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The 1968-1969 European Cup was the fourth edition of the European Cup, IIHF's premier european club ice hockey tournament. The season started on September 17, 1968 and finished on October 12, 1969.

The tournament was won by CSKA Moscow, who beat EC KAC in the final

First roundEdit

Team #1 Score Team #2
HK Jesenice Flag of SFR Yugoslavia 5:6, 3:5 Flag of Austria EC KAC
HC Chamonix Flag of France 2:5, 0:4 Flag of Switzerland HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
Vålerenga Flag of Norway 3:7, 4:17 Flag of Sweden Brynäs IF
HK Metallurg Pernik Flag of Bulgaria 4:4, 3:7 Flag of Hungary HC Dosza Ujpest
GKS Katowice Flag of Poland w/o Flag of Finland Koo-Vee
Dynamo Berlin Flag of East Germany w/o Flag of Romania HC Dinamo Bucureşti

Flag of Germany EV Füssen, Flag of Czechoslovakia Dukla Jihlava  : bye


Second roundEdit

Team #1 Score Team #2
EC KAC Flag of Austria 5:2, 2:1 Flag of Germany EV Füssen
HC La Chaux-de-Fonds Flag of Switzerland 10:4, 3:2 Flag of Hungary HC Dosza Ujpest
GKS Katowice Flag of Poland 1:2, 3:3 Flag of East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Brynäs IF Flag of Sweden w/o Flag of Czechoslovakia Dukla Jihlava


Third roundEdit

Team #1 Score Team #2
HC La Chaux-de-Fonds Flag of Switzerland 4:5, 4:3 (2:3 PS)

Flag of Austria EC KAC
Dynamo Berlin Flag of East Germany w/o Flag of Sweden Brynäs IF

Flag of Czechoslovakia ZKL Brno, Flag of the Soviet Union CSKA Moscow  : bye


SemifinalsEdit

Team #1 Score Team #2
EC KAC Flag of Austria w/o Flag of Czechoslovakia ZKL Brno
Dynamo Berlin Flag of East Germany 1:11, 0:13 Flag of the Soviet Union CSKA Moscow


FinalsEdit

Team #1 Score Team #2
EC KAC Flag of Austria 1:9, 3:14 Flag of the Soviet Union CSKA Moscow


References Edit


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