Team

Goaltending coach: Brian Daccord

DOB:18.8.1964
Place of Birth:Cartierville, Québec (Canada)

Career Highlights as Player:
Played six years with HC Ambri-Piiotta (1986-92) and one season for Fribourg-Gotteron (1992/93) in Switzerland

Career Highlights as Trainer:
Goalie Trainer for the Boston Bruins (NHL) from 2000-2002…Three times in a row one the Championship as Head Coach in New England Junior League…since 2010 Goalie Trainer by the Adler


Assistant Coach: Steve Walker

DOB: 12.01.1972
Place of Birth: Collingwood, Ontario

01 Carrier Highlights as Player
1997 IHL Champion with the DEtroit Vipers...German Champion with the Eisaeren Berlin 2005,2006,2008, 2009, and 2010...Spengler Cup Participant with Berlin 2005 and 2006...593 DEL games, 592 points earned (213 goals and 379 assists)...in 47 DEL games scored 22 goals and 24 assists vs. the Adler making him the most successful point scorer vs the Adler

Carrier Highlights as Trainer
2012-2015 Trainer with the Canadian Junior Team Stayner Siskins


Assistant Coach: Colin Muller

DOB: 01.12.1963

Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario (Canada)

Nationality: Canadian

Career Highlights as Player:
Advanced with the EV Zug into the Swiss A league in 1986 and played until 1999, playing 521 First league games for EV Zug (166 goals and 155 Assists)...Swiss Champion with EV Zug in 1998


Career Highlights as Trainer:
Began his Trainer Career in 2000 with time with SC Rapperswil-Jona and HC Fribourg-Gotteron in the Swiss National A League...2003-2010 Assistant from Sean Simpson in Zug and Zurich...between 2010-2016 assistant from Sean Simpson in Yaroslav and Kloten


Headcoach: Sean Simpson

DOB: 04.05.1960
Place of Birth: Essex GB
Nationality: Canadian / English

Career highlights as Player:
1978/79 and 1979/80 recognized as the most sportsmanlike player in the Canadian Junior League OHL...1982 AHL Champion with the New Brunswick Hawks...played from 1983-1992 in the Netherlands, Italy, and in Switzerland...1989 Netherlands Champion with Rotterdam

Career Highlights as Trainer:
1992-1997 Assistant Coach in the Switzerland A league with EV Zug in his first season as head coach in Zug he was Swiss Champion...transferred in 1999 to Munich and was Champion with the Munich Barons lost the Championship in 2001 to the Adler...2002 moved with the Barons to Hamburg and transferred in 2003 back to Zug where he remained for another five years as head coach...won the Spengler-Cup in 2007 with Team Canada...won the Champions League in 2009 with the ZSC Lions and the next seasons his ZSC Lions beat the Chicago Blackhawks to win the Victoria Cup...Coached the Swiss National Team between 2009-2014...Transferred 2014 to the KHL to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl but was fired after only nine games...from mid December 2014-May 2016 Head Coach of the Kloten Flyers in Switzerland


Goalie: Florian Proske #1

DOB: 22.06.1996
Place of Birth: Bad Muskau
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 183 cm / 75 kg
Glove Hand: Left
Contract Thru: 2017

Greatest Accomplishments:
German School League Champion 2011 and 2012 and German Junior League Champion 2012, 2013 and 2014 With the Young Adler.... German Second League Champion with the Kassel Huskies 2016

Career Highlights:
Fought his way to the Number One Goalie slot with the MERC in the German School League in 2011/12 and was German Champion that season ... Participant in the U18 World Cup in 2013 and 2014 and with the U20 in 2015 ... Number One Goalie for the Young Adler in the German Junior League in the season 2013/14 ... Number One Goalie for the German National team in the U18 World Cup 2014...First Professional Game on 26.09.2014 in a 1:5 loss of the Heilbronn Falcon in Dresden (Substitued in 28:18 Minute, 2 Goals against) ... Fought his way to the Number One Goalie Position in Season 2014/15 with the Heilbronn Falcon... First Shut-Out as a Professional on 6.4.2015 in a 4:0 Home Game Victory the Falcon over ESV Kaufbeuren in Game Three of the relegation round


Defender: Aaron Johnson #5

DOB: 30.04.1983
Place of Birth: Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia Canada
Nationality: Canadian
Height / Weight: 185 cm /93 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract Thru: 2017

Greatest Accomplishments:
Canadian Junior Champion with the Rimouski Oceanic in 2000...Spengler-Cup Winner with Team Canada 2015


