Fixtures

Swedish Hockey League Women 02/28 18:00 - Brynas Women vs Djurgårdens IF Women - View
Swedish Hockey League Women 02/28 18:00 - Leksands IF Women vs Brynas Women - View
Swedish Hockey League Women 03/05 12:00 - Brynas Women vs SDE HF Women - View
Swedish Hockey League Women 03/06 12:00 - Brynas Women vs AIK Women - View

Results

Swedish Hockey League Women 01/21 18:00 - Linkopings HC Women v Brynas Women L 8-7
Swedish Hockey League Women 01/20 18:30 - [7] Djurgårdens IF Women v Brynäs IF Women [1] W 1-3
Swedish Hockey League Women 01/18 18:00 - Brynas Women v Linkopings HC Women W 7-1
Swedish Hockey League Women 01/15 18:00 - Brynas Women v Goteborg HC Women W 7-2
Swedish Hockey League Women 01/14 18:00 - [2] Brynäs IF Women v HV 71 Women [3] W 6-0
Swedish Hockey League Women 01/09 11:00 - Luleå HF Women v Brynas Women - PPT.
Swedish Hockey League Women 01/08 15:00 - Modo Hockey Women v Brynas Women - PPT.
Swedish Hockey League Women 12/29 14:00 - [6] AIK Women v Brynäs IF Women [2] W 1-6
Swedish Hockey League Women 12/28 17:00 - SDE HF Women v Brynas Women - PPT.
Swedish Hockey League Women 12/09 18:00 - Brynas Women v Leksands IF Women W 8-3
Swedish Hockey League Women 12/04 15:00 - Goteborg HC Women v Brynas Women W 2-13
Swedish Hockey League Women 12/03 18:00 - HV 71 Women v Brynas Women W 2-4

Wikipedia - Brynäs IF Dam

Brynäs IF Dam are an ice hockey team in the Swedish Women's Hockey League (SDHL). They play in Gävle, on the eastern-central coast of Sweden, at the Monitor ERP Arena. A constituent part of the Swedish sports club Brynäs IF, they are the sister team of Brynäs IF of the Swedish Hockey League (SHL).

History

Between 2010 and 2013, the club advanced to the Riksserien playoff finals four seasons in a row, finishing in second place each time. In 2014, the club unveiled new jerseys, the only ones in Europe to be completely ad-free.

Between 2013 and 2019, the club saw its fortunes decline dramatically, and in 2017, head coach Madeleine Östling left the club to coach Linköping instead.

After the 2017–18 season saw Brynäs finish in 8th place amid numerous complaints surrounding the treatment of players, the club launched a significant rebuild, firing head coach Åke Lilljebjörn, increasing investment into development programmes, and signing star forward Erika Grahm on a player-coach contract with the intention of training her to be the organisation's future Sports Manager.

After making a number of major signings, including Lara Stalder, Michela Cava, and Kateřina Mrázová, improved to 3rd in the league during the 2019–20 SDHL season, and advanced to the semi-finals for the first time in seven years. In January 2020, the club announced a cooperation with the municipality to create a local sports education centre, allowing young girls to specialise in hockey education during high school. After the end of the season, Stalder would be the first women to be awarded the Guldhjälmen as the SDHL's most valuable player.

The team began the 2020–21 SDHL season with a seven-game winning streak, the last team in the league to remain undefeated until a 5–3 loss to Linköping HC.