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IFK Helsinki

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Established
1897 (124 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

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Helsingin jäähalli
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Location
Helsinki, Finland

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Finnish Liiga

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Upcoming Events
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

Latest Results
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

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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.

Team Members
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Rony
Ahonen




Terry
And




Micke-Max
Åsten




Yohann
Auvitu




Henrik
Borgström




Alex
Broadhurst




Sebastian
Dyk




Niilo
Halonen




Elis
Hede




Rasmus
Heljanko




Juha
Jääskä




Miro
Karjalainen




Juho
Keränen




Otto
Koivula




Mikko
Kousa




Matias
Lentämäki




Ville
Leskinen




Anton
Lundell




Joona
Luoto




Joonas
Lyytinen




Johan
Motin




Niklas
Nordgren




Lennart
Petrell




Jesse
Saarinen




Antti
Suomela




Teemu
Tallberg




Eero
Teräväinen




Frans
Tuohimaa




Miro
Väänänen




Ville
Varakas




Tobias
Winberg



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Stadium or Home

Helsinki Ice Hall (Finnish: Helsingin jäähalli, Swedish: Helsingfors ishall) is an indoor arena located in Helsinki, Finland. It has a seating capacity of 8,400.
It is the home arena for HIFK of the SM-liiga. It is sometimes called "Nordis" or "Petoluola", Finnish for "The beast cave", referring to the 2nd logo of HIFK: a red panther. Helsinki Ice Hall used to be the main arena for all important ice sports events, as well as indoor arena concerts, but after the construction of HK Areena and Hartwall Areena, many events take place in the newer arenas.
Nevertheless, the Helsinki Ice Hall still remains an active arena for concerts, conferences, expos and sports events. During the 2016 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, games were played there.

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