4. Djurgården IF
With seven wins this month, this is the Djurgården IF that everyone has been afraid of - a team that score goals with ease and Adam Reideborn excelling between the pipes to keep the goals against tally low. He currently leads the league with a SVS% of 92.90 and recorded his third shutout of the season in the team's second victory over Brynäs IF in two days on 19 January.
Up front Sweden's Junior World Championships top scorer Emil Bemström has been the league's top scorer in January with 12 points (6G+6A) in 11 games. Meanwhile former New Jersey Devils' Jacob Josefson is back to his pre-injury form scoring 10 points (3G+7A) in the month moving him back up to fourth on overall Total Points, two points behind teammate, Jakob Lilja.
The team has been bolstered at the back by the signing of 34 year old Canadian Jason Garrison who has played 555 games in the NHL, most recently with Edmonton Oilers. But this is a team of homegrown talent, shown in that seven if the squad for the Beijer Games are from the club. Jonathan Davidsson and Tom Nilsson will join the four named above in Stockholm for the tournament.