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The 2006-07 NLA season was the 69th regular season of the Nationalliga A (NLA), the main professional ice hockey league in Switzerland.

New RulesEdit

There are a few changes of rules for the new season.

3-Point SystemEdit

For the first time an NLA season is run with a 3-point system. A team gets now 3 points for a win after 60 minutes, instead of 2.

OvertimeEdit

A tied game after 60 minutes results in an overtime of 5 minutes, which is played 4 vs. 4 (this is not a rule change). But now, if a team scores a goal it gets two points while the other team also gets a point.

Penalty ShootoutEdit

If the game still remains tied after the overtime, there will be a penalty shootout with 3 shots per team. The winner team will get two points and the other team one point.

Playoffs / Playout opponents attributionEdit

To avoid cheating during the last games of regular season, the playoff opponents will be determined by a selection procedure; the winning team of the regular season will have the advantage to choose its opponent (from ranking 5-8) for the quarterfinals first, then the team in second place can choose its favorite opponent from the remaining teams and so on. The same procedure applies to the playout series.

Regular seasonEdit

Final standingsEdit

Rank Team GP W L OTW OTL GF GA Pts
1. HC Davos 44 26 13 2 3 154 120 85
2. SC Bern 44 24 13 5 2 163 115 84
3. EV Zug 44 22 13 6 3 153 117 81
4. HC Lugano 44 25 15 1 3 143 123 80
5. Kloten Flyers 44 22 14 6 2 173 128 80
6. Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 44 19 17 5 3 149 141 70
7. Genève-Servette HC 44 19 19 2 4 147 140 65
8. ZSC Lions 44 13 19 9 3 111 127 60
9. HC Ambri-Piotta 44 14 21 1 8 128 165 52
10. Fribourg-Gottéron 44 12 19 1 12 134 167 50
11. SCL Tigers 44 12 26 5 1 115 160 47
12. EHC Basel 44 9 28 4 3 103 170 38

Scoring leadersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Simon Gamache SC Bern 44 20 46 66 40
Alexandre Daigle HC Davos 44 22 39 61 44
Kimmo Rintanen Kloten Flyers 41 24 34 58 16
Christian Dubé SC Bern 40 16 38 54 36
Jean-Guy Trudel HC Ambri-Piotta 44 27 26 53 38
Hnat Domenichelli HC Ambri-Piotta 44 21 31 52 50
Oleg Petrov EV Zug 42 12 40 52 95
Michel Riesen HC Davos 44 37 14 51 70
Domenico Pittis Kloten Flyers 40 17 34 51 75
Serge Aubin Genève-Servette HC 40 21 29 50 50

PlayoffsEdit

QuarterfinalsEdit

HC Davos (1) vs. ZSC Lions (8)
Date Away Home
February 24 ZSC Lions 3 2 HC Davos OT
February 27 HC Davos 1 3 ZSC Lions  
March 1 ZSC Lions 1 3 HC Davos  
March 3 HC Davos 2 5 ZSC Lions  
March 6 ZSC Lions 2 4 HC Davos  
March 8 HC Davos 3 1 ZSC Lions  
March 10 ZSC Lions 0 3 HC Davos  
HC Davos wins series 4–3
  
SC Bern (2) vs. Genève-Servette HC (7)
Date Away Home
February 24 Genève-Servette HC 1 2 SC Bern
February 27 SC Bern 3 2 Genève-Servette HC
March 1 Genève-Servette HC 2 4 SC Bern
March 3 SC Bern 1 2 Genève-Servette HC
March 6 Genève-Servette HC 3 7 SC Bern
SC Bern wins series 4–1
EV Zug (3) vs. Rapperswil-Jona Lakers (6)
Date Away Home
February 24 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 3 2 EV Zug  
February 27 EV Zug 3 4 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers OT
March 1 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 4 1 EV Zug  
March 3 EV Zug 6 5 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers n.P.
March 6 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 3 6 EV Zug  
March 8 EV Zug 5 1 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers  
March 10 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 2 6 EV Zug  
EV Zug wins series 4–3
  
