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ERC Ingolstadt

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ERC Ingolstadt
ERC Ingolstadt Logo.svg
CityIngolstadt, Germany
LeagueDeutsche Eishockey Liga
Founded1964
Home arenaSaturn Arena
Colors     
General managerLarry Mitchell
Head coachDoug Shedden
Websiteerc-ingolstadt.de

ERC Ingolstadt (Eishockey-und-Rollschuh club, German pronunciation: [ˈaɪshɔkeː   ʔʊnt ˈʁɔlʃuː ˈklʊp]) is a German professional ice hockey club that plays in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL). Commonly known as the Panthers, the team plays its home games at the Saturn Arena in Ingolstadt.

History

ERC Ingolstadt was promoted to the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in 2002 after three consecutive years of playing in the championship finals of Germany's second-tier hockey league, the 2.Bundesliga.

During the 2004–05 NHL lockout, Ingolstadt signed National Hockey League (NHL) players Marco Sturm, Andy McDonald, Jamie Langenbrunner and Aaron Ward. Other well-known NHL alumni include goaltender Jimmy Waite, Yves Sarault, Patric Hörnqvist and Jason Holland.

In the 2008–09 season, the team took part in the famous Spengler Cup.[1]

ERC Ingolstadt won its first and only DEL championship in 2014 as an overwhelming underdog entering the playoffs. After finishing in ninth place in the regular season, the Panthers knocked out the three-time defending league champions Eisbären Berlin in overtime of the final game of the playoff qualification round. In the first round of the playoffs, the team of head coach Niklas Sundblad then shocked second-seeded Krefeld Pinguine in five games and then eliminated Hamburg Freezers, who had finished the regular season in first place, in six games. In the championship final, Ingolstadt defeated Kölner Haie in seven games, with goaltender Timo Pielmeier recording a 27-save shutout in Game 7.

By virtue of winning the DEL championship, ERC Ingolstadt was invited to play in the 2014–15 Champions Hockey League.

Season records

Saturn Arena in Ingolstadt, home ice of the Panthers.
Saturn Arena in Ingolstadt, home ice of the Panthers.
Season Games Won Lost Tie OTL SOL Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Rank Playoffs
2002–03 52 21 24 7 0 - 65 122 135 12 No Playoffs
2003–04 52 31 19 0 2 - 92 132 118 7 Lost in Semi-finals
2004–05 52 31 18 0 3 - 91 149 139 5 Lost in Semi-finals
2005–06 52 33 17 - 0 2 98 162 120 2 Lost in Quarterfinals
2006–07 52 30 16 - 2 4 94 180 146 4 Lost in Quarterfinals
2007–08 56 30 22 - 3 1 83 180 190 10 Lost in Premliminary Finals
2008–09 52 22 24 - 4 2 68 144 155 12 No Playoffs
2009–10 56 31 22 - 3 0 89 205 181 7 Lost in Semi-finals
2010–11 52 28 20 - 1 3 79 153 143 6 Lost in Quarterfinals
2011–12 52 26 16 - 2 3 93 168 150 2 Lost in Semi-finals
2012–13 52 21 18 - 3 2 84 161 149 6 Lost in Quarterfinals
2013–14 52 21 22 - 4 2 75 138 149 9 Champions
2014–15 52 29 17 - 3 2 94 182 152 3 Lost in Final
2015–16 52 23 22 - 4 3 76 155 161 8 Lost in premliminary playoffs
2016–17 52 24 22 - 2 4 76 159 157 7 Lost in premliminary playoffs
2017–18 52 20 19 - 3 2 79 147 137 4 Lost in Quarterfinals
2018–19 52 23 19 - 2 1 86 158 152 5 Lost in Quarterfinals
2019–20 52 19 19 - 2 2 81 164 161 7 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[2]
2020–21 38 20 14 - 2 2 59 123 109 5 Lost in Semi-finals

Players

Current roster

Updated 20 February 2021.[3]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
11 Canada Louis-Marc Aubry C L 29 2020 Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada
22 Canada Mat Bodie D L 31 2020 East St. Paul, Manitoba, Canada
35 Canada Nicolas Daws G L 20 2020 München, Germany
24 Canada Brandon DeFazio LW L 32 2020 Oakville, Ontario, Canada
89 Germany Hans Detsch LW L 26 2019 Landsberg am Lech, Germany
4 Canada Morgan Ellis D R 29 2020 Ellerslie, Prince Edward Island, Canada
61 Germany David Elsner RW R 29 2015 Landshut, Germany
71 Germany Justin Feser C L 28 2020 Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
34 Canada Michael Garteig G L 29 2020 Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
10 Germany Mirko Höfflin RW L 28 2019 Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
7 Canada Colton Jobke (A) D L 29 2018 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
12 Canada Ryan Kuffner LW L 24 2020 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
45 United States Ben Marshall D L 28 2020 St. Paul, Minnesota, United States
52 Finland Petrus Palmu RW L 23 2020 Joensuu, Finland
86 Germany Daniel Pietta C L 34 2020 Krefeld, Germany
27 Germany Garret Pruden D R 22 2019 Bad Nauheim, Germany
20 Germany Emil Quaas D L 24 2020 Berlin, Germany
97 Germany Simon Schütz D L 23 2016 Regensburg, Germany
21 United States Wayne Simpson (A) RW R 31 2019 Oakville, Ontario, Canada
28 Germany Samuel Soramies F L 22 2020 Heidelberg, Germany
19 Germany Wojciech Stachowiak LW L 21 2020 Gdansk, Poland
9 Denmark Frederik Storm LW L 32 2020 Gentofte, Denmark
5 Germany Fabio Wagner (C) D L 25 2014 Landshut, Germany
33 Germany Tim Wohlgemuth C L 21 2018 Landsberg am Lech, Germany


Honors

Champions

References

  1. ^ "25 Years Later: Dynamo wins Spengler Cup!". Archived from the original on 31 December 2010. Retrieved 31 December 2008.
  2. ^ "Deutsche Eishockey Liga beendet Saison vorzeitig". del.org (in German). Retrieved 10 March 2020.
  3. ^ "ERC Ingolstadt > Team > Mannschaft" (in German). www.erc-ingolstadt.de. 21 February 2021. Retrieved 20 February 2021.

External links


This page was last edited on 30 April 2021, at 18:55
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