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Grizzlys Wolfsburg

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Grizzlys Wolfsburg are a professional ice hockey club of the German professional ice hockey league Deutsche Eishockey Liga. They play their games at Eisarena in Wolfsburg. The professional team is named after the title character of The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, while the parent club is known as EHC Wolfsburg.

Grizzlys Wolfsburg
EHC Wolfsburg logo.svg
CityWolfsburg, Germany
LeagueDeutsche Eishockey Liga
Founded1975
Home arenaVolksbank BraWo Eisarena
ColorsOrange, black, white
              
General managerKarl-Heinz Fliegauf
Head coachPat Cortina
CaptainSebastian Furchner
Websiteehc-wolfsburg.de

The team enjoys substantial financial support from the Czech automobile manufacturer Škoda Auto, which in turn belongs to the Wolfsburg-based Volkswagen Group. Grizzlys themselves have been engaged in providing support to a nearby bear park.[clarification needed]

HistoryEdit

Wolfsburg earned their first promotion to the DEL in 2004. However after one season, they were relegated back to 2.Bundesliga due to their arena not meeting league standards. In 2006, Eisarena Wolfsburg opened, allowing the club to return to the DEL, where they have remained since.

The 2010–11 season marked the first time the club advanced to the league championship series, but they were swept by Eisbären Berlin.

HonorsEdit

WinnersEdit

Runners-upEdit

Season recordsEdit

 
Old logo
Season Games Won Lost Tie OTL SOL Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Rank Playoffs
2004–05 52 19 29 0 4 - 58 134 174 13 Relegated
2007–08 56 19 34 - 2 1 55 152 202 13 No Playoffs
2008–09 52 26 20 - 5 1 83 180 141 7 Lost in Quarterfinals
2009–10 56 33 19 - 2 2 97 192 152 3 Lost in Semifinals
2010–11 52 31 13 - 2 6 96 156 116 1 Lost in Finals
2011–12 52 25 17 - 1 3 91 174 122 3 Lost in Quarterfinals
2012–13 52 19 23 - 2 2 73 142 150 10 Lost in Semifinals
2013–14 52 25 19 - 2 1 88 151 125 6 Lost in Semifinals
2014–15 52 28 18 - 3 3 84 152 136 7 Lost in Semifinals
2015–16 52 25 19 - 3 1 87 151 118 4 Lost in Finals
2016–17 52 30 16 - 5 1 91 153 128 5 Lost in Finals
2017–18 52 25 20 - 5 2 76 153 146 7 Lost in Quarterfinals
2018–19 52 17 25 - 5 5 59 134 182 12 No Playoffs

PlayersEdit

Current rosterEdit

Updated July 10, 2019.[1]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
59   Maximilian Adam D L 21 2019 Görlitz, Germany
11   Brent Aubin RW R 33 2013 Sainte-Sophie, Quebec, Canada
47   Wade Bergman D L 29 2018 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
7   Dominik Bittner D L 27 2019 Weilheim in Oberbayern, Germany
90   Felix Brückmann G L 28 2014 Breisach, Germany
29   Valentin Busch F L 21 2018 Erding, Germany
55   Ryan Button D L 28 2019 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
36   Jakob Ceglarski F R 20 2018 Salzgitter, Germany
23   Gerrit Fauser (A) C L 30 2013 Nürnberg, Germany
4   Garrett Festerling C R 33 2019 Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada
17   Sebastian Furchner (C) LW L 37 2008 Kaufbeuren, Germany
21   Christoph Hoehenleitner LW L 36 2007 Dachau, Germany
61   Alexander Johansson LW L 30 2019 Värnamo, Sweden
5   Nick Jones D R 29 2019 Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States
19   Nick Latta C R 26 2018 Schongau, Germany
9   Jeff Likens (A) D R 34 2013 Barrington, Illinois, United States
93   Spencer Machacek RW R 31 2018 Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
77   Marius Möchel RW L 28 2018 Nürnberg, Germany
91   Jan Nijenhuis F R 18 2019 Munich, Germany
46   Mathis Olimb C L 33 2019 Oslo, Norway
34   Chet Pickard G L 29 2019 Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
41   Steven Raabe F L 18 2018 Salzgitter, Germany
18   Anthony Rech LW L 27 2019 Sallanches, France
8   Mike Sislo RW R 31 2019 Superior, Wisconsin, United States
22   Eric Valentin C R 22 2018 Donaueschingen, Germany
12   Armin Wurm D L 30 2009 Füssen, Germany


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Grizzlys Wolfsburg team roster" (in German). Grizzlys Wolfsbug. Retrieved 2016-08-19.

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