2010–11 DEL season

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2010–11 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season
Deutsche Eishockey Liga Logo 2001.svg
League Deutsche Eishockey Liga
Sport Ice Hockey
Number of teams 14
Regular season
Season champions Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg
Top scorer Darin Olver
Finals
Champions Eisbären Berlin
DEL seasons

The 2010–11 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season is the 17th season since the founding of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (English: German Ice Hockey League). As reigning champions of the 2. Bundesliga, EHC München were promoted to the DEL.

Prior to the season, the league was plagued by financial uncertainty and as a result the two Hesse teams, the Kassel Huskies and Frankfurt Lions, lost their licenses through insolvency.

Teams[edit]

Team City Arena
Augsburger Panther Augsburg Curt Frenzel Stadium
Eisbären Berlin Berlin O2 World
DEG Metro Stars Düsseldorf ISS Dome
Hamburg Freezers Hamburg Color Line Arena
Hannover Scorpions Hanover TUI Arena
ERC Ingolstadt Ingolstadt Saturn Arena
Iserlohn Roosters Iserlohn Eissporthalle Iserlohn
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
EHC München Munich Olympia Eishalle

Regular season[edit]

Team GP W OTW SOW OTL SOL L Goals Points
1. Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg 52 26 3 2 2 6 13 156:116 96
2. DEG Metro Stars 52 26 3 3 1 2 17 174:158 93
3. Eisbären Berlin 52 24 1 5 1 5 16 161:138 90
4. Krefeld Pinguine 52 23 0 4 3 6 16 143:130 86
5. Hannover Scorpions 52 24 1 1 4 1 21 154:160 81
6. ERC Ingolstadt 52 19 6 3 1 3 20 153:143 79
7. Adler Mannheim 52 20 2 5 4 1 20 131:137 79
8. EHC München 52 18 4 4 2 4 20 163:161 76
9. Kölner Haie 52 16 3 6 1 6 20 159:162 73
10. Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers 52 20 2 2 2 2 24 138:165 72
11. Hamburg Freezers 52 15 4 4 3 5 21 135:161 69
12. Iserlohn Roosters 52 17 1 3 5 4 22 150:159 68
13. Straubing Tigers 52 15 5 4 3 1 24 145:159 67
14. Augsburger Panther 52 16 0 4 3 4 25 162:175 63

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 [1]

Playoffs[edit]

Playoff qualifications[edit]

The playoff qualifications were played between March 16 and 18, 2011 in the Best-of-three mode.

Series 1 2 3
Adler Mannheim Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers 2:0 3:2 3:2
EHC München Kölner Haie 0:2 3:4 3OT 3:4

OT = Overtime

Playoff brackets[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                 
1. Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg 3
9. Kölner Haie 0
1. Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg 3
4. Krefeld Pinguine 0
4. Krefeld Pinguine 3
5. Hannover Scorpions 2
1. Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg 0
3. Eisbären Berlin 3
2. DEG Metro Stars 3
7. Adler Mannheim 1
2. DEG Metro Stars 2
3. Eisbären Berlin 3
3. Eisbären Berlin 3
6. ERC Ingolstadt 1

Quarterfinals[edit]

The quarterfinals were played in the Best-of-five mode starting March 23 until March 31.

Series 1 2 3 4 5
Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg Kölner Haie 3:0 4:1 5:1 4:2
DEG Metro Stars Adler Mannheim 3:1 2:7 3:2 1:0 5:2
Eisbären Berlin ERC Ingolstadt 3:1 5:3 4:3 2:3 4:1
Krefeld Pinguine Hannover Scorpions 3:2 6:4 3:5 3:4 OT 3:2 5:1

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were played in the Best-of-five mode, from April 3 to April 12, 2011.

Series 1 2 3 4 5
Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg Krefeld Pinguine 3:0 4:2 4:3 OT 2:1 2OT
DEG Metro Stars Eisbären Berlin 2:3 3:2 OT 1:5 4:2 3:4 OT 1:3

Finals[edit]

The finals were played in the Best-of-five mode, from April 14 to April 19, 2011.

Series 1 2 3 4 5
Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg Eisbären Berlin 0:3 2:4 4:5 4:5

The Eisbären Berlin won the title for the 5th time.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010-11 DEL Standings" (in German). Pointstreak.com. 2011-03-31. Retrieved 2011-03-31. 
  2. ^ "Berlin gets hockey title after thriller" (in German). Deutsche Eishockey Liga. 2011-04-19. Retrieved 2011-04-19. 

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