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The 2009-10 Serie A season was the 80th season of the Serie A, Italy's top level of ice hockey.

Participating teamsEdit

Flag of Italy 2009-10 Serie A participating teams
Team City Arena Capacity
HC Alleghe Alleghe, Veneto Stadio Alvise De Toni 2,500
Associazione Sportiva Asiago Hockey Asiago, Veneto Stadio Odegar 2,200
Hockey Club Bolzano-Bozen Bolzano, Bolzano-Bozen Palaonda-Eiswelle 7,220
Sportivi Ghiaccio Cortina Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto Stadio Olimpico del Ghiaccio 2,700
Sportiva Hockey Club Fassa Canazei, Trento Stadio del Ghiaccio Gianmario Scola 3,500
Sport Ghiaccio Pontebba Pontebba, Friuli-Venezia Giulia PalaVuerich 2,000
Sportverein Ritten-Renon Ritten, Bolzano-Bozen Arena Ritten 1,200
Hockey Club Pustertal-Val Pusteria Bruneck, Bolzano-Bozen Leitner Solar Arena 2,050
Hockey Club Valpellice Valpellice, Torre Pellice Palaghiaccio Olimpico di Torre Pellice 2,500

Regular seasonEdit

First roundEdit

September 26 2009 - December 3 2009
Teams Alleghe Asiago Bolzano Cortina Fassa Pontebba Renon Valpellice Val Pusteria
Alleghe HC 1:2 sh.
(03/12/2009)
3:0
(19/11/2009)
5:4
(15/10/2009)
2:1 o.t.
(26/09/2009)
3:2 o.t.
(26/11/2009)
4:5
(22/10/2009)
3:5
(08/10/2009)
2:4
(12/11/2009)
Asiago Hockey 6:1
(24/10/2009)
2:4
(12/11/2009)
4:2
(08/10/2009)
4:2
(28/11/2009)
4:3
(19/11/2009)
5:4
(15/10/2009)
3:4 o.t.
(01/10/2009)
2:4
(29/10/2009)
HC Bolzano 2:1
(10/10/2009)
1:5
(03/10/2009)
4:2
(03/12/2009)
2:1
(14/11/2009)
2:3
(26/09/2009)
3:4
(31/10/2009)
2:4
(17/10/2009)
4:2
(21/11/2009)
SG Cortina 7:5
(21/11/2009)
4:3 sh.
(14/11/2009)
2:4
(24/10/2009)
1:4
(10/10/2009)
2:3
(31/10/2009)
6:2
(03/10/2009)
6:2
(28/11/2009)
2:5
(17/10/2009)
SHC Fassa 0:2
(29/10/2009)
1:2 o.t.
(22/10/2009)
2:3
(08/10/2009)
2:5
(19/11/2009)
4:2
(15/10/2009)
4:2
(26/11/2009)
4:2
(12/11/2009)
4:1
(01/10/2009)
SG Pontebba 6:3
(17/10/2009)
1:6
(10/10/2009)
3:11
(29/10/2009)
6:4
(01/10/2009)
3:2sh.
(22/11/2009)
3:5
(14/11/2009)
7:2
(24/10/2009)
0:5
(28/11/2009)
Renon Hockey 7:3
(28/11/2009)
3:4 sh.
(21/11/2009)
2:3
(01/10/2009)
1:2 sh.
(12/11/2009)
0:1
(17/10/2009)
5:4
(08/10/2009)
6:3
(29/10/2009)
3:4
(24/10/2009)
HC Valpellice 3:5
(14/11/2009)
1:4
(31/10/2009)
4:2
(01/12/2009)
8:5
(22/10/2009)
1:2
(03/10/2009)
7:4
(03/12/2009)
3:6
(26/09/2009)
5:6 o.t.
(10/10/2009)
HC Valpusteria 4:1
(03/10/2009)
3:2
(26/09/2009)
1:2 o.t.
(15/10/2009)
5:1
(26/11/2009)
3:1
(31/10/2009)
3:4 sh.
(22/10/2009)
4:1
(03/12/2009)
9:7
(19/11/2009)

