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    Germany Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL) 2010/11 - News, transfers and discussion

    Transfers until 20 Jun 2010:

    Adler Mannheim:
    IN:
    Craig MacDonald (F) from DEG Metro Stars
    Robert Dietrich (D) from Milwaukee Admirals
    Toni Ritter (F) from Drummondville Voltigeurs
    OUT:
    Benedikt Brückner (D) to Straubing Tigers
    Ahren Spylo-Nittel (F) to Biel
    Michael Hackert (F) to Frankfurt Lions
    Colin Beardsmore (F) to Nürnberg Ice Tigers
    Andy Hedlund (D) to DEG Metro Stars
    Chris Schmidt (D) to ?
    Pascal Trepanier (D) to ?

    Augsburger Panthers:
    IN:
    Kyle Wanvig (F) from Portland Pirates
    OUT:
    Jeff Likens (D) to Nürnberg Ice Tigers
    Tyler Beechey (F) to Frankfurt Lions
    Brett Engelhardt (F) to Hamburg Freezers
    Colin Murphy (F) to Hamburg Freezers
    Steve Junker (F) retired
    Christian Chartier (D) to ERC Ingolstadt
    Matt Ryan (F) to Villacher SV
    Connor James (F) to DEG Metro Stars

    DEG Metro Stars:
    IN:
    P.J. Fenton (F) from Heilbronner Falken
    Andy Hedlund (D) from Adler Mannheim
    Connor James (F) from Augsburger Panther
    OUT:
    Patrick Traverse (D) to Hamburg Freezers
    Craig MacDonald (F) to Adler Mannheim
    Chris Harrington (D) to ?
    Shane Joseph (F) to ?
    Brandon Reid (F) to Rapperswil
    Shane Joseph (F) to Iserlohn Roosters
    Korbinian Holzer (D) to Toronto Maple Leafs
    Bradley Tutschek (F) retired

    Eisbaren Berlin
    IN:
    Mads Christensen (F) from Iserlohn Roosters
    OUT:
    Denis Pederson (F) retired
    Marvin Degon (D) to ERC Ingolstadt

    ERC Inglostadt
    IN
    Markus Janka (G) from Straubing Tigers
    Stephan Retzer (D) from Hamburg Freezers
    Petr Fical (F) from Nürnberg Ice Tigers
    Andre Huebscher (F) from Krefeld Pinguine
    Christian Chartier (D) from Augsburger Panther
    Nicolas Krämmer (F) from Landshut Cannibals (Loan)
    Tobias Rieder (F) from Landshut Cannibals (Loan)
    David Elsner (F) from Landshut Cannibals (Loan)
    Marvin Degon (D) from Eisbären Berlin
    OUT:
    Ilpo Kauhanen (G) to ?
    Dustin Haloschan (G) to ?
    Angel Nikolov (D) to ?
    Pat Kavanagh (F) to ?
    Martin Hinterstocker (F) to ?
    Carl Corazzini (F) to ?
    Glenn Goodall (F) to ?
    Ben Clymer (D) to Lugano
    Carl Corazzini (F) to Straubing Tigers
    Dimitri Pätzold (G) to Straubing Tigers
    Dustin Haloschan (G) to Fischtown Pinguins

    Frankfurt Lions:
    IN:
    Tobias Schwab (F) from Bad Nauheim
    Peter Holmgren (G) from Landsberg
    Tyler Beechey (F) from Augsburger Panther
    Michael Hackert (F) from Adler Mannheim
    OUT:
    Joey Tenute (F) to Hamburg Freezers
    Tobias Wörle (F) to Iserlohn Roosters
    John Slaney (D) to ?
    Lasse Kopitz (D) to Iserlohn Roosters
    Jamie Wright (F) to Basel

    Grizzlu Adams Wolfsburg:
    IN:
    Robbie Bina (D) from Stavanger Oilers
    OUT:
    Alexander Genze (D) to ?
    Etienne Renkewitz (G) to ?
    Arvids Rekis (D) to ?
    Peter Sarno (F) to ?
    Paul McIlveen (F) to ?
    Radek Krzestan (F) to SERC Wild Wings

