Euro Hockey Tour changes format

Euro Hockey Tour changes format

30 Jun 2014 | Davide Tuniz
 

A radical change is expected from next season: two traditional tournaments will disappear

 
 
 
 

The Euro Hockey Tour passed through a major lifting and will have a brand new format in the upcoming season: with the new agreement between the parties two traditional tournaments - Swedish Oddset Hockey Games and Czech Hockey Games - won't be played anymore, while only "Karjala Tournament", which will be held from 06 to 09 November 2014 in Finland and "Channel One Cup" (18 - 21 December 2014 in Russia) continue to be part of Euro Hockey Tour

In place of Swedish and Czech stages the teams will play two games in three weekends: from 5 to 8 February 2015 (Czech Republic - Russia and Sweden - Finland);  from 15 to 19 April 2015 (Finland - Russia and Sweden - Czech Republic); and from 22 to 26 April (Russia - Sweden and Czech Republic - Finland).

The Euro Hockey Tour was played with the same four-tournaments format since 1997. From 2003 to 2007 medal games were played to determine the winner, in th other seasons place order was determined by the tournament standings; Finland is the biggest winner with eight titles

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