IIHF European Cup 1986

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The 1985-1986 European Cup was the twentyfirst edition of the European Cup, IIHF's premier European club ice hockey tournament. The season started on October 10, 1985, and finished on August 30, 1986.

The tournament was won by CSKA Moscow, who won the final group.

Preliminary round[edit]

Team #1 Score Team #2
Deko Builders Amsterdam Netherlands 10:1, 8:1 Bulgaria Slavia Sofia
Durham Wasps United Kingdom 6:7, 3:8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HK Jesenice

First round[edit]

Team #1 Score Team #2
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 11:1, 8:1 Hungary HC Dosza Ujpest
SC Saint Gervais France 5:3, 3:3 Poland GKS Zaglębie Sosnowiec
HK Jesenice Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 5:8, 2:9 Switzerland HC Davos
CHH Txuri Urdin Spain 1:5, 0:18 Italy HC Bolzano
Deko Builders Amsterdam Netherlands 2:4, 5:9 Austria EC KAC

Finland Ilves, Sweden Södertälje SK, West Germany SB Rosenheim, Czechoslovakia Dukla Jihlava, Soviet Union CSKA Moscow  : bye

Second round[edit]

Team #1 Score Team #2
HC Bolzano Italy 1:11, 2:11 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
EC KAC Austria 1:4, 2:10 Czechoslovakia Dukla Jihlava
HC Davos Switzerland 5:9, 5:9 Sweden Södertälje SK
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 1:3, 4:3 West Germany SB Rosenheim
SC Saint Gervais France w/o Finland Ilves

Final Group[edit]

(Rosenheim, West Germany)

Team #1 Score Team #2
SB Rosenheim West Germany 1:3 Sweden Södertälje SK
Dukla Jihlava Czechoslovakia 10:2 France SC Saint Gervais
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 10:2 Sweden Södertälje SK
SB Rosenheim West Germany 9:4 France SC Saint Gervais
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 19:1 France SC Saint Gervais
SB Rosenheim West Germany 6:4 Czechoslovakia Dukla Jihlava
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 9:3 Czechoslovakia Dukla Jihlava
Södertälje SK Sweden 11:0 France SC Saint Gervais
SB Rosenheim West Germany 0:8 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
Södertälje SK Sweden 5:4 Czechoslovakia Dukla Jihlava

Final group standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 8
2 Sweden Södertälje SK 6
3 West Germany SB Rosenheim 4
4 Czechoslovakia Dukla Jihlava 2
5 France SC Saint Gervais 0

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