IIHF European Cup 1989

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The 1988-1989 European Cup was the twentyfourth edition of the European Cup, IIHF's premier European club ice hockey tournament. The season started on October 2, 1988, and finished on February 19, 1989.

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

Preliminary round[edit]

Team #1 Score Team #2
Slavia Sofia Bulgaria 5:6, 1:5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HK Jesenice
Murrayfield Racers United Kingdom 6:8, 9:10 Hungary Újpesti TE

Group round[edit]

Group A[edit]

(Esbjerg, Denmark)

Team #1 Score Team #2
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 11:1 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Esbjerg IK Denmark 2:4 Hungary Újpesti TE
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 23:2 Hungary Újpesti TE
Esbjerg IK Denmark 3:8 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 7:3 Hungary Újpesti TE
Esbjerg IK Denmark 1:21 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow

Group A standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 6
2 East Germany Dynamo Berlin 4
3 Hungary Újpesti TE 2
4 Denmark Esbjerg IK 0

Group B[edit]

(Nijmegen, Netherlands)

Team #1 Score Team #2
TJ VSŽ Košice Czechoslovakia 8:2 Romania HC Steaua Bucureşti
Spitman Nijmegen Netherlands 7:2 Norway Vålerenga IF
TJ VSŽ Košice Czechoslovakia 7:1 Norway Vålerenga IF
Spitman Nijmegen Netherlands 3:2 Romania HC Steaua Bucureşti
HC Steaua Bucureşti Romania 6:5 Norway Vålerenga IF
Spitman Nijmegen Netherlands 3:14 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice

Group B standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice 6
2 Netherlands Spitman Nijmegen 4
3 Romania HC Steaua Bucureşti 2
4 Norway Vålerenga IF 0

Group C[edit]

(Klagenfurt, Carinthia, Austria)

Team #1 Score Team #2
EC KAC Austria 5:2 France Mont-Blanc
Färjestads BK Sweden 4:0 Poland TMH Polonia Bytom
Färjestads BK Sweden 13:1 France Mont-Blanc
EC KAC Austria 5:6 Poland TMH Polonia Bytom
TMH Polonia Bytom Poland 7:5 France Mont-Blanc
EC KAC Austria 2:6 Sweden Färjestads BK

Group C standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Sweden Färjestads BK 6
2 Poland TMH Polonia Bytom 4
3 Austria EC KAC 2
4 France Mont-Blanc 0

Group D[edit]

(Lugano, Ticino, Switzerland)

Team #1 Score Team #2
Kölner EC West Germany 6:1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HK Jesenice
HC Lugano Switzerland 3:2 Italy HC Bolzano
HC Lugano Switzerland 8:0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HK Jesenice
Kölner EC West Germany 10:1 Italy HC Bolzano
HC Bolzano Italy 6:2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HK Jesenice
HC Lugano Switzerland 3:4 West Germany Kölner EC

Group D standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 West Germany Kölner EC 6
2 Switzerland HC Lugano 4
3 Italy HC Bolzano 2
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HK Jesenice 0

Final Group[edit]

(Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany)

Team #1 Score Team #2
Färjestads BK Sweden 4:3 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
Kölner EC West Germany 3:5 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice
Kölner EC West Germany 7:3 Sweden Färjestads BK
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 6:2 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice
Kölner EC West Germany 1:9 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
TJ VSŽ Košice Czechoslovakia 4:3 Sweden Färjestads BK

Final group standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 4
2 Czechoslovakia TJ VSŽ Košice 4
3 West Germany Kölner EC 2
4 Sweden Färjestads BK 2

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