结果

日期 R 主队 vs 客队 -
01/19 18:00 1 Visby/Roma HK vs Mörrums GOIS IK PPT.
01/19 18:00 1 Enköpings SK HK vs Lindlövens IF PPT.
01/19 18:00 1 史柯瓦德 IK vs 胡丁厄 IK PPT.
01/19 18:00 1 玛丽斯塔德BoIS HC vs Väsby IK HK PPT.
01/19 18:00 1 HC Dalen vs 卡尔玛 HC PPT.
01/16 15:00 1 KRIF vs Eskilstuna Linden Hockey 4-1
01/16 15:00 1 [5] Tranås AIF vs Segeltorps IF [10] 3-6
01/16 15:00 1 IF松兹瓦尔冰球 vs Vännäs HC PPT.
01/16 15:00 1 科平HC vs 基律纳 IF PPT.
01/16 15:00 1 恩舍尔兹维克HF vs Tegs SK Hockey 0-4
01/16 15:00 1 汉肯SK vs 史柯瓦德 IK PPT.
01/16 15:00 1 维默比HC vs HC Dalen PPT.

Wikipedia - Hockeyettan

Hockeyettan is the third tier of ice hockey in Sweden. As of the 2015–16 season, the league consists of 46 teams divided geographically into four groups. Hockeyettan operates a system of promotion and relegation with HockeyAllsvenskan and Division 2.

From 1944 to 1975, Division I was the highest league in the Swedish ice hockey system, but with the creation of Elitserien (now the SHL) in 1975, it became the second tier. Division I was further relegated to third-tier status in 1999 as HockeyAllsvenskan was spun off into a standalone league, but was frequently written as "Division 1" on the Internet, as it was pronounced "Division One". The league was renamed Hockeyettan for the 2014–15 season.

Hockeyettan is the lowest tier to be organized by the Swedish Ice Hockey Association; all men's tiers below Hockeyettan are organized regionally.

History

Swedish Champions during the Division 1 era
Season Winners Runners-up
1945 Hammarby IF Södertälje SK
1946 Hammarby IF Södertälje SK
1947 Hammarby IF Södertälje SK
1948 Södertälje SK Hammarby IF
1949 Hammarby IF Gävle GIK
1950 Södertälje SK Hammarby IF
1951 Djurgårdens IF AIK
1952 Södertälje SK Gävle GIK
1953 Södertälje SK Hammarby IF
1954 Djurgårdens IF Gävle Godtemplares IK
1955 Djurgårdens IF Hammarby IF
1956 Södertälje SK Djurgårdens IF
1957 Gävle Godtemplares IK Djurgårdens IF
1958 Djurgårdens IF Skellefteå AIK
1959 Djurgårdens IF Leksands IF
1960 Djurgårdens IF Södertälje SK
1961 Djurgårdens IF Skellefteå AIK
1962 Djurgårdens IF Västra Frölunda IF
1963 Djurgårdens IF Skellefteå AIK
1964 Brynäs IF Leksands IF
1965 Västra Frölunda IF Brynäs IF
1966 Brynäs IF Västra Frölunda IF
1967 Brynäs IF Västra Frölunda IF
1968 Brynäs IF AIK
1969 Leksands IF Brynäs IF
1970 Brynäs IF Västra Frölunda IF
1971 Brynäs IF Leksands IF
1972 Brynäs IF Leksands IF
1973 Leksands IF Södertälje SK
1974 Leksands IF Timrå IK
1975 Leksands IF Brynäs IF

Division 1 was founded in 1944, replacing Svenska Serien as the top flight of Swedish ice hockey. From its foundation until the 1954–55 season, the league consisted of twelve teams, with group winners facing off in a best-of-three final, and with two teams from the bottom of each group being relegated. From the 1955–56 season, the best-of-three series was replaced with a double round-robin final round with the top two teams from each group. The league was expanded to two groups of eight for the 1956–57 season. The league would continue to have two groups of eight under a variety of different post-season formats until the 1974–75 season. With Elitserien, a new top flight of Swedish hockey to begin play the following year, this final Division 1 season was played in a single group of 16, with the top 10 teams going on to play in the new Elitserien, and the bottom six remaining in Division 1 in its new status as Sweden's second-tier league.

Division 1 was a much broader league as the second tier, consisting of 49 teams in its inaugural season, eventually being reduced to ca. 40, and then 32 during its final second-tier season in 1998–99. During this entire period, the league was divided into four geographical groups, and operated a system of promotion and relegation with Elitserien and Division 2. Starting in the 1982–83 season, the top teams from each group formed a new group in the spring called Allsvenskan. For the 1999–2000 season, Allsvenskan was spun off into a new second-tier league, resulting in Division 1 becoming the third tier of Swedish hockey.

Division 1's relegation to third-tier status resulted in a massive expansion in the number of teams. 78 teams participated in the 1999–2000 season, though this was reduced over the following seasons. Initially, the league was divided into four regions, all of which were further divided into two groups. By the 2004–05 season, Division 1 had been cut all the way down to 48 teams that were organized into four groups. The league expanded again to 54 teams the following season, and would be numbered in the fifties until 2014.

In 2014, the league was rebranded Hockeyettan, and trimmed down to 48 teams competing in the current format with four starting groups of twelve that are then reorganized into 6 groups of eight in the spring. For the first season under this format, the Hockey Association decided to have only 11 teams in Hockeyettan North, giving a total of 47 teams.