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|Years in Existence||1986-1992|
|Team Colors||Green, white, black|
|Championships||3 1987, 1989, 1990|
Rotterdam Panda's was a professional ice hockey team in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. They played in the Dutch Eredivisie, the highest-level hockey division in the Netherlands. Home games were played at the Weena-ijshal, a (now-closed) arena near Rotterdam Central train station.
Ice hockey had been played in Rotterdam since the 1950s. The Rotterdam Panda's team played six seasons in the Eredivisie, winning its first national championship during its first season. It attracted several players from other teams in the Eredivisie, especially Nijmegen.
The team sported a green and white jersey with the logo of the World Wildlife Fund panda as a crest.
Securing a home arena was a major problem for the Panda's. The Weena-ijshal shut its doors in 1993. Since then, there has been no commitment to build a new ice hockey arena in Rotterdam, despite discussions as lately as 2007.
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, T = Ties, L = Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points
|1991-92||30||16||4||10||155||123||36||3rd, Eredivisie||Lost semi-final to Utrecht (0-3)|
|1990-91||10||6||1||3||61||33||19||2nd, Eredivisie||Lost semi-final to Utrecht (0-2)|
|1989-90||10||9||1||0||67||31||25||1st, Eredivisie||Won National Championship (3-0 vs Nijmegen)|
|1988-89||28||20||1||7||212||93||41||2nd, Eredivisie||Won National Championship (3-2 vs Geleen)|
|1987-88||10||4||1||5||45||51||13||4th, Eredivisie||Lost semi-final to Nijmegen (0-2)|
|1986-87||10||9||0||1||69||33||24||1st, Eredivisie||Won National Championship (2-0 vs Geleen)|
- Dutch National Championship
3 times: 1986-87; 1988-89; 1989-90
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