SC Bietigheim-Bissingen

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SC Bietigheim-Bissingen
Bietigheim Steelers
SC Bietigheim-Bissingen logo.svg
City Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany
League DEL2
Founded 1981
Home arena EgeTransArena
(cap: 4,500)
Colours

Green, White, Blue

              
General manager Volker Schnabel
Head coach Kevin Gaudet
Captain Marcus Sommerfeld
Website www.steelers.de
Franchise history
1981—1988 SC Kornwestheim e.V
1988—1991 SC Bietigheim-Bissingen-Kornwestheim e.V
1991—2006 SC Bietigheim-Bissingen
2006—present Bietigheim Steelers

SC Bietigheim-Bissingen, also known as the Bietigheim Steelers, is a professional ice hockey team based in Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany. They currently play in DEL2,[1] the second level of ice hockey in Germany. Prior to the 2013–14 season they played in the 2nd Bundesliga.

History[edit]

The club was created as SC Bietigheim-Bissingen-Kornwestheim e.V. in 1988. In 1991, they were renamed SC Bietigheim-Bissingen. In 2000, the club was promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga.

Season records[edit]

Tier Season Games Won OTW SOW Tie OTL SOL Lost Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Rank Playoffs
3 2. Eishockey-Liga Süd 1994–95 30 18 0 12 33 148 148 8 Promotion Round
Aufstiegsrunde 1. Liga Süd
Promotion Round
14 11 54 65 6 Not Promoted
3 2. Eishockey-Liga Süd 1995–96 30 19 3 8 41 198 110 3 Promotion Round
Aufstiegsrunde 1. Liga Süd
Promotion Round
14 5 3 6 13 61 62 5 Not Promoted
3 2. Eishockey-Liga Süd 1996–97 42 36 3 3 75 380 114 1 Champions
Promoted
2 Hacker-Pschorr-League 1997–98 30 8 3 6 13 36 109 115 13
3 1. Eishockey-Liga Süd 1998–99 44 28 2 2 12 90 218 146 1 Lost in Finals
Promoted
2 2. Bundesliga 1999–00 50 25 5 20 76 190 183 8 Lost in Quarterfinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2000–01 44 24 7 13 76 173 146 4 Lost in Quarterfinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2001–02 52 31 7 14 94 207 178 3 Lost in Semifinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2002–03 56 36 8 12 107 219 182 1 Lost in Semifinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2003–04 48 25 2 2 19 81 197 152 6 Lost in Semifinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2004–05 52 23 5 4 20 83 183 171 8 Lost in Quarterfinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2005–06 52 26 8 6 12 100 180 137 3 Lost in Quarterfinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2006–07 52 21 5 8 18 81 156 149 9 No Playoffs
2 2. Bundesliga 2007–08 52 22 1 1 3 4 21 77 130 129 7 Lost in Quarterfinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2008–09 48 32 1 3 1 1 10 106 177 97 1 Champions
2 2. Bundesliga 2009–10 52 24 2 5 3 3 15 92 150 120 4 Lost in Semifinals
2 2. Bundesliga 2010–11 48 14 6 0 3 4 21 61 129 159 10 Lost in Pre-Playoffs
2 2. Bundesliga 2011–12 48 15 0 2 4 4 23 57 165 177 11 No Playoffs/
Relegation
Abstiegsrunde 2011–12
Relegation Round
8 4 1 0 3 14 25 17 2 Saved
2 2. Bundesliga 2012–13 48 29 1 1 - 2 4 11 97 181 135 1 Champions

Tournament Results[edit]

Year 1st round 2nd round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
Eishockeypokal 2002–03 W, 7–1, SC Mittelrhein L, 2–5, Augsburger Panther
Eishockeypokal 2003–04 W, 4–2, SERC Wild Wings L, 3–5, Eisbären Berlin
Eishockeypokal 2004–05 W, 3–2, Adler Mannheim W, 3–2, Blue Devils Weiden L, 2–1, DEG Metro Stars
Eishockeypokal 2005–06 W, 3–2, Kassel Huskies W, 4–2, ERC Ingolstadt L, 2–5, Adler Mannheim
Eishockeypokal 2006–07 L, 6–7, Frankfurt Lions
Eishockeypokal 2007–08 L, 2-3, Adler Mannheim
Year Games Won OTW SOW OTL SOL Lost Points Goals for Goals against Result
Eishockeypokal 2008–09 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 6 6 Second Place in Group Play, Eliminated
Year 1st round 2nd round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
DEB-Pokal 2009–10 W, 4-3, Heilbronner Falken L, 2-3, SERC Wild Wings
DEB-Pokal 2010–11 W, 8-1, Blackhawks Passau L, 3-4, Hannover Indians
DEB-Pokal 2011–12 W, 4-3, Tölzer Löwen W, 1-0, EV Ravensburg W, 5-1, EC Peiting W, 3-0, Hannover Indians W, 6-3, Landshut Cannibals
DEB-Pokal 2012–13 W, 11-0, VER Selb W, 6-4, Lausitzer Füchse W, 6-4, Landshut Cannibals W, 5-2, Heilbronner Falken W, 2-1, Starbulls Rosenheim

Achievements[edit]

  • DEB-Pokal champion : 2012, 2013
  • 2nd Bundesliga champion : 2009, 2013
  • 2. Liga Süd champion : 1997

Coaching History[edit]

Name Years
Kevin Gaudet 2011-Present
Danny Held 2010-2011
Christian Brittig 2007-2010
Michael Komma 2006-2007
Uli Liebsch 2004-2006
Daniel Naud 2002-2004
Gary Prior 2001-2002
Tom Pokel 1998-2001
Doug Kacharvich 1997-1998
Petteri Lehmussaari 1996-1997
Wolfgang Rosenberg 1995-1996
Petteri Lehmussaari 1993-1995
Jan Mancar 1992-1993
Richard Piasecki 1991-1992
Danilo Valenti 1990-1991
Richard Piasecki 1989–1990

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Liga" [League] (in German). DEL2. Retrieved 2013-11-23. 

External links[edit]