Kassel Huskies

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Kassel Huskies
Kassel Huskies Logo 2007.svg
Full name EC Kassel Huskies
Founded 19 February 1977
Dissolved 27 August 2010[1]
Based in Kassel
Arena Eissporthalle Kassel
(capacity: 6,100)
League

DEL 1994–2006, 2008–2010

Team colors          
Owner(s) Dennis Rossing
GM Dr. Fritz Westhelle

The Kassel Huskies were a professional ice hockey team based in Kassel, Hesse, Germany. They played the majority of their seasons in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga.

The club was founded as ESG Kassel in 1977 and was renamed into EC Kassel in 1987. Since 1994, the professional crew of the club had been outsourced into a company with limited liability and belonged as Kassel Huskies to the founding members of the DEL.

It was announced 27 August 2010, that the club had folded from the DEL due to bankruptcy.[1]

Honors[edit]

Champions[edit]

Runners-up[edit]

Team roster[edit]

Championship roster of 2007/08[edit]

Position Player (squad number)
Goal: Boris Rousson (1), Sebastian Elwing (25), Adam Ondraschek (29), Marek Mastič (53)
Defense: Vince Macri (2), Mike Pellegrims (6), Drew Bannister (A) (7), René Kramer (8), Guy Lehoux (11), Brad Burym (22), Daniel Rau (39), Semjon Glusanok (65)
Forward: Manuel Klinge (9), Hugo Boisvert (C) (12), Mark Kosick (14), Dylan Gyori (15), Ryan Kraft (17), Thorben Saggau (19), Jacek Plachta (A) (20), Shawn McNeil (21), Steve Palmer (26), Dominik Walsh (28), Daniel Del Monte (34), Christian Kohmann (37), Thomas Pielmeier (51), Sven Gerbig (81), Michael Christ (89)
Coach: Stéphane Richer (Head Coach), Fabian Dahlem

(C) = Captain, (A) = Alternate captains

Runner-up roster of 1996/97[edit]

Position Player (squad number)
Goal: Josef Kontny (1), Pavel Cagaš (29), Jonas Eriksson (70)
Defense: Venci Sebek (4), Alexander Engel (6), Greg Johnston (7), Alexander Wedl (8), Dave Morrison (10), Milan Mokroš (39), Jouni Vento (66), Roger Öhman (67)
Forward: Bruce Eakin (12), Mike Millar (13), Roger Hansson (14), Peter Kwasigroch (19), Branjo Heisig (20), Jukka-Pekka Seppo (21), Greg Evtushevski (22), Frank Ozellis (26), Daniel Larin (27), Tino Boos (37), Anton Krinner (46)
Coach: Gerhard Brunner (Chief-Coach)

Coaches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "OLG Köln besiegelt DEL-Aus, Team siegt trotzdem noch einmal" (in German). www.huskies-online.de. 2010-08-27. Retrieved 2010-09-01.