EHC Red Bull München

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Eishockeyclub Red Bull München (or EHC Red Bull München; English: Munich Red Bulls Ice Hockey Club) is a professional ice hockey team based in Munich, Germany. The club is a member of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL), the highest level of play in professional German ice hockey.

Red Bull München
Club crest
NicknameBulls
CityMunich, Bavaria
LeagueDeutsche Eishockey Liga
Founded1998; 23 years ago (1998)
Home arenaOlympia Eishalle
(capacity: 6,256)
ColoursNavy, White, Red, Yellow
       
Owner(s)Red Bull GmbH
General managerChristian Winkler
Head coachDon Jackson
CaptainPatrick Hager
Championships4 (2016, 2017, 2018, 2020)
Websitewww.redbullmuenchen.de
Franchise history
1998–2003HC München 98
2003–2004EHC München
2004–2013EHC München Spielbetriebs
2013–presentEHC Red Bull München

The club has won 3 DEL titles in a row, as well as German Cup in 2010. The team plays its home games at Olympia Eishalle.

HistoryEdit

After the establishment of the club Eishockeyclub HC München 1998 on 19 January 1998, HC Munich began play in the Bezirksliga, where they won the district championship.

The club quickly moved up the ranks in German hockey in their first decade, winning league titles in both the Bayernliga. In 2003 the club changed its name to Eishockeyclub München. After getting promoted in 2003 from the Bavarian League to the Oberliga, the senior team was outsourced from the club to the EHC München Spielbetriebs GmbH in 2004. The club gained promotion to the 2.Bundesliga, whose championship they won in 2010.

By July 2010, EHC München had earned promotion into Germany's top league, the DEL.[1] Furthermore, the club managed to reach the playoffs in its first season in the DEL. After financial problems the team got a new sponsor in 2012 and was renamed EHC Red Bull München. Since 1 May 2013, the company and the team have been owned by Red Bull GmbH and the company was renamed EHC Red Bull München GmbH.

Home arenaEdit

 
Outside Olympia Eishalle in Munich, Germany.

The team's home arena is called Olympia Eishalle, which seats 6,256 spectators.

New arenaEdit

SAP Garden is a planned 10,500-capacity indoor arena, to be built in Oympiapark, Munich. It is expected to be completed in 2022 at the earliest.

HonoursEdit

DomesticEdit

EuropeanEdit

PlayersEdit

Current rosterEdit

Updated 9 February 2021.[2]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
16   Konrad Abeltshauser D L 29 2016 Bad Tölz, Germany
32   Nicolas Appendino D L 22 2020 Kempten, Germany
5   Keith Aulie D L 32 2017 Rouleau, Saskatchewan, Canada
33   Danny aus den Birken G L 36 2015 Düsseldorf, Germany
71   Chris Bourque LW L 35 2019 Boston, Massachusetts, United States
6   Daryl Boyle D R 34 2014 Sparwood, British Columbia, Canada
70   Maximilian Daubner C L 24 2017 Deggendorf, Germany
  Andrew Ebbett C L 38 2021 Vernon, British Columbia, Canada
98   Bastian Eckl RW L 21 2019 Regensburg, Germany
42   Yasin Ehliz LW L 28 2018 Bad Tölz, Germany
30   Daniel Fießinger G L 24 2019 Marktoberdorf, Germany
87   Philip Gogulla LW L 34 2019 Düsseldorf, Germany
52   Patrick Hager C L 33 2017 Stuttgart, Germany
93   Maximilian Kastner F L 28 2015 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
34   Elias Lindner F L 20 2020 Mainburg, Germany
19   Dennis Lobach RW R 21 2018 Schweinfurt, Germany
2   Andrew MacWilliam D L 31 2020 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
28   Frank Mauer RW R 33 2015 Heidelberg, Germany
84   Trevor Parkes RW R 30 2018 Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada
77   John-Jason Peterka F L 19 2019 München, Germany
12   Ethan Prow D R 28 2021 Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, United States
44   Zach Redmond D R 33 2020 Traverse City, Michigan, United States
35   Kevin Reich G L 25 2017 Iserlohn, Germany
9   Derek Roy C L 38 2019 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
18   Justin Schütz LW L 21 2018 Kassel, Germany
36   Yannic Seidenberg LW L 37 2013 Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany
49   Mark Voakes C L 37 2018 St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "EHC receives DEL License" (in German). ehc-muenchen.de. 3 July 2010. Archived from the original on 22 November 2010. Retrieved 12 July 2010.
  2. ^ "EHC Red Bull München - Team" (in German). redbullmuenchen.de. Retrieved 2021-02-02.

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