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Women’s Ice Hockey Bundesliga 2016/17

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The 2016/17 season of the Austrian Women’s Ice Hockey Leagues was played in parallel to the Elite Women’ s Hockey League.

DEBL

Debl-logo.JPG Women’s Ice Hockey League
◄ previous Season 2016/17 next ►
Master: National Champion: EHV Sabres Vienna
Champion DEBL: Logo KMH Budapest.jpg KMH Budapest II
↑ EWHL | – DEBL | ↓ DEBL 2

Participating teams

Eight teams from three countries competed in the first division.[1] The Sabres II competed in the DEBL2. The defending champions of the Triglav/Olimpija team did not participate in the league. Individual players, however, were in action with the Southern Stars in the EWHL.[2] The WE-V Flayers were part of a consortium with the Highlanders as Junior Caps Flayers.

Dameneishockey-Bundesliga 2016/17 (EBEL)
Gipsy Girls Villach (46° 36′ 50,04″ N, 13° 49′ 53,04″O)
Gipsy Girls Villach
Devils Graz (47° 2′ 38,4″ N, 15° 27′ 18″O)
Devils Graz
Kitzbühel (47° 26′ 46,68″ N, 12° 23′ 41,64″O)
Kitzbühel
Kufstein (47° 34′ 59,88″ N, 12° 10′ 0,12″O)
Kufstein
Highlanders (47° 40′ 0,84″ N, 15° 34′ 30″O)
Highlanders
Junior Capitals (48° 14′ 44,88″ N, 16° 25′ 59,88″O)
Junior capitals
IceCats Linz (48° 18′ 47,16″ N, 14° 17′ 50,28″O)
IceCats Linz
Marilyn Budapest (47° 30′ 16,92″ N, 19° 5′ 40,2″O)
Marilyn Budapest
KMH Budapest II (47° 28′ 15,6″ N, 19° 3′ 25,2″O)
KMH Budapest II
KHL Grič Zagreb (45° 48′ 36,72″ N, 15° 58′ 40,8″O)
KHL Grič Zagreb
Map of all team locations of the season 2016/17 (Red pog.svg) or the game communities (Green pog.svg & Blue pog.svg)
Team Country Previous year’s
placement
Previous year’s league
Logo KMH Budapest.jpg KMH Budapest II HungaryUngarn 2 DEBL
Pool Kitzbühel/Kufstein AustriaÖsterreich 3 DEBL
Highlanders II/Junior Capitals Flyers syndicate AustriaÖsterreich 7 DEBL
Logo DEC Devils Graz.gif DEC Devils Graz AustriaÖsterreich 3 DEBL
Gipsy Girls Villach AustriaÖsterreich 3 DEBL
KHL Grič Zagreb CroatiaKroatien 4 DEBL
DHC IceCats Linz AustriaÖsterreich 4 DEBL
Logo UTE Eishockey.jpg UTE Marylin Budapest HungaryUngarn 6 DEBL

Mode

  • Basic round: A simple first and second round is played[3]
  • Final tournament: The best placed team of the basic round against the fourth, as well as second against third. The winning teams for 1st place, the losers for 2nd place. One game each.

Table

Status as of 22 March 2017

Place Association Games S S2 N1 N Gates Points
1. SPG Caps Flyers / Highlanders 13 12 0 0 1 61:31 36
2. KMH Budapest II 13 9 1 0 3 44:16 29
3. SPG Kitzbühel/Kufstein 14 9 1 0 4 49:24 29
4. DHC Ice Cats Linz 14 8 0 1 5 47:55 25
5. Marilyn Budapest 14 4 2 1 7 39:42 17
6. Gipsy Girls Villach 12 3 0 1 8 33:51 10
7. KHL Gric Zagreb 11 2 1 0 8 30:47 8
8. DEC Devils Graz 13 0 0 2 11 24:61 2

Final Tournament

The final tournament was held on 18 and 19 March 2017 at the Kapserbrücke sports park in Kitzbühel.

