Danish league ready for playoffs

Danish league ready for playoffs

21 Feb 2012 | Henrik Lundqvist

The regular season of Danish AL-Bank Ligaen ended yesterday and now the quarter final match-ups are decided. Regular season winner SønderjyskE will play Herlev Eagles.

The Danish regular season ended yesterday and the playoffs will start on Thursday. SønderjyskE who won the regular season got to pick their quarter final opponent from teams 5-8 and they choose Herlev Eagles. Runner-up Odense Bulldogs got to pick from the three remaining teams and decided for Frederikshavn Whitehawks. Herning Blue Fox selected EfB Ishockey and the remaing teams Rødovre Mighty Bulls and AaB Ishockey will play the fourth quarter final series.

Just like last season the Danish AL-Bank Ligaen regular season had an average of 1,300 fans per game. A number that the Danish federation is satisfied with.

SønderjyskE was outstanding with 92 points. Second placed Odense got 78. Then followed Herning (74), Rødovre (67), AaB (61), Herlev (49), Frederikshavn (46) and EfB (45). The only team to miss the playoffs was ninth placed Copenhagen Hockey (28 points).

Top scorer and top goal scorer was EfB's Jordan Smotherman who scored 31 goals and assisted to 29.

The president of the League Association, Klaus B. Rasmussen comments the season like this: "The league has been very close, where everyone has been able to beat everyone. And it is so really liberating to see so many young talented players seize the opportunity when they received it.
It's going to give Danish ice hockey a lot also in the long run."

The quarter finals are played in best-of-seven and start with these games:
Bulldogs Odense - Frederikshavn White Hawks
(Thursday, February 23 at 19.30)
Blue Fox Herning - EfB Hockey
(Thursday, February 23 at 19.30)
Rødovre Mighty Bulls - AaB Ice hockey
(Thursday, February 23 at 19.30)
SønderjyskE - Herlev Eagles
(Friday, February 24 at 21.00. - Live on TV 2 Sport)
Ico Facebook Ico Del.icio.us Ico Stumbleupon Ico Twitter Ico Digg it
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 14 Nov 2019 |  Ales Kranjc  (D)
    HK Olimpija LjubljanaarrowEV Lindau
  2. 14 Nov 2019 |  Robert Chaumont  (F)
    EV Lindauarrowunknown
  3. 14 Nov 2019 |  Frank Gentges  (C)
    ESC Wohnbau MoskitosarrowSelect 4U Devils Nijmegen
  4. 13 Nov 2019 |  Pauls Svars  (D)
    HK RigaarrowOlimps Riga
  5. 13 Nov 2019 |  Kirill Elagin  (F)
    HK LidaarrowHK Dinaburga Daugavpils
  6. 13 Nov 2019 |  Maxime Baud  (G)
    HC Valais-ChablaisarrowNice HCA
  7. 13 Nov 2019 |  Simon Mattsson  (F)
    Nybro IFarrowHC Amiens Somme


Czech Rep.:  Tipsport extraliga | 1.liga | 2.liga

Finland:  Liiga | Mestis

Germany:  DEL | DEL2

Russia:  KHL | VHL

Slovakia:  Tipsport Extraliga | 1.liga

Sweden:  SHL | HockeyAllsvenskan

Switzerland:  NLA | NLB

Other:  EBEL | Belarus | Croatia | Denmark | Estonia | France | Great Britain | Iceland | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | MOL-liga | Norway | Poland | Romania | Serbia | Slovenia | Spain | NHL | AHL |

Leagues statistic
League standings
Game fixtures
League leaders

Czech Republic wins Karjala Tournament

The Czechs wins the first EHT tournament of the season after three straight wins Read more»

Long serving Welshman reaches 1000 games

October 26th was a momentous day for a long serving Sheffield Steeler , Jonathan Phillips as he recorded his 1000th EIHL game. He is the first player to have reached this milestone. ... Read more»

© Copyright 2019 European Ice Hockey Online AB & eSports.cz s.r.o. | info@eurohockey.com
Hokejová výstroj