Die Eishockey quadnet.nuliga Tabelle Deutschland der Saison /19 - Eishockey live Statistiken Wettpoint. Alle Sportergebnisse · Fußball-Ergebnisse · Handball-Ergebnisse · Basketball- Ergebnisse · Eishockey-Ergebnisse · Ergebnisse weiterer Sportarten. Rekordmeister, Bietigheim Steelers (2). TV-Partner, Sprade TV. Website, www. delorg. ↑ DEL. ↓ Eishockey-Oberliga. Die DEL2 ist die zweithöchste Liga im deutschen Eishockey nach der Deutschen Eishockey.
Die meisten Mannschaften der 2. Bundesliga sind seitdem, wie in der DEL, durch Kapitalgesellschaften organisiert.
Die Lizenz bleibt jedoch beim jeweiligen Stammverein. Trotz der Finanzprüfung kam es aber immer wieder zu Insolvenzen, zuletzt bei den Eisbären Regensburg und den Moskitos Essen und bei den Tölzer Löwen.
Die letzten drei Mannschaften spielten in Play-Downs den Direktabsteiger aus. Hier gab es eine Doppelrunde, die wieder bei null Punkten begann.
Nun werden die ersten acht Mannschaften direkt in die Playoffs einsteigen und die Plätze 9 bis 13 spielen in den Play-Downs den Absteiger aus.
Der Vertrag wurde aber bereits nach einer Saison wieder beendet. Eishockey Bundesliga im bundesweiten Free-TV zu sehen.
Eishockey Bundesligasaison startete erneut mit 8 Mannschaften. Eishockey Bundesligasaison brachte auch die vierte Modusänderung.
Bad Tölz 4 Kassel 3. Frankfurt 3 Dresden 1. Bietigheim 6 Crimmitschau 3. Bad Nauheim 2 Freiburg 5. Weisswasser 1 Bayreuth 2.
Kassel 0 Bietigheim 0. Crimmitschau 0 Deggendorf 0. Heilbronn 0 Frankfurt 0. Freiburg 0 Kaufbeuren 0. Bayreuth 0 Ravensburg 0. Dresden 0 Weisswasser 0.
Bad Nauheim 0 Bad Tölz 0. Weisswasser 0 Bad Nauheim 0. The team managed to reach the final where they defeated the Mannheimer ERC and took home their first ever-championship.
Of the new teams, ERC Freiburg, like two years before, could not keep up and was relegated while local rivals Schwenninger ERC came close to qualifying for the play-offs.
The league shrunk in size in —83, now having only ten teams again. A double round of home-and-away games, 36 each, was followed by the play-offs contested by the top eight.
The EV Landshut was the surprise champions, the second title for the club after On both occasions, it was due to its coach, the Czech Karel Gut.
Landshut's championship team was low-cost, with the lowest budged in years for a championship winning side, achieved through the fact that 20 of its players were local boys who had been born in Landshut.
Apart from them, only Erich Kühnhackl and the two Canadian Laycock brothers were not born in Landshut.
Only one club was relegated that season, the EV Füssen, the second-last of the leagues founding members that played in it uninterruptedly since day one.
Füssen became insolvent at the end of the season, restarted in the 2nd Bundesliga but never returned to the top flight again.
In the —84 season, the league once more made a slight modus change, introducing a round of two groups of four between the regular season and the play-offs and skipping the quarter finals instead.
The final was won by the Kölner EC, defeating champions Landshut in five games. In —85 the league returned to the old system of a regular season of 36 games followed by the play-off quarter finals.
The EHC Essen-West was admitted to the league to replace the ERC Freiburg, but had to little time to prepare and was heavily outclassed, finishing the season in last place, with only eight points.
The club was relegated and made room for the SV Bayreuth. From onwards, the second golden era of the Kölner EC began, winning three titles in a row.
In —86, the final was contested against the arch rival Düsseldorfer EG, who had just overcome a couple of lean seasons in regards to success and money.
In the relegation zone, Bayreuth was another uncompetitive newcomer that found itself promptly relegated and replaced by Eintracht Frankfurt's ice hockey department, which returned to the Bundesliga after a long absence.
After struggling against relegation for four consecutive seasons, the SC Riessersee, last of the original eight from to never have dropped out of the league, finally fell.
The club would not return to the Bundesliga again but at least made a brief top-level comeback in the DEL some years later. The Kölner EC again took out the championship and again needed only three games in the finals to do so, this time against Mannheim.
The club was not competitive in the league but survived nevertheless because ECD Iserlohn folded midway.
Iserlohn, formerly the EC Deilinghofen, was already under threat of folding before the season started but was allowed to participate anyway and made a desperate rescue attempt when chairman Heinz Weifenbach negotiated an advertising contract in which his club would advertise Muammar Gaddafi 's Green Book on its shirts.
After only one game, this was outlawed by the DEB and Iserlohn folded after the next. The Iserlohn affair also brought to the surface the tension between the clubs and the DEB , with some demanding an independent league, which would eventually materialise in The —89 season was somewhat a transition, between the dominance of the Kölner EC's three consecutive titles and the Düsseldorfer EG's consecutive four that were to follow.
In between, in that season, SB Rosenheim won its third and last national championship, after defeating the up-and-coming DEG in four matches in the finals.
The most successful era of the Düsseldorfer EG began with the —90 season, with the club winning the regular season and then overcoming champions SB Rosenheim in five games in the finals.
The two clubs that had to enter the relegation round with the best eight from the 2nd Bundesliga, EV Landshut and EHC Freiburg, both survived and consequently were able to play in the league for another season.
The greatest change the league experienced however was a political one, the German reunion. Two clubs from the former East Germany would join the league in the following season.
Both clubs struggled in the new competition and found themselves in eleventh and twelfth place in the expanded league.
A play-down format between the bottom four clubs was than used to determine the relegated teams, with the two East German sides competing against each other.
In the top eight, the DEG reached the final again, this time against Cologne, which it defeated in five games. Krefeld qualified for the play-offs which saw Düsseldorf defeat Rosenheim in three games.
With the third game, Rosenheim's Bundesliga era temporarily ended, the club withdrawing for financial reasons to the 2nd Bundesliga.
An East German presence in the league was maintained with Dynamo Berlin having made an instant return to the league, followed by EC Ratingen , in the Bundesliga for the first time.
While Ratingen qualified for the play-offs, Dynamo came last but saved itself in the play-downs. Freiburg won but was refused a license, which was instead awarded to Schwenninger ERC.
The play-offs saw Düsseldorfer EG and Kölner EC competing in the final once more, which was decided in a game five overtime win for Düsseldorf.
The —94 season was to become the 36th and last of the Bundesliga, the DEL being formed shortly afterwards. The SB Rosenheim had returned to the league for its final season, which saw the Düsseldorfer EG reach the final for a sixth consecutive time.
The other team, EC Hedos München, played in the final for the first time but disposed of the DEG in three games to win the championship and take the title to Munich for the first time since Augsburger EV would have been directly promoted, after a long absence.
The 2nd Bundesliga, like the Bundesliga, was disbanded. It was decided that this could only be addressed by forming a league like the National Hockey League where clubs were safe from relegation and therefore financially more stable.
In the —99 season, a national league was reintroduced by the DEB which carried the name Bundesliga for a season. The league champions, championship winning coaches and top scorers from the establishment of the league in to its disbanding in This is a complete list of clubs in the Bundesliga, sorted by the last season a club played in the league.
Of these clubs the EV Landshut has played the longest in the league, having entered the Bundesliga in —64 and never been relegated again, competing in 31 of 36 possible seasons: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.