2
1966-67 Division 2 22 17 2 3 36 116 58 2nd
1967-68 Division 2 3rd
1968-69 Division 2 3rd
1969-70 Division 2 1st
1970-71 Division 2 18 7 6 5 20 79 60 5th
1971-72 Division 2 18 10 7 1 27 113 57 1st
1972-73 Division 2
1973-74 Division 2
1974-75 Division 2
1975-76 Division 2
1976-77 Division 1 33 17 1 15 35 152 146 4th
1977-78 Division 1 36 15 4 17 34 147 159 5th
1978-79 Division 1 36 19 5 12 43 164 131 5th
1979-80 Division 1 36 18 3 15 39 160 139 5th
1980-81 Division 1 36 19 9 9 46 210 128 3rd
1981-82 Division 1 36 12 3 21 27 144 176 8th
1982-83 Division 1 32 12 7 13 31 126 123 8th
1983-84 Division 1 32 3 2 27 8 85 213 10th Relegated
1984-85 Division 2
1985-86 Division 2
1986-87 Division 2 Promoted
1987-88 Division 1 14 8 1 5 23 58 51 5th
1988-89 Division 1 18 12 2 4 26 87 62 2nd Qualified for Allsvenskan
1988-89 Allsvenskan 18 2 2 14 6 48 91 10th
1989-90 Division 1 14 5 0 9 13 44 59 8th
1990-91 Division 1 14 8 4 2 25 64 39 4th
1991-92 Division 1 18 10 3 5 23 84 57 2nd Qualified for Allsvenskan
1991-92 Allsvenskan 18 2 0 16 4 38 108 10th
1992-93 Division 1 14 6 1 7 14 49 44 7th
1993-94 Division 1 14 10 1 3 27 54 36 3rd
1994-95 Division 1 14 6 1 7 19 60 55 6th
1995-96 Division 1 14 9 2 3 26 65 37 5th
1996-97 Division 1 14 10 1 3 26 72 41 3rd
1997-98 Division 1 14 9 1 4 23 52 39 4th
1998-99 Division 1 28 6 2 20 14 63 126 8th
1999-00 Division 1 18 11 2 5 24 78 47 2nd
2000-01 Division 1 28 19 3 6 41 175 80 1st Promoted
2001-02 Allsvenskan 32 6 0 19 3 4 10 84 126 10th Relegated
2002-03 Division 1 14 13 0 1 26 86 27 1st Promoted
2003-04 Allsvenskan 32 10 0 19 2 1 35 96 105 9th
2004-05 Allsvenskan 32 10 3 17 2 0 37 73 109 9th
2005-06 HockeyAllsvenskan 42 14 2 15 6 5 61 115 127 7th
2006–07 HockeyAllsvenskan 45 21 0 22 1 1 66 126 152 8th
2007-08 HockeyAllsvenskan 45 13 6 21 2 3 52 100 142 12th
2008-09 HockeyAllsvenskan 45 23 0 14 1 7 78 124 105 6th
2009-10 HockeyAllsvenskan 52 29 0 18 3 2 95 136 108 4th Qualified for Kvalserien
2009-10 Kvalserien 10 3 4 1 2 13 23 23 5th
2010-11 HockeyAllsvenskan 52 21 18 10 3 86 141 129 6th
2011-12 HockeyAllsvenskan 52 16 25 5 6 64 119 143 11th
2012-13 HockeyAllsvenskan 52 15 28 2 7 56 118 143 12th

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Almtuna takes its place in the Allsvenskan" (in Swedish). aftonbladet.se. 1 June 2019. Retrieved 1 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Eliteprospects.com Almtuna IS". www.eliteprospects.com. elite prospects. Retrieved 3 December 2013.

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