|Home arena||LähiTapiola Areena|
|Colours||Red, black, white|
|Owner(s)||JYP Jyväskylä Oy|
|General manager||Risto Korpela|
|Head coach||Pekka Tirkkonen|
|Farm club(s)||KeuPa HT|
JYP was founded in 1923. First it was the ice hockey section of the sports club Jyväskylän Palloilijat until 1977. Then they separated from that sports club to be an independent hockey club called JyP HT. The current full name of the club is JYP Jyväskylä Oy, having been registered as an osakeyhtiö since 1999. JYP has won the Finnish SM-liiga twice, in 2009 and 2012, having been the losing side in the play-off finals in 1989 and 1992.
JYP was founded in 1923 as Jyväskylän Palloilijat (Jyväskylä's Ballsport players in English). Originally the club was multi-sport club having competitive departments in football, pesäpallo (Finnish baseball), bandy and later ice hockey and basketball. In 1977 JyP divided due to financial reasons and ice hockey department began with new club, JyP HT (officially Jyväskylän Palloilijat Hockey Team) while football department formed JyP-77 (JJK Jyväskylä nowadays).
The new club started in I Division, the then-second tier of Finnish hockey. JyP HT promoted to the top tier for the 1985-86 SM-liiga season. With ambitious aims, they were fifth after regular season and surprisingly eliminated out of play-offs by only two points. At the next season, the target was in play-offs but seventh place was not enough. When the beginning of the third season was disappointment, head coach Erkka Westerlund – subsequently Finnish national team coach – got sacked.
Partnership with the Boston BruinsEdit
On 8 September 2010, JYP entered into a partnership agreement with the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League (NHL), to enable player transfer and training between the two teams and their developmental systems.
- Head coach: Pekka Tirkkonen
- SM-liiga Kanada-malja (2): 1988–89, 1991–92
- SM-liiga Kanada-malja (5): 1992–93, 2009–10, 2012–13, 2014–15, 2016–17
- Winners (1): 2013
- Winners (1): 2018
- (in Finnish) JYP official web site