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Färjestad BK
Färjestads BK Logo.png
City Karlstad, Sweden
League Swedish Hockey League
Founded 1932
Home arena Löfbergs Arena
Colors Green, white, gold
              
Affiliates

Örebro HK (HockeyAllsvenskan)

BIK Karlskoga (HockeyAllsvenskan)
Le Mat Trophy: 1981, 1986, 1988, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2011

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Färjestad Bollklubb (abbreviated as FBK) is a Swedish professional ice hockey team based in Karlstad. Färjestad has had 20 Swedish Championship final appearances, winning nine times since the Swedish Hockey League (SHL; formerly Elitserien) was started in 1975. The team plays in the highest Swedish league, and have done so since 1965. With their four latest Championship wins, they are the most successful SHL club of the 21st century. They are featured rivals with Djurgårdens IF, Frölunda HC, and HV71.

History[]

Färjestad BK was founded on 10 November 1932 at Håfström Kiosk by Sven Bryhske, Gösta Jonsson, Sven Larsson and Erik Myren. Initially the association's main sport was bandy. Ice hockey was first included in 1956.

In 1965, Färjestad were promoted to the top division (at that time Division 1 Southern) which they succeeded in winning for the first time in 1973. During the 1974/75 season, Färjestad qualified for the first season of Elitserien, and have since never been demoted.

Honors[]

Champions[]

Season-by-season record[]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTW = Overtime wins, OTL = Overtime losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Season GP W L T OTW OTL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
1990-91 40 20 12 8 0 0 48 161 127 2nd Elitserien Lost in finals
1991-92 40 20 11 9 0 0 49 189 139 1st Elitserien Lost in semifinals
1992-93 40 19 16 5 0 0 43 158 133 4th Elitserien Lost in quarterfinals
1993-94 22 7 11 4 0 0 18 66 73 11th Elitserien Did not qualify
1994-95 40 17 17 6 0 0 40 128 135 6th Elitserien Lost in quarterfinals
1995-96 40 20 14 6 0 0 46 150 117 3rd Elitserien Lost in semifinals
1996-97 50 26 16 18 0 0 60 148 132 3rd Elitserien Won Swedish Championship
1997-98 46 24 12 10 0 0 58 154 112 2nd Elitserien Won Swedish Championship
1998-99 50 23 15 12 0 3 81 147 137 2nd Elitserien Lost in quarterfinals
1999-00 50 22 18 10 3 3 81 168 142 7th Elitserien Lost in quarterfinals
2000-01 50 27 15 8 4 4 93 198 157 2nd Elitserien Lost in finals
2001-02 50 33 7 10 9 1 118 182 100 1st Elitserien Won Swedish Championship
2002-03 50 27 13 10 3 7 94 180 134 2nd Elitserien Lost in finals
2003-04 50 24 14 12 6 6 90 161 129 2nd Elitserien Lost in finals
2004-05 50 26 13 11 3 1 92 137 108 4th Elitserien Lost in finals
2005-06 50 23 16 11 4 4 84 134 116 4th Elitserien Won Swedish Championship
2006-07 55 26 13 16 5 4 99 197 145 1st Elitserien Lost in semifinals
2007-08 55 25 19 11 3 3 89 169 147 4th Elitserien Lost in semifinals
2008-09 55 30 8 17 1 3 99 158 122 1st Elitserien Won Swedish Championship
2009-10 55 25 20 10 2 5 87 132 144 5th Elitserien Lost in quarterfinals
2010-11 55 25 19 9 2 2 96 154 124 2nd Elitserien Won Swedish Championship
2011-12 55 23 18 14 1 2 87 124 124 6th Elitserien Lost in semifinals

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Preceded by
Brynäs IF
Swedish ice hockey champions
1981
Succeeded by
AIK
Preceded by
Södertälje SK
Swedish ice hockey champions
1986
Succeeded by
IF Björklöven
Preceded by
IF Björklöven
Swedish ice hockey champions
1988
Succeeded by
Djurgårdens IF
Preceded by
Luleå HF
Swedish ice hockey champions
1997, 1998
Succeeded by
Brynäs IF
Preceded by
Djurgårdens IF
Swedish ice hockey champions
2002
Succeeded by
Västra Frölunda HC
Preceded by
Frölunda HC
Swedish ice hockey champions
2006
Succeeded by
Modo Hockey
Preceded by
HV71
Swedish ice hockey champions
2009
Succeeded by
HV71
Preceded by
HV71
Swedish ice hockey champions
2011
Succeeded by
Brynäs IF
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