Spengler Cup
Spengler Cup
December 26-31, 2004
   

NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM FINISH IN THIRD PLACE AT THE SPENGLER CUP

DAVOS, SWITZERLAND - Canada's National Men’s Team finished the Spengler Cup with a 3-2 win on Thursday over IHF Helsinki to finish with a 3-1 record, giving the team a third place finish.» more |summary

 

CANADA FALLS 4-2 TO CZECHS

Canada lost 4-2 to Sparta Prag (Czech Republic) and now faces the prospect of missing the final for the first time since 1999.  Canada must win their final game of the round robin against IFK Helsinki (Finland) and hope that Sparta can defeat the host club Davos (Switzerland). » more

 

SPENGLER CUP TRADITION

It was a perfect picture.  The heart of the Swiss Alps, with light flakes of snow drifting down onto an outdoor hockey rink.» more

 

CANADA 3 SWITZERLAND 2
(shootout)

FROM THE POINT
by: Paul Romanuk
special to:www.hockeycanada.ca

What a game.  Canada battled back from a 2-0 deficit, tied it at 2-2, played through five minutes of sudden death overtime – and then went through 8 shots in a shoot out before finally defeating Davos 3-2.» more

 

CANADA WINS SPENGLER CUP OPENER

Marc Habscheid, the head coach of Canada’s team at the 2004 Spengler Cup, had a big decision to make as he was putting his team together.  Would he dip into a very tempting pool of out of work National Hockey League players and put together a Spengler “superstar” team.  Or, would he go back to the well that has quenched a championship thirst effectively over the last few years? » more

 

CAN 5 RUS 2

 


CANADA THE UNDERDOG AT SPENGLER CUP

Canada may be the two-time defending champion but it enters this year's Spengler Cup men's hockey tournament as the definite underdog.» more

 


SPENGLER CUP PREVIEW

Marc Habscheid, the head coach of Canada’s team at the 2004 Spengler Cup, had a big decision to make as he was putting his team together.  Would he dip into a very tempting pool of out of work National Hockey League players and put together a Spengler “superstar” team.» more

 

MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM NAMES ROSTER FOR 2004 SPENGLER CUP

CALGARY, AB – Hockey Canada announced Wednesday Team Canada’s rosters for 2004 Spengler Cup being held in Davos, Switzerland from Dec.26-31

Canada is the two time defending champions for the Spengler Cup, which is held annually in Davos, Switzerland and is the oldest continual club tournament in the world. This year’s tournament takes place from December 26-31, 2004 at the Davos Arena.

Last year, in the 2003 Spengler Cup final, Canada defeated the host team, HC Davos, 7-4. Canada finished last year’s tournament with a 4-1 record. Overall, Canada has captured ten Spengler Cup Championships in the event’s 77-year existence, including a four-year run from 1995-1998, and two consecutively 2003-2004.» more

WATCH THE 2004 SPENGLER CUP ON ROGERS SPORTSNET

- all events subject to change -

Television Schedule
ET (eastern)
MT (mountain)
PT (pacific)
Sunday, Dec 26- CAN vs RUS
14:00h 13:30h * 11:00h
Monday, Dec 27- CAN vs SUI
14:00h 12:00h 11:00h
Wednesday, Dec 29- CAN vs CZE
15:00h * 13:00h * 12:00h *
Thursday, Dec 30- CAN vs FIN
13:00h * 12:00h * 16:00h *
Friday, Dec 31Spengler Cup Final
13:00h * 13:00h * 13:00h *
* - tape delayed
For more information:
Brad Pascall Vice-President, Hockey Operations