Statistics Olympic Qual. 1996-1997

 
Year: Stage: Position:
 
Nationality:
 
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Richard NasheimLWAustria33140
2.Gian-Marco CrameriD/FSwitzerland412320
3.Felix HollensteinRWSwitzerland42024-3
4.Simon WheeldonLWAustria320214
5.Manuele CelioLWSwitzerland402200
6.Patrick FischerLWSwitzerland41012-3
7.Régis FuchsLWSwitzerland41010-2
8.Marcel JenniFSwitzerland410140
9.Mario SchadenRWAustria31010
10.Martin UlrichRDAustria31010
11.Philippe MarquisRDSwitzerland401160
12.Peter JaksRWSwitzerland401101
13.Thomas BrandlCGermany30114
14.Robin DoyleRDAustria30114
15.Herbert HohenbergerRDAustria301129
16.Michael LampertRDAustria40000-2
17.Michel ZeiterFSwitzerland40002-2
18.Samuel BalmerLDSwitzerland400041
19.Marc GianolaLDSwitzerland40000-1
20.Mark StreitDSwitzerland40002-1
21.Ivo RüthemannLWSwitzerland400000
22.Reto von ArxCSwitzerland40002-2
23.Dino KesslerDSwitzerland40002-3
24.Sven LeuenbergerRDSwitzerland400001
25.Gaëtan VoisardRDSwitzerland40004-1
26.Nicola CelioDSwitzerland40000-1
27.Martin BrudererRDSwitzerland40008-2
28.Frédéric RothenLWSwitzerland40002-2
29.Peter KasperDAustria30004
30.Thomas SearleLDAustria30006
31.Christian PerthalerFAustria30000
32.Patrick PilloniCAustria30000
33.Normand KrumpschmidCAustria30000
34.Gerhard PuschnikLWAustria30004
35.Gerald RessmannLWAustria30000
36.Gerhard UnterluggauerDAustria30000
37.Engelbert LinderLDAustria300010
38.Wolfgang KrompRWAustria30002
39.Jürgen RumrichRWGermany30000
40.Günther LanzingerFAustria20002
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