|03 Feb 23||AIK IF ||-|| VIK Västerås|
|04 Feb 23||VIK Västerås ||-|| AIK IF|
|08 Feb 23||Östersunds IK ||-|| AIK IF|
|11 Feb 23||AIK IF ||-|| BIK Karlskoga|
|13 Feb 23||Kristianstads IK ||-|| AIK IF|
|01 Feb 23||AIK IF|| ||3 - 4|| ||Almtuna IS|
|28 Jan 23||Södertälje SK|| ||1 - 0|| ||AIK IF|
|27 Jan 23||AIK IF|| ||2 - 4|| ||Kristianstads IK|
|25 Jan 23||Mora IK|| ||7 - 3|| ||AIK IF|
|20 Jan 23||Västerviks IK|| ||3 - 4|| ||AIK IF|
Allmänna Idrottsklubben Ishockeyförening (abbreviated AIK Hockey, or simply AIK), is the ice hockey department of sports club Allmänna Idrottsklubben based in Stockholm, Sweden. Since 2014 AIK's men's team compete in HockeyAllsvenskan, the second tier of ice hockey in Sweden, following a four-year spell in the top flight, the SHL. The women's team competes in Riksserien, the highest division of women's ice hockey. AIK's home games are mainly played at Hovet, which seats 8,050 spectators, though some high-profile games may be played at the Ericsson Globe which has a larger capacity of 13,850.
In the team's 97-year history, AIK has played 66 seasons in Sweden's top division, 27 of which in the SHL. They have won the Le Mat Trophy as Swedish champions in ice hockey seven times (in 1934, 1935, 1938, 1946, 1947, 1982, and 1984) and have been runners-up an additional six times (in 1930, 1936, 1940, 1968, 1978, and 1981).