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2011–12 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season
League Deutsche Eishockey Liga
Sport Ice Hockey
Total attendance 588,913 (5,452 per game)

The 2011–12 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season is the 18th season since the founding of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga.

TeamsEdit

StadiaEdit

Team City Arena
Augsburger Panther Augsburg Curt Frenzel Stadium
Eisbären Berlin Berlin O2 World
DEG Metro Stars Düsseldorf ISS Dome
Hamburg Freezers Hamburg Color Line Arena
Hannover Scorpions Hanover TUI Arena
ERC Ingolstadt Ingolstadt Saturn Arena
Iserlohn Roosters Iserlohn Eissporthalle Iserlohn
Kölner Haie Cologne Lanxess Arena
Krefeld Pinguine Krefeld König Palast
Adler Mannheim Mannheim SAP Arena
Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers Nuremberg Nuremberg Arena
Straubing Tigers Straubing Eisstadion am Pulverturm
Wolfsburg Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg Eisarena Wolfsburg
EHC München Munich Olympia Eishalle

Regular seasonEdit

Team GP W OTW SOW OTL SOL L Goals Points
1. Eisbären Berlin5226342116171:14095
2. ERC Ingolstadt5226322316168:15093
3. Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg5225241317174:12291
4. Adler Mannheim5223433415171:14890
5. Hamburg Freezers5222332319149:14983
6. Straubing Tigers5220441320161:15180
7. DEG Metro Stars5218255417162:16780
8. Augsburger Panther5220511619135:13179
9. Kölner Haie5221045220135:14578
10. Iserlohn Roosters5219154419150:15077
11. EHC München5217244421124:13571
12. Krefeld Pinguine5218042523126:15369
13. Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers5213502428122:16555
14. Hannover Scorpions5212242131119:16151

GP = Games Played, W = Wins, OTW = Overtime win, SOW = Shootout win, OTL = Overtime loss, SOL = Shootout loss, L = Loss
Color code:     = Direct Playoff qualification,     = Playoff qualification round,     = No playoff [1]

PlayoffsEdit

Playoff qualificationsEdit

The playoff qualifications were played between March 14, and 16, 2012 in a Best-of-three mode.

1 2 3
DEG Metro Stars 2–0 Iserlohn Roosters 4–1 7–4
Augsburger Panther 0–2 Kölner Haie 1–5 1–3

Playoff bracketEdit

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
  1  Eisbären Berlin 4  
9  Kölner Haie 0  
  1  Eisbären Berlin 3  
  4  Straubing Tigers 1  
3  EHC Wolfsburg 0
  6  Straubing Tigers 4  
    1  Eisbären Berlin 3
  2  Adler Mannheim 2
  4  Adler Mannheim 4  
5  Hamburg Freezers 1  
6  ERC Ingolstadt 1
  2  Adler Mannheim 3  
7  DEG Metro Stars 1
  2  ERC Ingolstadt 4  

QuarterfinalsEdit

The quarterfinals were played in a Best-of-seven mode starting March 21 until April 3, 2012.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Eisbären Berlin 4–0 Kölner Haie 5–1 4–2 3–1 3–0
Adler Mannheim 4–1 Hamburg Freezers 4–0 8–1 1–2 3–1 3–1
EHC Wolfsburg 0–4 Straubing Tigers 1–2 0–7 1–3 3–7
ERC Ingolstadt 4–1 DEG Metro Stars 5–3 1–5 3–2 (OT) 6–1 4–3

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were played in a Best-of-five mode starting April 5 to 11, 2012.

1 2 3 4 5
Eisbären Berlin 3–1 Straubing Tigers 4–1 4–1 1–3 4–2
ERC Ingolstadt 1–3 Adler Mannheim 1–4 3–4 3–0 2–6

FinalsEdit

The finals were played in a Best-of-five mode starting April 15 to 24, 2012.

1 2 3 4 5
Eisbären Berlin 3–2 Adler Mannheim 2–0 1–4 1–2 6–5 (OT) 3–1

Team PhotosEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 2011–12 DEL Standings (German). Pointstreak.com (2011-11-01). Retrieved on 2011-11-01.

External linksEdit


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