Career Highlights:
Number 85 in the NHL Entry Draft 2001 with the Columbus Blue Jackets...2001/02 Strongest Offensive Defender in his team...2002/03 third strongest Offensive Defender in the Canadian Junior League QMJHL...First NHL Game on 2.12.2003 with the Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Anaheim Ducks...2003/04 two time goal scorer in the AHL All-Star Game...earned a place in the team of the Columbus Blue Jackets 2006/07...played a total of 291 NHL games for different teams...2013-2016 team captain in the AHL


Defender: Kevin Maginot #6

DOB: 25.07.1994
Place of Birth: Mannheim
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 190 cm / 92 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract Thru: 2018

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Second League Champion with the Kassel Huskies in 2016...German Junior League Champion with the Young Adler 2013 and 2014

Career Highlights:
First Complete Professional Season 2014/2015 with the Heilbronn Falken of the German Second League...First Second League Game on 12.9.2014 in a 2:5 Home loss of Heilbronn to Ravensburg...First Professional Goal 19.9.1014 in a 5:6 O.T. Home Game loss of Heilbronn to Frankfurt (Goal to 2:2, 11:56, Assists: Dustin Cameron and Lennart Palausch, Opposing Goalie: Bryan Hogan)...First DEL Game on 20.10.2015 in a 3:1 Home Game victory of he Adler vs. Ingolstadt


Defender: Sinan Akdag #7

DOB: 05.11.1989
Place of Birth: Rosenheim (Germany)
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 190 cm/95 kg
Glove Hand: left
Contract Thru: 2021

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
DEL Semifinals in 2011 and 2013 with the Krefeld Pinguin…German Junior League Reserve Champion with the Starbulls Rosenheim 2006

Career Highlights:
Professional debut as a 16 year old in the 2006/06 season for the Starbulls Rosenheim in the German Oberleague South…Participant in the U18 World Cup 2007 and the U20 World Cup 2009…One of the top three German Players in the U20 World Cup 2009…First DEL game on 7.9.2007 by a 4:0 Home Game win of the Krefeld Pinguine over Wolfsburg…First DEL goal on 28.9.2008 in a 3:1 Home game victory of the Krefeld Pinguine over Ingolstadt (Goal to 3:0 in the 30:01 minute, Assist: Benedikt Schopper , Opposing Goalie Jimmy Waite)…First international game for Team Germany 14.12.2011 in a 4:3 victory of the DEB over Russia…Between 2007 and 2014 played 370 DEL games for the Krefeld Pinguin (13 goals, and 63 assists)…best Offensive season to date, season 2013/14 with 5 goals and 11 assists…World Cup participant 2012 and 2014


Forward: Raedeke, Brent #9

DOB: 29.05.1990
Place of Birth: Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada)
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 183 cm / 90 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract Thru: 2017

Greatest Accomplishments:
2010 Finalist in the Memorial Cup with the Brandon Wheat Kings (Canadian Junior League)

Career highlights:
2008/09 third best scorer with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the Canadian Junior League (WHL)...first professional game 3.4.2009 in a 3:6 loss of the Grand Rapids Griffins to the Hamilton Bulldogs...first professional goal 24.10.2010, in a 6:3 victory of the Grand Rapids Griffins over the Toronto Marlies (Goal to 3:0, 11:30, Assists: Cory Emmerton and Derek Meech, Opposing Goalie: Jussi Rynnas)... Team Captain the Griffins was jamie Tardif...2010 Division winner with the WHL team the Brandon Wheat Kings and Finalst in the Memorial Cup of the Canadian Junior League...first DEL game 13.9.2013, in a 6:0 home game victory of Iselohn over Augsburg...first DEL goal in a 5:7 away loss in Berlin (goal to 2:2, 7:21, Assists: Kusan Frosch and Alexander Foster, Opposing Goalie: Rob Zepp)...2013/14 fourth best scorrer and best goal scorer the Iserlohn Roosters...tallied in each of three regular season games 2013/14 three scorer points...DEL finalist with Iserlohn in 2014 and 2015...World Cup participant in 2014 and 2015 with Germany...between 2013 and 2015 in 118 games for Iserlohn tallied 83 scorer points...first DEL game for the Adler 11.9.2015 in a 1:0 home victory over the Schwenninger Wild Wings...first DEL goal for the Adler in a 2:4 away loss in Straubing (goal to 2:3, 37:18, Assists: Steve Wagner and Sinan Akdag, Opposing Goalie: Matthew Climie)...Spengler-Cup participant with the Adler 2015


Forward: Andrew Jourdey #11

DOB: 15.07.1984
Place of Birth: Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada)
Nationality: Canada
Height / Weight: 178 cm/86 kg
Shoots: left
Contract Thru: 2017