Semifinals

18. March 2017
4. 30 pm
AustriaÖsterreich SpG Jr. Capitals Flyers/Highlanders
Claudia Löffler (2)
Harriet Weegh
Hannah McGowan
4:3 n. V.
(2:2, 1:1, 0:0, 1:0)
Match report
AustriaÖsterreich IceCats Linz
Ivana Gajdosova (2)
Melanie Hager
Sportpark Kapserbrücke, Kitzbühel
Spectators: 55
18. March 2017
7.30 pm
HungaryUngarn KMH Budapest II
Alexandra Ronai (1:51)
Lilien Szelenyi (59:13)
2:0
(1:0, 0:0, 1:0)
Match report
AustriaÖsterreich SpG Kitzbühel/Kufstein
Sportpark Kapserbrücke, Kitzbühel
Spectators: 111

Match for 3rd place

19. March 2017
11.00 a.m
AustriaÖsterreich SpG Kitzbühel/Kufstein
Anna Atzl (14:01)
Heyne (18:49)
Isabella Hochfilzer (25:59)
Sharon Hausberger (33:06)
4:0
(2:0, 2:0, 0:0)
Match report
AustriaÖsterreich IceCats Linz
Sportpark Kapserbrücke, Kitzbühel
Spectators: 45

Finale

19. March 2017
14:00
AustriaÖsterreich SpG Jr. Capitals Flyers/Highlanders
Jennifer Gallo (49th)
1:4
(0:1, 0:1, 1:2)
Match report
HungaryUngarn KMH Budapest II
Alexandra Ronai (16th)
Dominika Horvath (37th)
Alexandra Ronai (43rd)
Lilien Szelenyi (59th)
Sportpark Kapserbrücke, Kitzbühel
Spectators: 25

The second team of KMH Budapest is thus champion of the DEBL 2016/17. The Spielvereinigung Jr. Capitals Flyers Vienna/Neuberg Highlanders II also qualified as the best Austrian DEBL team for the final tournament for the state championship.[4]

State Championship

The state championship of the 2016/17 season was decided in a tournament. The three Austrian teams of the Elite Women’s Hockey League 2016/17 were seeded as participants. Eligible to participate were thus the EHV Sabres Vienna, the DEC Salzburg Eagles and the Neuberg Highlanders. They were joined by the Spielvereinigung Junior Capitals Flyers / Highlanders II, the top-ranked team in the DEBL play-offs.[5]

The teams first played in a knockout system for a place in the final. The winners then competed in a match for the title of “Austrian Women’s Ice Hockey National Champion”. The other two teams also played for the bronze medal.

Semifinals

25. March 2017
2.30 pm
DEC Salzburg Eagles
Marlene Brunner (3)
Hillary Crowe (3)
Annika Fazokas (2)
Alessandra Lopez (2)
Sarah Campbell
Nina Brunner
Sophia Volgger
Zöhrer
Kainberger
15:2
(6:0, 4:1, 5:1)
Match report
SpG Jr. Capitals Flyers/Highlanders II
Hodonova
Löffler
Sportzentrum Kapfenberg, Kapfenberg
Spectators: 35
25. March 2017
5.15pm
EHV Sabres Vienna
Julia McKinnon (2:37)
Charlotte Wittich (23:23)
Julia McKinnon (25:56)
Monika Vlcek (32:24)
Theresa Schafzahl (40:42)
Julia McKinnon (58:59)[6]
6:1
(1:0, 3:0, 2:1)
Match report
Neuberg Highlanders
Hannah McGowan (46:21)
Sportzentrum Kapfenberg, Kapfenberg
Spectators: 55

Finale

26. March 2017
16.00
DEC Salzburg Eagles
0:2
(0:0, 0:1, 0:1)
Match report
EHV Sabres Vienna
Julia McKinnon (27:46)
Julia McKinnon (59:54)
Kapfenberg Sports Centre, Kapfenberg

Match for 3rd place: 13:15: KSV Neuberg Highlanders – SpG Jr. Capitals Flyers/Highlanders II 10:1

Austrian State Champion 2016/17: EHV SABRES Vienna

DEBL 2

DEBL2-logo.jpg Women’s Ice Hockey League
◄ previous Season 2016/17 next ►
Master: Champion DEBL 2: DEHC Red Angels Innsbruck
↑↑ EWHL | ↑ DEBL | – DEBL 2

Participating teams

There is only one small change in the participating teams compared to last year: Sabres Vienna will compete with the 2nd team.[7]

Dameneishockey-Bundesliga 2016/17 (Österreich)
Sabres II (48° 14′ 44,88″ N, 16° 25′ 59,88″O)
Sabres II
Ice Cats Linz II (48° 18′ 47,16″ N, 14° 17′ 50,28″O)
Ice Cats Linz II
Dragons Klagenfurt (46° 37′ 5,88″ N, 14° 18′ 19,08″O)
Dragons Klagenfurt
Salzburg Eagles II (47° 47′ 52,08″ N, 13° 3′ 34,2″O)
Salzburg Eagles II
Red Angels Innsbruck (47° 16′ 0,12″ N, 11° 24′ 0″O)
Red Angels Innsbruck
HDK Maribor (46° 33′ 18″ N, 15° 38′ 42″O)
HDK Maribor
Map of all team locations of the season 2016/17
Team Country Previous year’s ranking Previous year’s league
Logo HDK Maribor SloveniaSlowenien 1 DEBL 2
DEC Dragons Klagenfurt AustriaÖsterreich 2 DEBL 2
Logo DEHC Red Angels Innsbruck.jpgRed Angels Innsbruck AustriaÖsterreich 3 DEBL 2
EHV Sabres Vienna II AustriaÖsterreich 4 DEBL 2 (as Sabres III)
DHC IceCats Linz II AustriaÖsterreich 5 DEBL 2
DEC Salzburg Eagles II AustriaÖsterreich 6 DEBL 2

