Riku Hahl is a Swedish center on Frolunda HC.
Hahl was drafted by Colorado in 1999, while playing for HPK in Finland. He played with HPK until 2001, when he scored 12 points in 55 games. He spent most of the next season in the AHL, but played in 22 games with Colorado. He split time between the AHL and the NHL with the Avalanche over the next two seasons, playing in a total of 92 NHL games. He returned to Finland in 2004, playing with HPK during the lockout, and remained in Europe after the season. He played with HC Davos in 2005-06, and signed with Timra in the Elitserien the following year. He scored 10 goals and 41 points with Timra in 2007-08, and signed with Frolunda for 2008-09.
Hahl has played for Finland a number of times, wining two bronze medals at the 2006 and 2008 World Championships, as well as a silver medal at the 2004 World Cup.