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20:46 03.10.2012
Edmonton Oilers defenseman signed a contract with Vienna

UPC Vienna Capitals’ new arrival is the first locked-out NHLer from North America after Jan Mursak and Thomas Vanek boarded their transatlantic flights.
20:44 03.10.2012
Innsbruck add NHL star Andreas Nödl

In the next few weeks two of three Austrian NHL exports will play in the Erste Bank Eishockey Liga. 
20:43 03.10.2012
Znojmo boost their offensive

hicago Blackhawks´ forward Bryan Bickell joins the Czech side on a one-month contract with a possible extension. The 26-year old forward was part of the Blackhawks squad which won Stanley Cup in 2010.
20:49 03.10.2012
Inter-Austrian clash

UPC Vienna Capitals had not won in Klagenfurt for two years and fell behind on the first attack. No time to celebrate, though as Francois Fortier and Marcus Olsson replied to give Vienna the lead.
20:47 03.10.2012
The sensation is perfect!

Thomas Vanek goes back to his roots as the forward has signed a temporary contract until November 4, the break for the national team, with Moser Medical Graz99ers.
15:26 28.02.2012
Black Wings hit the home stretch

Only one win stands between EHC Liwest Black Wings Linz and the playoff semifinals. On Sunday the Upper Austrians took a 3:1 series lead with a narrow victory in Vienna.
15:22 28.02.2012
Fehervar vs. Olimpija: Winner gets the matchpuck

For the second time in the quarterfinal series Sapa Fehérvár AV19 lost its lead with a 6-4 loss to Olimpija in Ljubljana.
15:23 28.02.2012
Olimpija depleted

HDD TILIA Olimpija Ljubljana have about half a team unavailable: Scott Hotham, Jamie Fraser, Petr Sachl, Bostjan Groznik, Ziga Pance, Matej Hocevar, Anze Ropret (all injured), and Goalie Matija Pintaric (suspended) are all out.
07:01 15.02.2012
Dream debut from kac-coach Weber

Christian Weber called up a very young team for his debut in Linz, and also the leaders played with changed lines.
07:00 15.02.2012
Salzburg wins shootout after goal fest

he game in Salzburg started in a spectacular way with Ziga Pance opening the scoring after 89 seconds on rebound. Shortly afterwards Ramzi Abid tied the game with a shot into the right corner but Justin Taylor restored the visitors’ lead on the next attack.

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