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SDE Hockey
SDE Hockey logo.png
City Danderyd Municipality, Sweden
League SDHL
Founded 2007 (2007)
Home arena Enebybergs Ishall
General manager Camilla Axell
Head coach Helene Åström
Captain Leanne Ganney

SDE Hockey is a Swedish professional ice hockey club who currently play in the SDHL, the top flight of women's hockey in Sweden.


The club was formed in 2007 from the merger 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 playoffs in their first five SDHL seasons.[2] They made the quarter-finals for the first time in 2019-20.[3]

Season-by-season results

This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by SDE Hockey. Code explanation; GP—Games played, W—Wins, L—Losses, T—Tied games, GF—Goals for, GA—Goals against, Pts—Points. Top Scorer: Points (Goals+Assists)

Season League Regular season Post season results Top scorer (regular season)
Finish GP W L T GF GA Pts
2015-16 SDHL 10th 36 1 30 5 51 151 9 Saved in relegation playoffs Flag of Canada M. Litchfield-Medd 22 (15+7)
2016-17 SDHL 10th 36 1 30 5 34 129 11 Saved in relegation playoffs Flag of Netherlands K. Hamers 11 (5+6)
2017-18 SDHL 9th 36 6 28 2 54 137 22 Saved in relegation playoffs, 2-0 (Skellefteå AIK) Flag of Switzerland P. Stänz 26 (18+8)
2018-19 SDHL 9th 36 4 28 4 54 147 18 Saved in relegation playoffs, 2-0 (Skellefteå AIK) Flag of England L. Ganney 26 (13+13)
2019-20 SDHL 6th 36 11 17 8 68 88 45 Lost in quarterfinals against Brynäs IF Flag of Netherlands J. Zwarthoed 26 (15+11)

Notable Players

Flag indicates nation of primary IIHF eligibility.


External links

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