Fixtures

Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 01/31 18:00 - Rungsted Ishockey vs Aalborg Pirates - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 02/02 17:00 - Aalborg Pirates vs Odense Bulldogs - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 02/03 18:00 - Rødovre Mighty Bulls vs Aalborg Pirates - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 02/05 19:00 - Aalborg Pirates vs Herlev Eagles - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 02/07 17:00 - Sonderjyske vs Aalborg Pirates - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 02/09 18:00 - Aalborg Pirates vs Frederikshavn Whitehawks - View

Results

Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 01/27 18:00 - [3] Aalborg Pirates v Sonderjyske [4] W 3-2
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 01/22 17:00 - [1] Herning Blue Fox v Aalborg Pirates [3] W 1-2
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 01/18 17:00 - Aalborg Pirates v Esbjerg Energy - PPT.
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 01/13 18:00 - Herlev Eagles v Aalborg Pirates - CANC
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 01/03 17:00 - Aalborg Pirates v Odense Bulldogs - CANC
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/30 19:15 - [1] Aalborg Pirates v Frederikshavn Whitehawks [3] L 1-3
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/29 19:15 - [4] Frederikshavn Whitehawks v Aalborg Pirates [1] W 4-5
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/17 18:00 - [2] Herning Blue Fox v Aalborg Pirates [1] L 5-4
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/16 17:00 - [1] Aalborg Pirates v Rungsted Ishockey [6] W 3-1
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/13 18:00 - [2] Aalborg Pirates v Rødovre Mighty Bulls [9] W 7-0
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/07 19:15 - [7] Herlev Eagles v Aalborg Pirates [2] W 2-5
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/05 12:30 - [5] Esbjerg Energy v Aalborg Pirates [1] L 5-0

Wikipedia - Aalborg Pirates

Aalborg Pirates is a professional ice hockey team (previously known as Aalborg Ishockey and AaB Ice Hockey) playing in the Danish ice hockey league, Metal Ligaen. The ice hockey team first appeared in 1967 as AaB Ice Hockey organized under Aalborg Boldspilklub. They play in the Danish national 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 in the club, the professional license was transferred to Aalborg Boldspilklub ('AaB’). The team is located in Aalborg in the northern part of Jutland and ceased operations at the end of the 2011/12 season, where it was put up for sale. In 2012 the team was bought by investors with the majority of the shares owned by entrepreneur and investor Magnus Kjøller. The team was replaced by a whole new team and organisation launched a "Masterplan 2018”