    Hamburg Freezers:
    IN:
    Kyle Helms (F) from Ravensburg Towerstars
    Chad Bassen (F) from Straubing Tigers
    Patrick Traverse (D) from DEG Metro Stars
    Thomas Holzmann (F) from Kassel Huskies
    Jean-Philippe Côté (D) from Kassel Huskies
    Jerome Flaake (F) from Kölner Haie
    Marc Lamothe (G) from Pelicans
    Joey Tenute (F) from Frankfurt Lions
    Michel Ouellet (F) from Gottéron
    Brett Engelhardt (F) from Augsburger Panther
    Colin Murphy (F) from Augsburger Panther
    Garrett Festerling (F) from Hannover Scorpions
    Rainer Köttstorfer (D) from Hannover Scorpions
    Hans Pienitz (D) from GC Küsnacht Lions
    Niklas Treutle (G) from Nürnberg Ice Tigers
    OUT:
    Jere Karalahti (D) to Blues
    Matias Loppi (F) to Pelicans
    Martin Walter (D) to ?
    Thomas Pielmeier (F) to Kassel Huskies
    Francois Fortier (F) to ?
    Richard Mueller (F) to Kassel Huskies
    tephan Retzer (D) to ERC Ingolstadt
    Peter Ratchuk (D) to Klagenfurter AC
    Vitalij Aab (F) to Nürnberg Ice Tigers

    Hannover Scorpions:
    IN:
    none
    OUT:
    Garrett Festerling (F) to Hamburg Freezers
    Rainer Köttstorfer (D) to Hamburg Freezers

    Iserlohn Roosters:
    IN:
    Tobias Wörle (F) from Frankfurt Lions
    Lasse Kopitz (D) from Frankfurt Lions
    Sinisa Martinovic (G) from Bietigheim-Bissingen
    Shane Joseph (F) from DEG Metro Stars
    David Walker (D) from Ontario Reign
    OUT:
    Pierre Kracht (F) to ?
    Jonas Langmann (G) to HC Sparta Praha U20 (Try-out)
    Sebastian Stefaniszin (G) to Nürnberg Ice Tigers
    Jonas Langmann (G) to Lincoln Stars (Try-out)
    Mads Christensen (F) to Eisbären Berlin

    Kassel Huskies:
    IN
    Thomas Pielmeier (F) from Hamburg Freezers
    Christoph Melischko (F) from Kölner Haie
    Andreas Renz (D) from Kölner Haie
    Richard Mueller (F) from Hamburg Freezers
    OUT:
    Thomas Holzmann (F) to Hamburg Freezers
    Ryan Kraft (F) to ?
    Jean-Philippe Côté (D) to Hamburg Freezers
    Alex Leavitt (F) to ?
    Sean Tallaire (F) to ?
    Mike Card (D) to ?
    Stephen Ritter (G) to ?
    Philipp Schlager (F) to ?
    David Danner (D) to ?
    Sébastien Bisaillon (D) to ?
    Derek Damon (F) to Villacher SV
    Alex Leavitt (F) to Ravensburg Towerstars
    Philipp Schlager (F) to SERC Wild Wings

    Krefeld Pinguine
    IN:
    Justin Kelly (F) from Bietigheim-Bissingen
    Marvin Tepper (F) from Lausitzer Füchse
    Pascal Zerressen (D) from Krefeld U18
    Julian Van Lijden (F) from Krefeld U18
    Marc Schaub (F) from Krefeld U18
    OUT:
    Andre Huebscher (F) to ERC Ingolstadt

    Kolner Haie
    IN:
    Philip Gogulla (F) from Portland Pirates
    Ryan Ramsay (F) from Straubing Tigers
    Cory Urquhart (F) from Heilbronner Falken
    OUT:
    Martin Bartek (F) fired
    Jerome Flaake (F) to Hamburg Freezers
    Christoph Melischko (F) to Kassel Huskies
    Lars Weibel (G) to ?
    Stéphane Julien (D) to ?
    Dusan Frosch (F) to Nürnberg Ice Tigers
    Andreas Renz (D) to Kassel Huskies
    Daniel Rudslätt (F) to AIK
    Stefan Vajs (G) to Kaufbeuren
    Kevin Hecquefeuille (F) to Amiens

