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Augsburger Panther
AugsburgerPantherLogo
Full name Augsburger Panther
Based In Augsburg
Arena Curt Frenzel Stadion
(Capacity: 7,774)
League Deutsche Eishockey Liga
Team Colors               
Owner(s) Lothar Sigl
GM Max Fedra
Head Coach Larry Mitchell
Website Augsburger Panther


The Augsburger Panther are a professional ice hockey team in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. The team is based in Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. They play their home games at the Curt Frenzel Stadion.

Founded in 1878, the team's name was Augsburger EV until 1994, when it was changed to Augsburger Panther.

Season recordsEdit

Season Games WonLostTieOTLSOLPoints Goals
for
Goals
against
Rank Playoffs
1994–95441225 7 - -3113718913 Lost in preliminary round
1995–96501727 6 - -4216318012 Lost in 1st round
1996–97482121 5 1 -4817618111 No Playoffs
1997–98441624 2 2 -3612216013 Lost in preliminary round
1998–99522219 8 3 -851691558 Lost in 1st round
1999–00563024 0 2 -901781618 Lost in 1st round
2000–01602631 0 3 -7318724214 No Playoffs
2001–02603123 0 6 -911851898 Lost in 1st round
2002–03522224 6 0 -6612714611 No Playoffs
2003–04522621 0 5 -781801779 No Playoffs
2004–05522422 0 6 -761501547 Lost in 1st round
2005–06522026 - 0 66113918412 No Playoffs
2006–07521732 - 2 14814820513 No Playoffs
2007–08562328 - 3 26715818712 No Playoffs
2008–09522622 - 2 28015617810 Lost in preliminary round
2009–10563124 - 1 0872011888 Lost in Finals

Current rosterEdit

June 1, 2010.

Goaltenders
# Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
30 Flag of Germany Andreas Tanzer L 2008 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
35 Flag of Germany Leonardo Conti L 2009 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
44 Flag of Germany Dennis Endras L 2008 Immenstadt, Germany
Defensemen
# Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
4 Flag of Germany Chris Heid L 2009 Langley, Canada
9 Flag of the United States Jeff Likens R 2008 Barrington, United States
13 Flag of Germany Steffen Tölzer L 2003 Zittau, Germany
20 Flag of Germany Patrick Seifert L 2008 Augsburg, Germany
21 Flag of Canada T.J. Kemp L 2009 Pickering, Canada
25 Flag of Germany Patrik Vogel L 2009 München, Germany
34 Flag of Germany Benedikt Kohl R 2009 Berchtesgaden, Germany
43 Flag of Canada Christian Chartier L 2007 Russell, Canada
69 Flag of Germany Florian Kettemer L 2009 Kaufbeuren, Germany
Forwards
# Player Position Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
5 Flag of Germany Christian Wichert W L 2007 München, Germany
10 Flag of Canada Rhett Gordon W R 2007 Regina, SK, Canada
12 Flag of Germany Martin Schymainski W L 2008 Duisburg, Germany
14 Flag of Germany Steve Junker W L 2008 Castlegar, Canada
16 Flag of Canada Tyler Beechey C L 2009 Edmonton, Canada
17 Flag of the United States Chris Collins LW R 2008 Fairport, United States
18 Flag of Germany Michael Kreitl C L 2007 Schongau, Germany
19 Flag of Canada Connor James RW R 2009 Calgary, Canada
22 Flag of Germany Thomas Jörg W L 2008 Immenstadt, Germany
23 Flag of Canada Matt Ryan C R 2008 Sharon, Canada
24 Flag of Germany Martin Buchwieser F L 2009 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
26 Flag of Canada Richard Rochefort C R 2009 North Bay, Canada
40 Flag of Germany Darin Olver C L 2009 Burnaby, Canada
42 Flag of Canada Junior Lessard RW R 2010 Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Canada
77 Flag of Germany Uli Maurer W L 2008 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
87 Flag of Germany Tom Kühnhackl C L 2009 Landshut, Germany

Notable players Edit

  • Xaver Unsinn - 8x Bundesliga champion and former head coach of the German National Hockey Team.
  • Udo Kießling - 6x Bundesliga champion and member of the IIHF-Hockey Hall of Fame.
  • Ernst Höfner - 3x Bundesliga champion and currently assistant head coach of the German National Hockey Team.
  • Duanne Moeser - Played 15 years in Augsburg. Since 2005/2006 he has been working in the club management. He's the club's alltime scoring leader.
  • Paul Ambros - 11x Bundesliga champion.
  • Glenn Anderson - Won 5 Stanley Cups. Represented Canada at the 1980 Olympics, as well as twice at the World Championships and Canada Cup.
  • Dennis Endras - First German Player who was voted for MVP at IIHF World Championships 2010

All-time scoring leadersEdit

Games Played - Goals - Assists - Points

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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