Close up of Ice Hockey Stick on Rink

IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A 2022-23

Standings

IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A 2022-23

PosTeamGPWLOTPTSGFGADiff
1752010462224
2220041248
3211021073
4413021034-24
510100000
620200011-11

Results

IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A 2022-23

About the Irish Ice Hockey Association League A 2022-23

The Irish Ice Hockey Association League A features five teams from four clubs – Dublin Buccaneers, Flying Ducks (Dublin), Dun Dealgan Warriors (Dundalk, Co. Louth), and Latvian Hawks 1 and 2 (a.k.a. Wild Hawks, Dundalk). Celtic Clovers another Dublin team pulled out just before the first game and another three teams were signed up before the season started but have so far not taken part: Cork Wolfpack, Kilkenny Storm and Sirens (an All-Women’s team).

Ice Hockey Stock Image

Close up of Ice Hockey Stick on Rink
Header Image (1): Congtributor: Kat72 Closeup of one hockey stick and puck laying on textured ice in black and white Item ID: 576241228 [Internet] Available from: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/closeup-one-hockey-stick-puck-laying-576241228 [Accessed 22 March 2022]

References

Scoreboard References

[1] IIHA (2022) Game Center [Internet] Available from: https://iiha.org/game-center/ [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[2] Flying Ducks Facebook (2022) Post, August 6, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/FlyingDucksIrl/posts/pfbid08QucGhSs44J3yxhT8ygxYW1ekbUtrKJi1mj9MZPZda9yRATEN5cPM8kVSVp9adSDl [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[3] Flying Ducks Facebook (2022) Post, August 19, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/FlyingDucksIrl/posts/pfbid026gYS1DwpT8fzhztdZ1oxwUVDiUM67a7zk9Tfuy62KHvow1ssL1jBGRAvVsi2Y23Kl [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[4] Flying Ducks Facebook (2022) Post, August 27, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/FlyingDucksIrl/posts/pfbid02mCytBopgtjmE9f4jbCa91rrU5iSMkdiEAo2LrFSjQWqihy3xzMtWCtdTW7MkeCphl [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[5] Dublin Buccaneers (2022) Schedule [Internet] Available from: https://www.dublinbuccaneers.com/schedule.html  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[6] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, August 6, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0325jvueb9B4BEmu6eSc87GzKFziiG4Cwoegenfp628H9HPWGDVundb1cNjbmkw3fXl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[7] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, August 9, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0PD5eMG9tBcQWg9Mxyg3YVabqfdgqdgK1niBevdCoVUFakaA4dLtgr1PjmUkFT4Pol  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[8] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, August 14, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid02aZchktfcyhSona1GubsCoH9MDC61Jb4aQcb94aTn5bwTfieLMa3tTkiV5NfeAnoql  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[9] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, August 18, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid02sDMuu5neYvYmRU9wgnRPtZX6Vfz56pqfTzP7hB4y9fJBoGhMNXjMMx8WQvHFS5w6l  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[10] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, August 21, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid02PaNkXZRmnJD9tNdzrbY8WVif2NaUNTqgsjwr6782bn89ZdDHoJ8vNHTmeFqVnveXl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[11] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, August 22, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0jz74DVu7p3z71mS9ydJgRCz5gFCU19irBFkQtu6DSNpbzdPVf1fBHKYRQNtAmqxkl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[12] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, August 28, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0eePJajUGxVaez2uZdfCt16w6moX53AHreUwpm88hPj5s2yreaYqVMi2Ce5JbZRR9l  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[13] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, September 8, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0Fw6KkvDd8Ai2aMt3ug4FKaYxafgaT44YFDcB9cD9AFLxaGnyJ3ffYY4DyNmkv32Wl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[14] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, October 16, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0yPnmjTj8tgRUoMtoiRrRdK6KWWL7WnK4RdqjSzoCFwJHqYgDSU8DPsQNBCmn9vrUl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[15] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, October 29, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid02BAa72YL74HDFfnsbdupZkqGNqfdFb89P7VqP73NLUkVCrQZgXaFn9FP2L57bebiQl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[16] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, October 30, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0TK3qUsio6fmKXB3BgAw2PaavYZxLveVmmFoPXeX6xRMCYXxkz2ZrWupFELr7GrF6l  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[17] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, November 5, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid02V69DwjenD12QB9njZ9bgvMUJurNsqf6RehXGmcBvUfmGBzKqXTy82RdCb46g8HJ4l  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[18] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, November 5, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0377YuCQt3ck2oYiJhtKERBAu6pAJHKcR4zRosPQ5UA3q6Tx5zUNay2n9ep4WKTykHl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[19] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, November 12, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid02XiASF5tALhFxTnfy1rEV5Ru8BpHDSHRskVdUTpAZYGaJ8BpPdeFCPowpPRveXC56l  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[20] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, November 12, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid08r8nGH9hfgs9in91fFYXWw6WcDqwaEU2Gzi9LSgvAoV19GCugwHkDXZSRAbc3J4Jl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[21] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, November 26, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid0QUMrn1wZH7hzGW9Ccq1WN3vKVuHpiae8tJatQH2krGDxZKSJDWke6KhHAK7CSdkHl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

