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Mestis

  • League status: Active
  • English name: Mestaruussarja
  • Administered by: Finnish Ice Hockey Association
  • Head manager: Timo Bäckman
  • Year of start: 2000
  • WWW: http://www.mestis.fi
 

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Recent transfersShow all transfers»
29 Jun 2012 | Joonas Hyttinen  (F) SaPKo SavonlinnaarrowHC KeskiU
26 Jun 2012 | Nick Dineen  (F) Elmira JackalsarrowKooKoo Kouvola
21 Jun 2012 | Antti Kauppila  (D) Peliitat HeinolaarrowAsplöven HC
21 Jun 2012 | Eemeli Sivonen  (G) Jokipojat JoensuuarrowS-Kiekko Seinäjoki
League leaders |  season 2011-2012 all time stats
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Jussi TapioFSport Vaasa44163147496
2.Juuso RajalaCJokipojat Joensuu4111344518-1
3.Mika HalavaFSport Vaasa452023433623
4.Ville-Vesa VainiolaFTuTo Turku45152843229
5.Jesper PiitulainenRWJukurit Mikkeli46162642338
6.Antti VirtanenRWTuTo Turku39152742148
7.Mika KujanpääFSport Vaasa461919381421
8.Iiro MemonenFJukurit Mikkeli461523383216
9.Tobias SalmelainenLWJukurit Mikkeli421325388118
10.Mikael RuohomaaCJokipojat Joensuu4412263836-8
Show all stats for season 2011-2012
League standings stage:
# Club G W W-OTL-OTL Score P
1Jukurit Mikkeli4625759164:107 94
2KooKoo Kouvola46253108121:94 91
3Sport Vaasa46244810154:104 88
4Jokipojat Joensuu46188416142:134 74
5SaPKo Savonlinna46186319136:126 69
6TuTo Turku46166420132:150 64
7Hokki Kajaani461541017113:125 63
8Kiekko-Vantaa46136621118:143 57
9JYP-Akatemia46147025104:156 56
10LeKi Lempäälä46144523105:130 55
11Peliitat Heinola46124426103:123 48

Kiekko-Laser went bankrupt on the 5th of Dec 2011 and its games (27) were annulled.

Last updated: 15 Feb 2012, 22:59
  • from 1936 to 1975: Suomensarja
  • from 1975 to 2000: I-divisioona
  • from 2000 to present: Mestis

Mestis is the 2nd highest level in Finnish icehockey. It was founded 1974 and the name was those days I divisioona (1st division). During season 1994-96 name was changed to Fazer-league (according the sponsor) but it was changed back to I divisioona 1996 and from the season 2000-01 the name has been Mestis.

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Ketterä Imatra wins Mestis

Ketterä Imatra defends the Mestis title from 2019 after beating Hermes Kokkola in the finals.

(29 Apr 2021)
 

Finnish goalie released for pro-drug comments

Richard Ullberg, goalie of second-tier Mestis side Hermes Kokkola, was released by his team due to violating the club's anti-drug policy. The 22-year old made positive comments about the use of cannabis on his personal social media accounts which made a further work relationship with the club impossible.

Ullberg, who already played in top division Liiga and Austrian-based EBEL earlier in his career, had a great preseason and looked like the top candidate as starting goalie.  After being testes by the club on forbidden substances, the goalie will be able to play for any other team as there were no anomalies found.

(11 Sep 2015)
 

Kiprusoff to coach TuTo

Former Montreal Canadiens and New York Islanders defenseman Marko Kiprusoff will be new assistant coach for the Finnish Mestis team TuTo. Last year he was assistant coach of TPS. As a player he won the World Championship in 1995.

(31 Jul 2015)
 

End of season awards in Hungary

The Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation announced their end of season awards for the 2014-15 season.

Gábor Ocskay Award - Best Forward: Dániel Kóger (Fehérvár AV19)

Vedres Cup - Best Goalie: Miklós Rajna (Fehérvár AV19)

Miklós Cup - Most technical players: István Bartalis (Fehérvár AV19)

Kósa Cup - Rookie of the Year: Balázs Sebők (Hokki, Finland)

Leveles Cup - Best youth player: Máté Gáspár (EHC Linz, Austria)

Miklós Séra Award - Best youth coach: Tyler Dietrich (Fehérvár AV19)


Male player of the year: Zoltán Hetényi (Fehérvár AV19)

Female player of the year: Anikó Németh (KMH Budapest)

Inline player of the year: Zoltán Revák (Ferencváros)

(21 May 2015)
 

Dinamo Riga signs cooperation with Jokipojat

Dinamo Riga has signed a cooperation agreement with Finnish club Jokipojat Joensuu, playing in Mestis League.Under the terms of this cooperation, Dinamo players can play for Jokipojat with the possibility at any moment to be called back to Riga. The first players going to Finland were defender Martins Jakovlevs and forward Vitaljs Pavlovs.

(16 Aug 2012)
 

KooKoo fires coach too

Sunday was a pretty busy day in Finland regarding coach firing. After HPK from SM-liiga also Mestis club Kookoo fired coach Ismo Lehkonen. Kookoo is currently in the 2nd place in table only 2 points behind league leaders Jukurit and firing was a little bit suprising at least for the people who look at the team from distance. Assistant coach Jarno Kultanen will take care of the coaching for now but KooKoo will inform later about coming trainer decisions.

(23 Jan 2012)
24 Mar 2012LeKi Lempäälä - KeuPa HT Keuruu11-2
24 Mar 2012HC KeskiU - Koovee Tampere5-2
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