2005–06 Nationalliga A season

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2005–06 Nationalliga A Season
League Nationalliga A
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 9, 2005 to
April 17, 2006
Number of games 44
Number of teams 12
Regular Season
Best Record SC Bern
Runners-up HC Lugano
Top scorer Glen Metropolit
(HC Lugano)
Playoffs
Semi-Final #1 champions HC Lugano
  Semi-Final #1 runners-up Kloten Flyers
Semi-Final #2 champions HC Davos
  Semi-Final #2 runners-up Rapperswil-Jona Lakers
Nationalliga A Championship
Champions HC Lugano
  Runners-up HC Davos
NLA seasons

The 2005–06 Nationalliga A season was the 68th regular season of the Nationalliga A, the main professional ice hockey league in Switzerland.

The season started on September 9, 2005, and the last league qualification game was played on April 17, 2006.

Regular season[edit]

Final standings[edit]

Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
1. SC Bern 44 28 14 2 142 106 58
2. HC Lugano 44 24 12 4 160 116 56
3. HC Davos 44 23 16 5 136 110 51
4. Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 44 20 17 7 129 124 47
5. EV Zug 44 20 19 5 142 146 45
6. EHC Basel 44 18 17 9 107 126 45
7. HC Ambri-Piotta 44 20 22 2 137 130 42
8. Kloten Flyers 44 16 20 8 122 128 40
9. HC Fribourg-Gottéron 44 17 21 6 136 154 40
10. ZSC Lions 44 18 23 3 131 142 39
11. Genève-Servette HC 44 16 21 7 132 145 39
12. SCL Tigers 44 10 28 6 101 148 25

Scoring leaders[edit]

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

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Glen Metropolit HC Lugano 44 23 42 65 60
Hnat Domenichelli HC Ambri-Piotta 44 35 24 59 18
Jean-Guy Trudel HC Ambri-Piotta 44 24 35 59 48
Sébastien Bordeleau SC Bern 44 24 30 54 56
Patrick Fischer EV Zug 44 21 32 53 72
Kimmo Rintanen Kloten Flyers 44 23 26 49 36
Ville Peltonen HC Lugano 39 23 25 48 22
Reto von Arx HC Davos 44 14 34 48 76
Petteri Nummelin HC Lugano 38 13 33 46 22
Christian Berglund Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 44 24 20 44 124

Playoffs[edit]

Tournament Bracket[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
  1  SC Bern 2  
8  Kloten Flyers 4  
  2  Lugano 4  
  8  Kloten 1  
2  HC Lugano 4
  7  HC Ambri-Piotta 3  
(Pairings are re-seeded after the first round)   2  Lugano 4
  3  Davos 1
  3  HC Davos 4  
6  EHC Basel 1  
  3  Davos 4
  4  Lakers 1  
4  Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 4
  5  EV Zug 3  

Quarterfinals Results[edit]

SC Bern (1) vs. Kloten Flyers (8)
Date Away Score Home
February 24 Kloten 0 3 Bern
February 27 Bern 1 2 Kloten
March 1 Kloten 6 3 Bern
March 3 Bern 2 3 Kloten
March 6 Kloten 0 3 Bern
March 8 Bern 3 6 Kloten
Kloten Flyers wins series 4–2
  
HC Lugano (2) vs. HC Ambri-Piotta (7)
Date Away Score Home
February 24 Ambri-Piotta 4 3 Lugano
February 27 Lugano 0 3 Ambri-Piotta
March 1 Ambri-Piotta 5 4 Lugano
March 3 Lugano 5 4 Ambri-Piotta
March 6 Ambri-Piotta 1 2 Lugano
March 8 Lugano 5 2 Ambri-Piotta
March 10 Ambri-Piotta 1 5 Lugano
HC Lugano wins series 4–3
HC Davos (3) vs. EHC Basel (6)
Date Away Score Home
February 24 Basel 2 5 Davos
February 27 Davos 1 3 Basel
March 1 Basel 1 10 Davos
March 3 Davos 5 2 Basel
March 6 Basel 2 2 Davos
HC Davos wins series 4–1
  
