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The 2005 European Champions Cup was the first edition of the newly created IIHF European Champions Cup, a competition made to replace the defunct European Cup. All games were played at the Ice Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia from January 13th to January 16th 2005, inclusively.

ParticipantsEdit

Group 1

Group 2

Team rostersEdit

Avangard OmskEdit

Maxim Sokolov, Norm Maracle; Sergei Gusev, Nikita Nikitin, Alexander Guskov, Dmitri Ryabikin, Yuri Panov, Alexei Bondarev, Oleg Tverdovsky; Dmitri Zatonsky, Alexander Perezhogin, Anton Kurianov, Alexander Popov, Jaroslav Bednar, Evgeni Khatsei, Alexander Prokopiev, Maxim Sushinsky, Dmitri Subbotin, Andrei Nazarov, Andrei Kovalenko, Jaromir Jagr, Alexei Kalyuzhny.
Coaching staff: Valeri Belousov; Evgeni Shastin, Sergei Grigorkin.

HC Dukla TrenčínEdit

Miroslav Hala, Robert Kompas; Peter Janik, Peter Mikus, Frantisek Bombic, Juraj Kadlubiak, Slavomir Hrina, Daniel Zapotocny, Martin Ivicic, Jiri Hes; Pavol Demitra, Peter Fabus, Jan Pardavy, Richard Safarik, Anton Lezo, Tibor Melicharek, Vladimir Nemec, Jaroslav Kona, Jan Zlocha, Peter Olvecky, Peter Sivak, Richard Lelkes.
Coaching staff:Robert Svehla.

Frankfurt LionsEdit

Boris Ackers, Ian Gordon; Michael Bresagk, Mikael Magnusson, Markus Jocher, Peter Ratchuk, François Bouchard, Sebastian Klenner, Stéphane Robidas; Patrick Lebeau, Dwayne Norris, Chad Bassen, Marc Beaucage, Christian Kohmann, Sean Pronger, Martin Reichel, Jason Young, David Sulkovsky, Michael Hackert, Joe Murphy, Andrei Strakhov, Neville Rautert.
Coaching staff: Rich Chernomaz; Brad McCrimmon.

HV 71Edit

Stefan Liv, Magnus Åkerlund; Anders Eriksson, Fredrik Olausson, Per Gustafsson, Simon Skoog, Niklas Hjalmarsson, Ola Svandberg, Johan Halvardsson, Kimmo Peltonen; Stefan Hellqvist, Per-Åge Skroder, Peter Ekelund, Martin Thornberg, Matthias Tjärnqvist, Andreas Karlsson, Alexander Larsson, Kalle Sahlstedt, Andreas Jämtin, Pasi Määttänen, Stefan Pettersson, Johan Davidsson.
Coaching staff: Pär Marts; Fredrik Stillmann

Kärpät OuluEdit

Nicklas Backström, Pekka Rinne; Josef Boumedienne, Oskari Korpikari, Lasse Kukkonen, Ari Vallin, Ilkka Mikkola, Mikko Lehtonen, Kimmo Lotvonen; Jussi Jokinen, Viktor Ujcik, Pekka Saarenheimo, Mika Pyörälä, Janne Pesonen, Jari Viuhkola, Juha-Pekka Haataja, Toni Sihvonen, Henrik Juntunen, Sakari Palsola, Antti Aarnio, Petr Tenkrat, Eero Somervuori.
Coaching staff: Kari Jalonen; Mikko Haapakoski

HC Hamé ZlinEdit

Igor Murin, Martin Altrichter; Radim Tesarik, Martin Hamrlik, David Nosek, Pavel Zubicek, Lubomir Vosatko, Lukas Galvas, Roman Hamrlik, Miroslav Blatak; Petr Mokrejs, Petr Cajanek, Peter Barinka, Petr Leska, Miroslav Kovacik, Martin Zahorovsky, Jaroslav Kristek, Miroslav Okal, Martin Ambruz, Martin Cech, Martin Erat, Jaroslav Balastik.
Coaching staff: Ernest Bokros, Jaroslav Stuchlik.

ResultsEdit

January 13th 2005Edit

HC Dukla Trenčín - Avangard OmskEdit

HC Hamé Zlin - Frankfurt LionsEdit

January 14th 2005Edit

Kärpät Oulu - HC Hamé ZlinEdit

HV 71 - HC Dukla TrenčínEdit

January 15th 2005Edit

Avangard Omsk - HV 71Edit

Frankfurt Lions - Kärpät OuluEdit

January 16th 2005 - The FinalEdit

ReferencesEdit

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