0-6 against Djurgården yesterday.

And before that 0-3 against the same team last weekend, 0-2 against Leksand and 0-4 against SDE.

The SDHL jumbo AIK has had no further start in the new year.

Four straight losses and not a single goal in 2023.

But today came the ice break.

The home match against Linköping was not even 90 seconds old when Vilma Nilsson broke the long goal drought.

Linköping equalized moments later, but AIK pulled away and Amanda Andersson put a 4-1 numerical disadvantage at the beginning of the second period.

First win since November

The Sun team had 5-3 before the last period, where some nerves were visible.

Linköping reduced with just over ten minutes remaining and put proper pressure on the home team.

The 5-5 tie came with four minutes remaining.

The match looked like going to extra time when AIK suddenly got a chance to decide.

With only six seconds left on the clock, Aino Karppinen splashed in the match decider 6-5.

AIK's first victory since November 26 was a fact.

The team had ten straight losses before today's trend break.

Now, however, they leave the jumbo place after the season's fourth win in 26 games.

HV71 is a new jumbo, three points behind AIK, but with three games less played.