HC Vita Hästen


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Swedish Hockey Allsvenskan

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30 Nov 22 AIK IF  -  HC Vita
02 Dec 22 HC Vita  -  Mora IK
07 Dec 22 HC Vita  -  VIK Västerås
09 Dec 22 BIK Karlskoga  -  HC Vita
13 Dec 22 Djurgårdens IF  -  HC Vita

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26 Nov 22 HC Vita  2 - 0  Östersunds IK
25 Nov 22 Kristianstads IK  3 - 2  HC Vita
23 Nov 22 IF Björklöven  3 - 1  HC Vita
18 Nov 22 HC Vita  5 - 3  Västerviks IK
16 Nov 22 AIK IF  3 - 2  HC Vita

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HC Vita Hästen is a Swedish hockey club, based in Norrköping, which was founded following the bankruptcy of a previous club called IK Vita Hästen. The team plays in HockeyAllsvenskan, the second tier of the Swedish ice hockey system, as of the 2014–15 season.

The current team was founded as Norrköping Hockey immediately following the bankruptcy of the previous club. Norrköping Hockey soon merged with Skärblacka IF to form NSH-96, which soon thereafter took the name Hästen Hockey. Years later, in 2007, the club retook the name "Vita Hästen", but were required by the league to use "HC Vita Hästen" rather than "IK Vita Hästen" to avoid confusion with the first incarnation of "Vita Hästen". The name "Vita Hästen" literally translates to " White Horse".

The previous club, IK Vita Hästen, was a merger in 1967 of the ice hockey sections of rivaling teams IFK Norrköping and IK Sleipner. The merged club was formally called "IF IFK/IKS" but mostly referred to simply as "Norrköping" in the league tables in newspapers and such. However, since IFK Norrköping played in white jerseys and Sleipner was the name of a horse (Norse god Odin's horse), the team soon got the nickname "vita hästen", i e "the white horse". By 1973, this name was so commonly used that it was chosen as the actual club name.

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Himmelstalundshallen is an indoor arena in Norrköping, Sweden. It is home arena for the ice hockey team HC Vita Hästen and holds 4,280 people. Construction was completed on 4 October 1977 and the arenas was inaucurated with a ceremony lasting for three days between 7–9 October the same year. On 29 November that year, an indoor soccer competition was played in Himmelstalundshallen, won by Hammarby IF.

The arena hosted the preliminary games of group B at the men's FIBA European Basketball Championship in September 2003.




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