The Håkan Loob Trophy is the annual award for the Elitserien player who scores the most goals during the regular season. It was created by Svenska Hockeyligan and Canal+ in honour of Håkan Loob, who holds the Elitserien record for most goals in a season. It was first handed out for the 2005-06 season, on Elitserien's 30 year anniversary.
The winner's team is awarded 1,000 Swedish kronor per goal scored by the player, which goes to the club's youth programme.
|2006–07||Pavel Brendl||Mora IK||34||1|
|2007–08||Mattias Weinhandl||Linköpings HC||35||2 (1)|
|2008–09||Per-Åge Skrøder||Modo Hockey||30||1|
|2009–10||Jan Hlaváč||Linköpings HC||30||1|
|2010–11||Mikko Lehtonen||Skellefteå AIK||30||1|
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