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Swedish Hockey League secures long-term stability with strong TV4 Media renewal

Frölunda HC players celebrate a win. (Photo by RvS.Media/Basile Barbey/Getty Images)

The Swedish Hockey League has ensured its long-term financial security by boosting the value of its domestic rights by over a third in a renewal with TV4 Media out to 2029-30.

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