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1994-95 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season
Deutsche Eishockey-Liga Logo 1994
League Deutsche Eishockey Liga
Sport Ice Hockey
1994-95
Season champions Kölner Haie

The 1994-95 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season was the inaugural season of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey League). The Kölner Haie (Cologne Sharks) the won the first DEL season to become German Champions.

The first season 1994-95 started with 18 teams, twelve from the old 1st Bundesliga, six from the 2nd Bundesliga.

The new league immediately attracted corporate sponsorship with the Krombacher Brewery featuring a prominent spot on the league logo.

Regular SeasonEdit

In the main round the 18 teams played a home-and-away schedule and, in regional groups, a second single round. After this, the play-off round of the last sixteen in the mode best of seven took place . The semi-finals and final were played in the mode best of five. The hope to be able to avoid the troubles of the old Bundesliga by stricter financial controls did not materialise in the first season. EC Hedos München, the Bundesliga's last champion, now renamed Mad Dogs Munich, folded on 18 December 1994.

Team GP Win Tie Lost OTL GF:GA Points
1.BSC Preussen 4433083 228:127 69
2.EV Landshut 4431382 187:98 67
3.Adler Mannheim 4429690164:10864
4.Krefelder EV 44293102203:12763
5.Düsseldorfer EG44294101196:12863
6.Kölner Haie44282122185:12560
7.Kassel Huskies44224171145:13848
8.SB Rosenheim44207161131:12448
9.Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings44187172174:14845
10.Frankfurt Lions44165221110:14038
11.Kaufbeurer Adler44127214138:18135
12.EHC 80 Nürnberg44119231151:18732
13.Augsburger Panther44127250137:18931
14.EC Hannover44134261120:17731
15.ESG Sachsen Weißwasser448527489:18225
16.Ratinger Löwen4495291102:21424
17.EHC Eisbären Berlin44102320136:22922
18.Mad Dogs München folded

GP = Games Played; OTL = Overtime Loss; GF:GA = Goals for and against
Color code:     = Direct Playoff qualification,     = Playoff qualification round,     = No playoff

PlayoffsEdit

Since 16 teams qualified for the playoffs, and the Mad Dogs München folded, only the Eisbären Berlin did not participate. The first two rounds where played as a best-of-five, and the semifinals and finals as a best-of-seven.

  First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                     
1.  BSC Preussen 4  
16.  Ratinger Löwen 0  
  1.  BSC Preussen 4  
  9.  Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings 0  
8.  Starbulls Rosenheim 3
9.  Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings 4  
  1.  BSC Preussen 1  
  6.  Kölner Haie 3  
3.  Adler Mannheim 4  
14.  EC Hannover 1  
  3.  Adler Mannheim 1
  6.  Kölner Haie 4  
6.  Kölner Haie 4
11.  Kaufbeurer Adler 0  
  2.  EV Landshut 2
  6.  Kölner Haie 3
2.  EV Landshut 4  
15.  ESG Sachsen Weißwasser 0  
  2.  EV Landshut 4
  7.  Kassel Huskies 0  
7.  Kassel Huskies 4
10.  Frankfurt Lions 1  
  2.  EV Landshut 3
  4.  Krefelder EV 2  
4.  Krefelder EV 4  
13.  Augsburger EV 1  
  4.  Krefelder EV 4
  5.  Düsseldorfer EG 1  
5.  Düsseldorfer EG 4
12.  EHC 80 Nürnberg 1  

First Round Edit

Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
BSC Preussen Ratinger Löwen 4:0 4:0 9:2 4:3 4:1
EV Landshut ESG Sachsen Weißwasser 4:0 5:1 5:2 4:1 7:3
Adler Mannheim EC Hannover 4:1 8:2 6:1 2:4 6:1 8:4
Krefelder EV Augsburger EV 4:1 6:2 2:3 9:8 SO 7:6 5:2
Düsseldorfer EG EHC 80 Nürnberg 4:1 7:1 5:0 2:4 4:2 9:0
Kölner Haie Kaufbeurer Adler 4:0 5:1 4:3 5:1 8:2
Kassel Huskies Frankfurt Lions 4:1 6:5 4:3 2:5 5:3 2:1 OT
Starbulls Rosenheim Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings 3:4 2:0 3:8 2:6 5:2 4:3 n.V. 3:6 5:6 OT

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

Quarterfinals Edit

Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
BSC Preussen - Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings 4:0 5:1 4:1 3:2 OT 8:3
EV Landshut - Kassel Huskies 4:0 4:3 6:3 6:3 11:4
Adler Mannheim - Kölner Haie 1:4 3:4 2:3 5:3 2:7 0:6
Krefelder EV - Düsseldorfer EG 4:1 1:0 5:4 OT 3:9 5:3 4:1

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

Semifinals Edit

Game 1 2 3 4 5
BSC Preussen - Kölner Haie 1:3 3:1 2:5 1:5 0:3
EV Landshut - Krefelder EV 3:2 3:4 OT 2:5 6:2 3:2 5:0

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

Finals Edit

Game 1 2 3 4 5
EV Landshut - Kölner Haie 2:3 4:3 1:5 4:1 2:8 0:4

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

With the last game, the Kölner Haie became the first DEL Champion and German Champions for the 7th time in the club history.


Team PhotosEdit

ReferencesEdit


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