Champions 2013

Country Champion Runner-up



Australia
League started in April

Austria
KAC Klagenfurt
Vienna Capitals
Belarus Neman Grodno
Gomel (Cup)
Metallurg Zhlobin
Metallurg Zhlobin
Belgium Leuven Chiefs
HYC Herentals (Cup)
Turnhout White Caps
Leuven Chiefs
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Vukovi Stari Grad Sarajevo
HK Ilidža 2010 (Cup)
HK Sarajevo
Vukovi Stari Grad
Bulgaria
CSKA Sofia
CSKA Sofia (Cup)
Dinamo Sofia
(Balkanskata Liga)
NSA Sofia
Slavia Sofia
Ice Devils Sofia
Canada Halifax Mooseheads (Memorial Cup)
Portland Winterhawks
Croatia Medvescak Zagreb 2
KHL Mladost Zagreb
Czech Republic
HC Plzen
PSG Zlin
Denmark SønderjyskE
SønderjyskE (Cup)

Frederikshavn White Hawks
Frederikshavn White Hawks
Estonia Vikiing Sport Tallinn
Kalev Valk Tartu
Finland
Assat Pori
Tappara Tampere
France Rouen Dragons
Briançon (Cup)
Rouen Dragons (League Cup)
Angers Les Ducs
Angers Les Ducs
Angers Les Ducs
Macedonia No domestic league this season
Georgia Ice Knights Tbilisi
Mimino Bakuriani
Germany Eisbaren Berlin
Kölner Haie
Great Britain
Nottingham Panthers
Nottingham Panthers (Challenge Cup)
Manchester Phoenix (EPL)
Belfast Giants
Sheffield Steeelers
Guildford Flames
Greece No playoffs after 1st phase for organizational problems: Iptamenoi Athens and Paok Thessaloniki are the winners of South and North groups.  The Hellenic Ice Sports Federation decided that the Champion of Greece for 2013 will be Iptameni Athens, since PAOK did not come to Athens due to economic problems.
Hong Kong
South China Sharks
Kowloon Warriors
Hungary Dunaujvarosi Acelbikak
SAPA Fehervar (Cup)

Miskolci JJSE
Iceland SA Jotnar Akureyri
Bjornin
India ??

Ireland No domestic league this season
Israel Rishon Ice Devils
Maalot
Italy Asiago Hockey
ValPellice Bulldogs (Cup)
ValPellice Bulldogs
Alleghe
Japan Oji Eagles
Nippon Paper Cranes
Kazakhstan Ertis Pavlodar
Arlan Kokshetau (Cup)
Beybarys Atyrau
Beybarys Atyrau
Korea ??

Kuwait

Kyrgyzstan Ala-Too Dordoi Naryn
Khan Tengri Bishkek
Latvia SMS Credit Riga
HK Juniors Riga
Lithuania Energija Elektrenai
Delovaja Rus Kaliningrad
Luxembourg Tornado Luxembourg
Puckers Luxembourg
Macau No domestic league this season (see CIHL for champion)
Malaysia

Mexico league underway

Moldova No domestic league this season
Mongolia No domestic league this season
Netherlands
HYS The Hague
Tilburg Trappers (Cup)
Tilburg Trappers
Eindhoven Kemphanen
New Zealand
Season started in June

Norway
Stavanger Oilers
Valerenga Oslo
Poland
Cracovia Krakow
JKH GKS Jastrzębie (Cup)
JKH GKS Jastrzębie
KH Sanok
Romania
HSC Csikszereda (SC Miercurea Ciuc)
Corona Brasov (Cup)
Corona Brasov
HSC Csikszereda
Russia
Dynamo Moscow
Toros Neftekamsk (VHL)
Traktor Chelyabinsk
Sary-Arka Karaganda (KAZ)
Serbia
Partizan Beograd
Vitez Beograd
Singapore


Slovakia
HKm Zvolen
HC Kosice
Slovenia
HDD Olimpija Ljubljana
HK Slavija Ljubljana
South Africa
Cape Town Penguins
Pretoria Warriors
Spain
Bipolo Vitoria/Gasteiz
CH Jaca (Cup)
CG Puigcerda
Bipolo Vitoria/Gasteiz
Sweden
Skellefteå Luleå
Switzerland
SC Bern
Fribourg Gotteron
Thailand


Turkey
Baskent Yildizlari SK
Izmir BB
Ukraine
Donbas Donets'k-2
Companion Kyiv
UAE


USA




Multi-National Leagues
Countries/Name
Champion Runner-up
Continental Cup
Donbas Donets'k (UKR)
Metalurg Zhlobin (BLR)
MOL Liga
Dab.Docler Dunaújváros HSC Csikszereda (SC Miercurea Ciuc)
MHL
Omsk Hawks
MHC Spartak Moscow
MHL B
Junior Kurgan
Batyr Neftekamsk
Asia League
Tohoku Free Blades (JPN)
Oji Eagles

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Leagues

Czech Rep.:  Tipsport extraliga | 1.liga | 2.liga

Finland:  Liiga | Mestis

Germany:  DEL | DEL2

Russia:  KHL | Vysshaya liga

Slovakia:  Tipsport Extraliga | 1.liga

Sweden:  SHL | Allsvenskan

Switzerland:  NLA | NLB

Other:  NHL | AHL | EBEL | Elite A (ITA) | Magnus (FRA) | GET (NOR) | HL (DEN) | Belarus

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Game fixtures
 
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