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Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers

  • Nickname: Ice Tigers
  • Year of foundation: 1980
  • Colours: blue,red
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Nürnberg Ice Tigers Eishockey GmbH
    Beuthener Straße 41 / Eingang 1
    90471 Nürnberg
  • Phone: +49 0911 / 21 79 70 0
  • Fax: +49 0911 / 21 79 70 30
  • Email: office@icetigers.de
  • WWW: http://www.icetigers.de/
 

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Season 2017-2018

Club teams

This club in 2017-2018: DEL

 
Recent gamesseason 2017-2018
Nov. 16 17 | 19:30Fischtown Pinguins Bremerhaven - Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers4-5 SO
Nov. 19 17 | 14:00Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers - Straubing Tigers2-1 SO
Nov. 21 17 | 19:30Krefeld Pinguine - Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers1-2 SO
Nov. 23 17 | 19:30Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers - ERC Ingolstadt-
Nov. 26 17 | 16:30Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers - EHC Red Bull München-
Current rosterseason 2017-2018
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GAndreas Jenike14.07.1988180 cm84 kgleft
GJosef Lala19.03.1997174 cm71 kgright
GNiklas Treutle29.04.1991187 cm84 kgleft
DTaylor Aronson30.12.1991185 cm93 kgright
DBrett Festerling03.03.1986185 cm96 kgleft
DTom Gilbert10.01.1983191 cm95 kgright
DMilan Jurcina07.06.1983195 cm114 kgright
RDPatrick Köppchen21.06.1980180 cm88 kgright
DOliver Mebus30.03.1993206 cm109 kgleft
DColten Teubert08.03.1990193 cm91 kgright
DNichlas Torp10.04.1989181 cm92 kgleft
DMarcus Weber02.11.1992187 cm89 kgleft
LWYevgeni Alanov29.09.1995185 cm84 kgleft
FValentin Busch08.01.1998183 cm80 kgleft
LWPatrick Buzas17.05.1987183 cm85 kgleft
CPhilippe Dupuis24.04.1985183 cm89 kgright
LWYasin Ehliz30.12.1992178 cm84 kgleft
CDane Fox13.10.1993183 cm85 kgleft
CJohn Mitchell22.01.1985185 cm88 kgleft
LWMarius Möchel28.05.1991191 cm91 kgleft
FMarco Pfleger21.08.1991185 cm86 kgright
LWLeo Pföderl01.09.1993184 cm88 kgright
RWPetr Pohl28.08.1986181 cm86 kgright
RWPatrick Reimer10.12.1982179 cm84 kgright
CSteven Reinprecht07.05.1976180 cm84 kgleft
RWBrandon Segal12.07.1983188 cm99 kgright
CDave Steckel15.03.1982198 cm99 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
André Dietzsch23.03.1971Goalie coach
Rob Wilson18.07.1968Head Coach
Mike Flanagan20.11.1968Assistant Coach
Martin Jiranek03.10.1969Sporting Director

* no longer in the club

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The roots of the team can be traced back to the "SG Nürnberg", a club that played since 1958/59 in 2nd Bundesliga, that folded in spring of 1980 after years of financial trouble. Today's team was founded in 1980 as EHC Nürnberg 1980 e.V., as a non-profit organization. Play started in 1980-81 in the Bavarian state ice-hockey league (German: Eishockey-Bayernliga). After a single season, the team moved up to the Southern Regional league (German: Regionalliga Süd), and was promoted again after just one season in 1983 to the 3rd tier German Ice Hockey league (German: Oberliga Süd).

By 1987, EHC Nürnberg 1980 moved up to the 2nd Bundesliga. In the early 90's, financial uncertainty around German professional ice-hockey lead to the foundation of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga - DEL. The DEL was modeled after the NHL, with hopes of providing financial stability through licensing and franchising of teams.

EHC Nürnberg 1980 was admitted to the DEL as a founding member on June 13, 1994, one of 6 teams from the 2nd Bundesliga. As the DEL replaced the 1st Bundesliga and now represents the highest level of German professional ice-hockey, this in effect resulted in a promotion. In the first DEL season, the EHC 80 Nürnberg finished the regular season on the 12th place, only to be eliminated in the first playoff round.

For the next season, the professional team was broken out of the non-profit organization and incorporated as the Nürnberg Ice Tigers, with the youth and amateurs keeping the old name[1]. The 1998-99 DEL season has brought the greatest success so for the for the Tigers; 1st place in the regular season, only to lose in the playoff finals to the Adler Mannheim, who dominated German Ice Hockey in the late 1990s.

In 2006, the Ice Tigers and Bionorica AG, signed a three year agreement giving Bionorica the naming rights to the team. Starting with the 2006-07 DEL season, the team was renamed to Sinupret Ice Tigers

During the 2008-09 season it became obvious that the Ice Tigers were in a dire financial situation. On November 25, 2008, preliminary insolvency was filed and on December 30, 2008, declared. This lead to the corporate sponsor Bionorica pulling their support in March 2009. An investor group lead by local Jeweler Thomas Sabo interveened on April 3, 2009, preempting bankruptcy proceedings and ensuring participation in the 2009-10 season. The team is now known as Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers. Some operations are brought back under the umbrella of the non-profit EHC Nürnberg 1980 as well.

