Fischtown Pinguins

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Fischtown Pinguins
REV Bremerhaven Logo.svg
City Bremerhaven
League DEL
Founded 1974 (1974)
Home arena Eisarena Bremerhaven
(cap: 4,254)
Colours

Black, Red, White

              
General manager Hauke Hasselbring
Head coach Thomas Popiesch
Captain Marian Dejdar

Website
www.fischtown-pinguins.de
Franchise history
1974-1983 RSC Bremerhaven
1983-1987 EHC Bremerhaven
1983-2002 REV Bremerhaven
2002-present Fischtown Pinguins

The Fischtown Pinguins, also known as REV Bremerhaven, are a professional ice hockey team based in Bremerhaven, Germany. From 2004 to 2016 the team played at the second level of ice hockey in Germany, unil the 2012–13 season the 2nd Bundesliga and, from the 2013–14 season onward the DEL2. On 1 July 2016 the team was granted a DEL licence for the 2016–17 season to replace the Hamburg Freezers in the league which had withdrawn from the competition.[1]

The team plays in the Eisarena Bremerhaven.

Season records[edit]

Season Games Won OTW SOW OTL SOL Lost Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Rank Playoffs
2nd Bundesliga 2007-08 52 20 2 0 2 0 28 66 148 164 12 No Playoffs/
Relegation
Abstiegsrunde 2007–08
Relegation Round
Defeated Lausitzer Füchse 4 games to 3 Saved
2nd Bundesliga 2008-09 48 19 0 2 3 0 24 64 144 157 10 Lost in Quarterfinals
2nd Bundesliga 2009-10 52 14 3 3 3 2 27 59 139 165 11 No Playoffs/
Relegation
Abstiegsrunde 2009–10
Relegation Round
Defeated Wölfe Freiburg 4 games to 1 Saved
2nd Bundesliga 2010–11 48 25 4 0 4 3 12 90 183 127 3 Lost in Quarterfinals
2nd Bundesliga 2011–12 48 18 2 4 2 1 21 69 161 161 9 No Playoffs/
Relegation
Abstiegsrunde 2011–12
Relegation Round
8 1 1 2 4 7 13 23 5 Saved

Tournament results[edit]

Year 1st round 2nd round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
Eishockeypokal 2002–03 L, 1-6, Krefeld Pinguine
Eishockeypokal 2003–04 L, 3-4, Hannover Scorpions
Eishockeypokal 2004–05 L, 3-4, Hannover Scorpions
Eishockeypokal 2005–06 W, 1-0, Hannover Scorpions L, 0-4, Adler Mannheim
Eishockeypokal 2006–07 W, 5-3, Hannover Indians W, 9-2, DEG Metro Stars W, 2-1, Frankfurt Lions L, 1-5, Adler Mannheim
Eishockeypokal 2007–08 W, 4-3, Kölner Haie L, 2-3, ERC Ingolstadt
Year Games Won OTW SOW OTL SOL Lost Points Goals for Goals against Result
Eishockeypokal 2008–09 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 3 7 Fourth Place in Group Play, Eliminated
Year 1st round 2nd round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
DEB-Pokal 2009–10 W, 6-1, Hannover Indians W, 4-2, ETC Crimmitschau W, 5-4, U-20 National Team L, 0-3, EHC München
DEB-Pokal 2010–11 W, 6-3, Landshut Cannibals W, 5-0, Dresdner Eislöwen W, 5-2, EC Peiting L, 2-4, EV Ravensburg
DEB-Pokal 2011–12 W, 5-4, Kassel Huskies W, 7-3, ETC Crimmitschau W, 8-0, EC Bad Nauheim L, 1-5, Landshut Cannibals

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bremerhaven wird DEL-Standort" [Bremerhaven joins the DEL]. kicker.de (in German). Kicker (sports magazine). 1 July 2015. Retrieved 2 July 2016. 

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