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Season 2018-2019

Club teams

This club in 2018-2019: Spengler Cup

Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Dec. 28 18 | 20:15Team Canada - Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers6-2
Dec. 30 18 | 15:10Team Canada - Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers4-2
Dec. 31 18 | 12:10Team Canada - KalPa Kuopio1-2 SO
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GJared Coreau05.11.1991197 cm100 kgleft
GZachary Fucale28.05.1995188 cm83 kgleft
DKevin Bieksa16.06.1981185 cm94 kgright
DKodie Curran18.12.1989188 cm91 kgleft
DSimon Despres27.07.1991193 cm99 kgleft
DDante Fabbro20.06.1998185 cm86 kgright
DMaxim Noreau24.05.1987182 cm87 kgright
DKyle Quincey12.08.1985187 cm93 kgleft
DPatrick Wiercioch12.09.1990193 cm85 kgleft
CZach Boychuk04.10.1989178 cm81 kgleft
FColt Conrad27.04.1997178 cm82 kgright
RWAdam Cracknell15.07.1985188 cm96 kgright
FZac Dalpe01.11.1989185 cm78 kgright
FChris DiDomenico20.02.1989180 cm83 kgright
RWMatt D’Agostini23.10.1986184 cm88 kgright
CAndrew Ebbett (C)02.01.1983175 cm79 kgleft
CCory Emmerton01.06.1988184 cm87 kgleft
CAaron Gagnon24.04.1986178 cm84 kgright
CDion Knelsen04.01.1989175 cm87 kgleft
CMaxim Lapierre29.03.1985187 cm94 kgright
LWJacob Micflikier11.07.1984173 cm82 kgleft
CTorrey Mitchell30.01.1985180 cm86 kgright
CDominic Moore03.08.1980183 cm87 kgleft
FDaniel Winnik06.03.1985185 cm92 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Mike Kitchen01.02.1956Assistant Coach
Gordie Dwyer25.01.1978Assistant Coach
Kevin Dineen28.10.1963Head Coach
Diego Scandella07.05.1964Video Coach

* no longer in the club

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Adler Mannheim third team to participate at Spengler Cup

According to the Spengler Cup media announcement, the Adler Mannheim of the German DEL will be the third team (HC Davos and Team Canada are the other two) to participate at this years Spengler Cup edition. It will be the 8th time the Germans participate at the New Years tournament. In 2012 they reached the final after beating an NHL-packed team Canada 5-2 but fell short to Swiss Hockey Club Fribourg-Gottéron in the final. Mannheim feel honoured to represent the DEL in the highly regarded Club tournament. Further participants will be announced.

(11 May 2015)

Schedule for Spengler Cup 2014 unveiled

The 88th edition of the Spengler Cup will open with the Genève Servette agains the KHL Team Salavat Yulaef Ufa. The evening game will show case two fan favourites: HC Davos will face Team Canada. Here are the two groups and all the games:

Group Torriani: Genève Servette, Salavat Yulaef Ufa, Jokerit Helsinki

Group Cattini: HC Davos, Team Canada, Medvescak Zagreb

Friday, 26.12.2014:

G 1: Genéve Servette-Salavat Yulaef Ufa / G 2: HC Davos-Team Canada

Saturday, 27.12.2014:

G 3: Jokerit Helsinki-Looser Game 1 / G 4: Medvescak Zagreb- Looser Game 2

Sunday, 28.12.2014:

G 5: Winner Game 1-Jokerit Helsinki / G 6: Winner Game 2-Medvescak Zagreb

Monday, 29.12.2014:

G 7: 2. Group Torriani-3. Group Cattini / G 8: 2. Group Cattini-3. Group Torriani

Tuesday, 30.12.2014:

G 9: 1. Group Cattini-Winner Game 7 / G 10: 1. Group Torriani-Winner Game 8

Wednesday, 31.12.2014:

G 11: Winner Game 9-Winner Game 10

(22 Sep 2014)

Spengler Cup participants unveiled

Cup holder Genève-Servette, Team Canada, Salavat Yulaev Ufa, Jokerit Helsinki, Medvescak Zagreb and Davos are the teams that will compete in next Spengler Cup, as announced by tournament organization. Croatia will debut in Spengler Cup, while Jokerit Helsinki will return in Switzerland after 11 years.

(08 May 2014)

Doug Shedden/Chris McSorley to coach Team Canada

EV Zug coach Doug Shedden will serve as Team Canada headcoach at next Spengler Cup. He was Marc Crawford assistant coach at last year tournament. Geneve-Servette Chris McSorley will work as assistant coach

(08 Nov 2012)

Kölner Haie win Amsterdam tournament

DEL team Kölner Haie won the final of the ERU Prestige Amsterdam Icehockey Cup in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam against their league competitors Krefeld Pinguine with 6-0 (3-0, 2-0, 1-0). A selection of Canadians playing in Europe beat the Dutch national team 6-3 in the game for the third place.

(27 Aug 2012)

Last from Spengler Cup

Team Canada replaced injured SC Bern defender Travis Roche with Doug Lynch from Red Bulls Salzburg.
Kloten Flyers will allign Swedish forward Michael Nylander, recently released by ZSC Lions

(24 Dec 2011)
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