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EC Red Bull Salzburg

 
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Season 2018-2019

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Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Sep. 08 18 | 18:20EC Red Bull Salzburg - Växjö Lakers4-3
Oct. 10 18 | 19:45SC Bern - EC Red Bull Salzburg2-1 SO
Oct. 17 18 | 19:30EC Red Bull Salzburg - SC Bern2-1
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GLukas Herzog07.02.1993183 cm75 kgleft
GSteven Michalek06.08.1993188 cm89 kgleft
GNicolas Wieser30.08.1997170 cm65 kgleft
DDominique Heinrich31.07.1990175 cm76 kgleft
DAlexander Pallestrang04.04.1990184 cm86 kgleft
DBob Raymond07.08.1985178 cm84 kgleft
DBrent Regner17.05.1989183 cm77 kgright
LDMartin Stajnoch15.09.1990180 cm90 kgright
DLayne Viveiros04.08.1995182 cm86 kgleft
D/FMattias Trattnig22.09.1979185 cm96 kgleft
FFlorian Baltram25.03.1997174 cm66 kgleft
FAlexander Cijan16.05.1994180 cm84 kgleft
FRyan Duncan14.07.1985168 cm75 kgleft
FDustin Gazley03.10.1988173 cm68 kgN/A
RWBrant Harris08.10.1989185 cm84 kgright
FRaphael Herburger02.01.1989178 cm72 kgleft
FPeter Hochkofler04.10.1994189 cm83 kgright
FMario Huber08.08.1996187 cm99 kgright
CJohn Hughes06.01.1988178 cm79 kgright
FDaniel Jakubitzka17.06.1996167 cm63 kgleft
FThomas Raffl19.06.1986193 cm92 kgleft
FAlexander Rauchenwald11.05.1993177 cm71 kgleft
FMichael Schiechl29.01.1989181 cm87 kgleft
CChris van de Velde15.03.1987188 cm93 kgleft
FChristof Wappis18.08.1997172 cm63 kgright
FDario Winkler18.05.1997176 cm70 kgright

* no longer in the club

Eisarena Salzburg

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The history of ice hockey in Salzburg at the highest level dates back to 1977/1978, when the then HCS took a sensational third place in the first division
This helped to increase the popularity of Salzburg ice hockey massively, and December 1977 saw the ice rink sold out for the first time. Ten years later in 1988, the Salzburg ice hockey club, now known as SEC, were once again on course for the title.
After a strong season which included spell at the top in the preliminary round standings, Salzburg failed to take its first Bundesliga championship, and its ailing economic situation eventually saw the relegation of SEC from the first division. The EC Salzburg was founded in 1995 by the merger of the two small clubs Morzg EC and EC Tiefenbach. Shortly after the foundation the company Kaindl become the first main sponsor and changed the club name in EC Kaindl Salzburg
The more recent history of the Salzburg ice hockey club began in 2000 with the return of Red Bull as sponsor as well as eponym. Red Bulls became champions of the Oberliga as quickly as the 2000/2001 season (the Oberliga was then the equivalent of the second division), but weren't quite yet ready for the highest level. Until three years later, that is. The Red Bulls fought their way back to the championship in the Nationalliga, ending the Salzburg ice hockey club's 16 years of absence from the Bundesliga. In 2006\07 Red Bulls won it's first title

Notable players:
  • from 1977 to 1988: HC Salzburg
  • from 1988 to 1995: Salzburg EC
  • from 1995 to 2000: EC Kaindl Salzburg
  • from 2000 to 2005: EC The Red Bulls Salzburg
  • from 2005 to 2007: EC Red Bulls Salzburg
  • from 2007 to present: EC Red Bull Salzburg

2000/2001: Oberliga Champion
2001/2002: Austrian Nationalliga Final
2002/2003: Austrian Nationalliga Final
2003/2004: Austrian Nationalliga Champion

2004/2005: 7th place
2005/2006: Final
2006/2007: Austrian Champion
2007/2008: Austrian Champion
2008/2009: Final
2009/2010: Austrian Champion

International Trophies

2007: Electro Oil Trophy Champion
2009: Red Bulls Salute Champion
2009/2010: IIHF Continental Cup Champion

League winners:
 

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Set for JCWC final

Loko Yaroslavl of Russia and HV71 of Sweden will play tomorrow's final of the 2018 Junior Club World Cup.

