News (En)


May 19th 2017

Joey Tenute won’t return for the upcoming season

Storhamar Hockey and Joey Tenute have agreed to terminate the rest of Tenute’s contract which originally lasted for two more seasons. Joey’s first season wasn’t up to expected standard, mostly due to a series of injuries that disabled him to play or to play at the level he wanted. The club has released a statement which says that both parties have come to terms, an agreement in which Storhamar Hockey have to compensate the player for a non-given sum which equals for approximately 3 months pay.

We hereby want to thank Joey Tenute for his contribution in Storhamar and wish him and his family all the best for the future.


May 18th 2017

Kjetil Martinsen signs a two-year deal for Storhamar

Oslo native Kjetil Martinsen has signed a two year contract with Storhamar Hockey. The 24 year old comes from a Championship winning Stavanger Oilers in which he played the latter part of last season. Before that Martinsen has had spells in Manglerud Star, Lillehammer I.K., Tønsberg Vikings and Frisk Asker. His native club is Vålerenga where he spent his junior years and also had his senior debut.

-I chose Storhamar since they showed big interest from the get-go and also looked to give me an offensive role in the team, something that I appreciate, Martinsen says in a statement.

We welcome Kjetil Martinsen to the Storhamar family.


May 16th 2017

Veteran Skadsdammen continues while others are out

Storhamar Hockey have come to terms with club legend Eirik Skadsdammen for another season. The Lunnersætra native has played a total of 848 official games for Storhamar during 18 seasons, a total that puts him 2nd overall in the club’s history and just surpassed by legend Pål Johnsen’s mind blowing 964. Skadsdammen will hopefully pass the 900 mark in the spring of 2018.

The «moose hunter» is mostly known for his physical presence on the ice doing his best work along the boards, to create plays for his linemates, but still the 35 year old has racked up an impressive 543 points in the yellow and blue strip, 258 goals and 285 assists.

While re-signing Skadsdammen, the club also announced that new contracts won’t be signed with Hamar natives Martin Gran and Martin Blakseth Huse, and earlier in May young Storhamar bred D-man Magnus Eikrem Haugen announced that he would leave the «Yellows» for a new and career refreshing chapter with Stjernen Hockey from Fredrikstad.

During April the club also informed that Alexander Reichenberg (to Sparta Praha), Erik de la Rose (to unknown) and Daniel Hermansson (to unknown) won’t be wearing the Storhamar jersey during next season.


May 13th 2017

Storhamar Hockey sign D-man Emil Frøshaug

Storhamar Hockey have signed Norwegian Emil Frøshaug on a one year deal. The 185 cm / 93 kg defender is an Oslo native and has played for Manglerud Star and lately in Lørenskog.

The 23 year old has played a few National team games for Norway during his career, having 3 A-team caps under his belt and also two World Championships for the U20 team. He is until now reckoned as one of the upcoming D-men in Norwegian hockey.

-I’m really looking forward to playing in Storhamar, Frøshaug says, and continues. -What I have to offer is physical play and solid play in defence. I also like the fact that I have come to a club with a big fan base and lots of people in the stands.

Stats from Eliteprospects.

We hereby wish Emil Frøshaug a warm welcome to Hamar.


May 6th 2017

Storhamar Hockey re-sign former veteran

Storhamar Hockey have signed a one year deal with Swedish veteran D-man Jimmy Andersson. The Swede comes back to the club after a season long spell in GET league rivals Frisk Asker.

Andersson first came to Storhamar from Swedish side Skåre during the summer of 2010, and he continuously played for the club until the spring of 2016 recording 113 points (30+83) in 266 games.

Stats from Eliteprospects.

We welcome Jimmy back to Storhamar.


May 3rd 2017

Steffen Thoresen makes a comeback in Storhamar Hockey

Norwegian and Hamar native, Steffen Thoresen, has come to terms with Storhamar on a 2+1 year deal. The younger brother of former NHL’er and KHL’er Patrick Thoresen played for Storhamar’s A-team during the early stages of his career making his debut in 2004, and he left the club after the 2006/2007-season. The 31 year old comes from a four year spell in Lørenskog.

Thoresen is an experienced two-way grinder, a sort of player that any team needs, and many people in the building will be happy to see him back in the yellow strip.

Stats from Eliteprospects.

We welcome you back to Hamar, Steffen.


April 28th 2017, updated May 5th 2017

Fredrik Söderström new head coach in Storhamar

Storhamar Hockey have signed 39 year old Swedish born Fredrik Söderström as new head coach. Söderström is a Leksand native and comes to Hamar after having spent the last 6 years as head coach of Allesvenskan team Oskarshamn. The Swede, who has signed a two year deal with Storhamar, has been coaching since 1997 and is looking forward to his first coaching experience abroad.

-I want us to play hockey with speed, and also the kind in which our player’s skills come into play, he says, and continues. -It’s also important to build up the team character, so that we can be proud of our efforts after every game, win or lose. About Norwegian hockey he says; -I know that Norwegian hockey has taken some positive leaps forward these last years, and I have coached Norwegian players in Sweden as well. -I also have a player in Storhamar, Henrik Zettergren, whom I coached as a junior in Leksand.

Söderström will use the next few days to get to know the people in the organization, the players in the team that are living in town and the team staff. And he will also have a voice in the ongoing player’s signings process.

Update May 5th:
Coach Söderström has found his assistant coach in Jeff Jakobs, a 28 year old fellow Swede who coached Swedish division 1 team Borlänge last season. Jakobs has signed a 1+1 year deal as assistant coach in Storhamar.

We wish Fredrik Söderström and Jeff Jakobs a warm welcome to the Storhamar family.