CHL playoff draw

CHL playoff draw

Henrik Lundqvist12 Sep 2016Henrik Lundqvist»
 

The group stage of Champions Hockey League has ended and the competition moves on to a round-of-32.

 
 
 
 

The group stage of CHL started August 16 and ended September 11. Coming up now is the round-of-32 that is played October 4 and 11. The draw was made today.

Färjestad Karlstad vs Bili Tygri Liberec
HK Nitra vs Vitkovice Ostrava
Djurgården Stockholm vs KalPa Kuopio
Fribourg-Gotteron vs HC Kosice
Frölunda Gothenburg vs Yunost Minsk
EV Zug vs Eisbären Berlin
Linköping HC vs HC Davos
TPS Turku vs IFK Helsinki
ZSC Lions Zurich vs Grizzlys Wolfsburg
HC Lugano vs HC Pilsen
SaiPa Lappeenranta vs Tappara Tampere
Växjö Lakers vs Red Bull Munich
Kärpät Oulu vs Sparta Prague
HV71 Jönköping vs Lukko Rauma
Skellefteå AIK vs JYP Jyväskylä
SC Bern vs Red Bull Salzburg

Group runners-up (teams on the right) will play at home in the first leg, group winners (teams on the left) will play at home in the second leg.

Finland has the most clubs represented in the playoffs. All eight Finnish teams still remain in the competition. Sweden has seven clubs in the playoffs, Switzerland 6, Czech Republic 4, Germany 3 and Slovakia 2. Austria and Belarus has a team each.

Sixteen teams are eliminated from the Champions Hockey League. Three from Germany (Adler Mannheim, ERC Ingolstadt and Krefeld Pinguine), three from Czech Republic (Dynamo Pardubice, Orli Znojmo and BK Mlada Boleslav), two from Austria (Black Wings Linz and Vienna Capitals), two from Norway (Lørenskog IK and Stavanger Oilers), two from France (Rouen Dragons and Gap Rapaces) and one each from Sweden (Luleå Hockey), Denmark (Esbjerg Energy), Poland (Comarch Cracovia) and Great Britain (Sheffield Steelers).

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