    Ice Tigers Nurnberg
    IN:
    Jeff Likens (D) to Augsburger Panther
    Dusan Frosch (F) to Kölner Haie
    Fredrik Eriksson (D) to Malmö
    Sebastian Stefaniszin (G) to Iserlohn Roosters
    Colin Beardsmore (F) to Adler Mannheim
    Vitalij Aab (F) to Hamburg Freezers
    Alexander Oblinger (F) to Dresdner Eislöwen
    Tim Schüle (D) to Wölfe Freiburg
    OUT:
    Petr Fical (F) to ERC Ingolstadt
    Niklas Treutle (G) to Hamburg Freezers

    Straubing Tigers:
    IN:
    Bernhard Keil (F) from Jungadler Mannheim
    Carl Corazzini (F) from ERC Ingolstadt
    Jan Guryca (G) from Fischtown Pinguins
    Dimitri Pätzold (G) from ERC Ingolstadt
    OUT:
    Mike Bales (G) to ?
    Jean-Philippe Morin (D) to ?
    Brandon Smith (D) to ?
    Christian Retzer (F) to ?
    Karl Stewart (F) to ?
    Thomas Wilhelm (F) to ?
    Florian Schnitzer (F) to ?
    Markus Janka (G) to ERC Ingolstadt
    Brian Maloney (F) to Ravensburg Towerstars
    Ryan Ramsay (F) to Kölner Haie
    Yannick Tremblay (D) to Graz 99ers
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

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    Arvids Rekis to Dinamo Riga. Nothing has been signed yet but it's already 99% clear.

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    Adam Svoboda from Nürnberg Ice Tigers will replace Dominik Hasek in HC Pardubice.

    Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg signed Russian forward Andrei Strakhov from Khimik Voskresensk

    Defender Nick Angell left Frankfurt Lions, and qill play in KHL in Metallurg Novokuznetsk. He signed 1 year deal.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

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    Shocking news in DEL: Lions Frankfurt and Kassel Huskies didn't obtained DEL license for next season and currently are out from DEL!!!!

    With 3,4 million of debts Lions, runner up in regular season last season, has the worst situation and is almost impossible they will play in next DEL. Some more chances for Kassel, that appealed even if new owner Dennis Rossing declared bankrupcy already at end of season.
    Also EHC Munchen, winner of Bundesliga, apply to join DEL was initially rejected for bureaucratic reasons, but is currently under examination

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    It is said that EHC Munchen already does have a licence. Does that mean they are guaranteed to play already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX View Post
    It is said that EHC Munchen already does have a licence. Does that mean they are guaranteed to play already?
    According to IIHF site:

    The DEL will shrink to 14 teams for the new season unless nothing extraordinary happens through appeals and ongoing legal disputes.

    While EHC München (Munich), the winner of the second-tier league, has been accepted as a new member, the DEL licences for both clubs from the state of Hessen – Frankfurt Lions and Kassel Huskies – were terminated by the league.
    DEL will have 14 teams next season.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

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    Will Frankfurt and Kassel play in 2. Bundesliga since they now seem to determinated from DEL? Or are they goners as teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by realcloutier View Post
    Will Frankfurt and Kassel play in 2. Bundesliga since they now seem to determinated from DEL? Or are they goners as teams
    Kassel is back in the DEL. This will come out in the media in the near future although it is posted on the Huskies website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realcloutier View Post
    Will Frankfurt and Kassel play in 2. Bundesliga since they now seem to determinated from DEL? Or are they goners as teams
    Frankfurt will be demoted to regional liga (tier4) as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canuck22 View Post
    Kassel is back in the DEL. This will come out in the media in the near future although it is posted on the Huskies website.
    DEL and Kassel reached an agreement: an indipendent court will decide about right of Kassel to stay in DEL. Due to bureaucratic iter, ecision will arrive probably in late autumn, so it´s decided Kassel will play in next DEL but if sentence will be unfavourable to Kassel, team will be demoted in Bundesliga ay end of season

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    champion hanover scorpions has serious economic troubles and could be out from next DEL..

