IIHF European Cup 1987

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The 1986-1987 European Cup was the twentysecond edition of the European Cup, IIHF's premier European club ice hockey tournament. The season started on October 2, 1986, and finished on September 27, 1987.

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

Preliminary round[edit]

Team #1 Score Team #2
HC Steaua Bucureşti Romania 14:0, 6:2 Bulgaria HK CSKA Sofia

First round[edit]

Team #1 Score Team #2
Stjernen Norway 14:3, 9:4 United Kingdom Durham Wasps
GIJS Groningen Netherlands 2:2, 3:6 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
HC Steaua Bucureşti Romania 2:2, 4:5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HK Partizan
Mont-Blanc France 0:5*, 3:3 Italy HC Merano

* Official score, due to irregular registration of two Mont-Blanc players

Finland Tappara, Switzerland HC Lugano, Austria EC KAC, Poland TMH Polonia Bytom  : bye

Second round[edit]

Team #1 Score Team #2
Stjernen Norway 0:10, 0:13 Finland Tappara
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 2:5, 1:1 Switzerland HC Lugano
HK Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2:5, 1:9 Poland TMH Polonia Bytom
HC Merano Italy 9:11, 4:8 Austria EC KAC

Sweden Färjestads BK, West Germany Kölner EC, Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice, Soviet Union CSKA Moscow  : bye

Third round[edit]

Team #1 Score Team #2
Tappara Finland 2:8, 5:7 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
HC Lugano Switzerland 4:2, 4:5 West Germany Kölner EC
TMH Polonia Bytom Poland 1:4, 2:3 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice
EC KAC Austria 6:5, 4:6 Sweden Färjestads BK

Final Group[edit]

(Lugano, Switzerland)

Team #1 Score Team #2
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 4:4 Sweden Färjestads BK
HC Lugano Switzerland 4:5 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 9:0 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice
HC Lugano Switzerland 3:7 Sweden Färjestads BK
HC Lugano Switzerland 2:10 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
TJ VSŽ Košice Czechoslovakia 5:4 Sweden Färjestads BK

Final group standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 5
2 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice 4
3 Sweden Färjestads BK 3
4 Switzerland HC Lugano 0

References[edit]