Manglerud Star
Manglerud Star
League GET-ligaen
Founded 23 June 1913,
Akershus Festning, Oslo
History Sportsklubben Star
IL Manglerud/Star
Manglerud Star Ishockey
Arena Manglerudhallen
City Manglerud, Oslo, Norway
Team Colors Green and yellow
Head Coach David Livingstone
Team Captain Peter Steinbø Andersen

Manglerud Star Ishockey (founded 23 June 1913 at Akershus Festning in Oslo) is a Norwegian ice hockey team from Manglerud.

The club has delivered more players to professional hockey leagues around the world than any other hockey team in Norway. For the 2004/2005 season, Manglerud Star played in the first division after financial problems, being relegated from Eliteserien, but after the qualification league at the end of the season, they were back at the top level for the 2005/2006 season. After competing against the 05/06-finalist Trondheim in the Eliteserien qualification, which was surprisingly low-levelled at that season, they were relegated to the level 2-league first division for 2006/07.

Many people claim Mats Trygg to be the best M/S player ever, he was playing for Färjestads BK in Sweden during the 2004/2005 season, but plays the 2005/2006 season for Iserlohn Roosters in Germany, together with his best friend and partner in the national team of Norway Martin Knold.

In 2004, the city of Oslo provided funding for a new sports hall, which also includes a football arena beside the hockey rink.

Season-by-season results[edit | edit source]

This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by Manglerud Star. For the full season-by-season history, see List of Manglerud Star Ishockey seasons.

Norwegian Champions Regular Season Champions Promoted Relegated
Season League Regular season Postseason
2005–06 Eliteserien 42 5 34 2 1 105 226 20 10th 3rd in Qualifying for Eliteserien
2006–07 1. divisjon 30 22 5 3 192 59 47 3rd 4th in Qualifying for Eliteserien
2007–08 1. divisjon 30 10 17 3 123 149 23 11th Did not qualify
2008–09 1. divisjon 30 26 3 1 217 52 53 2nd 2nd in Qualifying for Eliteserien
2009–10 Eliteserien 48 16 24 3 5 133 154 59 7th Lost in Quarter-finals, 1–4 (Vålerenga)

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