Sweden Hockey Games
The Sweden Hockey Games (also Globen-Cup , Beijer Hockey Games , from 2012 to 2014 Oddset Hockey Games , from 2006 to 2011 LG Hockey Games ) are an ice hockey tournament that has been held in Sweden every year since 1991 . The competition has been part of the Euro Hockey Tour since 1996/97 , in which the national teams of Finland , Sweden , Russia and the Czech Republic compete. Other stops on the Euro Hockey Tour are the Czech Hockey Games in the Czech Republic , the Karjala Cup in Finland and the Channel One Cup in the Russian capital Moscow . Canada also took part in the competition from 1992 to 2003 .
The venue for the Hockey Games is the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm . The winner receives the Globen Cup , due to which the games are sometimes also referred to as the Globen Cup . 2006 was the tournament of Sweden Hockey Games after the main sponsor of the tournament, LG Electronics in LG Hockey Games renamed. After the tournament was held in 2011, LG ended the sponsorship and Svenska Spel was won as the new main sponsor. According to its brand Oddset , the tournament was renamed Oddset Hockey Games . The tournament was not held between 2014 and 2016 and was not revived until the 2016/17 season. The tournament has been sponsored by Beijer , a Swedish building materials trading company , since the 2018/19 season .
Since 1991 the Swedish national team has won the tournament a total of 12 times, followed by the Finnish team with a total of 7 wins.
|2001 II||Sweden||Czech Republic||Finland||Russia||Canada|
|2001 I.||Sweden||Finland||Canada||Czech Republic||Russia|
|Sweden Cup||1984||Czechoslovakia||Soviet Union||Sweden||Finland||-|
|Medal table since 1991
as of 2019
|Soviet Union / CIS / Russia||5||6th||9|
|Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic||2||12||3|