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HIJS HOKIJ Den Haag

  • Name in original language: Haagsche Ijshockey Stichting
  • Nickname: Wolves
  • Year of foundation: 1933
  • Colours: blue, light red, dark red
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Hijs Hokij Wolves
    Gorzenveld 2
    2727 AR Zoetermeer
  • Phone: +31 (0) 70 3099514
  • Fax: +31 (0) 70 3099515
  • Email: info@HijsHokij.nl
  • WWW: HIJS Hokij
 

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Season 2018-2019

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This club in 2018-2019: Be-Ne Liga

 
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
DStijn Knoop19.01.1998192 cm74 kgleft
DJustin van Baarsen20.11.2001177 cm75 kgleft
DMaurice van der Schuit30.03.1990185 cm84 kgleft
DMike van Oeveren23.10.1994- cm- kgleft
FLevi Boer08.10.1997184 cm81 kgright
FMarco Bommezijn21.05.1987175 cm65 kgleft
FJoey Oosterveld23.03.1989179 cm75 kgleft
FAlan van Bentem12.09.1986187 cm89 kgleft
FStace van Bentem31.12.1991188 cm87 kgleft
FDonny van Musscher14.04.1992190 cm85 kgleft
FDiordy Vols27.08.1997179 cm76 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Chris Eimers09.06.1972Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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The team was founded on April 16, 1933 as part of a three-team league (together with Tilburg and Amsterdam) called the Nederlandse IJshockey Bond. This league began play in 1934. In 1937-38 The Hague won the championship for the first time, repeating in 1938-39 and winning the Western Europe Cup. The team played all of its 1940 season in Tilburg and Amsterdam because of a lack of home arena.

Dutch hockey was interrupted during the German occupation from 1941-1944, but resumed in 1945 when an arena was rebuilt in The Hague. Nederlandse IJshockey Bond set up the Eeredivisie, the top Dutch ice hockey division, in 1946. HHIJC was once again competitive, winning the Eredivise championship in 1946 and 1948. In 1947, HHIJC merged with the Penguins, another Hague team.

The team was most dominant during the relaunch of the Eeredivie in the 1960s, repeating five times as champions from 1964 to 1969. The team then entered into a period of almost 40 years of decline, winning no championships and only intermittently playing in the Eredivisie from the 1980s to the early 2000s. In 1996, HHIJS merged with another Hague team, HOKY, to become the HHIJS HOKY Wolves.

In 2004, the team permanently re-entered the Eredivisie, finishing in last place (1-0-3-16 in 2005-06; 3-1-0-16 in 2006-2007). In 2007-08, it dropped the "Wolves" nickname and played as "HYS The Hague", a name reminiscent of successful teams of the past. That year, it had its first winning season in the Eredivisie since 1979, with a record of 14 wins, 2 overtime wins, 2 overtime losses and 6 regular season losses, good enough for third place.

In 2008-09, the team improved to second place overall with a record of 14-3-2-5, and won its first National Championship in 40 years by defeating Tilburg in the playoff finals. This would have qualified the team to participate in the 2009-2010 Champions Hockey League, but the tournament was cancelled for financial reasons. Instead, the team participated in the 2010 Continental Cup, making it to the third stage

  • from 1945 to 1964: H.H.IJ.C Den Haag
  • from 1964 to 1991: H.IJ.S. Hoky Den Haag
  • from 1991 to 1993: Groenwegen Meubelen Den Haag
  • from 1993 to 1995: HIJS Den Haag
  • from 1995 to 1999: HIJS Hoky Wolves Den Haag
  • from 1999 to 2001: Knijnenburg Wolves Den Haag
  • from 2001 to 2002: HIJS Hokij Wolves Den Haag
  • from 2002 to 2004: Kalisvaart Wolves Den Haag
  • from 2004 to 2006: Skoda Duindam Wolves Den Haag
  • from 2006 to 2008: Hijs Den Haag
  • from 2008 to 2014: HYS The Hague
  • from 2014 to present: HIJS HOKIJ Den Haag

Eredivisie National Championship: 1945-46; 1947-48; 1964-65; 1965-66; 1966-67; 1967-68; 1968-69; 2008-09.

Dutch National Champions (before Eredivisie or when did not operate): 1937-38; 1938-39; 1952-53; 1953-54; 1954-55

Western Europe Cup/International Cup: 1938; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952; 1963

Barbanson Cup: 1949

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Continental Cup 2nd Round, Day #2

In Dunaujvaros B Group Belgian White Caps Tourhout made a sensation beating 5-3 Dutch champion HYS The Hague with an amazing performance by American goalie Tyler O'Brien, 53 saves and it's almost qualyfing for an historic third round. Host Dunaujvarosi Acelbikak hammered 7-1 Spanish champion CH Jaca: a significant 80-10 shoots on goal says a lot about a one-sided game.
C Group in Miercurea Ciuc, Romania opened with an easy victory by Metalurgs Liepaja. Latvian side scored 11 goals against Olimpija Ljubljana with an hattrick by Juris Upitis, while Sport Club says goodbye to qualification after 1-5 suffered by Beybarys Atyrau, now with a chance to advance if Liepaja will lost in last game.
Follow all Continental Cup results and stats on Eurohockey.com here

(23 Oct 2011)
 

Continental Cup 2nd Round results

The second Round of Continental Cup started on Friday, with two groups in Miercurea Ciuc (ROM) and Dunaujvaros (HUN). In Romania, Liepaja Metalurgs opened tournament with a shoot-outs victory against Kazakh champion Beybarys Atyrau: 3-2 with decisive shoot-out by Juris Upitis. Host SC Csikszereda easily won its first match, 8-3 against HK Olimpija Ljubljana (farm of EBEL main team) with 2 goals scored by Ede Mihaly.
In Hungarian seed White Caps Turnhout, winner of preliminary group, didn't have problem with Spanish champion CH Jaca: 7-3 and 3 goals by veteran Marek Ziarny while Dunaujvarosi Acelbikak frustrated its fans loosing 3-1 with Dutch HYS The Hague

(22 Oct 2011)
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HIJS HOKIJ Den Haag participates in season 2018-2019: Be-Ne Liga

 
 
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