Since season 1996–97, the tournament is part of the Euro Hockey Tour in which the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia and Sweden participate. The Sweden Hockey Games tournament has changed name a couple of times: the tournament started in 1991 as Sweden Hockey Games, and in 2006 the name changed to LG Hockey Games as LG Electronics started sponsoring the tournament. In 2012 however, LG dropped out their sponsoring, and Svenska Spel's gambling game Oddset took over, effectively changing the tournament's name to Oddset Hockey Games. In 2019, Beijer Electronics started to sponsor the tournament and it changed its name to Beijer Hockey Games.
The event is mainly held in the Hovet in Stockholm, Sweden, although one game each year is hosted by another participating country. The winner of the tournament receives the Globen Cup – the tournament is sometimes called the Sweden Globen Cup. Only the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia and Sweden are invited to the tournament but from season 1991–92 through 2003–04 Canada also participated.
Winners[edit | edit source]
1 From that year part of EHT
2 Canada did not participated in the EHT
Winner, runner-up and third place is determined by total standing after a round-robin style of play.
Statistics[edit | edit source]
Medal count[edit | edit source]