Lukko

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Rauman Lukko
Rauman Lukko logo.svg
City Rauma
League Liiga
Founded 1936 (1936)
Home arena Äijänsuo Arena
Colours Blue, yellow
         
Owner(s) Contineo Oy
Rauman Lukko Oy
General manager Timo Rajala
Head coach Juha Vuori
Captain Janne Niskala
Affiliate(s) Lukko Naiset (NSML)
Parent club(s) Rauman Lukko ry
Championships 1963
Website raumanlukko.fi
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Lukko (Finnish for "lock") is a Finnish sports club based in Rauma, Finland, best known for its men’s professional ice hockey team. The club was founded as Rauma Woodin Lukko in 1936. The representative team currently plays in the Finnish Liiga, the premier men’s professional ice hockey league in Finland. They play their home games in the Äijänsuo Arena, which has a capacity of 5,400 spectators.[1] Lukko won the SM-sarja Finnish Championship once, in 1963. The club also has a top-tier women’s representative ice hockey team, which plays in the Naisten Liiga, and a top-tier women’s representative pesäpallo team, which plays in the Superpesis.

Players

Honored members

NHL players

References

  1. ^ "Lukko Rauma". Eurohockey.com. Retrieved 3 November 2016.

External links

  • Rauman Lukko official web site (in Finnish)


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