2010–11 IIHF Continental Cup

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Match between Junost Minsk and Red Bull Salzburg

The Continental Cup 2010–11 was the 14th edition of the IIHF Continental Cup. The season started on September 24, 2010, and finished on January 16, 2011.

The Super Final was played in Minsk, Belarus on the 14-16 January, 2011.

The points system used in this tournament was: the winner in regular time won 3 points, the loser 0 points; in case of a tie, an overtime and a penalty shootout is played, the winner in penalty shootouts or overtime won 2 points and the loser won 1 point.

First Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

(Jaca, Spain)

Team #1 Score Team #2
CH Jaca Spain 15:0 Israel Bat Yam HC
Bat Yam HC Israel 3:8 Turkey Ankara University SK
Ankara University SK Turkey 1:7 Spain CH Jaca

Group A standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Spain CH Jaca 6
2 Turkey Ankara University SK 3
3 Israel Bat Yam HC 0
  • Note: SC Energija of Lithuania was scheduled to compete, however their flight to Jaca was cancelled when their sponsoring airline went bankrupt.[1]

Second Group Stage[edit]

Group B[edit]

(Tilburg, Netherlands)

Team #1 Score Team #2
KS Cracovia Poland 9:1 Estonia Kohtla-Järve Viru Sputnik
Tilburg Trappers Netherlands 8:2 Spain CH Jaca
KS Cracovia Poland 10:1 Spain CH Jaca
Kohtla-Järve Viru Sputnik Estonia 7:4 Netherlands Tilburg Trappers
Tilburg Trappers Netherlands 4:5 Poland KS Cracovia
CH Jaca Spain 3:5 Estonia Kohtla-Järve Viru Sputnik

Group B standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Poland KS Cracovia 9
2 Estonia Kohtla-Järve Viru Sputnik 6
3 Netherlands Tilburg Trappers 3
4 Spain CH Jaca 0

Group C[edit]

(Maribor, Slovenia)

Team #1 Score Team #2
Saryarka Karaganda Kazakhstan 7:0 Hungary DAB-Docler
HDK Maribor Slovenia 3:8 Romania HSC Csíkszereda
HSC Csíkszereda Romania 4:3 Kazakhstan Saryarka Karaganda
DAB-Docler Hungary 2:3 Slovenia HDK Maribor
DAB-Docler Hungary 5:2 Romania HSC Csíkszereda
HDK Maribor Slovenia 2:6 Kazakhstan Saryarka Karaganda

Group C standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Romania HSC Csíkszereda 6
2 Kazakhstan Saryarka Karaganda 6
3 Slovenia HDK Maribor 3
4 Hungary DAB-Docler 3

Note: SC Miercurea Ciuc qualifies for the next round based on their win over Sary-Arka Karaganda.

Third Group Stage[edit]

Group D[edit]

(Rouen, France)

Team #1 Score Team #2
Coventry Blaze United Kingdom 6:1 Latvia HK Liepājas Metalurgs
Dragons de Rouen France 1:2 (OT) Poland KS Cracovia
KS Cracovia Poland 1:6 United Kingdom Coventry Blaze
HK Liepājas Metalurgs Latvia 1:4 France Dragons de Rouen
KS Cracovia Poland 7:5 Latvia HK Liepājas Metalurgs
Dragons de Rouen France 7:3 United Kingdom Coventry Blaze

Group D standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 France Dragons de Rouen 7
2 United Kingdom Coventry Blaze 6
3 Poland KS Cracovia 5
4 Latvia HK Liepājas Metalurgs 0

Group E[edit]

(Asiago, Italy)

Team #1 Score Team #2
SønderjyskE Ishockey Denmark 5:3 Romania HSC Csíkszereda
HC Asiago Italy 4:3 (SO) Ukraine Sokil Kyiv
Sokil Kyiv Ukraine 2:3 Denmark SønderjyskE Ishockey
HC Asiago Italy 6:1 Romania HSC Csíkszereda
HSC Csíkszereda Romania 4:7 Ukraine Sokil Kyiv
SønderjyskE Ishockey Denmark 4:3 (SO) Italy HC Asiago

Group E standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Denmark SønderjyskE Ishockey 8
2 Italy HC Asiago 6
3 Ukraine Sokil Kyiv 4
4 Romania HSC Csíkszereda 0

Final stage[edit]

Final Group[edit]

(Minsk, Belarus)

Team #1 Score Team #2
Red Bull Salzburg Austria 6:1 France Dragons de Rouen
Junost Minsk Belarus 2:1 Denmark SønderjyskE Ishockey
Dragons de Rouen France 2:4 Belarus Junost Minsk
Red Bull Salzburg Austria 3:2 Denmark SønderjyskE Ishockey
SønderjyskE Ishockey Denmark 3:2 France Dragons de Rouen
Junost Minsk Belarus 4:3 Austria Red Bull Salzburg

Final Group standings[edit]

Rank Team Points
1 Belarus Junost Minsk 9
2 Austria Red Bull Salzburg 6
3 Denmark SønderjyskE Ishockey 3
4 France Dragons de Rouen 0


  1. ^ "Group A Results". IIHF. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 

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