[22] Dublin Buccaneers Facebook (2022) Post, November 26, 2022 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/DublinBuccaneersIHC/posts/pfbid096SZQq2BHW6o9og6xJRBvEamwZfxsE8NBzMeV5B3bmK3AsVjwJfKuq8ZxhoSYoQFl  [Accessed 27 November 2022]

Logo References

[IHL-1] Celtic Clovers (2022) Celtic-Clovers-logo-275X275 [Internet] Available from: http://celticclovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Celtic-Clovers-logo-275X275.png [Accessed 27 November 2022][Edited with White Background Added by Eirball]

[IHL-2] Dublin Buccaneers (2022) anchor-sword-finished-copy_2 [Internet] Available from: https://www.dublinbuccaneers.com/uploads/1/3/3/1/133137450/editor/anchor-sword-finished-copy_2.png [Accessed 27 November 2022][Edited with White Background Added by Eirball]

[IHL-3] Dublin Buccaneers (2022) dundalk-warriors-logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.dublinbuccaneers.com/uploads/1/3/3/1/133137450/published/dundalk-warriors-logo.png?1634288331 [Accessed 27 November 2022][Edited with white background added by Eirball]

[IHL-4] Dublin Buccaneers (2022) ducks-logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.dublinbuccaneers.com/uploads/1/3/3/1/133137450/published/ducks-logo.png?1634288341 [Accessed 27 November 2022][Edited with white background added by Eirball]

[IHL-5] Dublin Buccaneers (2022) latvian-hawks-logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.dublinbuccaneers.com/uploads/1/3/3/1/133137450/published/latvian-hawks-logo.png?1634288381 [Accessed 27 November 2022][Edited with white background added by Eirball]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Lenka Mulligan and Niall McEvoy.

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 27 November 2022

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2022

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved. The Logos and Photos used in this article remain the property of the organisations and individuals which own the copyright and are used here for educational and information purposes only. Eirball is not Officially connected with nor endorsed by the Irish Ice Hockey Association.

International Ice Hockey Friendlies (Irish Clubs) 1986-87

Schedule

Schedule compiled from results in Stewart Roberts’ Ice Hockey Annual 1987-88. Please purchase a copy to view the original. [References: 2]

Report

The Royal College of Surgeons travelled from Dublin, Ireland to Bristol, England to play the BIHA Heineken League Division 2 Midlands team Bristol Phantoms in an Ice Hockey Friendly match on 6 February 1987, with the game finishing an 11-11 tie [References: 2]. Bristol Phantoms finished third behind Welsh teams Cardiff Devils and Deeside Dragons in Division 2 Midlands in 1986-87 in the Cardiff Devils debut season [References: 3]

REFERENCES

IMAGES

[1] Wikipedia (2017) Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo[Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/1d/IRLhockey.jpg/150px-IRLhockey.jpg [Accessed 6 March 2017]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “Overseas Visitors to Britain” The Ice Hockey Annual 1986-87. pg. 152. Crowood Press, Ramsbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Great Britain.

