2009–10 DEL season

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2009–10 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season
Deutsche Eishockey Liga Logo 2001.svg
League Deutsche Eishockey Liga
Sport Ice Hockey
Number of teams 15
Regular season
Season champions Eisbären Berlin
Top scorer Jeff Ulmer
Finals
Finals champions Hannover Scorpions
DEL seasons

The 2009–10 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season is the 16th season since the founding of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (English: German Ice Hockey League). Prior to the season, the Füchse Duisburg voluntarily left the league due to financial hardship. Bietigheim Steelers, champions of the 2. Bundesliga had an opportunity to join the league, but canceled their licensing application.[1]

A change from the previous season was the renaming of the Sinupret Ice Tigers, who are playing under the new name Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers. During the previous season it became obvious that the Ice Tigers were in a dire financial situation. On November 25, 2008, preliminary insolvency was filed and on December 30, 2008, declared. This led to the corporate sponsor Bionorica pulling their support in March 2009. An investor group led by local jeweler Thomas Sabo intervened on April 3, 2009, preempting bankruptcy proceedings and ensuring participation in the 2009–10 season.

Teams[edit]

Team City Arena
Augsburger Panther Augsburg Curt Frenzel Stadium
Eisbären Berlin Berlin O2 World
DEG Metro Stars Düsseldorf ISS Dome
Frankfurt Lions Frankfurt Eissporthalle Frankfurt
Hamburg Freezers Hamburg Color Line Arena
Hannover Scorpions Hanover TUI Arena
ERC Ingolstadt Ingolstadt Saturn Arena
Iserlohn Roosters Iserlohn Eissporthalle Iserlohn
Kassel Huskies Kassel Eissporthalle Kassel
Kölner Haie Cologne Lanxess Arena
Krefeld Pinguine Krefeld König Palast
Adler Mannheim Mannheim SAP Arena
Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers Nuremberg Nuremberg Arena
Straubing Tigers Straubing Eisstadion am Pulverturm
Wolfsburg Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg Eisarena Wolfsburg

Regular season[edit]

Team GP W OTW SOW OTL SOL L Goals Points
1. Eisbären Berlin 56 36 2 4 1 2 11 209:156 123
2. Frankfurt Lions 56 28 2 4 1 1 20 191:161 98
3. Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg 56 27 3 3 2 2 19 192:152 97
4. Hannover Scorpions 56 24 2 2 4 10 14 169:177 94
5. Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers 56 27 1 0 4 4 20 152:158 91
6. DEG Metro Stars 56 25 2 3 3 2 21 181:148 90
7. ERC Ingolstadt 56 24 5 2 3 0 22 205:181 89
8. Augsburger Panther 56 24 2 5 1 0 24 201:188 87
9. Adler Mannheim 56 23 2 2 4 3 22 177:177 84
10. Kölner Haie 56 19 3 3 4 1 26 178:190 74
11. Iserlohn Roosters 56 18 4 4 3 1 26 166:183 74
12. Krefeld Pinguine 56 20 1 3 0 4 28 167:173 72
13. Straubing Tigers 56 18 3 2 0 6 27 149:193 70
14. Hamburg Freezers 56 16 2 2 4 1 31 162:200 61
15. Kassel Huskies 56 16 2 0 2 2 34 151:213 56

GP = Games Played, W = Wins, OTW = Overtime win, SOW = Shootout win, OTL = Overtime loss, SOL = Shootout loss, L = Loss
Color code:     = Direct Playoff qualification,     = Playoff qualification round,     = No playoff

Source: DEL.org

Player Club Games Goals Assists Points
Canada Jeff Ulmer Frankfurt Lions 56 37 37 74
Germany Thomas Greilinger ERC Ingolstadt 55 38 35 73
Norway Tore Vikingstad Hannover Scorpions 51 14 50 64
Germany Darin Olver Augsburger Panther 56 26 34 60
Germany Robert Hock Iserlohn Roosters 56 17 42 59

Source: DEL.org

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bietigheim zieht DEL Bewerbung zurück, steelers.de (de)