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
AHL Champion 2009 and 2010…NCAA Champion 2006

Career Highlights:
Between 2003 and 2007 played 160 games in the University League NCAA for the University of Wisconsin and won the Championship with them in 2006 as the teams Assistant Captain…Team Captain in 2006/2007 for the University of Wisconsin and 2010/2011 in the AHL for the Hershey Bears…Top Scorer 2006/2007 for his team in Wisconsin…Scored in his first game as a professional on 4.4.2007 for the Hershey Bears in Binghamton…between 2007-2014 in 564 AHL games, he scored 81 goals and 117 assists for the Hershey Bears and the Springfield Falcons…2007 AHL Finalist with the Hershey Bears…Best Plus-Minus Statistic of all players in the AHL Regular Season 2009/10 with +33…First and only NHL game on 1.2.2012 by a 2:3 loss of the Columbus Blue Jackets to the Los Angeles Kings…Made the AHL Playoffs in 2013 and 2014 with Springfield, after they failed to reach the Playoffs in the previous nine years…Was voted by his AHL Teams the Hershey Bears (2010/11) and the Springfield Falcons (2013/14) to “Man of the Year” for his work for good causes while off the ice


Forward: Garrett Festerling #14

DOB: 3.3.1986
Place of Birth: Quensnel, British Columbia Canada
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 178 cm / 78 kg
Shoots: Right
Contract Thru: 2019

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion 2010 with the Hannover Scorpions

Career Highlights:
2007/08 First season in Germany, 21 years old Topscorrer the Oberliga Sued (before Thomas Greilinger and T.J. Mulock) with the EV Fuessen...First DEL Game, 5.9.2008 in a 2:5 loss of the Hannover Scorpions in Iserlohn...First DEL goal, 5.10.2008 in a 2:3 loss sthe Scorpions vs. Nuernberg (Goal to 1:1, 24:00, Assists: Martin Hinka and Marian Dejdar, Opposing Goalie Frederick Cassivi)...In his second season in the DEL celebraed the German Championship of the Hannover Scorpions along with teammates Niki Goc, David Wolf, and Youri Ziffzer...tallied at least 30 scorer points per season between 2011 and 2015...2012/13 second best scorer in the team the hamburg Freezers (14 Goals and 22 Assists in 52 games)tied with David Wolf...tallied on 12.1.2014 against the Adler three assists in a 4:2 victory for the Freezers...2015/16 only played 30 games due to injury...in 31 games vs the Adler has scored 7 goals and 10 assists


Forward: Marcus Kink #17

DOB: 13.01.1985
Place of Birth: Duesseldorf
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 185 cm /94 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract thru: 2021

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
German Champion and German Tournament winner with the Adler 2007… Second place in the DEL and German Tournament winner with Cologne 2004…World Cup quarterfinals Team Germany 2011

Career Highlights:
2001/02 Top Scorer in the DNL (German Junior league)…first DEL game 6.9.2002 for Cologne in 2:1 win over Ingolstadt...first DEL goal 17.9.2002 in 3:4 loss in penalties to Hannover (goal to 3:2 lead, assists: Sundblad, Hock opposing goalie Andrew Verner…Game misconduct penalty in fourth quarter final game Cologne vs Frankfurt 2004, leading to a suspension that made him unable to play in the first six games for the Adler in 2004/05…first game for the Adler 5.10.2004 in a 3:2 away win against Hannover..first goal for the Adler 17.10.2004 in a 4:1 win against Wolfsburg (goal to 2:0, assists Christoph Ullmann, Butenschoen, opposing goalie Marc Seliger)…Spengler-Cup participation with the Adler 2007, 2009, and 2012…2008/09 best plus-minus-statistic for the Adler in the regular season (+13)..played his 250 DEL game for the Adler….2009/10 best plus-minus-statistic the Adler in the regular season (+12)..in a 5:3 win over Kassel 4.10.09 had three assists…26 points in the regular season…tallied ten of his 19 assists in the season 2009/10 in October 2009…400 DEL games 21/03/2010…played 351 games for the Adler 1.2.2011, passing Dave Tomlinson..100 points in the DEL for the Adler on 27.02.2011… World Cup participant 2011 with Germany (three games, two assists), 2012 (6 games and one goal). 2013 (7 games, 3 goals) and 2014 (no points) … 2012 second place in the DEL with Mannheim...500 DEL game on 24.2.2012 in a 1:4 Home Game loss to Iserlohn...in the first quarterfinal game against Hamburg in 2012 he played in his 412 game for the Adler, passing Stephane Richer as the player with the most DEL games for the Adler...one of only four Adler that did not miss and DEL games on the 2012/13 Season...500 DEL game of the Adler on 3.11.2013 ina 3:0 Home Game win over Dusseldorf (one goal)..600 DEL games on 24.11.2013 during a 5:3 Home Game win against Nuernberg...Achieved a Career best with 13 goals during the 2013/14...one of only three Adler that did not miss a DEL game in the 2013/14 season...with 642 DEL games played he is the record holder for the Adler


