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1.500th official match point for Mika Kohonen

Mika Kohonen has reached another milestone. In the game between Happee and Tiikerit, he made his 1.500th official match point.

To get more into details: Kohonen has now scored 1.500 points in the highest leagues in Sweden (SSL) and Finland (Salibandyliiga) combined, according to his wife Cecilia Kohonen:


Translation: “Today, Mika assisted Peter Kotilainen in scoring 5-1, today’s third assist and his 1.500th point in the highest leagues in Sweden and Finland in total (basic series + playoffs). I think that is impressive, despite some subjectivity.”

READ – Mika Kohonen reached 1.000th points in SSL

In 2017, Kohonen scored his 1.000th SSL point, when he was playing with Helsingborg. During Kohonen’s first year in Sweden (2000/2001), he broke a record that still holds today – 107 points in one season, with an average of 3.7 points per game.

His 1.500th point came from an assist to Peter Kotilainen, who scored Happee’s fifth goal in a game that would end up with a 7-4 victory for Happee. Kohonen gained 3 (0+3) points.

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