[3] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “Division 2” The Ice Hockey Annual 1986-87. pg. 106-110. Crowood Press, Ramsbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire, Great Britain.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Niall McEvoy.

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish, North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 5 June 2022

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2022

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved. The Logos and Photos used in this article remain the property of the organisations and individuals which own the copyright and are used here for educational and information purposes only.

IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge 1995-96

IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo [References: 1]

Schedule

Schedule compiled from results in Stewart Roberts’ Ice Hockey Annual 1996-97. Please purchase a copy to view the original. [References: 2]

Report

The former Ayr Bruins and Streatham Redskins British League Netminder Jim Graves coached Castlereagh Flames to a 20-2 victory in the Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge versus Dublin Flyers on 6 January 1996. The game was billed as the first game of its kind in Ireland. [References: 2]

REFERENCES

IMAGES

[1] Wikipedia (2017) Irish Ice Hockey Association Logo[Internet] Available from: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/1d/IRLhockey.jpg/150px-IRLhockey.jpg [Accessed 6 March 2017]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1997) “Other Competitions: Morrow Group All-Ireland Challenge” The Ice Hockey Annual 1996-97. pg. 145. Stewart Roberts, Brighton, Great Britain.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Niall McEvoy.

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish, North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 5 June 2022

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2022

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CHL Champions Hockey League 2022-23

Group Stage Standings

PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9
PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9
PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9
PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9
PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9
PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9
PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9
PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9

Note: Standings Calculated automatically from results. Please visit the Champions Hockey League website for Official Standings at: [References: 1]

Belfast Giants Report

Belfast Giants were drawn in Group H of the 2022-23 Champions Hockey League, playing HC Davos of Switzerland, hosts of the prestigious Spengler Cup International Ice Hockey Tournament; Oceláři Třinec of Czech Republic and Skellefteå AIK from Northern Sweden. [References: 1]

About the Champions Hockey League 2022-23

The Champions Hockey League is the highest level International Club Competition in European Ice Hockey. Featuring 32 teams from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and in 2022-23 Belfast Giants from Northern Ireland representing the Elite Ice Hockey League.

References

[1] CHL (2022) CHL Schedule [Internet] Available from: https://www.championshockeyleague.com/en/schedule?dm_i=4WL6,OSP8,4VC9CT,31DYC,1#select_schedule=0 [Accessed 3 June 2022]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Niall McEvoy.

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish, North American & World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 3 June 2022

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Camanachd Association Shinty Mowi Senior League C Results and Fixtures 2021

Camanachd Associatio Logo
Camanachd Association Logo [References: 1]

League Table

PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9

Results

SEASON REPORT

Oban Camanachd jumped out to a big start with two huge wins over Aberdour (13-0) and Inveraray (4-0) as they set about winning the Regional Senior Top Division) title. Aberdour have found life at the top level tough with a 1-6 loss to Inveraray and an 0-8 reverse to Glasgow Mid Argyll. Kyles Athletic kept pace with Oban Camanachd with a 4-0 victory versus Oban Celtic followed by a 3-2 triumph against Glasgow Mid Argyll.

Note: For match reports, including scorers please click on any one of the matches in the Results list to view more detailed information.

