SDE Hockey are a Swedish ice hockey club in the Swedish Women's Hockey League (SDHL). They play in the Enebyberg area of Danderyd Municipality in Metropolitan Stockholm at Enebybergs Ishall.

SDE Hockey
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CityDanderyd, Stockholm, Sweden
LeagueSDHL
Founded2007 (2007)
Home arenaEnebybergs Ishall
ColoursBlack, beige, white
     
General managerHelene Åström
Head coachJan Bylesjö
CaptainMichelle Löwenhielm
Websitesvenskalag.se/sdehockey-dam
Current season

HistoryEdit

The club was formed in 2007 from the merger of the ice hockey sections of Stocksunds IF, Danderyds SK, and Enebybergs IF, the initials of which form the club's name.[1]

The club first earned promotion to the SDHL in 2014. They have stayed in the league since, although were forced to play in the relegation series in each of their first five SDHL seasons.[2] They made the quarter-finals for the first time in 2019–20 season.[3][4]

Season-by-season resultsEdit

This is a partial list of the last six seasons completed by SDE Hockey. Note that the SDHL was known as Riksserien until 2016.
Note: Finish = Rank at end of regular season; GP = Games played, W = Wins (3 points), OTW = Overtime wins (2 points), OTL = Overtime losses (1 point), L = Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points, Top scorer: Points (Goals+Assists)

Season League Regular season Post season results
Finish GP W OTW OTL L GF GA Pts Top scorer
2015–16 Riksserien 10th 36 1 1 4 30 51 151 9   M. Litchfield-Medd 22 (15+7) Saved in relegation
2016–17 SDHL 10th 36 1 3 2 30 34 129 11   K. Hamers 11 (5+6) Saved in relegation
2017–18 SDHL 9th 36 6 2 0 28 54 137 22   P. Stänz 26 (18+8) Saved in relegation
2018–19 SDHL 9th 36 4 2 2 28 54 147 18   L. Ganney 26 (13+13) Saved in relegation
2019–20 SDHL 6th 36 11 4 4 17 68 88 45   J. Zwarthoed 26 (15+11) Lost quarterfinal (Brynäs)
2020–21 SDHL 7th 36 10 3 3 20 69 96 39   K. Hamers 26 (7+19) Lost quarterfinal, 0–2 (Brynäs)

Players and personnelEdit

2021–22 rosterEdit

As of 14 October 2021[5][6]
No. Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
18   Alexandra Anderson D L 26 2019 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
13   Hanna Blomqvist D L 30 2012
9   Maree Dijkema F L 22 2019 Groningen, Netherlands
8   Megan Eady D R 30 2020 Renfrew, Ontario, Canada
21   Frida Ekdahl C L 30 2021 Danderyd, Uppland, Sweden
88   Sabina Eriksson G L 30 2021 Guldsmedshyttan, Storå, Västmanland, Sweden
28   Mathea Fischer C L 25 2021 Oslo, Østlandet, Norway
29   Estelle Forsberg LW L 21 2021 Huddinge, Södermanland, Sweden
16   Leanne Ganney (A) F R 31 2017 Basingstoke, England, United Kingdom
4   Kayleigh Hamers D L 25 2015 Tilburg, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
20   Andrea Horst Kaspersen F R 20 2021 Trondheim, Trøndelag, Norway
32   Linn Jansson Almgren G L 22 2020 Västerås, Västmanland, Sweden
17   Julia Johansson D L 28 2021 Gimo, Uppland, Sweden
15   Sarah Lecavalier C/D R 24 2020 Strathmore, Alberta, Canada
67   Michelle Löwenhielm (C) C L 27 2019 Sollentuna, Uppland, Sweden
5   Kelly Murray (A) D L 28 2019 Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
19   Linnea Natt och Dag D L 16 2020
23   Vendela Olsson D R 21 2018 Stockholm, Sweden
6   Ella Planting-Bergloo D L 17 2021
33   Lindsey Post G L 29 2019 Chelsea, Quebec, Canada
14   Magdalena Winbo LW L 28 2013 Stockholm, Sweden
10   Julie Zwarthoed (A) RW R 28 2015 Schinnen, Limburg, Netherlands

Coaching and team personnel

  • Head coach: Johanna Ikonen
  • Assistant coach: Jan Bylesjö
  • Assistant coach: Amy Young
  • Goaltending coach: Ola Kahem
  • Equipment manager: Camilla Henriksson Bajas

Team captaincy historyEdit

Head coachesEdit

Notable alumnaeEdit

Seasons played with SDE listed alongside player name.

International playersEdit

Flag indicates nation of primary IIHF eligibility.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Edlund, Patrick (7 January 2020). "SDE Hockey – en ung förening men ändå med anor och tradition". Magasinet Hockey (in Swedish). Retrieved 31 October 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ Foster, Meredith (18 May 2019). "Q&A with Kelty Apperson of SDE". The Ice Garden. Retrieved 31 October 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. ^ Kågström, Rasmus (12 January 2020). "SDE tillbaka på vinnarspåret – nollade jumbon". HockeySverige (in Swedish). Retrieved 31 October 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. ^ Jervis, Adrian (6 March 2020). "Julie Zwarthoed (SDE) - We can beat Sweden". A Brit On Thin. Retrieved 31 October 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  5. ^ "SDE HF - Dam SDHL – Truppen". svenskalag.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 14 October 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  6. ^ "SDE HF, SDHL (W) – 2021-2022 Roster". Elite Prospects. Retrieved 14 October 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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