SCL Tigers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from SCL Tigers Langnau)
Jump to: navigation, search
SCL Tigers
SCL Tigers Logo.png
Full name Schlittschuh Club Langnau Tigers AG
Founded 1946
Based in Langnau i.E., Switzerland
Arena Ilfis Stadium
(capacity: 6,500)
League NLA
Team colors               
GM Ruedi Zesiger
Head coach Canada John Fust
Captain Canada Pascal Pelletier
Website www.scltigers.ch

SC Langnau Tigers are a professional ice hockey team from Langnau im Emmental, Switzerland.

History[edit]

SCL Tigers versus SC Bern in an outdoor game on January 14, 2007

After their promotion in 1998 they played in Switzerland's top hockey level for 15 years. At the end of the 2012–2013 season, they were defeated in the promotion/relegation games by the Lausanne HC and were relegated to the National League B. SCL Tigers became the champions of the 2014–2015 NLB season and gained the right to play against the worst team of 2014–15 NLA season in the promotion/relegation round. They will return to National League A for 2015–2016 season after they defeated Rapperswil-Jona Lakers.

Honors[edit]

Champions[edit]

Runners-up[edit]

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Updated January 23, 2013.[1][2][3]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
30 Switzerland Bäumle, ThomasThomas Bäumle G R 30 2012 Olten, Switzerland
75 Canada Bomersback, MarkMark Bomersback LW L 32 2013 Rochester, Alberta, Canada
97 Switzerland Brunner, AdrianAdrian Brunner Injured Reserve LW/C L 27 2012
18 Switzerland Bucher, TobiasTobias Bucher C L 26 2010 Frauenfeld, Switzerland
40 Switzerland Froidevaux, EtienneEtienne Froidevaux (AInjured Reserve C L 26 2012 Biel, Switzerland
19 Switzerland Genazzi, JoelJoel Genazzi Injured Reserve LW L 27 2010 Zürich, Switzerland
61 Switzerland Gerber, AdrianAdrian Gerber RW R 31 2009 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
72 Switzerland Gerber, TomTom Gerber Injured Reserve LW L 21 2009
1 Switzerland Giovannini, RemoRemo Giovannini G L 24 2012 Davos, Switzerland
95 Switzerland Haas, LukasLukas Haas LW L 27 2009 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
14 Switzerland Jacquemet, ArnaudArnaud Jacquemet RW R 27 2012 Sion, Switzerland
4 Switzerland Lardi, FedericoFederico Lardi D L 29 2010 Poschiavo, Switzerland
11 Switzerland Leblanc, RobinRobin Leblanc RW R 32 2011 Chur, Switzerland
20 Switzerland Lindemann, KimKim Lindemann D L 32 2010 Chur, Switzerland
8 Switzerland Lüthi, SimonSimon Lüthi D R 28 2001 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
93 Switzerland Lüthi, ValentinValentin Lüthi D L 21 2007
71 Canada McLean, KurtisKurtis McLean C R 34 2011 Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada
16 Switzerland Moggi, ClaudioClaudio Moggi (A) LW L 32 2007
37 Switzerland Moggi, SandroSandro Moggi RW L 32 2007
29 Switzerland Moser, ChristianChristian Moser D L 30 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
89 Switzerland Moser, SimonSimon Moser (C) LW L 26 2006 Bern, Switzerland
88 Switzerland Nüssli, ThomasThomas Nüssli LW L 33 2012 Herisau, Switzerland
10 Canada Pelletier, PascalPascal Pelletier C L 31 2010 Labrador City, Labrador, Canada
39 Switzerland Reber, JörgJörg Reber D L 40 2009 Grosshöchstetten, Switzerland
87 Switzerland Rexha, AlbanAlban Rexha C L 22 2007 Signau, Switzerland
2 Switzerland Rytz, PhilippePhilippe Rytz D L 30 2011 Biel, Switzerland
27 Switzerland Sterchi, SimonSimon Sterchi W R 20 2011


References[edit]

  1. ^ "1.Mannschaft > 1.Mannschaft" (in German). www.scltigers.ch. Retrieved 2012-12-29. 
  2. ^ "SCL Tigers team" (in German). www.nationalleague.ch. Retrieved 2012-09-30. 
  3. ^ "SCL Tigers équipe" (in French). www.nationalleague.ch. Retrieved 2012-09-30. 

External links[edit]