ABOUT CAMANACHD ASSOCIATION SHINTY SENIOR LEAGUE B 2021

After a years break due to concerns around the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, the Shinty Leagues are back in Scotland with the Premiership and National League condensed into three senior leagues of 6 teams each playing a 10 game schedule (double round-robin – home and away). There is no difference in playing level between the Senior A, Senior B and Senior C Leagues. The Senior C League for 2021 includes Premiership runners-up four years running from 2015 to 2018 Kyles Athletic .

ABOUT SHINTY

Shinty is Gaelic Scotland’s traditional version of Hurling. It is one of the forgotten Gaelic, Celtic or Atlantic Games like Basque Pelota and Welsh Baseball, played mostly in Gaelic parts of Scotland like the Highlands and Islands.

The game is very similar to Hurling, with a curved stick used to hit a ball through a goal, except there is no point-over-the-bar and less play in the air. The game is 12-a-side as opposed to Hurling’s 15-a-side. It is also known as Camanachd in Scottish Gaelic.

REFERENCES

LOGOS

[1] Camanachd Association (2017) Camanachd Association Logo [Internet] https://www.shinty.com/uploads/news-images/_w800fit/camanach-logo-wide.jpg [Accessed 9 March 2018]

[2] Shinty.com (2017) Shinty.com Logo [Internet] http://www.shinty.com/images/logo.gif [Accessed 20 March 2017]

WEBSITES

[3] Shinty.com (2021) News: 2021 Fixtures announced [Internet] Available from: https://www.shinty.com/camanachd/news/2021-fixtures-announced [accessed 1 June 2021]

LOGO REFERENCES

[4] Shinty.com (2019) Aberdour-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Aberdour-1.jpg  [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[5] Shinty.com (2019) Glasgow-Mid-Argyll-1-300×280 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Glasgow-Mid-Argyll-1-300×280.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[6] Shinty.com (2021) Kyles-Athletic-1-285×300 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Kyles-Athletic-1-285×300.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[7] Shinty.com (2019) Inveraray-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Inveraray-1.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[8] Shinty.com (2019) Oban-Camanachd-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Oban-Camanachd-1.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[9] Shinty.com (2019) Oban-Celtic-1 [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Oban-Celtic-1.jpg [Accessed 21 July 2021]

MATCHES REFERENCES

[10] Shinty.com (2019) Aberdour [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/aberdour/  [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[11] Shinty.com (2019) Glasgow Mid Argyll[Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/glasgow-mid-argyll/ [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[12] Shinty.com (2021) Kyles Athletic [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/kyles-athletic/  [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[13] Shinty.com (2019) Inveraray [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/inveraray/ [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[14] Shinty.com (2019) Oban Camanachd [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/oban-camanachd/ [Accessed 21 July 2021]

[15] Shinty.com (2019) Oban Celtic [Internet] Available from: https://matches.shinty.com/team/oban-celtic/ [Accessed 21 July 2021]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Emerson Callender

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

Researched, Compiled and Written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American & World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 21 July 2021

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2021

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved. The Logos and Photos used in this article remain the property of the organisations and individuals which own the copyright and are used here for educational and information purposes only.

Romanian Ice Hockey League 1995-96

Final Standings 1995-96

PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9

Playoffs

DateEventTime/ResultsLeagueSeasonVenueArticleMatch Day
Dublin Buccaneers vs Latvian Hawks 1IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 1
Celtic Clovers vs Flying DucksIIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 1
Celtic Clovers vs Dublin BuccaneersIIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 2
Dún Dealgan Warriors vs Flying DucksIIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 3
Dublin Buccaneers vs Latvian Hawks 2IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 3
Flying Ducks vs Latvian Hawks 2IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 4
Dún Dealgan Warriors vs Dublin BuccaneersIIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 4
Flying Ducks vs Dublin BuccaneersIIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 5
Dublin Buccaneers vs Latvian Hawks 1IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 6
Dublin Buccaneers vs Latvian Hawks 2IIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 7
Dublin Buccaneers vs Flying DucksIIHA Irish Ice Hockey Association League A2022-23
Week 8

note: Exact Date of Playoffs not Known.

