EC KAC

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Klagenfurt AC
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City Klagenfurt, Austria
League Erste Bank Eishockey Liga
Founded 1909
Home arena Stadthalle Klagenfurt (5,500)
Colors          
General manager Austria Oliver Pilloni
Head coach Austria Switzerland Christian Weber
Championships
Regular season titles 30 (1934 1935 1952 1955 1960 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1976 1977 1979 1980 1985 1986 1987 1988 1991 2000 2001 2004 2009 2013)

EC KAC (Klagenfurter Athletiksport-Club) is a professional ice hockey team in the Austrian Erste Bank Hockey League. The team plays their home games in Klagenfurt, Carinthia, Austria at Stadthalle Klagenfurt. EC KAC has won the most Austrian ice hockey Championships, a total of 30 times including 11 consecutive titles from 1964 to 1974, and four consecutive from 1985 to 1988. Most recently they won it in 2013

Current roster[edit]

Goaltenders
# Player Catches Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
31 Canada Andy Chiodo L 180 cm 92 kg Apr. 25, 1983 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
30 Austria Rene Swette L 183 cm 83 kg Aug. 21, 1988 Lustenau, Austria
Defencemen
# Player Shoots Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
7 Austria Herbert Ratz L 183 cm 80 kg Sep. 16, 1981 Völkermarkt, Austria
13 Austria Johannes Kirisits R 187 cm 94 kg Nov. 8, 1985 Klagenfurt, Austria
14 Austria Johannes Reichel L 182 cm 85 kg Apr. 29, 1982 Klagenfurt, Austria
25 Canada Kirk Furey L 178 cm 90 kg Jan. 28, 1976 Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada
28 Austria Martin Schumnig R 181 cm 78 kg Jul. 28, 1989 Klagenfurt, Austria
33 United States Peter Ratchuk L 184 cm 88 kg Sept. 10, 1977 Buffalo, New York, USA
77 Canada Sean Brown L 188 cm 94 kg Nov. 5, 1976 Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
Forwards
# Player Shoots Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
4 Austria Markus Pirmann L 183 cm 80 kg Jan. 21, 1989 Klagenfurt, Austria
9 Canada Tyler Spurgeon L 180 cm 86 kg Apr. 10, 1986 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
10 Canada Tyler Scofield L 173 cm 71 kg Aug. 15, 1984 Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
15 Austria Paul Schellander R 184 cm 76 kg Nov. 5, 1986 Klagenfurt, Austria
17 Austria Gregor Hager L 191 cm 93 kg Apr. 17, 1981 Klagenfurt, Austria
19 Austria Stefan Geier L 180 cm 78 kg Jan. 8, 1988 Judenburg, Austria
20 Canada Mike Craig R 182 cm 81 kg Jun. 6, 1971 London, Ontario, Canada
21 Austria Manuel Geier R 178 cm 78 kg Jan. 8, 1988 Judenburg, Austria
27 Austria Thomas Hundertpfund L 189 cm 85 kg Dec. 14, 1989 Klagenfurt, Austria
29 Austria Christoph Brandner L 195 cm 97 kg Jul. 5, 1975 Bruck an der Mur, Austria
39 Canada Jeff Shantz R 183 cm 97 kg Oct. 10, 1973 Duchess, Alberta, Canada
45 Austria David Schuller L 182 cm 91 kg Sep. 6, 1980 Kapfenberg, Austria
74 Austria Dieter Kalt L 175 cm 83 kg Jun. 26, 1974 Klagenfurt, Austria
89 Austria Raphael Herburger L 178 cm 75 kg Jan. 2, 1989 Dornbirn, Austria

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