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2016–17 Norwegian Hockey League
Norwegian Hockey League (NOHL) Logo (MGS)
League Norwegian Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 2016 – March 2017
Number of teams 10
TV partner(s) TV 2 Sportskanalen
Regular season
Playoffs
Finals
NOHL seasons
← 2015–16
2017–18 →

The 2016–17 Norwegian Hockey League season will be the 78th season of Norway's premier ice hockey league.

The regular season will begin play in September 2016. There were no team changes from the 2015–16 season.

Participating teams

Team City Arena Capacity Coach
Frisk Asker Ishockey logo Frisk Asker Asker Askerhallen 6,050 Sweden Sune Bergman
Bergenlogo Bergen IK Bergen Bergen ishall 7,800 Norway Geir Hoff
Lillehammer IK Lillehammer IK Lillehammer Kristins Hall 5,120 Sweden Mikael Kvarnström
Rihklogo Rosenborg IHK Trondheim Leangen Arena 8,200 Norway Svein Enok Nørstebø
Sparta Warriors logo Sparta Warriors Sarpsborg Sarpsborg Sparta Amfi 5,064 Sweden Lenny Eriksson
Stavanger Oilers Stavanger Oilers Stavanger DNB Arena 9,820 Norway Pål Kristian Guldbrandsen
Stjernen Hockey logo Stjernen Hockey Fredrikstad Stjernehallen 4,820 Finland Jarmo Tolvanen
Storhamarlogo Storhamar Hockey Hamar CC Arena 6,091 Norway Sjur Robert Nilsen
Tromsø IK logo Tromsø IK Tromsø Nordlyshallen 6,700 Finland Pekka Tirkkonen
VIFhockeylogo Vålerenga Ishockey Oslo Jordal Amfi 12,350 Norway Roy Johansen

Standings

Pos Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Stavanger Oilers Regular season champions
2 Vålerenga Ishockey Advance to playoffs
3 Storhamar Hockey
4 Rosenborg IHK
5 Frisk Asker
6 Sparta Warriors
7 Tromsø IK
8 Stjernen Hockey
9 Bergen IK Qualification to Relegation playoffs
10 Lillehammer IK

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