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    It is not so much economic trouble, but an ongoing fight between the owner of Scorpions and the TUI arena and the city council. Ongoing for years! The TUI arena was part of the EXPO 2000 area and is now a complete failure.
    There is still no decision in Hannover, Kassel is still fighting for a licence at court. The DEL schedule came out today with 15 teams, but we still don't know whether it will be 15, 14 or 13 teams this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElTres View Post
    It is not so much economic trouble, but an ongoing fight between the owner of Scorpions and the TUI arena and the city council. Ongoing for years! The TUI arena was part of the EXPO 2000 area and is now a complete failure.
    There is still no decision in Hannover, Kassel is still fighting for a licence at court. The DEL schedule came out today with 15 teams, but we still don't know whether it will be 15, 14 or 13 teams this season.
    Interesting. They signed already more than 10 players (including Ouellette from Bears) and they are still not sure whether they will play in DEL or not next season ? :/ Odd...
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    Kassel is sure they will play, however, the rest of Germany is not. There might be a final decision next week though (decisions from two courts).

    BTW, Hannover announced today they will play in 2010/11.

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    Transfer Update (21.6-29.7)

    Adler Mannheim:
    IN:
    Michel Periard (D) from Frankfurt Lions
    OUT:
    Axel Hackert (F) to Heilbronner Falken
    Pascal Trepanier (D) to Krefeld Pinguine

    Augsburger Panther:
    IN:
    Dennis Endras (G) from Minnesota Wild (Loan end of season)
    Mike Radja (F) from Bridgeport Sound Tigers, AHL
    Austin Wycisk (F) from EHC München
    Noah Clarke (F) from HC Slavia Praha, CZE
    Barry Tallackson (F) from Peoria Rivermen, AHL
    Stefan Vajs (G) from Kaufbeuren, GER-1
    Jonathan Paiement (D) from Albany River Rats, AHL
    Jonathan D'Aversa (D) from Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins, AHL
    Andreas Tanzer (G) from Kaufbeuren, GER-1 (loan)
    Sean Bentivoglio (F) from Bridgeport Sound Tigers, AHL
    Justin Fletcher (D) from Peoria Rivermen, AHL
    Peter Flache (F) from Port Huron Icehawks, IHL
    Florian Schnitzer (F) from Straubing Tigers
    Grant Stevenson (F) from Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL
    Michael Fröhlich (F) from Kaufbeuren, GER-1
    OUT:
    Michael Kreitl (F) to Peiting, GER-2
    Uli Maurer (F) to EHC München
    Dennis Endras (G) to Minnesota Wild (Player rights)
    Chris Collins (F) to ?
    Rhett Gordon (F) to ?
    Richard Rochefort (F) to ?
    Junior Lessard (F) to ?
    T.J. Kemp (D) to Nürnberg Ice Tigers

    DEG Metro Stars:
    IN:
    Jan Niklas Pietsch (D) from Essen, GER-2
    Tyler Beechey (F) from Frankfurt Lions
    Simon Danner (F) from Frankfurt Lions
    OUT:
    Ryan Caldwell (D) to Kassel Huskies

    EHC München
    IN:
    Johan Ejdepalm (D) from Luleå, SWE
    Uli Maurer (F) from Augsburger Panther
    Jordan Webb (F) from Kaufbeuren, GER-1
    Sören Sturm (D) from Kölner Haie
    Stéphane Julien (D) from Kölner Haie
    Ryan Ready (F) from Iserlohn Roosters
    Felix Petermann (D) from Frankfurt Lions
    Bryan Adams (F) from Kölner Haie
    OUT:
    Niklas Hede (F) Retired
    Chris Bahen (D) Retired
    Austin Wycisk (F) to Augsburger Panther (Try-out)
    Mark Heatley (F) to Wolfe Freiburg, GER-1

    Eisbären Berlin
    IN:
    Jimmy Sharrow (D) from Victoria Salmon Kings, ECHL
    OUT:
    none

    ERC Inglostadt
    IN:
    Ian Gordon (G) from Frankfurt Lions
    OUT:
    Pat Kavanagh (F) to Iserlohn Roosters

    Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg
    IN:
    Andrei Strakhov (F) from Khimik Voskresensk, RUS-1
    Stefan Horneber (G) from Eispiraten Crimmitschau, GER-1
    Dean Strong (F) Worcester Sharks, AHL
    OUT:
    none

