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Almtuna IS
Almtuna IS is a Swedish ice hockey club based in Uppsala and is currently playing in HockeyAllsvenskan, the second highest league of ice hockey in Sweden. The team maintained its place in the Allsvenskan despite suffering relegation in the 2018–19 season following the exit of IK Pantern due to economic troubles prior to the 2019–20 season.[1]
Almtuna IS
CityUppsala, Sweden
LeagueHockeyAllsvenskan
Founded1932 (Hockey in 1947)
Home arenaUpplands Bilforum Arena
Colors   
General managerRobert Lif
Head coachMartin Gudmundsson
CaptainPer Svensson
History
Almtuna IS was founded in 1932 with teams in football, bandy and table tennis. In 1947 ice hockey was added to the clubs program.
In the 1980s Almtuna IS became a strictly ice hockey team, and in 2006 they added a women's team.
Season-by-season results
updated December 3, 2013[2] Some seasons statistics are not available or have not yet been located.
SeasonLeagueGPWTLOTWOTLPtsGFGAFinishPlayoffs
1951-52Division 210109234626th
1954-55Division 2
1955-56Division 2
1956-57Division 2
1957-58Division 2
1958-59Division 2
1959-60Division 2
1960-61Division 2
1961-62Division 2
1962-63Division 1141112334818thRelegated
1963-64Division 2
1964-65Division 2
1965-66Division 2
1966-67Division 222172336116582nd
1967-68Division 23rd
1968-69Division 23rd
1969-70Division 21st
1970-71Division 2187652079605th
1971-72Division 218107127113571st
1972-73Division 2
1973-74Division 2
1974-75Division 2
1975-76Division 2
1976-77Division 13317115351521464th
1977-78Division 13615417341471595th
1978-79Division 13619512431641315th
1979-80Division 13618315391601395th
1980-81Division 1361999462101283rd
1981-82Division 13612321271441768th
1982-83Division 13212713311261238th
1983-84Division 132322788521310thRelegated
1984-85Division 2
1985-86Division 2
1986-87Division 2Promoted
1987-88Division 1148152358515th
1988-89Division 11812242687622ndQualified for Allsvenskan
1988-89Allsvenskan1822146489110th
1989-90Division 1145091344598th
1990-91Division 1148422564394th
1991-92Division 11810352384572ndQualified for Allsvenskan
1991-92Allsvenskan18201643810810th
1992-93Division 1146171449447th
1993-94Division 11410132754363rd
1994-95Division 1146171960556th
1995-96Division 1149232665375th
1996-97Division 11410132672413rd
1997-98Division 1149142352394th
1998-99Division 128622014631268th
1999-00Division 11811252478472nd
2000-01Division 128193641175801stPromoted
2001-02Allsvenskan32601934108412610thRelegated
2002-03Division 11413012686271stPromoted
2003-04Allsvenskan32100192135961059th
2004-05Allsvenskan32103172037731099th
2005-06HockeyAllsvenskan421421565611151277th
2006–07HockeyAllsvenskan452102211661261528th
2007-08HockeyAllsvenskan4513621235210014212th
2008-09HockeyAllsvenskan452301417781241056th
2009-10HockeyAllsvenskan522901832951361084thQualified for Kvalserien
2009-10Kvalserien1034121323235th
2010-11HockeyAllsvenskan522118103861411296th
2011-12HockeyAllsvenskan521625566411914311th
2012-13HockeyAllsvenskan521528275611814312th
References
  1. ^ "Almtuna takes its place in the Allsvenskan". aftonbladet.se (in Swedish). 1 June 2019. Retrieved 1 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Eliteprospects.com Almtuna IS". www.eliteprospects.com. elite prospects. Retrieved 3 December 2013.
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