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Ernst Höfner (born Septmeber 21, 1957 in Augsburg, Germany) is a retired German left winger and current coach of the Germany men's national ice hockey team and the Germany men's national junior ice hockey team. He has held these positions since 1999.
His pro career spanned from 1974 to 1992. He played in Germany for Augsburger Panther, SC Riessersee, and Star Bulls Rosenheim. In 666 games Hofner scored 376 goals and 663 assists for 1039 points for sixth place among all-time scorers.
He played for Germany in the following:
- 1977 World Junior Championship
- 1980 Olympics
- 1981 World Championship
- 1982 World Championship
- 1983 World Championship
- 1984 Olympics
- 1984 Canada Cup
- 1985 World Championship
- 1986 World Championship
- 1987 World Championship
Hofner was the coach of Star Bulls Rosenheim from 1992 to 1998 and of EC Bad Tölz in 1998-99.