    Hamburg Freezers
    IN:
    Matt Cohen (D) from Lowell Devils
    Thomas Oppenheimer (F) from Frankfurt Lions
    Mats Trygg (D) from Kölner Haie
    OUT:
    Maximilian Brandl (F) to Landshut Cannibals, GER-1
    Francois Fortier (F) to Vienna Capitals, EBEL

    Hannover Scorpions
    None

    Iserlohn Roosters
    IN:
    Daniel Oppolzer (F) from Kaufbeuren, GER-1
    Tim Siekmann (G) from Hamm, GER-2
    Pat Kavanagh (F) from ERC Ingolstadt
    OUT:
    Jonas Langmann (G) to Hannover Indians, GER-1
    Daniel Sparre (F) to Kölner Haie
    Brian Swanson (F) to Alaska Aces, AHL
    Ryan Ready (F) to EHC München

    Kassel Huskies
    IN:
    Alexander Dück (D) from HK Jesenice, EBEL
    David Cespiva (D) from Krefeld Pinguine
    Cam Keith (F) from SG Cortina, ITA
    Jean-François Boucher (F) from Saint-Georges CRS Express, LNAH
    Ryan Caldwell (D) from DEG Metro Stars
    Mike Ouellette (F) from Medvescak Zagreb, EBEL
    Mike Glumac (F) from Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL
    Colton Fretter (F) from Springfield Falcons, AHL
    OUT:
    Mike Card (D) to Kölner Haie
    Bryan Schmidt (D) to ?
    David Danner (D) to Wölfe Freiburg

    Krefeld Pinguine
    IN:
    Pascal Trepanier (D) from Adler Mannheim
    OUT:
    Jan Niklas Pietsch (D) to Essen, GER-2
    Jim Fahey (D) to Nürnberg Ice Tigers
    David Cespiva (D) to Kassel Huskies

    Kolner Haie
    IN:
    Daniel Sparre (F) from Iserlohn Roosters
    James Sixsmith (F) from Utah Grizzlies, ECHL
    Adam Dennis (G) from HC Fassa, ITA
    Björn Linda (G) from Herne, GER-2
    Mike Card (D) from Kassel Huskies
    Greg Classen (F) from Sierre, SUI-1
    Brett Breitkreuz (F) from Vancouver Giants, WHL
    Ross Lupaschuk (D) from HIFK, FIN
    OUT:
    Sören Sturm (D) to EHC München
    Jon Landry (D) to Braehead Clan, EIHL
    Marcel Müller (F) to Toronto Maple Leafs, NHL (Entry Level)
    Mats Trygg (D) to Hamburg Freezers
    Stéphane Julien (D) to EHC München
    Martin Bartek (F) to HC Pardubice, CZE
    Norm Maracle (G) to Rosenheim, GER-1
    Bryan Adams (F) to EHC München

    Nurnberg Ice Tigers:
    IN:
    Jim Fahey (D) from Krefeld Pinguine
    T.J. Kemp (D) from Augsburger Panther
    Ryan Bayda (F) from Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins, AHL
    Sean Blanchard (D) from Frankfurt Lions
    OUT:
    Adam Svoboda (G) to HC Pardubice, CZE
    Roland Mayr (F) to SERC Wild Wings, GER-1
    Jim Fahey (D) to ?

    Straubing Tigers:
    IN:
    Lee Goren (F) from Bern, SUI
    Sebastian Osterloh (D) from Frankfurt Lions
    Derek Hahn (F) from Frankfurt Lions
    OUT:
    Florian Schnitzer (F) to Augsburger Panther
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

    Andrzej Sapkowski, "Żmija"

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    Kassel Huskies are out of DEL 2010/11. Today the regional high court in Cologne has confirmed the decision of its counterpart in Munich from Tuesday that the DEL's internal jury verdict which denied Kassel the participation in the upcoming season is not violating superior legislation. Thus, the temporary restraining order which the club had achieved at the court in Cologne earlier this year putting this ruling out of effect is void. Initially today the high court judge had proposed an arbitration deal that allowed Kassel participating in the league contingent on paying the DEL license fee once again beginning of next season. The league representatives have not accepted this settlement and so the only way left for the Huskies is an appeal at the federal high court. Typically cases brought to the highest court in Germany take months to be dealt with and so professional let alone DEL hockey in Kassel is as good as dead indefinitely.

