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Established
2005 (19 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

Stadium/Home
Granly Hockey Arena
(4,200 Capacity)

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Esbjerg, Denmark

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Danish Metal Ligaen

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Upcoming
23/02 Esbjerg - Sonderjyske
26/02 Rungsted - Esbjerg
01/03 Esbjerg - Herning Blue
03/03 Herlev - Esbjerg

Results
20/02 Esbjerg 1 - 2 Aalborg
16/02 Esbjerg 5 - 3 Odense Bulld
13/02 Rodovre Migh 0 - 6 Esbjerg
02/02 Odense Bulld 2 - 4 Esbjerg
29/01 Esbjerg 5 - 0 Rodovre Migh

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The Esbjerg Energy is a Danish professional ice hockey team based in Esbjerg, Denmark, playing in the Metal Ligaen, the top tier of Danish ice hockey. The club was founded in 2005 and play their home games in the Granly Hockey Arena which has a capacity of 4,200 spectators.
Until 2004 the team played under the name of E.I.K. (Esbjerg Ishockey Klub), but due to financial instability at the club, the professional license was transferred to Esbjerg fB. In early 2013 after spending eight seasons under the umbrella Esbjerg fB; the football club sold EfB Ishockey to businessman Christian Rølmer Christensen.

Team Members




Ahlberg





Christensen





Grundtvig





Grønvaldt





Hjulmand





Koch





Lillie





Madsen





Nielsen





Nielsen





O'Donnell





Puce





Puffer





Sand





Scheel





Seldrup





Sherman





Søgaard





Torbensen





Vandane





Vinther





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Stadium or Home

Granly Hockey Arena (also known as Esbjerg Skøjtehal) is an ice hockey arena located in Esbjerg, Denmark. The arena opened in 1974 and has a capacity of 4,200 people. Its primary tenant is Esbjerg IK. The arena has been home to the ice hockey club Esbjerg Elite Ishockey since 2005.
The rink has also hosted international Curling matches, most notably the 2011 Capital One World Women's Curling Championship. It will also be the main venue for the European Curling Championships in 2015 and will host the World Women's Championships a second time, in 2019

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