Legend: o.t.= decided in overtime; sh.= decided in shootouts

Second roundEdit

December 15 2009 - January 26 2010
Teams Alleghe Asiago Bolzano Cortina Fassa Pontebba Renon Valpellice Val Pusteria
Alleghe HC 4:3
(26/01/2010)
4:3 o.t.
(14/01/2010)
1:0
(19/12/2009)
1:5
(05/12/2009)
3:4
(21/01/2010)
2:5
(26/12/2009)
7:5
(12/12/2009)
2:4
(04/01/2010)
Asiago Hockey 3:0
(28/12/2009)
3:4 sh.
(04/01/2010)
4:3 o.t.
(12/12/2009)
4:2
(23/01/2010)
1:2
(14/01/2010)
5:4 o.t.
(19/12/2009)
5:4
(07/12/2009)
4:8
(30/12/2009)
HC Bolzano 4:3 sh.
(17/12/2009)
5:3
(15/12/2009)
2:5
(26/01/2010)
3:1
(06/01/2010)
5:3
(05/12/2009)
1:3
(02/01/2010)
2:5
(23/12/2009)
4:2
(16/01/2010)
SG Cortina 4:3
(16/01/2010)
1:2
(06/01/2010)
3:2
(28/12/2009)
1:2
(17/12/2009)
3:4 o.t.
(02/01/2010)
4:3 o.t.
(10/12/2009)
2:4
(23/01/2010)
2:6
(23/12/2009)
SHC Fassa 5:2
(30/12/2009)
1:4
(26/12/2009)
2:3 sh.
(12/12/2009)
4:1
(14/01/2010)
4:1
(19/12/2009)
3:4
(21/01/2010)
1:0
(04/01/2010)
4:0
(08/12/2009)
SG Pontebba 2:3
(23/12/2009)
4:1
(17/12/2009)
2:5
(30/12/2009)
5:4 sh.
(08/12/2009)
3:0
(16/01/2010)
3:2
(06/01/2010)
8:5
(28/12/2009)
5:2
(23/01/2010)
Renon Hockey 2:3
(23/01/2010)
4:0
(16/01/2010)
7:3
(08/12/2009)
4:1
(04/01/2010)
4:2
(23/12/2009)
4:1
(12/12/2009)
5:3
(30/12/2009)
4:2
(28/12/2009)
HC Valpellice 4:3 sh.
(07/01/2010)
1:2
(02/01/2010)
6:5 o.t.
(21/01/2010)
7:2
(26/12/2009)
2:3 o.t.
(10/12/2009)
4:3
(26/01/2010)
2:5
(05/12/2009)
2:5
(17/12/2009)
HC Valpusteria 9:2
(10/12/2009)
4:1
(05/12/2009)
4:1
(19/12/2009)
0:2
(21/01/2010)
6:0
(02/01/2010)
5:4 o.t.
(26/12/2009)
4:7
(26/01/2010)
6:3
(14/01/2010)

Legend: o.t.= decided in overtime; sh.= decided in shootouts

Third roundEdit

January 28 2010 - March 2 2010
Teams Alleghe Asiago Bolzano Cortina Fassa Pontebba Renon Valpellice Val Pusteria
Alleghe HC 7:4
(23/02/2010)
4:1
(28/01/2010)
1:3
(27/02/2010)
6:2
(18/02/2010)
Asiago Hockey 6:5
(02/03/2010)
4:1
(18/02/2010)
4:3 o.t.
(23/02/2010)
4:3
(02/02/2010)
HC Bolzano 3:2 o.t.
(20/02/2010)
2:1
(04/02/2010)
1:5
(28/01/2010)
6:0
(25/02/2010)
SG Cortina 1:4
(02/03/2010)
2:3
(20/02/2010)
3:4
(04/02/2010)
5:3
(25/02/2010)
SHC Fassa 2:4
(27/02/2010)
1:3
(18/02/2010)
3:4
(23/02/2010)
4:0
(02/02/2010)
SG Pontebba 7:1
(25/02/2010)
1:4
(20/02/2010)
2:1
(02/02/2010)
6:1
(02/03/2010)
Renon Hockey 0:4
(02/02/2010)
2:0
(25/02/2010)
4:3 d.r.
(18/02/2010)
4:1
(02/03/2010)
HC Valpellice 8:3
(27/02/2010)
4:5
(04/02/2010)
3:4
(28/01/2010)
5:4
(20/02/2010)
HC Valpusteria 4:0
(04/02/2010)
2:3
(28/01/2010)
3:2
(23/02/2010)
6:1
(27/02/2010)

