2009–10 NLA season

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2009–10 National League A season
League National League A
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 11, 2009 –
March 6, 2010
Number of games 50
Number of teams 12
TV partner(s) SRG SSR idée suisse, Teleclub
Regular season
Best record Bern
Runners-up Genève-Servette
Top scorer Randy Robitaille
(HC Lugano)
Playoffs
Semi-Finals #1 champions SC Bern
  Semi-Finals #1 runners-up Kloten Flyers
Semi-Finals #2 champions Genève-Servette HC
  Semi-Finals #2 runners-up EV Zug
National League A Championship
Champions SC Bern
  Runners-up Genève-Servette HC
National League A seasons

The 2009–10 National League A season was the fourth ice hockey season of the National League A since the reorganization of the Swiss league. Prior to the season, no promotion and relegation occurred between the National League A and National League B as a result of NLA club Biel's victory over Lausanne in the prior season's relegation playoff.

Format[edit]

The regular season schedule consists of a double round-robin, each of the league's twelve teams playing the other eleven four times apiece, twice at home and twice on the road. Each team plays an additional six games against three opponents, which are schedules based upon the previous season's standings. At the conclusion of the regular season, the top eight teams are entered into the playoffs; the bottom four enter a relegation playoff, commonly called the playout. Each playoff and playout series is contested in a best-of-seven fashion. The loser of the playout plays a best-of-seven series against the National League B champion for a place in the 2010–11 National League A.

Team overview[edit]

Team City Arena Capacity
HC Ambrì-Piotta Quinto Valascia 7,000
SC Bern Bern PostFinance Arena 17,131
EHC Biel Biel Eisstadion Biel 7,000
HC Davos Davos Vaillant Arena 7,080
HC Fribourg-Gottéron Fribourg Patinoire Saint-Léonard 7,125
Genève-Servette Geneva Patinoire des Vernets 6,837
Kloten Flyers Kloten Kolping Arena 7,624
HC Lugano Lugano Resega 8,000
Rapperswil-Jona Lakers Rapperswil Diners Club Arena 6,000
SCL Tigers Langnau Ilfis Stadium 6,500
ZSC Lions Zürich Hallenstadion 11,700
EV Zug Zug Eishalle Herti 6,780

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA P
SC Bern 50 29 5 5 11 154 117 102
Genève-Servette 50 28 6 5 11 166 113 101
EV Zug 50 29 4 3 14 165 125 98
HC Davos 50 27 6 3 14 181 124 96
Kloten Flyers 50 22 9 3 16 163 138 87
ZSC Lions 50 24 3 6 17 185 165 84
HC Fribourg-Gottéron 50 18 4 6 22 145 160 68
HC Lugano 50 17 6 4 23 153 166 67
EHC Biel 50 16 3 5 26 134 182 59
Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 50 16 2 2 30 129 154 54
SCL Tigers 50 14 2 5 29 141 192 51
HC Ambrì-Piotta 50 8 2 5 35 107 187 33

League leaders[edit]

Scoring[edit]

Name Team GO G A P PIM PPT?
Canada Robitaille, RandyRandy Robitaille HC Lugano 50 16 48 64 72 4
Canada Holden, JoshJosh Holden EV Zug 46 30 33 63 48 10
Switzerland Domenichelli, HnatHnat Domenichelli HC Lugano 50 27 35 62 16 13
Switzerland Brunner, DamienDamien Brunner EV Zug 47 23 34 57 22 7
Switzerland BartschiPatrik Bärtschi ZSC Lions 49 25 28 53 34 6
Finland Salmelainen, TonyTony Salmelainen Genève-Servette 50 26 26 52 14 2
Canada Roest, StacyStacy Roest Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 49 15 37 52 26 5
Switzerland Seger, MathiasMathias Seger ZSC Lions 47 8 43 51 80 2
Switzerland DerunsThomas Déruns Genève-Servette 50 18 32 50 44 4
Slovakia Kolnik, JurajJuraj Kolnik Genève-Servette 46 26 22 48 83 5

Goaltenders[edit]

Name Team G Min GT GAA Min/GT SO S W
Switzerland Stephan, TobiasTobias Stephan Genève-Servette 48 2914 100 2.1 29 3 34 14
Switzerland BuhrerMarco Bührer Bern 43 2609 94 2.2 28 6 28 14
Switzerland Genoni, LeonardoLeonardo Genoni Davos 46 2937 117 2.4 25 2 33 16
Finland Markkanen, JussiJussi Markkanen Zug 44 2653 109 2.5 24 5 27 17
Switzerland RuegerRonnie Rüeger Kloten Flyers 46 2805 122 2.6 23 1 28 18
Switzerland Manzato, DanielDaniel Manzato Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 46 2715 132 2.9 21 5 17 29
Finland Sulander, AriAri Sulander Lions 24 1451 69 2.9 21 1 12 12
Switzerland Aebischer, DavidDavid Aebischer Lugano 46 2751 139 3.0 20 2 23 22
Canada Caron, SébastienSébastien Caron HC Fribourg-Gottéron 45 2689 135 3.0 20 1 19 26
Switzerland Berra, RetoReto Berra Biel 37 2116 114 3.2 19 3 16 19

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinalz Semifinals Final
                 
1. SC Bern 4
8. HC Lugano 0
1. SC Bern 4
5. Kloten Flyers 0
4. HC Davos 2
5. Kloten Flyers 4
1. SC Bern 4
2. HC Servette Genève 3
2. HC Servette Genève 4
7. HC Fribourg-Gottéron 3
2. HC Servette Genève 4
3. EV Zug 2
3. EV Zug 4
6. ZSC Lions 3

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