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Düsseldorfer EG

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

DEG
Düsseldorfer EG logo.svg
CityDüsseldorf, Germany
LeagueDeutsche Eishockey Liga
Founded1935
Home arenaISS Dome
General managerStefan Adam
Head coachBranden Reicheld
CaptainAlexander Barta
Websitedeg-eishockey.de
Franchise history
1935–2002Düsseldorfer EG
2002–2012DEG Metro Stars
2012–Düsseldorfer EG

Düsseldorfer EG (short DEG) is a German professional ice hockey team in Düsseldorf. It was Germany's most successful hockey club for a long time and had many international players. The famous Eisstadion at the Brehmstrasse was the home venue for most of the team's history. The team now plays in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey League, abbreviated DEL); the home venue is the ISS Dome.

The club was founded on 8 November 1935 as Düsseldorfer Eislauf Gemeinschaft (DEG) and was renamed DEG Metro Stars on 1 March 2002. It was renamed again as Düsseldorfer Eislauf-Gemeinschaft (DEG) in 2012.

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Honors

  • German champions 1967, 1972, 1975, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996
  • German Runner-up, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1980, 1981, 1986, 1989, 1994, 2006, 2009
  • DEB-Pokal winners 2006
  • DEB-Pokal Runner-up, 2005
  • NRW state champion 1946
  • Champion in the 2. Bundesliga 2000 (the DEG was two years in the 2nd division due to financial problems)
  • 2nd place in Eurocup 1991
  • 3rd place in Eurocup 1997
  • Beat the NHL BLUE ALL-STARS team 3–1 in the first cross-league game of the teams history.

Players

Current roster

Updated August 18, 2018.[1]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
29 Germany Alexander Barta (A) C R 36 2016 Berlin, Germany
21 Germany Patrick Buzas C L 31 2018 Augsburg, Germany
14 Canada Jaedon Descheneau RW R 24 2018 Leduc, Alberta, Canada
67 Germany Bernhard Ebner D L 28 2012 Schongau, Germany
90 Germany Jerome Flaake RW L 29 2018 Guben, Germany
87 Germany Philip Gogulla LW L 31 2018 Düsseldorf, Germany
16 United States John Henrion RW R 28 2017 Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
25 Germany Johannes Huss D L 20 2017 Bad Tölz, Germany
55 Germany Patrick Köppchen D L 38 2018 Berlin, Germany
93 Germany Christian Kretschmann C R 25 2018 Mönchengladbach, Germany
94 Germany Lukas Laub LW L 24 2017 Rosenheim, Germany
77 Germany Nicklas Mannes D L 20 2017 Ratingen, Germany
46 Canada Kevin Marshall D L 30 2017 Boucherville, Quebec, Canada
58 United States Ryan McKiernan D L 29 2018 White Plains, New York, United States
17 Germany Leon Niederberger RW L 23 2015 Düsseldorf, Germany
35 Germany Mathias Niederberger G L 26 2015 Düsseldorf, Germany
8 Germany Marco Nowak D R 28 2016 Dresden, Germany
40 Norway Ken André Olimb C L 30 2018 Oslo, Norway
53 Sweden Fredrik Pettersson-Wentzel G L 27 2018 Uppsala, Sweden
45 Canada Alexandre Picard (A) D L 33 2017 Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
64 Canada Braden Pimm C L 29 2018 Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada
89 Germany Stefan Reiter F R 22 2018 München, Germany
22 Sweden Calle Ridderwall LW R 30 2018 Stockholm, Sweden
20 Germany Manuel Strodel LW/C L 27 2011 Buchloe, Germany


Honored members

Coaches

  • 1930s – Bobby Bell
  • 1952/1953 – Rainer Hillmann
  • 1950s – Clare (Jimmy) Drake
  • 1950s – Gerald Strong
  • 1956–1958 – Frank Trottier
  • 1958–1962 – Vlastimil Suchoparek
  • 1962–1965 – Engelbert Holderied
  • 1965–1969 – Hans Rampf
  • 1969/1970 – Dr. Ladislav Horsky
  • 1970–1972 – Xaver Unsinn
  • 1972/1973 – Jiri Pokorny
  • 1973–1976 – Chuck Holdaway
  • 1976/1977 – Hans Rampf, followed by George Agar
  • 1977/1978 – Rudi Hejtmanek
  • 1978/1979 – Otto Schneitberger
  • 1979–1982 – Gerhard Kießling
  • 1982/1983 – Jaromir Frycer
  • 1983–1984 – Heinz Weisenbach
  • 1984–1987 – Otto Schneitberger
  • 1987/1988 – Brian Lefley
  • 1988–1989 – Peter Johannson
  • 1989–1990 – Peter Hejma
  • 1990–1995 – Hans Zach
  • 1995–1997 – Hardy Nilsson
  • 1997 – Hans Zach
  • 1997/1998 – Chris Valentine
  • 1998–1999 – Czeslaw Panek
  • 1999–2001 – Gerhard Brunner
  • 2001–2004 – Michael Komma
  • 2004 – Walter Köberle as interimcoach
  • 2004–2005 – Butch Goring
  • 2005–2007 – Don Jackson
  • 2007 – Slavomir Lener
  • 2007–2008 – Lance Nethery as interim coach
  • 2008–2010 – Harold Kreis
  • 2010–2012 – Jeff Tomlinson
  • 2012–2014 – Christian Brittig
  • 2014–2017 – Christoph Kreutzer
  • 2017–2018 – Mike Pellegrims
  • 2018– – Tobias Abstreiter

References

  1. ^ "Düsseldorfer EG - Mannschaft" (in German). www.deg-eishockey.de. Retrieved 2016-11-29.

External links

This page was last edited on 10 March 2019, at 20:17
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