Asiago Hockey 1935

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Asiago Hockey 1935
HC Asiago logo.png
City Asiago, Veneto, Italy
League Alps Hockey League
Founded 1935; 82 years ago (1935)
Home arena Pala Hodegart
Colors Yellow, Red, Blue
General manager Piercarlo Mantovani
Head coach Tom Barrasso
Media Official website
Championships
Playoff championships 5 Serie A
3 Italian Cups
3 Italian Supercups

The Asiago Hockey 1935, is an Italian ice hockey team from Asiago which plays in the Alps Hockey League and formerly Serie A. Not to be confused with the Asiago Vipers (an in-line hockey team from Asiago).

Awards[edit]

Awards
Name Year
Scudetti (5) 2001
2010
2011
2013
2015
Coppa Italia (3) 1991
2000
2001
Supercoppa Italiana (3) 2003
2013
2015

Asiago logo.jpg
An old Asiago Hockey logo.

Foreign players[edit]

Not Italian players during the history of Asiago Hockey.
Updated October 2015.

# Nation Players
166  Canada Jerry Hudson, Larry Hutchinson, Jerry Lacasse, Mike Hubbert, Bob Read, Mario Pugliese, Larry Israelson, Dave Jack, Ric Jordan, Steve Cupolo, Wayne Bianchin, Frank Gallo, Tom Milani, John Bellio, Bob De Piero, Santino Pellegrino, Cary Farelli, Kim Gellert, Nick Sanza, Dale Derkatch, Mario Simioni, Hilton Ruggles, Angelo Catenaro, Tim Krug, Blaine Stoughton, Bob Sullivan, Albert Di Fazio, James Camazzola, Taylor Hall, Mitch Lamoreaux, Perry John Turnbull, Tom McCarthy, Mike Zanier, Mark Cupolo, Cliff Ronning, Ken Yaremchuk, Mario Brunetta, Greg Hawgood, Doug Wickenheiser, Mario Cerri, Tim Armstrong, Antonio Armando Savarin, Steve Graves, Ken Linseman, Mark Montanari, Ray Podloski, John Parco, John Tucker, Marco Iannuzzi, Emanuele Butera, Frank Di Muzio, Jason Cirone, Angelo Maggio, Tony Cimellaro, Mark Kaufmann, Bruno Campese, Domenic Amodeo, Andy Rymsha, Dave Doucette, Daniel Del Monte, Mario Nobili, Chris Longo, Trevor Sim, Frank Pietrangelo, Francesco De Santis, Gino Pulente, John Wynne, Joe Ciccarello, Kevin Miehm, Sandro Pisani, Jason Trinetti, Frederic Teeder Wynne, Jason Elders, Jean Baptiste Dell'Olio, Kim Maier, Mike Torchia, Brett Colborne, Christian Proulx, John Bossio, Agostino Casale, Trevor Gallant, Anthony Iob, Michel Mongeau, Dominic Perna, Reginald Savage, Carmine Vani, François Gravel, Chad Biafore, Dave Craievich, Patrick Deraspe, Eric Lecompte, Steve Palmer, Mike Burman, Martin Gendron, Eric Houde, David Di Gironimo, Dany Bousquet, Mark Coletta, Richard Laplante, Mike De Angelis, Domenic Parlatore, Adam Colagiacomo, Matthieu Descoteaux, Giulio Scandella, Jeff Ricciardi, Maurizio Bortolussi, Adam Russo, Mathieu Dandenault, Stephane Quintal, David Cooper, Franco Narcisi, Fernando Pisani, Rico Fata, Daniel Gauthier, Scott Ricci, Darcy Robinson, Kyle Rossiter, Jason Tessier, Carter Trevisani, Pat Iannone, Jordan Bianchin, Jonathan Pittis, Nick Romano, Ryan Robinson, Mike D'Alessandro, Nathan Forster, Matthew Iannetta, Chris Leinweber, Daniel Bellissimo, Trevor Johnson, Dave McIsaac, Nick Plastino, Dave Borrelli, Francesco DeFrenza, Chris Stanley, Luciano Aquino, Ryan Menei, Daniel Pegoraro, Ralph Intranuovo, Layne Ulmer, Vince Bellissimo, Michael Henrich, Andrew Perugini, Adam Henrich, Anthony Grieco, Drew Fata, Matthew MacDonald, Julian Zamparo, Sean Bentivoglio, Jason Pitton, Josh Tordjman, Vincenzo Marozzi, Dan Sullivan, Davide Nicoletti, Paul Zanette, Chris DiDomenico, Tyler Plante, Jeremy Rebek, André Signoretti, Marc Zanette, Nick Ross, Scott Hotham, Taylor Carnevale, Anthony Nigro, Mike Sullivan, Chris Carrozzi
24  United States Patrick DeMarchi, Mark Stuckey, Dave Tomassoni, Tom Ross, Guido Tenisi, Gerard Ciarcia, Patrick Micheletti, David Franzosa, Tony Szabo, Greg Burke, Michael Kelleher, Kent Salfi, Cory Laylin, Joe Bianchi, Tony Tuzzolino, Mike Omicioli, Drew Omicioli, Cliff Loya, Damian Surma, Matthew DeMarchi, Joe Zappala, John Vigilante, Jeff Lerg, Kevin DeVergilio
8  Finland Lasse Oksanen, Tommy Grönlund, Mika Kortelainen, Marko Kuikka, Veli Pekka Hard, Lauri Kinos, Henri Laurila, Mika Lehtinen
5  Russia Igor Stelnov, Vyacheslav Uvayev, Alexander Yudin, Sergei Ivanov, Oleg Maltsev
4  Sweden Jens Hellgren, Mikael Tjälldén, Stefan Bergkvist, Calle Bergström
4   Switzerland Marco Streit, Didier Schafer, Flavio Streit, Claudio Isabella
4  Slovenia Ivo Jan, Albin Felc, Gorazd Hiti, Sabahudin Kovačevič
3  Czech Republic Ladislav Benýšek, Adam Sedlák, Radovan Gabri
3  Latvia Vadims Romanovskis, Vitalijs Galuzo, Aigars Cipruss
1 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czechoslovakia Dušan Pašek
1  Ukraine Aleksander Vasylevsky
1  Belarus Alexander Galchenyuk
1  Hungary Levente Szuper
1  Yugoslavia Mustafa Bešić

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