Iserlohn Roosters (Eishockey) - Ergebnisse / hier findest Du alle Termine und Ergebnisse zu diesem Team. Iserlohn Roosters, Iserlohn, Germany. 35K likes. Die Iserlohn Roosters sind ein professioneller DEL-Eishockeyclub aus Iserlohn im Sauerland. Die Iserlohn Roosters haben Verteidiger Torsten Ankert unter Vertrag Die Iserlohn Roosters aus der PENNY DEL haben für die Saison /21 mit.
Contact Elite ProspectsDie Iserlohn Roosters haben Verteidiger Torsten Ankert unter Vertrag Die Iserlohn Roosters aus der PENNY DEL haben für die Saison /21 mit. Hier finden Sie Nachrichten, Informationen und Aktuelles zum Eishockey-Team der Iserlohn Roosters. Die Iserlohn Roosters, sind die in eine GmbH & Co. KG ausgegliederte Profimannschaft des Iserlohner EC, eines Eishockeyvereins aus Iserlohn, Nordrhein-Westfalen. Der Club wurde offiziell gegründet und im Jahre mit dem Aufstieg in die.
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Mark Ardelan D. Collin Danielsmeier D. Dortmund, GER. Alexander Dück D. Karaganda, KAZ. Stefan Langwieder D.
München, GER. Engelskirchen, GER. Chris Schmidt D. Paul Traynor D. Marty Wilford D. Christian Gose C. Bad Muskau, GER. Robert Hock C.
Sternberk, CZE. Christian Hommel LW. Hemer, GER. Sebastian Jones LW. Iserlohn, GER. Ryan Ready LW. Jimmy Roy RW.
Steven Rupprich LW. Ben Simon C. David Sulkovsky W. Freiburg, GER. Brad Tapper RW. Michael Wolf RW. Ehenbichl, AUT.
Bob Wren C. Yannick Proske F. Jungadler Mannheim U Daine Todd D. Torsten Ankert D. Krefeld Pinguine. Joe Whitney F. Philip Riefers D. Mike Hoeffel F.
Eispiraten Crimmitschau. Brent Aubin F. Grizzlys Wolfsburg. Did not make playoffs. Quarterfinal loss. Playoffs Qualifier loss.
Brooks Macek F. Alex Petan F. Alexander Blank F. Dusan Frosch F. Nick Petersen F. Chad Costello F. Brett Findlay F. Evan Trupp F.
Dylan Wruck F. Mats Trygg D. Michael Wolf F. Robert Hock F. Mike York F. Ryan Ready F. Jimmy Roy F. Louie Caporusso F.
Christian Hommel F. Tomas Martinec F. Dieter Orendorz D. Bob Wren F. Jon Matsumoto F. Rusty Fitzgerald F.
The teenagers in Deilinghofen were interested in this strange kind of sport and wanted to play it, too. They played on streets or frozen ponds, and were allowed to play in the arena in for the first time.
Recognizing the joy of the teenagers, the Canadians found some coaches, with Charles McCuaig later becoming a regular trainer.
After a long period of preparation, the first game against a Canadian youth team from Soest was on 8 March in front of people.
Deilinghofen played well, but lost 2—6. The equipment was borrowed from the soldiers. After that game, matches were more regular and attracted more fans, so a roof was built on the arena in On 28 February EC Deilinghofen was founded.
In a team from Deilinghofen started in a junior league and reached second place. A year later they took part in the German championship and finished fifth.
In the second season, —61, they came in first in North Rhine-Westphalia and were the second best team in the country.
As a result, they missed promotion, although they were eventually promoted. In the Canadian soldiers were sent home, and the incoming British soldiers were not interested in ice hockey.
The team had to search for a new home. Local politicians wanted to have an arena in Iserlohn. With the agreement of Iserlohn's town council, the Eissporthalle am Seilersee was built.
In the —77 season, Deilinghofen finished two places behind Kaufbeuren in the new Zweite Bundesliga. However, Kaufbeuren waived their right to promotion, and Deilinghofen received the chance to play in Germany's top hockey league for the first time.
In the club was renamed ECD Iserlohn because of its long history being based there. In the following season, the team was relegated for the first time in its history.
Two years later, it moved back up again. The following years were the most successful seasons in the club's history. Due to the added expenses created by the addition of these star players, the team president, Heinz Weifenbach , looked for financial help in Libya , where Muammar al-Gaddafi agreed to pay if the team advertised his " Green Book ".
However, due to negative attention, ECD scrapped that plan a few days later. The next season, ECD Sauerland was founded. They started playing in the Oberliga , although Weifenbach wanted to begin play in the Bundesliga.
The club had the same significant financial problems as its predecessors. The —92 season was a catastrophe, so the fans were afraid that the team would not receive a license to continue operating.
ECD eventually obtained a license, but went bankrupt a few days after the end of the —94 season. One day later, on 9 April , the ECD Sauerland Iserlohn Penguins were founded, but the peewee players didn't contract in, so the club's history was short-lived.
The new committee wanted to avoid financial difficulties. After one season, the team moved up to the second-tier league. The following two years were more difficult, but new players during this time helped revived the club.
In a new coach, Greg Poss , came to Iserlohn. After three successful years, the club moved up again after purchasing the operating license of Starbulls Rosenheim.
A GmbH , which serves to administer the finances and the business organisation, was created for the professional team.
All junior teams were still under the control of the IEC. The Roosters continually had the lowest budget of all DEL teams, and the media often referred to them as an underdog team.
In their first two seasons, the Roosters placed 15th and 12th. In the —03 season, the team again missed the playoffs by falling just two points short even though they beat the German champion of the year, the Krefeld Pinguine , 8—1 on the last day of the season.
Before the next season, Poss left the club and went on to coach the Nürnberg Ice Tigers. Iserlohn named Dave Whistle as new coach, but after only nine games, Doug Mason was his successor.
During the lockout season in —05 , Mike York and John-Michael Liles came to Iserlohn and helped the team reach 11th place despite still having the smallest budget in the league.
York signed with Iserlohn after his old college friend Bryan Adams , who was the captain of the Roosters, talked to him. Brian Gionta also signed, but left without having played due to his wife's pregnancy.
Twelve players left the club in the summer of , but the Roosters were able to make some great moves on the transfer market with the biggest signings being former DEL top scorer Brad Purdie and former NHL player Mark Greig for two years.
Nevertheless, they finished in just eleventh place despite having the best power play in the league. After defeating the DEG Metro Stars 5—1 in the opening game of the season in —07, the Roosters were in first place for one week for the first time in their history.
After again finishing another season in eleventh place, Ward then left Iserlohn during the summer of to be an assistant coach for the Boston Bruins of the NHL.
For the —08 season, Rick Adduono became the new coach of the Roosters. After the fifth game, they were in a playoff position and were able to hold on to it the rest of the season.
Improved offense was due to Robert Hock and Michael Wolf beginning to dominate the league as native players, breaking the historic dominance of North American players.
Wolf was the top goal scorer, and Hock became league top point scorer. The third man in their line was either Tyler Beechey , who was first signed on a try-out contract, or Brad Tapper.
However, in the quarterfinals they were defeated by the Frankfurt Lions in game 7. The team failed to continue the success they had the year before, and Stirling was fired in February after the team fell out of playoff position.
Over the summer many players voiced their critique of Stirling. Assistant coach Ulrich Liebsch became the new head coach, and many key players left the team.
Due to the global financial crisis at that time, the Roosters announced that they would look for young, talented players instead of focusing on veterans for the —10 season.
Updated 11 July Current as of the end of the —20 season. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The New York Times. Retrieved 26 August