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Dundee Stars

  • Short name: Dundee
  • Year of foundation: 2001
  • Colours: Red, White, Dark Blue
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Camperdown Leisure Complex
    Kingsway West, Dundee, Angus DD2 3SQ, United Kingdom
  • Phone: +44 01382 455 070
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Season 2018-2019

Club teams

This club in 2018-2019: EIHL | Challenge Cup (EIHL)

Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Dec. 08 18 | 19:00Dundee Stars - Milton Keynes Lightning5-2
Dec. 09 18 | 17:00Dundee Stars - Sheffield Steelers2-3 OT
Dec. 14 18 | 19:30Nottingham Panthers - Dundee Stars-
Dec. 15 18 | 19:00Milton Keynes Lightning - Dundee Stars-
Dec. 16 18 | 17:15Coventry Blaze - Dundee Stars-
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
25GCraig Holland24.01.1993188 cm81 kgleft
33GPontus Sjögren13.04.1985180 cm79 kgleft
27DShawn Boutin08.02.1990178 cm84 kgright
24DPetr Chaloupka04.04.1986186 cm94 kgleft
3DConnor Cox18.07.1992181 cm83 kgleft
6DDrydn Dow21.09.1992175 cm77 kgleft
11DKris Inglis06.07.1998182 cm84 kgleft
4DMike Sullivan16.06.1992185 cm85 kgleft
23FJohan Andersson (C)02.05.1987180 cm84 kgleft
73CMatthew Bissonnette16.01.1992193 cm85 kgleft
22RWFrancois Bouchard26.04.1988185 cm85 kgleft
89FCharles Corcoran27.02.1995178 cm77 kgleft
14FJordan Cownie01.08.1995180 cm72 kgleft
15FCraig Garrigan17.03.1998175 cm76 kgright
88RWBrian Hart25.11.1993187 cm97 kgright
22FJordan Kelsall12.08.1999176 cm73 kgright
37LWMatt Marquardt19.07.1987190 cm104 kgleft
10FLukas Lundvald Nielsen21.05.1995175 cm71 kgleft
43LWFabrizio Ricci08.01.1995188 cm93 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Omar Pacha18.11.1986Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Founded in 2001, the Dundee Texol Stars won the Findus British National League (FBNL) and the Playoffs in their first season (2001-02) and then ranked 2nd in the FBNL, top their playoff group and reached the semi-finals of the challenge cup the following season. Stars' third season was a disappointment compared to the previous two, with a low league position and a place in the final of the Capital Cup.

Season 04-05 was disappointing for all three Scottish teams in the BNL (no longer sponsored by Findus). The National Cup, the Keyline Cup and the Challenge Cup were no better. However, the Stars won the Playoffs and fared well in the Caledonia Cup too.
Before the 05-06 season, the BNL folded as the Edinburgh Capitals were accepted into the Elite League but Stars refused to go if Fife Flyers were not allowed to join them. Fife's ice rink did not meet the Elite League standards and Flyers and Stars were left with no other option than to play in the Scottish National League (SNL) and so had to release all of their imported players. Fife won the SNL with Stars 3 points behind in 2nd. Flyers also won the Autumn Cup, the Northern League and the SNL Playoffs.

Season 06-07 introducted the NHL style Zero Tolerance rules and the one import rule with the intent of making the SNL a more skillful league. The Stars have relied heavily on their junior development with many Under 19s and some Under 16s "playing up" as well as managing to secure the services of two of the "old" favourites, Jeff Marshall (Canada) and Patric Lochi (Italy).

In late April 2010, the Dundee Stars were confirmed as having ben accepted into the EIHL, as the leagues 2nd expansion team for the 2010-11 season.

Notable players:

British National League: 2001/02
British National League Playoffs:, 2001/02, 2004/05
Autumn Cup: 2009


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Fast factsseason 2018-2019

Dundee Stars participates in season 2018-2019: EIHL, Challenge Cup (EIHL)


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