|27 Feb 21||Brynäs IF ||-|| Färjestad BK|
|02 Mar 21||Brynäs IF ||-|| Leksands IF|
|04 Mar 21||Brynäs IF ||-|| HV71|
|06 Mar 21||Örebro HK ||-|| Brynäs IF|
|09 Mar 21||Brynäs IF ||-|| Linköpings HC|
|20 Feb 21||Skellefteå AIK|| ||2 - 1|| ||Brynäs IF|
|18 Feb 21||Brynäs IF|| ||2 - 1|| ||HV71|
|16 Feb 21||Rögle BK|| ||6 - 3|| ||Brynäs IF|
|11 Feb 21||Brynäs IF|| ||P - P|| ||Malmö Redhawks|
|08 Feb 21||HV71|| ||2 - 1|| ||Brynäs IF|
Brynäs IF is a professional Swedish ice hockey team from Gävle. The club currently plays in the SHL, the top tier of ice hockey in Sweden. The club has played in the top-tier league since 1960.
Brynäs IF was formed by Nils Norin, Ferdinand Blomkvist and Thure Ternström in May 1912 and began to play ice hockey in 1939. The club has also competed in association football, athletics, bandy, swimming, and water polo. The team has played in the hockey league's top flight since 1960 and has won the Swedish championship 13 times, most recently in 2012.
Brynäs IF became the world's first ice hockey club to collaborate with the United Nations Program UNICEF, after signing a five-year contract with the organisation on 20 November 2013 (expiring in 2018). On 3 June 2014, the club also signed a five-year contract with Gävle Municipality (expiring after the 2018–19 season). The municipality acquired the naming rights for the club's home arena and renamed it Gavlerinken Arena. The latter collaboration also meant the municipality would pay the club to play with ad-free jerseys, starting in the 2014–15 season, as the only SHL team.
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