Report

Steaua Bucharest and Sportul Studentesc qualified for the Romanian Ice Hockey League Playoffs in 1995-96, finishing in first and second place on 37 Points and 27 Points respectively in the 6 team league. SC Miercurea Ciuc (25 Points) and Dunarea Galati (21 points) finished mid-table and Progrym Gheorgheni and IMASA Sf. Gheorghe finished in the bottom two and were relegated on 5 points each.

Internet Archives

[2] Sportul Studentesc Wayback Machine (2003)Hockey: Archives: 1995-96 [Internet] Available from:  http://web.archive.org/web/20030606215130/http://members.rogers.com/sportul/ [Accessed 4 July 2021]

Bibliography

[2] IIHF/Horst Eckert (1997) “Eishockey Almanac 97” pg. 145

Acknowledgements

Thanks to

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International Hockey League 2018-2020

IHL Standings 2018-19

PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9

References: see [2] In references section

Note: W = Wins in Regulation (3 points) – Wins in Overtime (2 Points). L = Losses in Overtime (1 Point) – Losses in Regulation (0 Points) Pct = Total Points

IHL Standings 2019-20

PosTeam
1
2
3
4
5
5Cork Wolfpack
5Kilkenny Storm
5Sirens
9

References: see [3] In references section

Note: W = Wins in Regulation (3 points) – Wins in Overtime (2 Points). L = Losses in Overtime (1 Point) – Losses in Regulation (0 Points) Pct = Total Points

IHL Report 2018-19

SKHL Crvena Zvezda (Red Star) from Beograd (Belgrade, Serbia) won the 2018-19 International Hockey League (Balkan Ice Hockey) in style, winning 25 of their 28 games, 24 of those games in Regulation to finish on 74 Points, well clear of second-placed HK Triglav (Slovenia) on 51 Points. Mid-Table finishers in the 8-team Balkan-Area League were KHL Zagreb (Croatia) 46 points, HK Slavija Junior (Sofia, Bulgaria) 46 Points, and  HK ECE Celje (Slovenia) 43 Points.

KHL Medveščak (Croatia) finished 6th on 34 Points, KHL Mladost (Sofia, Bulgaria) in 7th on 30 points and HK Vojvodina (Serbia) on 12 Points finished last.

IHL Report 2019-20

The 2019-20 International Hockey League (Balkan Ice Hockey) season featured one less team on 2018-19 with the loss of KHL Zagreb and KHL Medveščak (both Croatian teams). The addition of HK Hidria Jesenice of Slovenia brought the number of teams to 7.

The season was curtailed early due to the Worldwide COVID-19 Pandemic. with SKHL Crvena Zvezda (Red Star Belgrade to English speakers) 41 Points from 19 games and HK Slavija Junior (Sofia, Bulgaria) 45 Points from 21 Games neck and neck at the top of the Standings.

Third place was occupied by HK Triglav (Slovenia) 36 Points with mid-table going to KHL Mladost (Sofia, Bulgaria) 23 Points, HK Vojvodina  (Serbia) 22 points and HK Hidria Jesenice (Slovenia) 20 Points. HK True Celje of Slovenia were 7th on 11 Points.

References

Websites

[2] Hockey Serbia (2021) Takmicenja: IHL Tables 2018-19 [Internet] Available from: https://hockeyserbia.com/takmicenja/ihl/2018-2019/  [Accessed 4 July 2021]

Websites

[3] Hockey Serbia (2021) Takmicenja: IHL Tables 2019-20 [Internet] Available from: https://hockeyserbia.com/takmicenja/ihl/2019-2020/#tabela [Accessed 4 July 2021]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Lenka Mulligan.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | North American / Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 4 July 2021

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European Inter-State Ice Hockey Leagues 1995-96

IIHF Logo old
IIHF Logo old [References: 1]

