IIHF European Women's Champions Cup

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Champion of the 2010 IIHF European Women's Champions Cup, HK Tornado, Moscow Region, in Russia

IIHF European Women's Champions Cup (EWCC) was a European competition of Women's Ice Hockey clubs, organized annually by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) since 2004 till 2015. The format of this competition included two phases of groups followed by a final tournament for four teams.

History[edit]

The competition was created in 2004, at the same time as the similar competition for men's hockey teams. The first winner was the Swedish club AIK IF. This team gained the following three tournaments. Since 2009, the IIHF European Women's Champions Cup was dominated by the Russian women's teams.

Winners[edit]

Years Gold Silver Bronze Host city
2004–05 Sweden AIK IF Russia HC SKIF Moscow Switzerland EV Zoug Sweden Solna
2005–06 Sweden AIK IF Finland Espoo Blues Russia HC SKIF Moscow Sweden Solna
2006–07 Sweden AIK IF Russia HC Tornado Sweden Segeltorps IF Sweden Katrineholm
2007–08 Sweden AIK IF Finland Espoo Blues Kazakhstan Aisulu Almaty Sweden Vallentuna
2008–09 Russia SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod Sweden Segeltorps IF Finland Espoo Blues Finland Lohja
2009–10 Russia HC Tornado Finland Espoo Blues Germany OSC Berlin Germany Berlin
2010–11 Finland Ilves Russia SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod Switzerland HC Lugano Switzerland Lugano
2011–12 Russia HC Tornado Switzerland ZSC Lions Finland HPK Hameenlinna Finland Hämeenlinna
2012–13 Russia HC Tornado Sweden Modo Hockey Finland Oulun Kärpät Finland Oulu
2013–14 Russia HC Tornado Sweden AIK IF Finland Espoo Blues Germany Bad Tölz
2014–15 Russia SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod Sweden Linköpings HC Finland Espoo Blues Finland Espoo

Champion team rosters[edit]

2004–05[edit]

 Sweden AIK IF

Goalies: Kim Martin, Jessica Sandén

Defense : Malin Åberg, Emilia Andersson, Emelie Berggren, Frida Hemstad, Elin Holmlöv, Andréa Morger, Linn Risendahl, Henrietta Varviharju

Forwards : Gizela Blom, Desirée Byström, Lisa Flemström, Nanna Hamell, Caroline Hammerheim, Maria Hortell, Angelica Lorsell, Emilie O'Konor, Josefin Rudberg, Danijela Rundqvist, Katarina Timglas, Pernilla Winberg, Sofia Wöchtl, Sophie Zakrisson

Head Coach: Joachim Ahlgren

2005–06[edit]

 Sweden AIK IF

Goalies : Valentina Lizana, Kim Martin

Defense : Malin Åberg, Emilia Andersson, Emelie Berggren, Elin Holmlöv, Sara Lindquist, Andréa Morger, Henrietta Varviharju

Forwards : Gizela Blom, Desirée Byström, Lisa Flemström, Nanna Hamell, Isabelle Jordansson, Angelica Lorsell, Emilie O'Konor, Danijela Rundqvist, Katarina Timglas, Pernilla Winberg, Sophie Zakrisson

Head Coach: John Banarp

2006–07[edit]

 Sweden AIK IF

Goalies: Annica Åhlén, Valentina Lizana

Defence: Malin Åberg, Emilia Andersson, Linnéa Bäckman, Emelie Berggren, Marte Harmens, Sara Lindquist, Katarina Timglas

Forward: Gizela Blom, Sandra Claesson, Deborah Eckefjord, Nanna Hamell, Nanna Jansson, Isabelle Jordansson, Maria Rooth, Danijela Rundqvist, Malin Sonefors, Pernilla Winberg, Henrietta Varviharju

Head Coach: Mikael Gustafsson

2007–08[edit]

 Sweden AIK IF

Goalies : Josephin Lennström, Madeleine Schelander

Defense : Emilia Andersson, Linnéa Bäckman, Emelie Berggren, Maria Hortell, Hanna Lindström, Katarina Timglas, Suvi Vacker

Forwards: Maritta Becker, Gizela Blom, Sandra Claesson, Deborah Eckefjord, Nanna Hamell, Isabelle Jordansson, Kathrin Lehmann, Maria Rooth, Danijela Rundqvist, Malin Sonefors, Pernilla Winberg

Head Coach: Henrik Cedergren

2008–09[edit]

 Russia SKIF Nizhny Novgorod

Goalies : Nadejda Alexandrova, Alena Kropatcheva

Defence: Alena Khomitch, Jenni Hiirikoski, Aleksandra Kapoustina, Kati Kovalainen, Victoria Samarina, Anna Chtchoukina, Larissa Teplygina

Forwards: Ioulia Deoulina, Ielena Gouslistaïa, Karoliina Rantamäki, Olga Semenets, Ielena Silina, Olga Sossina, Tatiana Sotnikova, Svetlana Terentyeva, Svetlana Tkatschova, Oksana Tretyakova, Marjo Voutilainen

Head Coach: Ievgueni Bobariko

2009–10[edit]

 Russia HK Tornado

Goalies: Irina Gachennikova, Anna Prougova

Defence: Correne Bredin, Inna Dioubanok, Olga Permiakova, Kristina Petrovskaïa, Zoïa Polounina, Natalia Poussikova, Maria Skvortsova

Forwards: Tatiana Bourina, Ia Gavrilova, Jana Kapustová, Iveta Koka, Svetlana Kolmykova, Petra Pravlíková, Marina Serguina, Galina Skiba, Iekaterina Smolentseva, Iekaterina Smolina

Head Coach: Alekseï Tchistiakov

2010–11[edit]

 Finland Ilves

Goalies: Viivi Vartia, Linda Selkee Defence: Rosa Lindstedt, Anna Kilponen, Emma Haataja, Mari Saarinen, Hanna-Riikka Turpeinen, Heidi Pelttari, Merja Halmetoja

Forwards: Jenna Sukko, Johanna Koivula, Venla Kotkaslahti, Sari Karna, Tawni Mattila, Saara Tuominen, Reetta Aavasalo, Heli Myllymaki, Anni Rantanen

Head Coach: Samuli Marjeta

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Individual honors[edit]

2004–05[edit]

Honor Player Team
Best Goalie Kim Martin AIK IF
Best Defender Päivi Halonen Espoo Blues
Best Forward Danijela Rundqvist AIK IF

2005–06[edit]

Honor Player Team
Best Goalie Kim Martin AIK IF
Best Defender Emma Laaksonen Espoo Blues
Best Forward Daniela Diaz EV Zoug

2006–07[edit]

Non-available

2007–08[edit]

Honor Player Team
Best Goalie Noora Räty Espoo Blues
Best Defender Tatiana Shtelmeister Aisulu Almaty
Best Forward Erika Holst AIK IF

2008–09[edit]

Honor Player Team
Best Goalie Alexandra Kyobe Segeltorps IF
Best Defender Jenni Hiirikoski SKIF Nijni-Novgorod
Best Forward Erika Holst Segeltorps IF

2009–10[edit]

Honor Player Team
Best Goalie Ivonne Schröder OSC Berlin
Best Defender Emma Laaksonen Espoo Blues
Best Forward Ia Gavrilova HK Tornado

2010–11[edit]

Honor Player Team
Best Goalie Daria Obydennova Aisulu Almaty
Best Defender Nicole Bullo HC Lugano
Best Forward Saara Tuominen Ilves

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