Rapperswil-Jona Lakers (4) vs. EV Zug (5)
Date Away Score Home
February 24 Zug 1 6 Lakers
February 27 Lakers 0 2 Zug
March 1 Zug 1 3 Lakers
March 3 Lakers 3 5 Zug
March 6 Zug 2 1 Lakers
March 8 Lakers 5 2 Zug
March 10 Zug 3 5 Lakers
Rapperswil-Jona Lakers wins series 4–3

Semifinals Results[edit]

HC Lugano (2) vs. Kloten Flyers (8)
Date Away Score Home
March 13 Kloten 3 2 Lugano
March 15 Lugano 6 4 Kloten
March 17 Lugano 3 0 Kloten
March 20 Kloten 2 3 Lugano
March 22 Lugano 5 0 Kloten
HC Lugano wins series 4–1
  
HC Davos (3) vs. Rapperswil-Jona Lakers (4)
Date Away Score Home
March 13 Lakers 2 4 Davos
March 15 Davos 5 2 Lakers
March 17 Lakers 4 2 Davos
March 20 Davos 3 1 Lakers
March 22 Lakers 0 5 Davos
HC Davos wins series 4–1

Finals Results[edit]

HC Lugano (2) vs. HC Davos (3)
Date Away Score Home
March 29 Davos 0 5 Lugano
March 31 Lugano 3 5 Davos
April 3 Davos 3 7 Lugano
April 5 Lugano 8 2 Davos
April 7 Davos 1 3 Lugano
HC Lugano wins series 4–1

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 17 8 25 33 10
Ville Peltonen HC Lugano 17 12 14 26 8
Glen Metropolit HC Lugano 17 9 17 26 8
Sandy Jeannin HC Lugano 16 8 12 20 4
Claudio Micheli Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 12 10 7 17 16
Reto von Arx HC Davos 15 6 11 17 14
Ryan Gardner HC Lugano 17 8 7 15 18
Jukka Hentunen HC Lugano 17 7 6 13 6
Rafaele Sannitz HC Lugano 17 5 8 13 16
Michel Riesen HC Davos 15 9 3 12 8

Playout[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Fribourg-Gottéron (9) vs. SCL Tigers (12)
Date Away Home
February 24 SCL Tigers 6 5 Fribourg-Gottéron
February 27 Fribourg-Gottéron 4 5 SCL Tigers
March 1 SCL Tigers 3 5 Fribourg-Gottéron
March 3 Fribourg-Gottéron 1 5 SCL Tigers
March 6 SCL Tigers 3 4 Fribourg-Gottéron
March 8 Fribourg-Gottéron 3 6 SCL Tigers
SCL Tigers wins series 4–2
  
ZSC Lions (10) vs. Genève-Servette HC (11)
Date Away Home
February 24 Genève-Servette HC 5 2 ZSC Lions
February 27 ZSC Lions 3 4 Genève-Servette HC
March 1 Genève-Servette HC 3 4 ZSC Lions
March 3 ZSC Lions 3 0 Genève-Servette HC
March 6 Genève-Servette HC 3 2 ZSC Lions
March 8 ZSC Lions 4 5 Genève-Servette HC
Genève-Servette HC wins series 4–2

Finals[edit]

Fribourg-Gottéron vs. ZSC Lions
Date Away Home
March 13 ZSC Lions 2 0 Fribourg-Gottéron
March 15 Fribourg-Gottéron 2 3 ZSC Lions
March 17 ZSC Lions 5 2 Fribourg-Gottéron
March 20 Fribourg-Gottéron 1 5 ZSC Lions
ZSC Lions wins series 4–0

League qualification[edit]

Fribourg-Gottéron vs. EHC Biel
Date Away Home
March 29 EHC Biel 3 6 Fribourg-Gottéron
March 31 Fribourg-Gottéron 3 2 EHC Biel
April 3 EHC Biel 5 1 Fribourg-Gottéron
April 5 Fribourg-Gottéron 7 2 EHC Biel
April 7 EHC Biel 3 1 Fribourg-Gottéron
April 12 Fribourg-Gottéron 5 3 EHC Biel
Fribourg-Gottéron wins series 4–2

References[edit]

Results from Puck.ch[edit]

External links[edit]