East European Hockey League 1995-96

EEHL 1995-96PWDLGFGAPts
Neman Grodno (BLR)2826111545753
Polimir Nowopolotsk (BLR)2822241756746
Belstal Schlobin (BLR)2815491138434
Junior Riga (LAT)28133121227429
Kiew (UKR)2812313948627
Ldinka KPI Kiew (UKR)2874179913618
Energija Elekranai (LIT)2863197715115
Junost Minsk (BLR)280226442232
[References: 2]

Cup of the Low Countries 1995-96

Cup of the Low Countries 1995-96PWDLGFGAPts
Phantoms Deurne (BEL)1816021597332
HYC VDV Herentals (BEL)1814041347528
HIJS Hoky Den Haag (NED)1811161408323
Griffoens Geel (BEL)1811071038422
SIJC Utrecht (NED)189181139119
IJHC Assen (NED)1891811211219
Red Eagles Den Bosch (NED)18711010311715
Chiefs Leuven (BEL)1860128012512
Amstel Tigers Amsterdam (NED)1850137313910
SIJ Leeuwarden (NED) #18001845168-2
[References: 2]

Note: # 2 Points deducted.

Alpen League 1995-96

Alpen League 1995-96PWDLGFGAPts
Pool East
HK Jesenice (SLO) (Q)10703603314
CE Wien (AUT) (Q)10604473512
HC Gardena (ITA)10505564410
HC Fassa (ITA)10505374710
HC Bled (SLO)1040638388
SG Brunigo (ITA)1030726486
Pool Central
KAC Klagenfurt (AUT) (Q)10901603118
Olimpija Ljubljana (SLO) (Q)10703603314
VSV Villach (AUT)10703603414
HC Bolzano (ITA)1040641488
HC Asiago (ITA)1020826614
HC Allegue (ITA)1010923632
Pool West
VEU Feldkirch (AUT) (Q)8602782512
HC Varese (ITA) (Q)8602382512
EHC Lustenau (AUT)840440318
HC 24 Milano (ITA)840444398
HC Devils Milano (ITA)800813430
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Qualification
1997Olimpija Ljubljana4HC Jesenice2
1997CE Wien6HC Varese3
Semi-Finals
1997VSE Feldkirch5Olimpija Ljubljana3
1997CE Wien2KAC Klagenfurt1
Final
1997VEU Feldkirch4CE Wien0
[References: 2]

Atlantic League 1995-96

Atlantic League 1995-96PWDLGFGAPts
Dragons Rouen (FRA) (C)10820772318
Flames Bleues Reims (FRA)1033439389
IK Esbjerg (DEN)832335408
IK Herning (DEN)1032538528
Gothiques Amiens (FRA)931528417
Tilburg Trappers (NED) +720522454
[References: 2]

Note: + 3 Games involving Tilburg Trappers unplayed.

Balkan League 1995-96

Balkan League 1995-96PWDLGFGAPts
HC Sportul Studenasc (ROM) (Q)1080216
HC Bucuresti (ROM) (Q)1080216
HC Crvena Zvezda Beograd (YUG)1070314
HC Slavia Sofia (BUL) (Q)104068
HC Vojvodina (YUG)102084
HC Levsky Sofia (BUL)101092
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
1997HC Bucuresti5HC Crvena Zvezda3
1997HC Sportul Studentasc8HC Slavia Sofia3
3rd Place
1997HC Crvena Zvezda5HC Slavia Sofia1
Final
1997HC Bucuresti8HC Sportul Studentasc2
[References: 2]

Report

Phantoms Deurne of Belgium won the Cup of the Lowlands between the Top 4 Belgian and Top 6 Dutch teams in 1995-96, winning 16 of their 18 games. The Atlantic League (6 teams from France, Denmark and Netherlands) was won by Dragons Rouen of France with 18 points from 10 games, well ahead of second-placed Flames Bleues Reims, also France. The East European Hockey League played a 28-game schedule between 8 teams from Belarus, Ukraine, Latvia and Lithuania and was won convincingly by the Belarussian side Neman Grodno who won 26 of their games. The other two leagues, the Alpen League and Balkan League had Playoffs which were won by VEU Feldkirch (Austria) and HC Bucuresti (Romania) respectively.

