|29 Oct 21||KalPa ||-|| IFK Helsinki|
|30 Oct 21||IFK Helsinki ||-|| Ilves|
|02 Nov 21||IFK Helsinki ||-|| Pelicans|
|05 Nov 21||IFK Helsinki ||-|| Vaasan Sport|
|06 Nov 21||KooKoo ||-|| IFK Helsinki|
|23 Oct 21||Oulun Kärpät|| ||2 - 5|| ||IFK Helsinki|
|21 Oct 21||Tappara|| ||1 - 2|| ||IFK Helsinki|
|20 Oct 21||Ilves|| ||3 - 2|| ||IFK Helsinki|
|16 Oct 21||Jukurit|| ||1 - 4|| ||IFK Helsinki|
|14 Oct 21||IFK Helsinki|| ||4 - 2|| ||Tappara|
HIFK (a traditional abbreviation of Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna, Helsingfors, English: "Sporting Society Fellows, Helsinki") is a professional ice hockey team based in Helsinki, Finland that plays in the Liiga, the sport's top-level league in Finland. The team plays at Helsinki Ice Hall.
The club was founded in 1897 and started participating in ice hockey in 1929. Since then, HIFK has won the Finnish national championship seven times (1969, 1970, 1974, 1980, 1983, 1998, and 2011). HIFK has the highest number of audience in the Liiga and is one of the wealthiest sports clubs in Finland.
One of the major influences to HIFK was the NHL veteran and Stanley Cup winner Carl Brewer. Hired in 1968 as a playing coach, he advocated a North American style of play which has persisted in HIFK since. Brewer's influence on the way ice hockey is played in Finland led to his posthumous induction to the Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003.
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