Last weekend the 39th round of matches was played in the SHL and with just 13 matches to go the league takes a short pause for the pre-World Cup international tournament the Beijer Games, this year taking place in Sweden. The table remains ... Read more»
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|21 Jan 2019 |||Amer Alagić (F)||EC Panaceo VSV||HK MK Bled|
|17 Jun 2018 |||Pal Horvath (F)||Györi ETO HC||Borlänge HF|
|17 Jun 2018 |||Samuel Jakabfy (D)||Györi ETO HC||Borlänge HF|
|08 Jun 2018 |||Oliver Pinczes (F)||Fehervar AV19||Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák|
18 teams from Austria, Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia and the Czech Republic divided into two groups. Slovenian teams play in Green group, the remaining teams in Blue group.
After the regular season, four tournaments are to be played:
A: teams 1 – 3 from blue group + team 1 from green group
B: teams 4 - 6 from blue group + team 2 from green group
C: teams 7 - 9 from blue group + team 3 from green group
D: teams 10 - 12 from blue group + team 4 from green group
No promotion or relegation.
- 2013-2014: SAPA Fehervar AV19
- Youngest player: Denis Simek (13 years)
- Oldest player: Val Usnik (18 years)
- Shortest player: Elias Widmann (152 cm)
- Tallest player: Maximilian Handl (194 cm)
- Nationalities: Austria (22), Belgium (1), Croatia (1), Czech Republic (2), Finland (1), Germany (3), Hungary (18), Slovenia (1), Slovakia (14), Ukraine (1)
Last night in a totally packed Scandinavium in Gothenburg, 12,400 fans saw Frölunda Indians take their third Champions Hockey League trophy in five years. Read more»