Legend: o.t.= decided in overtime; sh.= decided in shootouts

StandingsEdit

Team Points GP W OTW OTL L GF GA
1. Renon 79 40 24 1 5 10 147 114
2. Val Pusteria 75 40 23 2 2 13 153 113
3. Asiago 75 40 20 6 3 11 133 109
4. Bolzano 69 40 19 5 2 14 127 110
5. Pontebba 62 40 17 4 3 16 137 140
6. Fassa 57 40 17 1 4 18 93 97
7. Alleghe 46 40 12 3 4 21 114 150
8. Valpellice 41 40 11 3 2 24 144 177
9. Cortina 36 40 9 3 3 25 113 151

Legend: GP = games played; W = regular time win; OTW= overtime/shootout win; OTL = overtime/shootout loss; L = regular time loss; GF = goals for; GA = goals against

Play-offEdit

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
  1  Renon 4  
8  Valpellice 1  
  1  Renon 4  
  4  Bolzano 1  
4  Bolzano 4
  5  Pontebba 3  
    1  Renon 0
  3  Asiago 4
  2  Val Pusteria 4  
7  Alleghe 0  
2  Val Pusteria 2
  3  Asiago 4  
3  Asiago 4
  6  Fassa 2  

†: game ended in overtime
‡: game ended in the shootout

FinalsEdit

Match 1Edit

8 April 2010
20:30
SV Renon 2 - 3 sh.
(1:0, 1:2, 0:0; 0:0; 0:1)
AS Asiago Palaonda, Bolzano
Attendance: 1,879

Match 2Edit

10 April 2010
20:30
AS Asiago 4 - 1
(3:0; 0:1; 1:0)
SV Renon Odegar, Asiago
Attendance: 2,400

Match 3Edit

13 April 2010
20:30
SV Renon 2 - 3
(1:1; 0:0; 1:2)
AS Asiago Palaonda, Bolzano
Attendance: 1,687

Match 4Edit

15 april 2010
20:30
AS Asiago 5 - 2
(0:0; 4:1; 1:1)
SV Renon Odegar, Asiago
Attendance: 2,900

AS Asiago wins a second scudetto.

Italian champion squad Edit

Flag of Italy 2009-10 AS Asiago champion squad
Player Pos. Player Pos.
Italy-Canada Daniel BellissimoGFlag of Italy Gianfilippo PavoneG
Flag of Italy Alessandro TuraGFlag of Italy Michele Strazzabosco AD
Flag of Finland Mika LehtinenDItaly-Canada Nick PlastinoD
Italy-Canada Carter TrevisaniDFlag of Italy Marco RossiD
Flag of Italy Enrico MiglioranziDFlag of the United StatesFlag of Italy Matt De MarchiD
Italy-Canada John Parco CAFlag of Italy Nicola TessariA
Flag of Italy Matteo TessariAFlag of Canada Michael HenrichA
Flag of Italy Mirko PrestiAFlag of Canada Ralph IntranuovoA
Flag of Canada Layne UlmerAFlag of Italy Federico Benetti AA
Flag of Italy Filippo BusaAFlag of Canada Dave BorrelliA
Flag of Italy Michele StevanAFlag of the United States Joe ZappalaA
Flag of SwitzerlandFlag of Italy Claudio IsabellaAFlag of Canada Vince BellissimoA
John Harrington[1] Coach John Tucker[1]Coach

See alsoEdit

NoteEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Harrington was substituted by John Tucker for the finals, as he has been selected to lead the Slovenian National Team at the 2010 World Championship.: You must specify title = and url = when using {{cite web}}..

SourceEdit

This article is essentially an adaptation of the Italian Wikipedia's article on the matter, which can be found here: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serie_A_2009-2010_%28hockey_su_ghiaccio%29 (in Italian)

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