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2010–11 Erste Bank Eishockey Liga
League Erste Bank Eishockey Liga
Sport Ice hockey
Regular season
Season champions EC KAC
Top scorer Francois Fortier

The 2010–11 Austrian Hockey League is the most recent season of the Austrian Hockey League (known as Erste Bank Eishockey Liga (or EBEL league) for sponsorship reasons). The 2010-11 season ended with an exciting victory in game 7 of the championship finals for the EC Red Bull Salzburg team.

TeamsEdit

Team City/Area Arena Capacity Founded Joined EBEL
Red Bull Salzburg Flag of Austria Salzburg Eisarena Salzburg 3,600 1977
Graz 99ers Flag of Austria Graz Eisstadion Graz Liebenau 4,050 1999
EC KAC Flag of Austria Klagenfurt Stadthalle Klagenfurt 5,500 1909
Black Wings Linz Flag of Austria Linz Keine Sorgen Eisarena Linz 3,800 1992
Vienna Capitals Flag of Austria Vienna Albert Schultz Eishalle 4,500 2000
Villacher SV Flag of Austria Villach Villacher Stadthalle 4,800 1923
Acroni Jesenice Flag of Slovenia Jesenice Dvorana Podmežakla 6,000 1948 2006/07
Olimpija Ljubljana Flag of Slovenia Ljubljana Dvorana Tivoli 4,500 1929 2007/08
SAPA Fehérvár AV 19 Flag of Hungary Székesfehérvár Ifjabb Ocskay Gábor Ice Hall 3,600 1960 2007/08
KHL Medveščak Zagreb Flag of Croatia Zagreb Dom Sportova / Arena Zagreb 6,000 / 15,024 1961 2009/10

Regular seasonEdit

StandingsEdit

R Team GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
1 EC KAC 54 36 12 6 190 159 78
2 Red Bull Salzburg 54 33 19 2 206 181 68
3 Vienna Capitals 54 31 18 5 200 162 67
4 Villacher SV 54 28 20 5 180 167 63
5 Black Wings Linz 54 26 21 7 156 166 59
6 Graz 99ers 54 27 23 4 164 153 58
7 Olimpija Ljubljana 54 24 25 5 165 197 53
8 KHL Medveščak Zagreb 54 23 25 6 171 171 52
9 SAPA Fehérvár AV 19 54 21 26 7 162 203 49
10 Jesenice 54 20 25 9 161 196 49

Individual statisticsEdit

Scoring leaders Edit

The following players led the league in points at the conclusion of the regular season.[1]

Player Team GP G A Pts +/– PIM
Fortier, FrancoisFrancois Fortier Vienna Capitals 51 48 36 84 +30 61
Gratton, BenoitBenoit Gratton Vienna Capitals 45 27 46 73 +23 247
Ticar, RokRok Ticar Jesenice 54 24 44 68 +8 16
Hughes, JohnJohn Hughes Olimpija Ljubljana 53 16 48 64 -6 28
Ladanyi, BalazsBalazs Ladanyi SAPA Fehérvár AV 19 54 22 38 60 -1 20
Sabolič, RobertRobert Sabolič Jesenice 54 33 26 59 -4 64
Kinasewich, RyanRyan Kinasewich KHL Medveščak Zagreb 49 30 29 59 +22 16
Damon, DerekDerek Damon Villacher SV 53 24 33 57 +9 158
Koch, ThomasThomas Koch Red Bull Salzburg 49 23 34 57 +15 34
Raffl, MichaelMichael Raffl Villacher SV 50 26 29 55 +25 62

Leading goaltenders Edit

The following goaltenders led the league in goals against average at the end of the regular season.[2]

Player Team GP Min SOG SVS GA SV% GAA
Chiodo, AndyAndy Chiodo EC KAC 41 1,776:07 946 867 79 .916 2,67
Hauser, AdamAdam Hauser Vienna Capitals 28 1,425:18 744 680 64 .914 2,69
Starkbaum, BernhardBernhard Starkbaum Villacher SV 54 1,895:32 1101 1015 86 .922 2,72
Weinhandl, FabianFabian Weinhandl Graz 99ers 54 3,251:47 1625 1475 150 .908 2,77
Westlund, AlexAlex Westlund Black Wings Linz 52 2,775:01 1503 1374 129 .914 2,79
Kristan, RobertRobert Kristan KHL Medveščak Zagreb 52 2,844:18 1782 1649 133 .925 2,81
Divis, ReinhardReinhard Divis Red Bull Salzburg 35 1,630:42 945 868 76 .919 2,83
Penker, JürgenJürgen Penker Vienna Capitals 34 1,672:44 947 868 79 .917 2,83
Fikrt, MichalMichal Fikrt Jesenice 20 1,195:49 599 539 60 .900 3,01
Swette, RenéRené Swette EC KAC 54 1,510:39 813 733 80 .902 3,18

PlayoffsEdit

The EC Red Bull Salzburg team won the season, after beating the EC KAC 4-3 in the final series. Game 7 ended with an exciting overtime goal by the Red Bulls, giving them the league championship for the second year in a row, with a final game score of 3-2.

After the regular season, the standard of 8 teams qualified for the playoffs. In the playoff games the better placed team at the end of the regular season will have the right to play at home first. In the quarterfinals the 1st ranked team will play against the 8th ranked team, 2nd vs 7th, 3rd vs 6th, 4th vs 5th - each in a best-of-seven series.

In the semifinals the four winners of the quarterfinals will play as follows: the best ranked club (in the regular season) of the four semifinalists will play against the worst ranked club, the second best ranked club against the second worst ranked club - each in a best-of-seven series. The two winners of the semifinals will play a best-of-seven series in the final round.

If a playoff game is undecided at the end of the regular time after a 17 minutes break a 20 minute "Sudden Victory Overtime" will be played. Should the game still be undecided after the first overtime period after another 17 minutes break a second 20 minute "Sudden Victory Overtime" will be played and so on until the deciding goal is scored. Each team may only use four skaters; however, at least three skaters must be used.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
  1  Flag of Austria EC KAC 4  
8  Flag of Croatia KHL Medveščak Zagreb 1  
  1  Flag of Austria EC KAC 4  
  4  Flag of Austria Villacher SV 1  
2  Flag of Austria Red Bull Salzburg 4
  7  Flag of Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 1  
(Pairings are re-seeded after the first round)   2  Flag of Austria EC KAC 3
  1  Flag of Austria Red Bull Salzburg 4
  3  Flag of Austria Vienna Capitals 4  
6  Flag of Austria Graz 99ers 0  
  2  Flag of Austria Red Bull Salzburg 4
  3  Flag of Austria Vienna Capitals 3  
4  Flag of Austria Villacher SV 4
  5  Flag of Austria Black Wings Linz 1  


Team PhotosEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Spieler Statistik. Erste Bank Eishockey Liga.
  2. Spieler Statistik: Torhüter. Erste Bank Eishockey Liga.
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