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Established
1929 (92 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

Stadium/Home
Ritari-areena
(5,360 Capacity)

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Location
Hämeenlinna, Finland

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Finnish Liiga

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Upcoming Events
01 Dec 21 Lukko  -  Hämeenlinnan
02 Dec 21 Hämeenlinnan  -  Lukko
04 Dec 21 Hämeenlinnan  -  TPS Turku
08 Dec 21 KooKoo  -  Hämeenlinnan
10 Dec 21 Jukurit  -  Hämeenlinnan

Latest Results
27 Nov 21 Tappara  2 - 3  Hämeenlinnan
24 Nov 21 Hämeenlinnan  4 - 2  KooKoo
20 Nov 21 Assat  0 - 1  Hämeenlinnan
19 Nov 21 Hämeenlinnan  3 - 0  Vaasan Sport
06 Nov 21 Hämeenlinnan  3 - 2  JYP

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Hämeenlinnan Pallokerho (HPK) is an ice hockey team in the Liiga, the top men's ice hockey league in Finland. Their home ice is the Ritari-areena in Hämeenlinna. HPK was established in 1929. The parent club of the team is HPK Edustusjääkiekko ry and the team is sometimes promoted as the "Hockey Playing Knights," with a logo representing a knight's helmet. HPK won their first SM-liiga championship in 2006 and the second in 2019.

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Elmeri
Eronen




Santtu
Hakanen




Juuso
Ikonen




Ossi
Ikonen




Jere
Innala




Valtteri
Jeskanen




Harri
Kainulainen




Markus
Kankaanperä




Henri
Kanninen




Ville
Koistinen




Kristjan
Kombe




Petri
Kontiola




Arto
Laatikainen




Mikko
Lahtela




Otto
Latvala




Eetu
Laurikainen




Daniel
Lebedeff




Atso
Lehtinen




Santeri
Lukka




Daniel
Mäkiaho




Jesse
Mankinen




Joona
Monto




Markus
Nenonen




Eemeli
Räsänen




Miska
Ronkainen




Miro
Ruokonen




Tommi
Tikka



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Stadium or Home

Ritari-areena (also known as Patria-areena, Rinkelinmäen jäähalli or Hämeenlinnan jäähalli) is an arena in Rinkelinmäki, Hämeenlinna, Finland. It is primarily used for ice hockey and is the home arena of the Liiga team HPK and the Naisten Liiga team HPK Kiekkonaiset.
In 2002, a two-track ice exercise center was finished. As a tribute to ten years of the arena company, the arena was renamed as Ritarihalli. The arena was renovated again in 2008 to hold 5,360 spectators and also, merchandise and restaurant areas were refurbished. The arena was a venue for the 2009 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships, with matches being held both in the main and practice rinks.

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