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Tappara Tampere

  • Short name: Tappara
  • Year of foundation: 1932
  • Colours: orange, blue, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Tappara / Tamhockey Oy
    Kissanmaankatu 9
    33520 Tampere
  • Phone: +358 020 7457 500
  • Fax: +358 020 7457 515
  • Email: tappara@tappara.fi
  • WWW: Tappara Tampere
 

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Season 1991-1992

Club teams

This club in 1991-1992: Juniors | SM-liiga | Jr. A SM-Liiga | Liigakarsinta

 
Current rosterseason 1991-1992
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GJari Halme13.06.1965188 cm85 kgleft
GJuha Helminen20.01.1968181 cm84 kgleft
LDJari Grönstrand14.11.1962191 cm92 kgleft
LDTommi Haapsaari25.06.1969180 cm92 kgleft
LDPetri Kalteva20.07.1971190 cm95 kgleft
RDVeli-Pekka Kautonen09.05.1970189 cm93 kgright
LDPekka Laksola25.05.1964183 cm84 kgleft
RDVesa Salo17.04.1965194 cm92 kgleft
DBedrich Scerban31.05.1964173 cm80 kgright
RWPetri Aaltonen31.05.1970177 cm80 kgleft
FPasi Forsberg21.05.1971181 cm82 kgright
RWKari Heikkinen28.03.1962179 cm75 kgleft
RWJussi-Pekka Järvinen16.09.1968186 cm86 kgN/A
LWArto Kulmala05.04.1968179 cm77 kgright
CMarko Lapinkoski02.10.1969175 cm85 kgright
FAri Matilainen22.01.1966188 cm90 kgN/A
LWMarkus Oijennus05.07.1970169 cm85 kgleft
CJanne Ojanen09.04.1968189 cm91 kgleft
RWMikko Peltola08.12.1969180 cm89 kgleft
FTimo Susi25.01.1959179 cm80 kgN/A
RWTero Toivola22.07.1968178 cm85 kgleft
LWVesa Viitakoski13.02.1971189 cm96 kgleft

* no longer in the club

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The team currently known as Tappara was established in 1932 as Tammerfors Bollklubb (TBK). The team then consisted of players from the Swedish school in Tampere. The first official game was played in 1934. The team was promoted to the Finnish premier league for the first time for the 1942-43 season, and the team's first win was gained against Tarmo Hämeenlinna in January 1943. In 1946, the team won its first medal, bronze medal, as it finished third in the league, despite losing 19-4 to local rivals Ilves, which ended up as the champions.
The first notable period of success took place in early 50's, as TBK won three consecutive national championships in 1953-1955. In 1955, the team changed its original Swedish name to the Finnish Tappara in order to attract Finnish-speaking players. After that, the team went on to win three further championships (1959, 1961, and 1964), three second places (1958, 1960, and 1963), and three third places (1956, 1957, and 1962) in just nine years. Their winning streak was followed by a more silent period, with Tappara even playing one season (1965-1966) at the second highest level, gaining immediate promotion back to the top flight. A new arena Tampereen jäähalli was built in Hakametsä, Tampere to host the 1965 world championships. After the games the venue became the home arena of Tappara and their local rivals, Ilves and Koo-Vee and Tappara still play their home games there today.

Retired numbers
2 - Kalevi Numminen
3 - Pekka Marjamäki
7 - Timo Jutila
8 - Janne Ojanen
10 - Timo Susi

Notable players:
  • from 1932 to 1955: Tammerfors Bollklubb
  • from 1955 to present: Tappara Tampere

Champions ’59, ’61, ’64, ’75, ’77, ’79, ’82, ’84, 86, ’87, ’88

League winners:
 

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Fast factsseason 1991-1992
Leagues

Tappara Tampere participates in season 1991-1992: Juniors, SM-liiga, Jr. A SM-Liiga, Liigakarsinta

 
 
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