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Aalborg Pirates

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City  Aalborg, Denmark
Founded  2012 (2012) (1967)
General manager  Ronny Larsen
Head coach  Jens Nielsen
League  AL-Bank Ligaen
Colours  Red, White, Black
Arena  Gigantium
Location  Aalborg, Denmark
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Home arena  Gigantium Isarena, Capacity: 5,000

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Aalborg Pirates is a professional ice hockey team that playing in the best Danish ice hockey league, Metal Ligaen. An ice hockey team organized under the sports club Aalborg Boldspilklub named AaB Ice hockey first appeared in 1967, playing in the Danish league and won the Danish league championship in 1981. in 1997 AaB Ishockey merged with a smaller club, IK Aalborg. The merged team was known as Aalborg Ishockey Klub (AIK) in the period 1997–2003, but following financial instability at the club, the professional license was transferred to Aalborg Boldspilklub or AaB. The team was located in Aalborg in the northern part of Jutland and ceased operations at the end of the 2011/2012 season. The team was then replaced by a whole new team and organisation that is called Aalborg Pirates.


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The 2003–04 season

AaB won silvermedals losing to Esbjerg

The 2004–05 season

AaB won silvermedals losing to Herning Blue Fox

The 2005–06 season

AaB won the silvermedals in the 2005–06 season, losing to SønderjyskE in the final by 4 games to 2.

The 2007–08 season

AaB was eliminated in the quarterfinal losing to Odense Bulldogs

The 2008–09 season

AaB finished the regular season in 9th (only behind Frederikshavn by a goal difference of 1). But due to the bankruptcy of TOTEMPO HvIK were promoted up to 8th and qualified for the finals, they were eliminated in the quarterfinal by top seed and eventual silver medalists Herning Blue Fox

The 2009–10 season

AaB won the silver medals, losing the best of 7 final in 4 games to SønderjyskE


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