2002–03 Nationalliga A season

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The 2002–03 NLA season was the 65th regular season of the Nationalliga A, the main professional ice hockey league in Switzerland.

Regular season[edit]

Final standings[edit]

Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
1. ZSC Lions 44 25 11 8 154 104 58
2. HC Davos 44 26 13 5 153 99 57
3. SC Bern 44 22 14 8 139 108 52
4. HC Lugano 44 24 16 4 159 129 52
5. Kloten Flyers 44 24 17 3 145 125 51
6. Genève-Servette HC 44 19 15 10 110 107 48
7. HC Ambri-Piotta 44 15 19 10 102 124 40
8. SC Rapperswil-Jona 44 15 22 7 122 139 37
9. HC Fribourg-Gottéron 44 16 23 5 118 165 37
10. EV Zug 44 14 25 5 110 142 33
11. SCL Tigers 44 12 24 8 115 147 32
12. HC Lausanne 44 13 26 5 102 140 31

Scoring leaders[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Petteri Nummelin HC Lugano 43 18 39 57 12
Christian Dubé SC Bern 44 15 38 53 26
Todd Elik SC Langnau 39 13 36 49 127
Sébastien Bordeleau SC Bern 41 22 26 48 127
Jaroslav Hlinka Kloten Flyers 41 18 30 48 16
Kimmo Rintanen Kloten Flyers 38 17 31 48 8
Christian Matte ZSC Lions 44 22 25 47 49
Derek Plante ZSC Lions 44 22 24 46 34
Chris Tancill EV Zug 43 22 22 44 63
Adrian Wichser HC Lugano 44 26 17 43 4

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

ZSC Lions (1) vs. SC Rapperswil-Jona (8)
Away Home
SC Rapperswil-Jona 1 4 ZSC Lions
ZSC Lions 2 0 SC Rapperswil-Jona
SC Rapperswil-Jona 3 1 ZSC Lions
ZSC Lions 2 4 SC Rapperswil-Jona
SC Rapperswil-Jona 3 1 ZSC Lions
ZSC Lions 3 2 SC Rapperswil-Jona
SC Rapperswil-Jona 0 2 ZSC Lions
ZSC Lions wins series 4–3
  
HC Davos (2) vs. HC Ambri-Piotta (7)
Away Home
HC Ambri-Piotta 1 4 HC Davos
HC Davos 5 1 HC Ambri-Piotta
HC Ambri-Piotta 0 3 HC Davos
HC Davos 3 2 HC Ambri-Piotta
HC Davos wins series 4–0
SC Bern (3) vs. Genève-Servette HC (6)
Away Home
Genève-Servette HC 0 7 SC Bern  
SC Bern 5 2 Genève-Servette HC  
Genève-Servette HC 2 1 SC Bern OT
SC Bern 2 3 Genève-Servette HC  
Genève-Servette HC 0 1 SC Bern  
SC Bern 5 1 Genève-Servette HC  
SC Bern wins series 4–2
  
HC Lugano (4) vs. Kloten Flyers (5)
Away Home
Kloten Flyers 1 4 HC Lugano  
HC Lugano 3 4 Kloten Flyers OT
Kloten Flyers 3 4 HC Lugano  
HC Lugano 3 2 Kloten Flyers  
Kloten Flyers 1 6 HC Lugano  
HC Lugano wins series 4–1

Semifinals[edit]

ZSC Lions vs. HC Lugano
Away Home
HC Lugano 3 1 ZSC Lions
ZSC Lions 3 5 HC Lugano
HC Lugano 1 3 ZSC Lions
ZSC Lions 2 3 HC Lugano
HC Lugano 3 1 ZSC Lions
HC Lugano wins series 4–1
  
HC Davos vs. SC Bern
Away Home
SC Bern 1 5 HC Davos  
HC Davos 3 2 SC Bern n.P.
SC Bern 3 2 HC Davos  
HC Davos 2 4 SC Bern  
SC Bern 1 5 HC Davos  
HC Davos 0 3 SC Bern  
SC Bern 0 3 HC Davos  
HC Davos wins series 4–3

Finals[edit]

HC Davos vs. HC Lugano
Away Home
HC Lugano 2 3 HC Davos
HC Davos 3 2 HC Lugano
HC Lugano 5 3 HC Davos
HC Davos 3 4 HC Lugano
HC Lugano 3 0 HC Davos
HC Davos 0 4 HC Lugano
HC Lugano wins series 4–2

Scoring leaders[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Brandon Convery HC Lugano 16 5 14 19 16
Mike Maneluk HC Lugano 15 11 6 17 18
André Rötheli HC Lugano 15 6 6 12 2
Christian Dubé SC Bern 13 4 8 12 12
Reto von Arx HC Davos 17 4 8 12 28
Kevin Miller HC Davos 17 8 3 11 4
Régis Fuchs HC Lugano 16 6 5 11 2
Yves Sarault SC Bern 13 4 6 10 26
Josef Marha HC Davos 17 4 6 10 6
Petteri Nummelin HC Lugano 8 3 7 10 2

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