FANDOM


Danish Division 1
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1961 (as 2. division)
1985 (1. division)
No. of teams 14
Country(ies) Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark
Most recent champion(s) Vojens IK
Official website sportsadmin.dk

Danish Division 1 is the second-level ice hockey league in Denmark. It lies below the AL-Bank Ligaen.

HistoryEdit

The 2. division was founded in 1960-61. The tournament consisted of two regional groups (east and west). The winners of the two groups played off for a spot in the promotion/relegation game against the team that finished last in the 1. division (then the top-tier Danish league). Starting with the 1968-69 season, the two regional groups of 2. division were replaced by a national 2. division covering the entire country.

With the expansion of the 1. division to 14 teams for 1984-85, all 2. division sides were invited to join the league and the second-tier competition was not contested that year. When the 1. division changed its name to Eliteserien for the 1985-86 season, the second-level league was reintroduced, with the 2. division being renamed the 1. division.

TeamsEdit

[1]

ChampionsEdit

  • 2015-16: Vojens IK
  • 2014-15: Rødovre Mighty Bulls II
  • 2013-14: IC Gentofte
  • 2012-13: Rungsted IK
  • 2011-12: IC Gentofte
  • 2010-11: Rødovre Mighty Bulls II
  • 2009-10: IC Gentofte
  • 2008-09: IC Gentofte
  • 2007-08: Herning Blue Fox II
  • 2006-07: Hvidvore Ligahockey
  • 2005-06: Herning Blue Fox II
  • 2004-05: AaB Aalborg II
  • 2003-04: IC Gentofte
  • 2002-03: IC Gentofte
  • 2001-02: IC Gentofte
  • 2000-01: unknown
  • 1999-2000: Herning Blue Fox II
  • 1998-99: Gladsaxe SF (Øresunds Cup)
  • 1997-98: Herning IK 2 (West), KSF Copenhagen (East), Gladsaxe SF (Promotion)
  • 1996-97: unknown
  • 1995-96: KSF Copenhagen and Gladsaxe SF qualified for the promotion round
  • 1994-95: Gladsaxe SF
  • 1993-94: Herlev IK and Gladsaxe SF qualified for the promotion round
  • 1992-93: Herning IK II (West), Hvidovre IK (East)
  • 1991-92: Gladsaxe SF
  • 1990-91: Odense IK
  • 1989-90: Rungsted IK
  • 1988-89: Vojens IK
  • 1987-88: Hellerup IK
  • 1986-87: Gladsaxe SF
  • 1985-86: AaB Aalborg
  • 1984-85: not contested
  • 1983-84: Frederikshavn IK
  • 1982-83: Esbjerg IK
  • 1981-82: Herlev IK
  • 1980-81: Hellerup IK
  • 1979-80: Frederikshavn IK
  • 1978-79: Hvidovre IK
  • 1977-78: Frederikshavn IK
  • 1976-77: Frederikshavn IK and AaB Aalborg qualified for the promotion round
  • 1975-76: Frederikshavn IK and Skovbakken qualified for the promotion round
  • 1974-75: Hvidovre IK
  • 1973-74: Brøndby IC
  • 1972-73: Frederikshavn IK
  • 1971-72: IK Aalborg
  • 1970-71: Tårnby Boldklub
  • 1969-70: AaB Aalborg (Hvidovre IK, the second-place finisher, was also promoted)
  • 1968-69: Hellerup IK
  • 1967-68: AaB Aalborg
  • 1966-67: Herning IK and Hellerup IK were promoted
  • 1965-66: Varde IK
  • 1964-65: Vojens IK
  • 1963-64: Rødovre SIK
  • 1962-63: Rødovre SIK
  • 1961-62: Gladsaxe SF
  • 1960-61: Furesö

ReferencesEdit

  1. Danish Division 1 on eliteprospects.com
Danish Division 1 seasons
1960–61 - 1961–62 - 1962–63 - 1963–64 - 1964–65 - 1965–66 - 1966–67 - 1967–68 - 1968–69 - 1969–70 - 1970–71 - 1971–72 - 1972–73 - 1973–74 - 1974–75 - 1975–76 - 1976–77 - 1977–78 - 1978–79 - 1979–80 - 1980–81 - 1981–82 - 1982–83 - 1983–84 - 1984–85 - 1985–86 - 1986–87 - 1987–88 - 1988–89 - 1989–90 - 1990–91 - 1991–92 - 1992–93 - 1993–94 - 1994–95 - 1995–96 - 1996–97 - 1997–98 - 1998–99 - 1999–2000 - 2000–01 - 2001–02 - 2002–03 - 2003–04 - 2004–05 - 2005–06 - 2006–07 - 2007–08 - 2008–09 - 2009–10 - 2010–11 - 2011–12 - 2012–13 - 2013–14 - 2014–15 - 2015–16
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