Krefeld Pinguine

The Krefeld Pinguine (Krefeld Penguins) are an ice hockey team in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. Their home ice is in Krefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany at the König Palast. Founded first in 1936 by Willi Münstermann, the pro team became a limited liability company in 1994 and joined the top tier Deutsche Eishockey Liga. In their history they have won the German championship in 1951,1952, and 2003.

Krefeld Pinguine
Krefeld Pinguine logo.svg
CityKrefeld, Germany
LeagueDeutsche Eishockey Liga
Founded1936
Home arenaYayla-Arena
(capacity: 8,029)
Colors   
General managerSergey Saveljev
Head coachBoris Blank
CaptainMartin Schymainski
Websitekrefeld-pinguine.de

Team namesEdit

  • 1936 as "Krefelder Eislauf-Verein 1936 e.V." (KEV)
  • 1978 as "EHC Krefeld"
  • 1981 asc"Krefelder Eislauf-Verein 1981 e.V."
  • 1995 as "KEV Pinguine Eishockey GmbH"

Season recordsEdit

 
Krefeld Pinguine team in 2004
Season Games Won Lost Tie OTL SOL Points Goals
for
Goals
against
Rank Playoffs
1994–95 44 29 12 3 - - 63 203 127 4 Lost in Semi-finals
1995–96 50 26 19 5 - - 58 169 154 7 Lost in Quarterfinals
1996–97 48 28 15 2 3 - 61 198 166 8 Lost in Quarterfinals
1997–98 44 18 19 6 1 - 43 126 141 11 Lost in Quarterfinals
1998–99 52 23 18 7 4 - 87 183 159 7 Lost in Quarterfinals
1999–00 56 34 17 0 5 - 101 213 171 3 Lost in Quarterfinals
2000–01 60 27 22 0 11 - 88 182 177 9 No Playoffs
2001–02 60 40 16 0 4 - 118 210 162 3 Lost in Quarterfinals
2002–03 52 28 22 2 0 - 78 147 133 6 Champions
2003–04 52 22 26 0 4 - 64 127 149 10 No Playoffs
2004–05 52 26 23 0 3 - 73 145 159 9 No Playoffs
2005–06 52 28 20 - 0 4 79 173 169 8 Lost in Quarterfinals
2006–07 52 24 23 - 2 3 71 170 173 10 Lost in Preliminary Round
2007–08 56 25 23 - 3 5 80 191 193 11 No Playoffs
2008–09 52 28 20 - 3 1 84 167 140 6 Lost in Quarterfinals
2009–10 56 24 28 - 0 4 72 167 173 12 No Playoffs
2010–11 52 27 16 - 3 6 86 143 130 4 Lost in Semi-finals
2011–12 52 18 23 - 2 5 69 126 153 12 No Playoffs
2012–13 52 20 15 - 1 5 88 166 145 3 Lost in Semi-finals
2013–14 52 29 18 - 2 0 95 169 136 2 Lost in Quarterfinals
2014–15 52 20 23 - 1 1 76 156 168 10 Lost in Preliminary Round
2015–16 52 15 26 - 4 2 61 136 164 13 No Playoffs
2016–17 52 17 29 - 5 1 51 120 173 14 No Playoffs
2017–18 52 17 25 - 7 3 55 141 177 14 No Playoffs
2018–19 52 23 26 - 2 1 61 141 170 11 No Playoffs
2019–20 52 15 29 - 4 4 52 134 170 12 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[1]
2020–21 38 5 29 - 2 2 18 74 167 14 No Playoffs

PlayersEdit

Current rosterEdit

Updated 14 February 2021.[2]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
77   Tom-Eric Bappert D L 22 2019 Menden, Germany
72   Sergey Belov G L 28 2020 Moscow, Russia
84   Kristofers Bindulis D L 26 2020 Riga, Latvia
24   Alexander Blank F L 19 2020 Berlin, Germany
11   Constantin Braun D L 33 2020 Lampertheim, Germany
12   Laurin Braun (A) RW L 30 2019 Lampertheim, Germany
28   Christian Bull D L 25 2020 Oslo, Norway
14   Filips Buncis C L 24 2020 Jelgava, Latvia
39   Marvin Cupper G L 27 2020 Cologne, Germany
59   Maximilian Gläßl D L 24 2021 Marktredwitz, Germany
15   Martins Karsums RW R 35 2020 Riga, Latvia
9   Patrick Klöpper C L 27 2020 Duisburg, Germany
10   Philipp Kuhnekath F L 24 2016 Duisburg, Germany
6   Lucas Lessio LW L 28 2020 Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
83   Philipp Mass D L 21 2021 Heidelberg, Germany
17   Leon Niederberger RW L 25 2020 Düsseldorf, Germany
16   Brett Olson (A) C R 34 2020 Duluth, Minnesota, United States
13   Ivan Petrakov C L 27 2020 Kondopoga, Russia
29   Niklas Postel F L 23 2018 Schongau, Germany
30   Nikita Quapp G L 18 2020 Ravensburg, Germany
19   Mirko Sacher D R 29 2020 Freiburg, Germany
88   Martin Schymainski (C) RW L 35 2012 Duisburg, Germany
25   Nikita Shatsky RW L 26 2020 Podolsk, Russia
91   Daniil Valitov D R 21 2020 Perm, Russia
55   Justin Volek F R 19 2021 Ravensburg, Germany


Honored membersEdit

Notable alumniEdit

Notable coachesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Deutsche Eishockey Liga beendet Saison vorzeitig". del.org (in German). Retrieved 10 March 2020.
  2. ^ "Krefeld Pinguine Team roster" (in German). Krefeld Pinguine. 10 February 2021. Retrieved 10 February 2021.

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