Notable players:
  • from 1980 to 1995: EHC 80 Nürnberg
  • from 1995 to 2006: Nürnberg Ice Tigers
  • from 2006 to 2009: Sinupret Ice Tigers
  • from 2009 to present: Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers
 

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Tyler Beskorowany signs for Nürnberg

After the injury suffered by Andreas Jenike and the ongoing unavailability of Jochen Reimer, the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers have added today Tyler Beskorowany to their roster. The 25-year old Canadian, who last year successfully played for Düsseldorf, has now come back to the DEL after a beginning of the season split between the AHL and the ECHL. Selected by the Dallas Stars in the 2008 NHL Draft, he was elected "Goalie of the year" during his stint with Düsseldorfer EG, being one of the best goalkeepers of the entire league. His contract will be valid until the end of the present season.

(02 Dec 2015)
 

Nuremberg Ice Tigers lead the DEL

With a 3-2 victory against reigning champions Adler Mannheim, the Ice Tigers are now the new leaders of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. For the Franconians is the first win in Mannheim since 2010. The Eisbären Berlin and the Straubing Tigers follow in the leading table after having been both defeated today.

(04 Oct 2015)
 

Nürnberg six months without goalie Reimer

Bavarian DEL club Nürnberg Ice Tigers will miss Jochen Reimer for a scheduled six months which means likely the loss of a full season for the 30 year old who shared goaltending duties in 2014-15 with Andreas Jenike. The bad news come after Reimer needed hip surgery in the off season.

Nürnberg now are looking for a new second goalie and are likely to sign a new player soon to fill the gap with the league start in Germany's highest professional men's league coming this weekend.

(08 Sep 2015)
 

New leadership at the Ice Tigers

Nurnberg Ice Tigers will have a new management duo in the upcoming DEL season. Martin Jiranek is new sports director, while Christoph Sandner will assume the position of CEO.

As a Ice Tigers player, Jiranek still have the record of most games(493), goals (178) and assists (252) of the club where he played from 1996 to 2004 and in the 2006/07 season. Jiranek number 12 shirt was retired by Ice Tigers.

Christoph Sandner recently worked as Communication Manager for sports sponsoring company Thomas Sabo

(11 Apr 2013)
 

Nürnberg almost qualified for playoffs

Nürnberg Ice Tigers made a jump to the 7th spot in the DEL table with a surprising 5-2 away win against current champions Eisbären Berlin. They now have six points more than the non-playoff spots with two games left to play. In the other match of the day Krefeld Pinguine beat Hamburg Freezers 3-2 SO on the road to become 3rd.

(06 Mar 2013)
 

Nürnberg wins record-breaking DEL outdoor game

Home side Nürnberg Ice Tigers defeated DEL record champions Eisbären Berlin in front of 50,000 spectators in the sold-out football stadium of the city, which is otherwise used by Bundesliga club 1. FC Nürnberg, with the score of 4-3 (0-0, 1-1, 3-2). The number of spectators set several new records in European ice hockey. It was not only the outdoor game with most fans in Europe - until now it was the match between HIFK and Jokerit on 5 February 2011 with 36,444 spectators - but also a new DEL record - before it was the game between Cologne and Mannheim on 19 April 2002 with 18,700 - but also the league game in Europe with most spectators in a hockey game.

(06 Jan 2013)
 

Nürnberg without two for the rest of the regular season

DEL team Nürnberg Ice Tigers has to wait at least until the end of the regular season before forwards Patrick Buzas (surgery of his left shoulder) and Evan Kaufmann (wrist surgery) can start again with training on the ice.

(03 Dec 2012)
 

Nürnberg without Aab for a long time

DEL team Nürnberg Ice Tigers cannot count with their forward Vitalij Aab during at least the next ten weeks as a result of an acromioclavicular joint separation he suffered during the season opener against Hamburg Freezers on Sunday. The 32 year old has to undergo surgery tomorrow.

(19 Sep 2012)
 

First Winter Game already gets new DEL attendance record

DEL today announced that the first ever outdoor event in the league's history, which is going to be a match between home side Nürnberg Ice Tigers and Eisbären Berlin on 5 January 2013, already set a new attendance record. With 20,000 tickets sold in the first two weaks of advanced sales the old record of 18,700 spectators in the match Kölner Haie vs Adler Mannheim on 19 April 2002 has been surpassed with almost 4 months left till the match is scheduled.

(12 Sep 2012)
 

DEL Winter Game

DEL announces today that Eisbären Berlin v. Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers will be played outdoors in easyCredit-Stadion on 5.Janurary,2013. The 50,000 seat stadium is home to 1. FC Nürnberg in Bundesliga.

(26 Apr 2012)
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