|2011–12 Euro Hockey Tour|
|Dates||10 Nov. – 29 Apr. 2012|
|Venue(s)||8 (in 8 host cities)|
|Champions||Czech Republic (2 titles)|
|Goals scored||115 (4.79 per game)|
|Attendance||195,557 (8,148 per game)|
|Scoring leader(s)||Alexander Radulov|
The Euro Hockey Tour 2011–12 was the 16th season of Euro Hockey Tour. It started on 10 November 2011 and ended on 29 April 2012. A total of 24 games were played, with each team playing 12 games. The season consisted of the Karjala Tournament, the Channel One Cup, the Oddset Hockey Games, and the Kajotbet Hockey Games. The Czech Republic took their first Euro Hockey Tour gold medal since 1997–98, and thus received the largest prize money of €75,000.
GP: Games played; W: Wins; OTW: Overtime wins; OTL: Overtime losses; L: Losses in regulation time; GF: Goals forward; GA: Goals allowed; Pts: Points
– Euro Hockey Tour champion and received €75,000 prize money.
– Received €30,000 prize money.
– Received €15,000 prize money.
Channel One CupEdit
The 2011 Channel One Cup was played between 15–18 December 2011. Five of the matches were played in the Moscow, Russia, and one match in Chomutov, Czech Republic. The tournament was won by Sweden, who therefore recorded their first win in the Russian tournament since 1998.
Oddset Hockey GamesEdit
The 2012 Oddset Hockey Games was played between 9–12 February 2012. Five of the matches were played in Stockholm, Sweden, and one match in Helsinki, Finland. Sweden won the tournament for the second consecutive year.
Kajotbet Hockey GamesEdit
The 2012 Kajotbet Hockey Games was played between 26–29 April 2012. Five of the matches were played in Brno, Czech Republic, and one match in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Finland won the tournament, for the fifth time in history.
List shows the top skaters sorted by points, then goals. If the list exceeds 10 skaters because of a tie in points, all of the tied skaters are shown.
|Petr Nedvěd||Czech Republic||9||6||1||7||10||F|
|Zbynek Irgl||Czech Republic||9||3||2||5||4||F|
positions: F = Forward; RW = Right winger; LW = Left winger; C = Centre; D = Defenceman
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