6-1, 5-3 and 3-0.

The final replay against Brynäs was never very exciting and Luleå are once again Swedish champions after 3-0 in matches.

The club's fifth straight gold was salvaged in front of a 4828 spectator at home in Coop Norrbotten Arena.

Luleå got off to a dream start when Petra Nieminen made it 1-0 on the powerplay after just two minutes of play while Matilda Nilsson was sent off for a tripping.

Brynäs wasn't lacking in locations either. But a telling sequence because it wasn't the Gävle team's day was when big star Lara Stalder – the regular season's scoring queen – had a chance to equalize on a free throw with about four minutes left of the first period, and missed.

Brynäs made one last push with two minutes left and picked out goalkeeper Felicia Frank, but Jenna Pirttijärvi then scored twice in the empty bag and made the final score 3-0.

Luleå recruited strongly before the season and was quickly painted as the big gold favorite. After winning 30 of the regular season's 32 games, and now the gold, it's safe to say that they lived up to the high expectations.