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2001-02 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season
League Deutsche Eishockey Liga
Sport Ice Hockey
2001-02
Season champions Kölner Haie

The 2001-02 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season was the 8th season since the founding of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey League). The Kölner Haie won the DEL Championship the second time in their history, making it the eighth time they held the German Champion title.

Relegation was reintroduced for this season and after a playdown the Berlin Capitals were relegated to the 2nd Bundesliga. This would not be the only teams leaving the league, as the DEL withdrew the license for the Moskitos Essen and Revierlöwen Oberhausen. The Revierlöwen Oberhausen were not able to provide an DEL-sized arena and the Moskitos Essen were insolvent.

Regular SeasonEdit

The first 8 placed teams qualified for the playoffs. The last two were heading for a playdown series to determine the team to relegate.

Team GP W SOW SOL L GF:GA Points
1. München Barons 603310215182:138121
2. Adler Mannheim 60346614186:135120
3. Krefeld Pinguine 60346416210:162118
4. Nürnberg Ice Tigers 60317418180:134111
5. Kassel Huskies 60266820157:14798
6. Kölner Haie 60273624173:15393
7. Eisbären Berlin 60256524177:16692
8. Augsburger Panther 60238623185:18991
9. DEG Metro Stars 60238326143:13988
10. Hannover Scorpions 60214728180:20178
11. Frankfurt Lions 60207231156:19976
12. Iserlohn Roosters 60194928154:18374
13. Revierlöwen Oberhausen 601856 31168:18770
14. Moskitos Essen 60183831163:19568
15. Berlin Capitals 60196530168:20568
16. Schwenninger ERC Wild Wings 601821030134:18368

GP = Games played, W = Win, SOW = Shootout Win, SOL = Shootout loss, L = Loss
    = Qualified for playoffs     = Season ended     = Relegation playdown

PlaydownEdit

The two lastplaced Berlin Capitals and Schwenninger Wild Wings played a playdown best-of-seven series to determine who will be relegated.

Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Berlin Capitals Schwenninger Wild Wings 3:4 0:5 2:1 6:3 1:5 3:2 1:4 5:7

The Berlin Capitals were to be relegated. Irrespective of their misfortunes on the ice, they would not have been able to join the DEL for the next season, as the league withdrew their license for non-compliance with the regulations.

Playoff Edit

The playoffs were played in a best-of-five mode.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
  1  München Barons 3  
8  Augsburg Panther 1  
  1  München Barons 2  
  6  Kölner Haie 3  
3  Krefeld Pinguine 0
  6  Kölner Haie 3  
    2  Adler Mannheim 2
  6  Kölner Haie 3
  2  Adler Mannheim 3  
7  Eisbären Berlin 1  
2  Adler Mannheim 3
  5  Kassel Huskies 0  
4  Nürnberg Ice Tigers 1
  5  Kassel Huskies 3  

Quarterfinals Edit

Quarterfinals started on March 22, 2002 with the bestplaced München Barons playing the 8th placed Augsburger Panther; secondplaced Adler Mannheim playing 7th placed Eisbären Berlin; thirdplaced Krefeld Pinguine playing 6th placed Kölner Haie. A curiosity were the 4th placed Nürnberg Ice Tigers playing the 5th placed Kassel Huskies, as this was the same as in the previous season.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
München Barons Augsburger Panther 3:1 5:6 2:1 4:2 5:1
Adler Mannheim Eisbären Berlin 3:1 2:3 3:2 4:3 3:1
Krefeld Pinguine Kölner Haie 0:3 1:2 3:4 2:4
Nürnberg Ice Tigers Kassel Huskies 1:3 0:4 2:3 3:2 0:3

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

Semifinals Edit

The semifinals started April 1.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
München Barons Kölner Haie 2:3 2:1 2:3 3:4 5:2 1:2
Adler Mannheim Kassel Huskies 3:0 5:4 3:2 2:0

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

Finals Edit

The finals started April 12 with Adler Mannheim playing the first game home due to better regular season placement.

Game 1 2 3 4 5
Kölner Haie Adler Mannheim 3:2 0:4 3:2 4:2 1:3 2:1

OT = Overtime; SO = Shootout

The Kölner Haie were DEL Champions for the 2nd time and held the German Champion title for the 8th time in their club history.


Team PhotosEdit

ReferencesEdit


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