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League leaders |  season 1994-1995 all time stats
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Petr PrecanDEC Ratinger Löwen4140347466
2.Jiří DopitaCEisbären Berlin4228406855
3.John ChabotCBerlin Capitals4320486848
4.Chris LindbergFKrefelder EV42254166103
5.Mike BullardLWEV Landshut3822436583
6.Robert CimettaRWAdler Mannheim39293564126
7.Peter DraisaitlCKölner Haie4326386428
8.Dieter HegenLWDüsseldorfer EG4030336344
9.Pavel GrossCAdler Mannheim4221416299
10.Jiri LalaRWFrankfurt Lions4117456239
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League standings stage:
# Club G W DL-OTL Score P
1Berliner SC Preussen4433038228:127 69
2EV Landshut4431328187:98 67
3Adler Mannheim4429609164:108 64
4Krefelder EV44293210203:127 63
5Düsseldorfer EG44294110196:128 63
6Kölner Haie44282212185:125 60
7EC Kassel44224117145:138 48
8Starbulls Rosenheim44207116131:124 48
9Schwenninger Wild Wings44187217174:148 45
10Frankfurt Lions44165122110:140 38
11Kaufbeurer Adler44127421138:181 35
12EHC 80 Nürnberg44119123151:187 32
13Augsburger Panther44127025137:189 31
14EC Hannover44134126120:177 31
15Sachsen Füchse448542789:182 25
16EC Ratinger Löwen4495129102:214 24
17Eisbären Berlin44102032136:229 22

First Round:            
Berliner SC Preussen - EC Ratinger Löween 4:0  (4:0, 9:2, 4:3, 4:1)     
EV Landshut - Lausitzer Füchse 4:0 (5:1, 5:2, 4:1, 7:3)     
Adler Mannheim - EC Hannover 4:1 (8:2, 6:1, 2:4, 6:1, 8:4)     
Krefeld Pinguine - Augsburger Panther  4:1 (6:2, 2:3, 9:8 SO, 7:6, 5:2)    
DEG Metro Stars - Nürnberg Ice Tigers 4:1 (7:1, 5:0, 2:4, 4:2, 9:0)     
Kölner Haie - ESV Kaufbeuren 4:0 (5:1, 4:3, 5:1, 8:2)     
Kassel Huskies - Frankfurt Lions 4:1 (6:5, 4:3, 2:5, 5:3, 2:1 OT)  
Starbulls Rosenheim - Schwenninger Wild Wings 3:4 (2:0, 3:8, 2:6, 5:2, 4:3 OT, 3:6, 5:6 OT)

BSC Preussen - Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings 4:0 (5:1, 4:1, 3:2 OT, 8:3)    
EV Landshut - Kassel Huskies 4:0 (4:3, 6:3, 6:3, 11:4)     
Adler Mannheim -     Kölner Haie 1:4 (3:4, 2:3, 5:3, 2:7, 0:6)     
Krefelder EV - Düsseldorfer EG 4:1 (1:0, 5:4 OT, 3:9, 5:3, 4:1)    

BSC Preussen - Kölner Haie 1:3 (3:1, 2:5, 1:5, 0:3)
EV Landshut - Krefelder EV     3:2 (3:4 OT, 2:5, 6:2, 3:2, 5:0)

EV Landshut - Kölner Haie     2:3 (4:3, 1:5, 4:1, 2:8, 0:4)

Last updated: 12 Dec 2011, 17:43
Since the DEL is not under the administration of the German Ice Hockey Federation,
the league works independently. It is completly owned and operated by its member
teams. Each team must fulfill the DEL's basic requirements to remain in the league:
The League format depends on the number of participating teams. Primarily, the DEL
had 18 original members in the 1994-95 inaugural season. In 2010-11, the DEL
operated with 14 clubs. Usually, the teams are playing four times against each other
during the regular season (2 home and 2 away).
The DEL only admits one team of the 2nd Bundesliga (2nd Division) per season to
the league, unless the league strength falls below fourteen. In that case two teams could
be accepted. Since the 2006-07 season, no DEL team can be automatically relegated.
A team can only lose its league status through non-compliance with the leagues regulations.
The champion of the 2nd Division is allowed to promote to the DEL in case it fullfills the
basic league requirements (i.e. an arena that meets DEL standard)
The Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey League, shortname DEL)
is Germany's elite professional ice hockey league.
The DEL was formed as a replacement for the Ice hockey
Bundesliga in 1994 modeled on the North American National Hockey League (NHL).

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