HV71 knocked out Ottawa Capitals of Canada 4-2 in the first semi final. Loko Yaroslavl then eliminated Austrian Red Bull Salzburg with a comfortable 8-2 win.

(25 Aug 2018)
 

EBEL semifinals start today

After Red Bull eliminated Klagenfurter AC with a 5-2 win in Game 7, today the semi-finals start in Erste Bank Eishockey Liga. Defendig champion Salzburg will be challenged by Villacher SV. Orli Znojmo vs Black Wings Linz is the other match-up in the race for a spot in the final.

(13 Mar 2016)
 

Komarek unleashes the inner Granlund

In Game 2 of the EBEL Quarter Finals, Konstantin Komarek of Red Bull Salzburg helped his team with THIS gorgeous goal (click here to watch the video). In 'Grandlund-fashion' the 23-year-old Austrian scored on Klagenfurter AC to increase the series' lead to two. Also Linz, Dornbirn and Villach are now up 2:0 in their match-ups.

(28 Feb 2016)
 

EBEL playoff draw made

In EBEL, the top-3 seeded club could pick their opponent for the first playoff round. Following matchups will battle in the quarterfinals:

Red Bull Salzburg (1) - Klagenfurter AC (8)

Orli Znojmo (2) - Dornbirn Bulldogs (5)

Vienna Capitals (3) - VSV Villach (7)

HC Bolzano Foxes (4) - Black Wings Linz (6)

(23 Feb 2016)
 

Last-minute roster changes in EBEL

With only three games left before the start of the playoffs, the clubs in EBEL had to make the final roster decisions. In order to stay within the 60-point-limit under the EBEL point system, four clubs made signficant choices going into the playoffs.

Red Bull Salzburg signed Juuso Riksman as the new backup. GK Fabian Weinhandl and FW Marco Brucker were released to make space for the Finnish net minder. The Vienna Capitals scratched Kurtis McLean, whereas Roland Hofer will no-longer be part of the roster of the Bolzano Foxes. Davide Nicoletti, who was part of the Italian's championship winning team in 2014, will take Hofer's spot in the line-up. Orli Znojmo increased its depth between the pipes acquiring Jan Lukas.

(16 Feb 2016)
 

Austria made changes in Olympic roster

Due to injuries, Austria is forced to make changes in Olympic roster: goalkeeper Fabian Weinhandl was replaced with Mathias Lange (Iserlohn Roosters GER). Forward Andreas Kristler was replaced by Andreas Nodl (Red Bulls Salzburg)

(28 Jan 2014)
 

Don Jackson confirmed at Salzburg

The rumour it's now confirmed by Red Bulls: former Eisbaren Berlin coach Don Jackson is the new headcoach of Austrian team. The 56-year-old American has enjoyed a very successful six-year stint as head coach of the Eisbären Berlin, winning 5 DEL titles, the last three consecutive and an European Trophy. In Salzburg he replaces Pierre Pagé, who left the team after six seasons, three EBEL titles and a Continental Cup, to join Red Bull München.

Couriously Jackson come to Berlin in 2007 replacing Pierre Pagé as head coach and subsequently taking the Eisbären to five German championship titles (DEL).

(03 Jun 2013)
 

Pierre Page’s era as Salzburg coach over

Pierre Page will cease to be the head coach of Red Bull Salzburg. It was officially announced after they lost in the semifinal series to Vienna Capitals 4-2. Nevertheless he will stay with Red Bull as Sports Director of Red Bull Salzburg and Red Bull Munich.

(27 Mar 2013)
 

Derrick Brassard left Salzburg

Despite a lock-out contract still valid, Canadian forward Derrick Brassard left Red Bulls Salzburg
Austrian club has already requested the IIHF requesting an assessment of the situation.

Previously another two NHLers - forward David Clarkson and defender Tobias Enstrom - left the club

Brassard agent Allan Walsh called out the cause of his client departure the unprofessional management and one of the players who left the Austrian team said that the Red Bull are "a parody of an hockey club".

(25 Dec 2012)
 

Shawn Hunwick has to leave Salzburg

EC Red Bull Salzburg from Austria used a release clause to end their contract with American goalie Shawn Hunwick early. In three European Trophy games the former one-time NHL player had a save percentage of 92.5 per cent.

(01 Sep 2012)
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Fast factsseason 2018-2019
Leagues

EC Red Bull Salzburg participates in season 2018-2019: Champions Hockey League, EBEL, Junior Club World Cup, EBJL, NOEN Extraliga

 
 
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