HC Lugano (4) vs. Kloten Flyers (5)
Date Away Home
February 24 Kloten Flyers 6 3 HC Lugano  
February 27 HC Lugano 2 3 Kloten Flyers OT
March 1 Kloten Flyers 1 8 HC Lugano  
March 3 HC Lugano 1 3 Kloten Flyers  
March 6 Kloten Flyers 3 5 HC Lugano  
March 8 HC Lugano 1 3 Kloten Flyers  
Kloten Flyers wins series 4–2

SemifinalsEdit

HC Davos vs. Kloten Flyers
Date Away Home
March 13 Kloten Flyers 0 5 HC Davos
March 15 HC Davos 3 4 Kloten Flyers
March 17 Kloten Flyers 3 4 HC Davos
March 20 HC Davos 6 3 Kloten Flyers
March 22 Kloten Flyers 1 3 HC Davos
HC Davos wins series 4–1
  
SC Bern vs. EV Zug
Date Away Home
March 13 EV Zug 0 4 SC Bern
March 15 SC Bern 1 0 EV Zug
March 17 EV Zug 0 4 SC Bern
March 20 SC Bern 1 3 EV Zug
March 22 EV Zug 0 4 SC Bern
SC Bern wins series 4–1

FinalsEdit

HC Davos vs. SC Bern
Date Away Home
March 27 SC Bern 2 3 HC Davos
March 29 HC Davos 0 4 SC Bern
March 31 SC Bern 1 3 HC Davos
April 3 HC Davos 2 3 SC Bern
April 5 SC Bern 1 3 HC Davos
April 7 HC Davos 1 2 SC Bern
April 9 SC Bern 0 HC Davos 1
HC Davos wins series 4–3

Scoring leadersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM
Simon Gamache SC Bern 15 7 9 16 10
Christian Dubé SC Bern 16 0 16 16 24
Josef Marha HC Davos 18 8 6 14 24
Kimmo Rintanen Kloten Flyers 11 6 7 13 2
Alexandre Daigle HC Davos 17 4 9 13 4
Zbynek Irgl HC Davos 15 8 4 12 20
Mariusz Czerkawski Rapperswil-Jona Lakers 7 6 6 12 16
Peter Guggisberg HC Davos 18 6 5 11 4
Radek Hamr Kloten Flyers 11 2 9 11 22
Marc Reichert SC Bern 16 6 4 10 4

PlayoutEdit

SemifinalsEdit

HC Ambri-Piotta (9) vs. EHC Basel (12)
Date Away Home
February 24 EHC Basel 2 3 HC Ambri-Piotta  
February 27 HC Ambri-Piotta 5 4 EHC Basel OT
March 1 EHC Basel 2 4 HC Ambri-Piotta  
March 3 HC Ambri-Piotta 2 3 EHC Basel  
March 6 EHC Basel 5 4 HC Ambri-Piotta OT
March 8 HC Ambri-Piotta 2 3 EHC Basel  
March 10 EHC Basel 1 5 HC Ambri-Piotta  
HC Ambri-Piotta wins series 4–3
  
Fribourg-Gottéron (10) vs. SCL Tigers (11)
Date Away Home
February 24 SCL Tigers 3 6 Fribourg-Gottéron 
February 27 Fribourg-Gottéron 3 2 SCL Tigers  
March 1 SCL Tigers 3 4 Fribourg-Gottéron OT
March 3 Fribourg-Gottéron 4 3 SCL Tigers n.P.
Fribourg-Gottéron wins series 4–0

FinalsEdit

SCL Tigers vs. EHC Basel
Date Away Home
March 13 EHC Basel 0 2 SCL Tigers  
March 15 SCL Tigers 3 4 EHC Basel  
March 17 EHC Basel 2 9 SCL Tigers  
March 20 SCL Tigers 0 4 EHC Basel  
March 22 EHC Basel 4 0 SCL Tigers  
March 24 SCL Tigers 2 3 EHC Basel OT
EHC Basel wins series 4–2

League QualificationEdit

SCL Tigers vs. EHC Biel
Date Away Home
March 29 EHC Biel 1 4 SCL Tigers
March 31 SCL Tigers 5 2 EHC Biel
April 3 EHC Biel 5 2 SCL Tigers
April 5 SCL Tigers 6 1 EHC Biel
April 7 EHC Biel 3 5 SCL Tigers
SCL Tigers wins series 4–1

ReferencesEdit

Results from Puck.chEdit

External linksEdit

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