SCL Tigers

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SCL Tigers
SCL Tigers logo.svg
City Langnau i.E., Switzerland
League NLA
Founded 1946
Home arena Ilfis Stadium
(Capacity: 6,000)
Colours               
General manager Peter Müller
Head coach Denmark Heinz Ehlers
Captain Switzerland Martin Stettler
Website www.scltigers.ch
Franchise history
Schlittschuh Club Langnau Tigers AG

SC Langnau Tigers are a professional ice hockey team from Langnau im Emmental, Switzerland. They play in the National League A (NLA). The team plays its home games in the 6,000-seat Ilfis Stadium, which is currently the smallest arena in the NLA.

Langnau was the eighth most attended team in the NLA for the 2015-16 season, averaging 5,868 (98%).[1]

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 NLA season, they were defeated in the promotion/relegation games by 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 the 2015–2016 season after they defeated the Rapperswil-Jona Lakers in four games.

Honors[edit]

Champions[edit]

Runners-up[edit]

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Updated November 6, 2016.[2]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
28 Switzerland Albrecht, Yannick-LennartYannick-Lennart Albrecht C/LW R 22 2013
91 Switzerland Berger, NilsNils Berger RW R 25 2015 Niederurnen, Switzerland
19 Switzerland Berger, PascalPascal Berger RW R 27 2016 Burgdorf, Switzerland
70 Switzerland Blaser, YannickYannick Blaser Injured Reserve D L 27 2009 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
89 Switzerland Chiriaev, EvgenïEvgenï Chiriaev C L 27 2015 Kiev, Ukraine
40 Switzerland Ciaccio, DamianoDamiano Ciaccio G L 27 2014 Grandson, Switzerland
13 Switzerland Currit, FabienFabien Currit D L 21 2015
83 Canada DiDomenico, ChrisChris DiDomenico C/RW R 27 2015 Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada
84 Finland Elo, EeroEero Elo RW R 26 2016 Rauma, Finland
61 Switzerland Gerber, AdrianAdrian Gerber RW R 33 2009 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
15 Switzerland Gerber, RolandRoland Gerber W R 32 2016
95 Switzerland Haas, LukasLukas Haas Injured Reserve LW L 28 2009 Langnau i.E., Switzerland
10 Finland Koistinen, VilleVille Koistinen D L 34 2015 Oulu, Finland
21 Switzerland Kuonen, RaphaëlRaphaël Kuonen W R 24 2016 Visp, Switzerland
68 Switzerland Lindemann, SvenSven Lindemann RW L 38 2014 Chur, Switzerland
16 Switzerland Moggi, ClaudioClaudio Moggi LW L 33 2007
5 Switzerland Müller, YvesYves Müller D L 27 2014
48 United States Murray, JordyJordy Murray Injured Reserve LW L 26 2015 Voorhees, New Jersey, United States
88 Switzerland Nüssli, ThomasThomas Nüssli LW/C L 34 2012 Herisau, Switzerland
74 Latvia Punnenovs, IvarsIvars Punnenovs G L 22 2015 Riga, Latvia
51 Switzerland Randegger, FlurinFlurin Randegger C L 28 2016 Basel, Switzerland
94 United States Schremp, RobRob Schremp C L 30 2016 Fulton, New York, United States
81 Switzerland Seydoux, PhilippePhilippe Seydoux D L 31 2016 Bern, Switzerland
24 Canada Shinnimin, BrendanBrendan Shinnimin C R 25 2016 East St. Paul, Manitoba, Canada
7 Switzerland Stettler, MartinMartin Stettler Injured Reserve D R 32 2011 Burgdorf, Switzerland
63 Switzerland Dan, WeisskopfWeisskopf Dan D R 27 2015 Biel, Switzerland
93 Switzerland Silvan, WyssWyss Silvan D L 23 2012 Biel, Switzerland
64 Switzerland Miro, ZyrdZyrd Miro D L 22 2012


References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.hockeyfans.ch/news/meldung/39997
  2. ^ "1.Mannschaft > 1.Mannschaft" (in German). www.scltigers.ch. Retrieved 2016-11-06. 

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