|08.09.2017||Vålerenga IF||Storhamar Hamar||3:4|
|12.09.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Lillehammer IK||3:4|
|17.09.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Lørenskog IK||4:1|
|19.09.2017||Stjernen Hockey||Storhamar Hamar||0:2|
|21.09.2017||Storhamar Hamar||IF Frisk Asker||3:4|
|24.09.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Stavanger Oilers||4:0|
|26.09.2017||Sparta Sarpsborg||Storhamar Hamar||3:2|
|30.09.2017||Kongsvinger IL||Storhamar Hamar||1:6|
|05.10.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Manglerud Star||7:3|
|08.10.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Vålerenga IF||5:1|
|14.10.2017||Lørenskog IK||Storhamar Hamar||2:7|
|19.10.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Stjernen Hockey||5:2|
|22.10.2017||IF Frisk Asker||Storhamar Hamar||0:1|
|24.10.2017||Stavanger Oilers||Storhamar Hamar||4:3|
|26.10.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Sparta Sarpsborg||3:4|
|28.10.2017||Kongsvinger IL||Storhamar Hamar||2:4|
|02.11.2017||Lørenskog IK||Storhamar Hamar||1:4|
|05.11.2017||Manglerud Star||Storhamar Hamar||3:4|
|13.11.2017||Vålerenga IF||Storhamar Hamar||2:3|
|16.11.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Lørenskog IK||5:2|
|18.11.2017||Lillehammer IK||Storhamar Hamar||2:3|
|21.11.2017||Stjernen Hockey||Storhamar Hamar||0:2|
|26.11.2017||Storhamar Hamar||IF Frisk Asker||7:2|
|30.11.2017||Stavanger Oilers||Storhamar Hamar||1:4|
|03.12.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Sparta Sarpsborg||8:2|
|05.12.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Kongsvinger IL||7:0|
|07.12.2017||Manglerud Star||Storhamar Hamar||2:6|
|10.12.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Stjernen Hockey||7:0|
|19.12.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Vålerenga IF||-:-|
|21.12.2017||IF Frisk Asker||Storhamar Hamar||-:-|
|28.12.2017||Storhamar Hamar||Lillehammer IK||-:-|
|30.12.2017||Lillehammer IK||Storhamar Hamar||-:-|
|04.01.2018||Stavanger Oilers||Storhamar Hamar||-:-|
|07.01.2018||Sparta Sarpsborg||Storhamar Hamar||-:-|
|09.01.2018||Kongsvinger IL||Storhamar Hamar||-:-|
|11.01.2018||Storhamar Hamar||Manglerud Star||-:-|
|14.01.2018||Vålerenga IF||Storhamar Hamar||-:-|
|21.01.2018||Storhamar Hamar||Lørenskog IK||-:-|
|25.01.2018||Stjernen Hockey||Storhamar Hamar||-:-|
|28.01.2018||Storhamar Hamar||IF Frisk Asker||-:-|
|01.02.2018||Storhamar Hamar||Stavanger Oilers||-:-|
|04.02.2018||Storhamar Hamar||Sparta Sarpsborg||-:-|
|06.02.2018||Storhamar Hamar||Kongsvinger IL||-:-|
|25.02.2018||Storhamar Hamar||Manglerud Star||-:-|
|27.02.2018||Lillehammer IK||Storhamar Hamar||-:-|
Name of home arena: CC Amfi (Hamar OL-Amfi / Hamar Olympic Amphitheatre)
Address: Kornsilovegen 54, 2316 Hamar
Arena attendance capacity: 7000
Avg. attendance 2016-17 (regular season): 4638
The 6th of December 1992 was the opening date of the brand new Hamar OL-Amfi, built for the olympics in Lillehammer in 1994. The area has approximately 5000 seats, and a maximum capacity of 7000.
The arena was built to house the figure skating and short track-competitions during the olympics, and has housed since its opening in 1992 the Storhamar Hockey. In 1999 the World Championship in ice hockey was arranged in Norway, and Hamar OL-Amfi was one of the venues.
In February 2016 the arena changed itss official name to CC Amfi, as the national shopping centre-giant CC, bought the naming rights, and a brand new LED-cube was installed.
(6) 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2004 and 2008
European championships or greatest European accomplishments
2016-17: 3rd regular season, eliminated in quarter finals in playoffs
2015-16: 6th regular season, eliminated in semi finals in playoffs, eliminated in round of 16 CHL
2014-15: 2nd regular season, lost finals in playoffs
2013-14: 6th regular season, eliminated in semi finals in playoffs
2012-13: 7th regular season, eliminated in quarter finals in playoffs.
Storhamar Hockey have been one of the leading clubs in Norwegian hockey for the last 30 years, winning the playoffs six times (1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2008), as well as seven league championships.
Hockey came to Hamar in the mid fifties and in 1957 it got its own branch of Storhamar Idrettslag (Sports club). Despite being upstarts and having quite a modest infrastructure they took big strides fast. By 1963 they reached the second level of Norwegian hockey. Playing outdoors on naturally frozen ice the started to lag behind clubs from bigger cities. So in 1981 the new arena, Storhamar Ishall, was opened and the club celebrated with a second ascension into the top level where they have remained since.
Even though Storhamar were amongst the top teams throughout the late eighties and early nineties they struggled to make the absolute summit, regularly finishing second in the league and going out in the semis of the playoffs. When it was announced that neighbouring Lillehammer would host the 94 Olympics, the lobbyists tried to get one of the arenas to Storhamar. The plan succeeded and in December 1992 they moved in to the new building. This helped the club and the sport immensely, as people now could watch the games in comfort and with a great view. The club's revenues grew drastically and soon the biggest names in the Norwegian game were knocking on the door. At the end of the first season the elusive first trophy was secured when the league championship came to Hamar. In the next few years Storhamar went from being a contender to a dominant force.
The last title to this date came in 2008 when Frisk Asker were beaten in six games. Recurring economic problems forced the club to make cuts, and for few seasons they had to content with mid table finishes. After another crisis in 2013-14 it was all turned around. A group of local businessmen saved the immediate future of the club, and the rest was secured with a love affair between the fans and a very exciting group of players and the club is now a dominant force in Norwegian Hockey along Stavanger Oilers.