CHL: Das sind die 32 Teams für die Champions Hockey League

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Die 32 Teams für die Champions Hockey League stehen nun endgültig fest. Für Österreich werden die Vienna Capitals, Red Bull Salzburg und der EC KAC an den Start gehen.

Am 17.Mai wird in Köln im Zuge des IIHF-Eishockey Weltmeisterschaft in Köln ausgelost, zuvor werden die Teams in 4 Töpfe zu je 8 Mannschaften eingeteilt.

Founding Leagues

Sweden

HV71 Jonkoping – regular season 2nd place, finalist*
Brynas Gavle – finalist*
Vaxjo Lakers – regular season 1st place
Frolunda Gothenburg – CHL champion, semi-finalist
Malmo Redhawks – semi-finalist

Finland

Tappara Tampere – regular season 1st place, finalist*
KalPa Kuopio – finalist*
TPS Turku – regular season 2nd place
JYP Jyvaskyla – semi-finalist
IFK Helsinki – semi-finalist

Czech Republic

Kometa Brno – champion
Bili Tygri Liberec – regular season 1st place, finalist
Ocelari Trinec – regular season 2nd place
Mountfield Hradec Kralove – semi-finalist

Switzerland

SC Bern – champion, regular season 1st place
ZSC Lions Zurich – regular season 2nd place
EV Zug – finalist
HC Davos – semi-finalist

Germany

Red Bull Munich – champion, regular season 1st place
Adler Mannheim – regular season 2nd place
Grizzlys Wolfsburg – finalist

Austria

Vienna Capitals – champion, regular season 1st place
Red Bull Salzburg – regular season 2nd place
KAC Klagenfurt – finalist

Challenger Leagues

HC ‘05 Banska Bystrica – Slovak champion
Stavanger Oilers – Norwegian champion
Gap Rapaces – French champion
Neman Grodno – Belarusian champion
Esbjerg Energy – Danish champion
Cardiff Devils – British champion
Comarch Cracovia – Polish champion
Nottingham Panthers – Continental Cup champion

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