|27 Feb 21||Frölunda HC ||-|| Djurgårdens IF|
|09 Mar 21||Djurgårdens IF ||-|| Leksands IF|
|11 Mar 21||IK Oskarshamn ||-|| Djurgårdens IF|
|13 Mar 21||Djurgårdens IF ||-|| Färjestad BK|
|20 Mar 21||Djurgårdens IF ||-|| Brynäs IF|
|25 Feb 21||Malmö Redhawks|| ||3 - 1|| ||Djurgårdens IF|
|23 Feb 21||Örebro HK|| ||1 - 0|| ||Djurgårdens IF|
|20 Feb 21||Luleå HF|| ||4 - 5|| ||Djurgårdens IF|
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Djurgårdens IF Ishockeyförening (English: Djurgården IF Ice Hockey Club) is a professional ice hockey team based in Stockholm, Sweden, affiliated with the Djurgårdens IF umbrella organization. Djurgården is the most successful Swedish hockey team of all time, as 16-time Swedish Champions, 9-time runners-up, and leaders of the marathon table for the top flight of Swedish hockey, as well as two-time European Cup winners. Following two seasons in second-tier HockeyAllsvenskan, Djurgården has been promoted for play in the SHL for the 2014–15 season.
Djurgården's home arena is Hovet, with a capacity of 8,094, but high-profile matches such as derbies against AIK and some playoff games are played in the Ericsson Globe with its larger capacity of 13,850.
The most common nicknames for the team are "Järnkaminerna" (The Iron Stoves), "Stockholms stolthet" (The Pride of Stockholm) and "Mesta mästarna" (The Winners of Most Championships). Djurgården also has a supporters' club called Järnkaminerna, which it shares with the football department.
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