Packed Field Set for 3-on-3 Tournament

Mar 24, 2023 | World Hockey Hub

2011-born Swedish youth hockey team Sollentuna HC watches a game from the bench.
Photo from Instagram | @shc_team11

24 teams to participate in annual Stockholm Trophy

This weekend, 24 European teams will travel to Sweden to take part in the annual U11 Stockholm Trophy. This event features 17 teams from the host country of Sweden, three from Norway, two from Latvia and two from Israel. Participants will compete in a unique 3-on-3, cross-ice format with 15-minute periods. 

Teams have been split up into three groups of eight. Each Division aptly named after iconic Hockey Hall of Fame inductees and Swedish natives Peter Forsberg, Mats Sundin and Nicklas Lidström.

Forsberg DivisionSundin DivisionLidström Division
Brinkens IF White
Malmö Redhawks Red
One Ice Stars White
Södertälje SK
Trångsunds IF Blue
Trångsunds IF White
Ullensaker Flyers Red
Viggbyholms IF White
AIK Black
Bartulis HC 37 Orange
Bartulis HC 37 Black
Brinkens IF Red
Malmö Redhawks White
Nærbø Farmers
Sollentuna HC Red
Viggbyholms IF Red

AIK White
Brinkens IF Black
Järfälla HC
One Ice Stars Blue
Sollentuna HC White 
Spånga IS Blue 
Spånga IS White
Ullensaker Flyers Blue

The Stockholm Trophy is the first in a series of five tournaments this spring. It is followed by the U12 Lilla Resport, U13 Resport Trophy and the U14 and U15 Uplandia Trophy

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