About

European Inter-State Ice Hockey Leagues give teams in smaller countries a chance to compete at a higher level on a regular basis as well as playing in their own National Leagues. The East European Hockey League (Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania), Alpen League (Austria, Italy, Slovenia), Cup of the Lowlands (Belgium, Netherlands), Atlantic League (France, Netherlands, Denmark), and Balkan League (Romania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia) were the European Inter-State Leagues of 1996-97. Each of these countries had either competed in the World Championships in 1996, either in Pool A without qualifying for the Final Stages (Italy, Austria, France), Pool B (Latvia, Switzerland, Belarus, Denmark, Netherlands), Pool C (Ukraine, Slovenia, Romania) or Pool D (Lithuania, Yugoslavia, Belgium, Bulgaria).

References

Logos

[1] Seeklogo (2021) IIHF-logo-815C148E41-seeklogo.com [Internet] Available from: https://seeklogo.com/images/I/IIHF-logo-815C148E41-seeklogo.com.gif [Accessed 29 May 2021]

Bibliography

[2] Horst Eckert (1997) Eishockey Almanack 97 International I.I.H.F. Yearbook 1996-97 pg. 81, 87, 128, 142, 178.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Lenka Mulligan and Niall McEvoy

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Castlereagh Cougars Irish Ice Hockey Team Roster and Match Reports 1986-87

Week 1 – 22 September 1986

Castlereagh Cougars 14 Lee Valley Lions 2 – The first ever game played at Dundonald Ice Bowl, Castlereagh, Northern Ireland was an exhibition match on 22 September 1986 between Castlereagh Cougars and Lee Valley Lions. 2,000 spectators witnessed the home team Cougars triumph 14-2 thanks to goals from Tony MacGoldstone (4), Phil MacAdams (4), Brendan Hogan (3), Michael O’Rocchio (3), Craigan O’Melancon (1) as well a numerous assists from above as well as Patrick O’Quiney. Lee Valley Lions were from Leyton in East London and played that season in the Norwich Union Autumn Cup.

At Dundonald International Ice Bowl Att: 2,000P1P2P3Total
Castlereagh Cougars46414
Lee Valley Lions0202
[References: 1]
TeamScorers (Goals + Assists)
Castlereagh CougarsMacGoldstone 4+4, MacAdams 4+3, Hogan 3+4, O’Rocchio 2+2, O’Melancon 1+2, O’Quiney 0+3
Lee Valley LionsVirta 2+0, Lehti 0+1, Williams 0+1
[References: 1]

Roster 1986

NamePosition
Gairey O’Brien
Tony MacGoldstoneCaptain
Brendan Hogan
Patrick O’Quiney
Stephen O’James
Phil MacAdams
Michael O’Rocchio
Craigan O’Melancon
Alexander MacGoldstoneManager
Jonny O’RostCoach
[References: 2]

Season Report

An 8-man team played in the first ever game at Dundonald Ice Bowl in Castlereagh, Northern Ireland on 22nd September 1986. The Ice Dome was the first proper full-sized Ice Rink in Ireland since the closure of the King’s Hall in Belfast which had witnessed Ice Hockey during WW2 and in the 1950s.

References

Bibliography

[2] Roberts, Stewart (Ed.) (1987) “First Games: CASTLEREAGH COUGARS 14 LEE VALLEY LIONS 2” The Ice Hockey Annual 1987-88. pg. 133. Crowood Press, Rambury, Marlborough, Wiltshire.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Niall McEvoy.

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Eirball | Irish, North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 28 April 2021

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