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.

Augsburger Panther
Augsburger Panther logo.svg
CityAugsburg, Germany
LeagueDeutsche Eishockey Liga
Founded1878
Home arenaCurt Frenzel Stadion
Colors              
Owner(s)Lothar Sigl
General managerDuanne Moeser
Head coachTray Tuomie
CaptainSteffen Tölzer
Websiteaev-panther.de
Franchise history
1878–1994Augsburger EV
1994–Augsburger Panther

Founded in 1878, the team's name was Augsburger EV (Augsburger Eislaufverein, i.e. "Augsburgian Skating Society") until 1994, when it was changed to Augsburger Panther.

Season recordsEdit

Season Games Won Lost Tie OTL SOL Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Rank Playoffs
1994–95 44 12 25 7 - - 31 137 189 13 Lost in Preliminary Round
1995–96 50 17 27 6 - - 42 163 180 12 Lost in Quarterfinals
1996–97 48 21 21 5 1 - 48 176 181 11 No Playoffs
1997–98 44 16 24 2 2 - 36 122 160 13 Lost in Preliminary Round
1998–99 52 22 19 8 3 - 85 169 155 8 Lost in Quarterfinals
1999–00 56 30 24 0 2 - 90 178 161 8 Lost in Quarterfinals
2000–01 60 26 31 0 3 - 73 187 242 14 No Playoffs
2001–02 60 31 23 0 6 - 91 185 189 8 Lost in Quarterfinals
2002–03 52 22 24 6 0 - 66 127 146 11 No Playoffs
2003–04 52 26 21 0 5 - 78 180 177 9 No Playoffs
2004–05 52 24 22 0 6 - 76 150 154 7 Lost in Quarterfinals
2005–06 52 20 26 - 0 6 61 139 184 12 No Playoffs
2006–07 52 17 32 - 2 1 48 148 205 13 No Playoffs
2007–08 56 23 28 - 3 2 67 158 187 12 No Playoffs
2008–09 52 26 22 - 2 2 80 156 178 10 Lost in Preliminary Round
2009–10 56 31 24 - 1 0 87 201 188 8 Lost in Finals
2010–11 52 20 25 - 3 4 63 162 175 14 No Playoffs
2011–12 52 26 19 - 1 6 79 135 131 8 Lost in Preliminary Round
2012–13 52 26 23 - 1 2 77 137 155 8 Lost in Preliminary Round
2013–14 52 18 24 - 1 4 69 147 179 11 No Playoffs
2014–15 52 17 30 - 3 2 53 139 185 12 No Playoffs
2015–16 52 20 27 - 0 1 69 158 185 12 No Playoffs
2016–17 52 30 18 - 1 3 87 155 152 6 Lost in Quarterfinals
2017–18 52 17 25 - 1 5 65 151 158 12 No Playoffs
2018–19 52 24 18 - 5 1 86 149 139 3 Lost in Semi-finals
2019–20 52 22 22 - 5 3 72 142 152 10 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[1]

PlayersEdit

Current rosterEdit

Updated November 21, 2019.[2]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
15   Mitch Callahan RW R 28 2019 Whittier, California, United States
27   Matt Fraser LW L 30 2018 Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
29   Sahir Gill C L 28 2018 Terrace, British Columbia, Canada
77   Jaroslav Hafenrichter LW L 30 2016 Chomutov, Czechoslovakia
4   Henry Haase D L 26 2018 Berlin, Germany
17   Thomas Holzmann LW L 32 2015 Buchloe, Germany
35   Markus Keller G L 30 2018 Augsburg, Germany
18   Scott Kosmachuk RW R 26 2019 Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
2   Brady Lamb (A) D R 31 2014 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
63   Alex Lambacher RW R 23 2019 Bressanone, Italy
19   Drew LeBlanc C L 30 2015 Hermantown, Minnesota, United States
41   Jakob Mayenschein C/LW L 23 2019 Landshut, Germany
20   Patrick McNeill D L 33 2018 Strathroy, Ontario, Canada
52   Denis Miller F R 20 2019 Tübingen, Germany
11   Adam Payerl RW R 29 2018 Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
28   John Rogl D L 24 2018 Landshut, Germany
31   Olivier Roy G L 28 2017 Causapscal, Quebec, Canada
25   Daniel Schmölz LW L 28 2017 Füssen, Germany
93   Simon Sezemsky D R 26 2016 Munich, Germany
6   Marco Sternheimer F L 21 2017 Augsburg, Germany
21   David Stieler C L 31 2016 Kladno, Czechoslovakia
13   Steffen Tölzer (C) D L 34 2003 Zittau, Germany
24   T.J. Trevelyan LW L 36 2011 Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
47   Christoph Ullmann (A) C L 37 2018 Altötting, Germany
22   Scott Valentine D L 29 2016 Metcalfe, Ontario, Canada


Notable alumniEdit

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

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Deutsche Eishockey Liga beendet Saison vorzeitig". del.org (in German). Retrieved 10 March 2020.
  2. ^ "Team – Augsburger Panther" (in German). aev-panther.de. Retrieved 22 April 2019.

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