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    So I have to change the map

    But seriously, if team with big financial troubles came to Poland and beat two Polish teams (one very good) I would have in PLH some teams like Kassel.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

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    Last try seems to be an application for 2. Bundesliga. But it sounds unrealistic since league starts on September 17th.
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    Munchen - Iserlohn finished 5-3 by the way. I watched it, was a great game, end to end, tight score for majority of the game, some great finishing (and some lucky breaks too).

    Very good advert for the DEL :)

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    And there is 5-3 ;-)
    BTW, your post is merged to discussion thread. Thread "Rosters and results" is for this two things only.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

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    I learn something new everyday :)

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    FromDurham: please read the following.
    http://forums.internationalhockey.ne...ead.php?t=6644

    Thank you.

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    Rosters updated, next update in mid-december.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

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    rosters updated. Next update on the end of January.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

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    The DEL announced their new logo for the finals and what they will be using for the next season and onward. I must admit, the new logo is way better then the old one and works very sharp.


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    Not bad, but hmmm I dunno I've just grown to love the old logo over the years
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    I have to agree with Starkovs the new logo looks nice and very professional!

    Also great news for Berlin winning the playoffs! Seem's to be turning into abit of a hockey city which is good news! Just a shame there is no hockey there in June
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    CAS has ruled against Ravensburg (2.Bundesliga Champion) from entering the DEL so unless we have the same summer as last year, the DEL will remain a 14 club league.

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    DEL is close league or more locked then the finnish, swedish and swiss where at least 2.tier team/s get a sporty chance for a promotion. Now if DEL just start to promote the
    young domestic players instead of NA players I´m sure German NT and hockey over all
    would gain from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realcloutier View Post
    DEL is close league or more locked then the finnish, swedish and swiss where at least 2.tier team/s get a sporty chance for a promotion. Now if DEL just start to promote the
    young domestic players instead of NA players I´m sure German NT and hockey over all
    would gain from it.
    That`s in fact the biggest problem in German hockey right now. Without relegation and promotion for 2nd League teams, most of the regular season games are irrelevant because 10 teams can make it into the (pre)Playoffs and the worst teams have nothing to loose. That makes the regular season rather boring.

    Also, opening the league to relegation and promotion would benefit German players because the smaller teams that advance to the top league often have no choice but to give ice time to young German prospects.

    Right now, the main criteria for a team to play in the DEL is their bankroll, not the quality of their hockey which is bad for German hockey in general.

    I also think that it would help to sell broadcasting rights to Free-TV stations, not Sky (Pay-TV). After the good performances in this and the last world championships, Germans interest in hockey is on a all-time high, they should take that chance to hook the new fans on the DEL.

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    Does anyone have any rumor where will Alexander Barta go,by Eliteprospect his contract ended and it isnt still published where will he continue his career?

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    Iserlohn has approved their new logo as well as their new jerseys for the up-coming season. I dont really know what to think about their new logo, its umm......interesting. I personally liked their old logo better but I suppose the new one will grow on me.



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    Nice ! I quite like this new look for the roosters. I wasn't particularly a fan of the old look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dark+knight View Post
    Does anyone have any rumor where will Alexander Barta go,by Eliteprospect his contract ended and it isnt still published where will he continue his career?
    He will play in the Swedish league next season, i don`t know which team though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enigma View Post
    He will play in the Swedish league next season, i don`t know which team though.
    Thanks for info

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    HV71 or Modo are rumoured to be the clubs in Sweden that are interested.

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    Red Bull is about to get involved with the Hamburg Freezers. The deal itself is apparently as good as sealed but there is an issue with the name of the team. Red Bull typically names its sports teams Red Bull the co-owners of the Freezers however want to keep the name.

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    Iserlohn's new red jersey is killer! The blue one is nice also.

    Why did Ravensburg go to the CAS?

    If the DEL is a closed league, and has no promotion/relegation with 2.Bundesliga, did Ravensburg really think that the CAS would all of a sudden force the DEL to enter into an arrangement with the second league for promotion/relegation?

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