Synonyms for ehc_lustenau or Related words with ehc_lustenau

wiener_ev              veu_feldkirch              atse_graz              villacher_sv              innsbrucker_ev              ec_dornbirn              ec_kac              ec_vsv              veu_feldkirch_ec_kac              wat_stadlau              augsburger_ev              tus_geretsried              veu_feldkirch_veu_feldkirch              ev_rosenheim              erc_sonthofen              ev_füssen              klagenfurter_ac              ehc_linz              ehc_freiburg              sb_rosenheim              mannheimer_erc              hk_jesenice              kölner_ec              ec_bad_tölz              ec_kac_ec_kac              ehc_waldkraiburg              ec_kac_veu_feldkirch              ecdc_memmingen              ebhl              schwenninger_erc              sc_esv_parndorf              kapfenberg              kremser_sc              sc_riessersee              esv_kaufbeuren              kapfenberger_sv              linzer_ask              vfl_bad_nauheim              simmeringer_sc              ev_landshut              hk_olimpija_ljubljana              tsv_erding              askö              öel              gbun_ev              ec_villacher_sv              erv_schweinfurt              tölzer_löwen              schwarz_weiß_bregenz              ev_landsberg             

Examples of "ehc_lustenau"
The club was founded as EHC Lustenau in 1970. In 2000, the club was renamed Gunz EHC Lustenau. They took on their present name, EHC Oberschieder Lustenau in 2005.
Dustin Wood (born May 21, 1981, in Scarborough, Ontario) is a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman, currently playing for EHC Lustenau in the Austrian National League (ANL).
Tommi Leinonen (born May 14, 1987) is a Finnish professional ice hockey player who currently plays for EHC Lustenau of the second-tier Austrian National League.
Patrick Machreich (born 29 September 1980 in Zell am See) is an Austrian ice hockey goaltender currently playing for EHC Lustenau in the Inter-National League (INL).
The 2008-09 Austrian National League season was contested by eight teams, and saw EHC Lustenau win the championship. All eight teams that participated in the regular season qualified for the playoffs.
Eishockey Club Lustenau, commonly referred to as EHC Lustenau or simply Lustenau, is an ice hockey team in Lustenau, Austria. They play in the Inter-National League, the second level of ice hockey in Austria and Slovenia.
Following a short stint as assistant coach at ERC Ingolstadt, he left Germany for Austria, serving as head coach of VEU Feldkirch, guiding the team to winning the championship in Austria's second division Nationalliga, EHC Lustenau, Graz 99ers and EK Zell am See.
In 1980, Hill moved to the European leagues, with spells in Germany for EV Füssen and Austria for VEU Feldkirch and EHC Lustenau. Hill later obtained Austrian citizenship and represented them in the World Championship "B" Pool in 1986 and 1987.
Groulx was drafted 172nd overall by the Nordiques in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft and played one game for them during the 1984-85 NHL season. He also played in the International Hockey League for the Muskegon Lumberjacks and in the American Hockey League for the Fredericton Express and Baltimore Skipjacks. Groulx played in Finland's SM-liiga for KalPa before spending six seasons in Austria, with EHC Lustenau and five seasons with EC Graz. He represented Austria in the 1992 World Hockey Championship.
Lustenau has a long and successful history in sports. The town's two football teams, SC Austria Lustenau and FC Lustenau, play in major Austrian football leagues. The well-known and successful skier, Marc Girardelli, was born in Lustenau, and the Lustenau ice-hockey team, EHC Lustenau, is part of the Austrian National League. The town used to be a major centre of the embroidery industry in the past and is now a centre for the new technologies industry.
He returned to Austria in 2003, signing for the Graz 99ers where he spent two seasons. After one season with VSV EC, he signed for EHC Black Wings Linz in 2006. After two seasons with Linz, Macherich opted to return to the Nationalliga with EHC Lustenau. Machreich made a return to the top level EBEL, in signing and playing for three seasons with HC TWK Innsbruck.
Since 1995, Verner has played in European leagues, beginning with a spell in Austria for EHC Lustenau, followed by a season in Finland's SM-liiga with HPK where he served as the team's starting goalie. He then spent two seasons in Sweden playing in the Elitserien with Malmö IF. He moved to the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in Germany, spending two seasons with the Kölner Haie and two seasons with the Hannover Scorpions. He returned to Austria to play for EC KAC in 2003 and stayed with the team until 2008 where he joined the Newcastle Vipers in the United Kingdom.
With the conclusion of the 2011–12 season, seven of the twelve teams left the league. Two teams, Dornbirner and TWK Innsbruck were invited to join the Austrian Hockey League The farm teams of the Vienna Capitals, EC KAC and the EHC Black Wings Linz all withdrew to join a junior Austrian Hockey League. This proved to be the end of the National League. Four of the remaining teams - EK Zell am See, EHC Bregenzerwald, VEU Feldkirch and EHC Lustenau - all subsequently joined the Inter-National League.
In 1999 Jochen Pildner-Steinburg founded the Graz 99ers as the successor club of the EC Graz to offer Hockey League back in the Styrian capital. The team premiered in the second division, the Austrian National League, finishing after 28 rounds played, in first place in the table. In the semifinals, the team continued after opening game defeat to persevere to a 3: 1 series win against the EHC Lustenau to met EK Zell am See in the final. The series was decided in four games with Graz taking advantage of the opportunity for promotion to the Austrian Hockey League.
Jesenice finished the 2015–16 INL regular season in third place, 19 points behind the first placed VEU Feldkirch. The team advanced to the playoffs where they were drawn against the second placed EHC Lustenau in the semifinals. Lustenau went on to defeat Jesenice in three games. In the 2015–16 Slovenian Championship season Jesenice finished first in the standings with nine wins from ten games. In the playoffs Jesenice advanced to the finals after defeating Maribor in the quarterfinals and Celje in the semifinals. Jesenice went on to lose the final to Olimpija after five games. In June 2016 the Inter-National League was merged with the Italian Serie A to form the Alps Hockey League (AHL). HDD Jesenice applied as the only Slovenian member and was accepted into the 16 team league.