1983–84 Elitserien season

The Elitserien season 1983/84 was the ninth season of the Swedish Elitserien. Swedish champion for the seventh time in the club's history of AIK Solna, while Modo AIK and Västra Frölunda IF descended to the second division.

  • 2.1 tournament tree
  • 2.2 Swedish Champion

Regular Season


The ten teams in the Elitserien first played in 36 regular season games against each other. While the first four teams for the play- offs qualified, the last placed rose directly from the Division I and the last but one had to compete for the league against the best second division in the Kvalserien. For a win, each team was given two points, a draw there was a point and a defeat.

Final Table

Sp = Matches, W = Wins, D = drawn, L = Loss, OTS = Overtime wins, OTN = Overtime defeat, SOS = Penalty victories, SON = Penalty defeat


The semi-final was played in mode " Best-of- Three", the final mode in the " Best-of -Five".

Tournament tree

Swedish Champion

Goalkeepers: Peter Aslin, Gunnar Borg suffering

Defender: Mats Alba, Hans Cederholm, Bo Ericson, Björn Hellman, Tomas Nord, Mats Thelin, Anders Wallin

Attacker: Per-Erik Eklund Jan Ericson, Rolf Ericsson, Peter Gradin, Mats Hessel, Leif Holmgren, Ulf Isaksson, Tommy Lehmann, Roger Lindström, Per Martin Elle, Hans Norberg, Mats Ulander, Michael Wikström

Head Coach: Per Bäckman

All- Star team


  • Guldpucken ( best Swedish player) - Per-Erik Eklund, AIK Solna
  • Top Scorer - Kenneth Andersson, Brynäs IF
  • SICO: s guldpipa (best referee ) - Lars Henriksson