Mode[8]

  • Basic round: A simple first and second round is played.
  • Play Off: Will be played as a first and second leg. In case of a tie, the goal difference decides. If this is also equal, a 5-minute overtime (“Sudden Victory Overtime”) follows in which the team may only use three field players and a goalkeeper. If no goal is scored, the winner of the series will be determined in a penalty shootout according to IIHF rules.
    • In the championship series the best and second placed team from the basic round will play.
    • In the bronze medal series the third and fourth placed teams from the basic round will play.

Cross table

Status as of 22 March 2017

Association Logo Logo DEHC Red Angels Innsbruck.jpg
Logo HDK Maribor 2:9 1:12 0:1 4:1 6:0
DEC Dragons Klagenfurt 6:1 2:5 1:3 1:3 5:0 SV
Logo DEHC Red Angels Innsbruck.jpg Red Angels Innsbruck 5:0 SV 4:0 3:1 0:1 12:1
EHV Sabres Vienna II 4:0 3:2 OT 3:2 0:5 12:0
DHC IceCats Linz II 12:0 0:1 2:12 4:1 3:5
DEC Salzburg Eagles II 2:7 2:7 3:6 1:9 4:6
  • SV = Penalty Verified

Table

Status as of 22 March 2017

Place Association Games S S2 N1 N Gates Points
1. Logo DEHC Red Angels Innsbruck.jpg Red Angels Innsbruck 10 8 0 0 2 61:14 24
2. EHV Sabres Vienna II 10 6 1 0 3 37:18 20
3. DHC IceCats Linz II 10 6 0 0 4 37:28 18
4. DEC Dragons Klagenfurt 10 5 0 1 4 34:23 16
5. Logo HDK Maribor 10 3 0 0 7 21:52 9
6. DEC Salzburg Eagles II 10 1 0 0 9 18:73 3

Finale

(First and second legs):

  • DEHC Red Angels Innsbruck – EHV Sabres Wien II 5:1 (2:0, 0:1, 3:0), goals: Steiner 3, Kreutz, Hofbauer and Reiß respectively
  • EHV Sabres Vienna II – DEHC Red Angels Innsbruck 4:8 (1:3, 1:2, 2:3), goals: Schwarz 2, S. Woschitz, Heuberger and Steiner 5, Oberleitner 2, Kreutz respectively

Match for 3rd place

(First and second legs):

  • DEC Dragons Klagenfurt – DHC Icecats Linz II 2:1 (1:0, 0:0, 1:1), goals: Verdel, Baumann and Pfann respectively
  • DHC Icecats Linz II – DEC Dragons Klagenfurt 3:6 (2:0, 1:3, 0:3), Goals: Untersberger, Steinwendner, Ruezhofer resp. Sauerbier 3, Kremser, Verdel, Habich

Individual references

  1. http://www.eishockey.org/spielplan-debl/
  2. http://www.eishockey.at/de/ligen/elite-women-s-hockey-league/statistik-ewhl/punkteliste/
  3. http://www.eishockey.at/images/redaktion/PDF/OeEHV_Informationen/Durchfuehrungsbestimmungen/161012_Durchfuehrungsbest_DEBL_2016_182bf_x.pdf
  4. Budapest wins DEBL.In: eishockey.at. 18 March 2017, retrieved 5 May 2017.
  5. Christian Benedek:“It’s down to the wire” – Final tournament for the Austrian National Championship.In: ehv-sabres.at. 23 March 2017, retrieved 5 May 2017.
  6. Christian Benedek:Sabres move into the finals in commanding fashion.In: ehv-sabres.at. 25 March 2017, retrieved 5 May 2017.
  7. http://www.ehv-sabres.at/index.php/debl2/tabelle
  8. http://www.eishockey.at/images/redaktion/PDF/OeEHV_Informationen/Durchfuehrungsbestimmungen/161012_Durchfuehrungsbest_DEBL2_2016_7020c_x.pdf