EV Zug

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EV Zug
EV Zug logo.svg
Nickname EVZ
City Zug, Switzerland
League National League
Founded 1967
Home arena Bossard Arena
(capacity: 7,015)
Colours Blue and white
General manager Switzerland Patrick Lengwiler
Head coach Germany Harold Kreis
Captain Switzerland Raphael Diaz
Affiliate(s) EV Zug Academy
Website www.evz.ch
Franchise history
EV Zug

EV Zug is a professional men's ice hockey team from Zug, Switzerland. It is a member of the National League and plays its home games at the Bossard Arena.


EV Zug won its lone championship in the 1997–98 season.

On October 3, 2011, the club defeated the New York Rangers of the NHL by the wild score of 8-4 in an exhibition game.[1][2] Former NHLer Josh Holden, who at the time was suspended from the NLA, was permitted to play and scored twice. He and Fabian Schnyder each had three points and Esa Pirnes also had two goals. Former Ranger goaltender Jussi Markkanen had the win in net in front of a sellout crowd at Bossard Arena.




Current roster[edit]

Updated July 6, 2015.[3][4][5]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
22 Finland Alatalo, SanteriSanteri Alatalo D L 27 2013 Tampere, Finland
90 Switzerland Bader, NoëlNoël Bader G L 21 2013 Zurich, Switzerland
70 Switzerland Blaser, YannickYannick Blaser D L 28 2009 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
87 Switzerland Bürgler, DarioDario Bürgler RW R 29 2014 Illgau, Switzerland
96 Canada Bouchard, Pierre-MarcPierre-Marc Bouchard W L 33 2014 Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
3 Switzerland Diem, NolanNolan Diem C L 23 2011 Lausanne, Switzerland
72 Switzerland Erni, SamuelSamuel Erni D L 26 2008 Frauenfeld, Switzerland
77 Switzerland Grossmann, RobinRobin Grossmann D L 29 2014 Dintikon, Switzerland
27 Canada Holden, JoshJosh Holden C L 39 2008 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
62 Finland Immonen, JarkkoJarkko Immonen C R 35 2015 Rantasalmi, Finland
10 Switzerland Lammer, DominicDominic Lammer RW L 24 2011 Altstätten, Switzerland
8 Switzerland Lüthi, SimonSimon Lüthi D R 30 2013 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
81 Switzerland Marchon, MarcMarc Marchon C L 22 2013 Vuisternens-en-Ogoz, Switzerland
46 Switzerland Martschini, LinoLino Martschini RW R 24 2012 Lucerne, Switzerland
74 France Morant, JohannJohann Morant D L 31 2014 Belfort, France
17 Switzerland Peter, EmanuelEmanuel Peter C L 33 2015 Uzwil, Switzerland
6 Switzerland Ramholt, TimTim Ramholt (A) D L 32 2013 Zurich, Switzerland
18 Switzerland Schlumpf, DominikDominik Schlumpf D R 26 2014 Mönchaltorf, Switzerland
57 Switzerland Schnyder, FabianFabian Schnyder (C) LW L 31 2003 Lucerne, Switzerland
50 Sweden Sondell, DanielDaniel Sondell D L 33 2014 Umeå, Sweden
36 Switzerland Stadler, LivioLivio Stadler D L 19 2014 Steinhausen, Switzerland
51 Switzerland Stephan, TobiasTobias Stephan G L 33 2014 Zurich, Switzerland
26 Switzerland Suri, RetoReto Suri LW L 28 2012 Zurich, Switzerland
14 Canada Thibaudeau, NicolasNicolas Thibaudeau C L 26 2015 Bois-des-Fillion, Quebec, Canada
94 Switzerland Zangger, SandroSandro Zangger W R 22 2014 Jona, Switzerland

NHL alumni[edit]


  1. ^ Rosen, Dan (2011-10-03). "Rangers fall to Swiss squad, 8-4". NHL.com. Retrieved 2011-10-03. 
  2. ^ "EV Zug wins against the New York Rangers!" (in German). www.nationalleague.ch. 2011-10-03. Retrieved 2011-10-03. 
  3. ^ "1.Mannschaft EV Zug" (in German). www.evz.ch. Retrieved 2013-01-23. 
  4. ^ "EV Zug team" (in German). www.nationalleague.ch. Retrieved 2012-09-30. 
  5. ^ "EV Zug équipe" (in French). www.nationalleague.ch. Retrieved 2012-09-30. 

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