Defender: Danny Richmond #19

DOB: 01.08.1984
Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois (USA)
Nationality: USA
Height / Weight: 182 cm/92 kg
Shoots: left
Contract Thru: 2016

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
Junior World Champions with the USA 2004…Semifinals in the EBEL with the EC Red Bull Salzburg 2013

Career Highlights:
In the last 14 years he has played for 17 different teams…First NHL Game on 11.11.2005 by a 1:0 win of the Carolina Hurricanes over the Florida Panthers (7:11 minutes of ice time)…2005/06 voted into the AHL All-Star Team…2006/07 second best Offensive Defender for the Norfolk Admirals (10 goals, and 24 assists in 63 games) and was also a teammate from Craig MacDonald…European debut, season 2012/13 for the Pelicans Lahti Finland… First DEL game on 13.9.2013 in a 3:2 Home Game Over time win of the EHC Red Bull Munich over the Hamburg Freezers (one assist)…First DEL goal on 22.9.2013 in a 3:4 Home Game loss of Munich to ERC Ingolstadt (goal to 2:1 in the 30.51 minute, Assists: Ulrich Maurer and Grant Lewis, opposing Goalie: Markus Janka)…2013/14 Regular Season Strongest Offensive Defender the EHC Red Bull Munich and second best Offensive Defender the DEL (9 goals, 29 assists in 55 games)


Forward: Matthias Plachta #22

DOB: 16.5.1991
Place of Birth: Freiburg
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 188 cm / 99 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract Thru: 2020

Greatest Accomplishments:
Reserve German Champion with the Adler in 2012...2008 and 2009 German Junior Champion with the young Adler...Advanced with the German team to Group A in the U20 World Cup 2010 (Division 1)

Career Highlights:
2008/09 First Professional Game wit the heilbronn Falken of the German second league...First Professional goal in a 3:4 loss of the Falken in O.T. to the Lausitzer Fuch...Participant in the U18 World Cup in the USA...First DEL Game 22.01.2010 in a 6:2 Home victory vs. Iserlohn...49 games (6 goals and 14 assists) in his first Professional season..Participant in the U20 WorldCup..first DEL Goal 2010/11 in a 4:3 Home O.T. victory vs. Munich (Goal to 1:0, 12:46, Assists: Frank Mauer and Jame Pollock, Opposing Goalie: Sebastian Elwing)...Player the Month for November 2010 and September 2013 by the Adler...First National Team game on 11.2.2011 in a 1:4 loss vs. Solwakei n Bratislava...thre poins (2 goals and 1 assist) in a 3:2 victory in Straubing...14 scorer points for the Adler in his first DEL season...second best plus / minus statistic the Adler in 2010/11...First International goal on 14.12.2011 in a 4:3 victory vs Russia in Essen... 100 DEL game on 2.3.2012 in a 2:5 Home Loss to the Hai...Spengler-Cup participant wit the Adler in 2012... 200 DEL game on 24.1.2014in a 5:3 victory in Wolfsburg...World Cup participant in 2014 NS 2015...second best goal scorer the Adler in 2014/15...best season 2014/15 19 goals and 25 assists


Forward: Marcel Goc #23

DOB: 24.08.1983
Place of Birth: Calw
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 184 cm / 91 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract thru: 2020

Greatest Accomplishments:
World Final Semi finalist with German A-WM 2010

Career Highlights:
First DEL Game 10.9.1999 in a 9:0 Home Victory the Schwenninger Wild Wings vs. Revier Loewen Oberhausen...First DEL Goal 21.3.2000 in a 1:4 Home loss the Wild Wings vs. Oberhausen (Goal to 1:4, 48:58 shorthanded, assists: John Lilley and Marc Laniel, opposing Goalie Sinuhe Wallinheimo)...World Cup participant 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, and 2016...First DEL game for the Adler 24.2.2002...First Goal for the Adler 29.9.2002 in a 4:1 Home win over the Krefeld Pinguine (Goal to 4:1, 45:08, Assists: Yannic Seidenberg and Mike Kennedy, opposing Goalie: Robert Mueller)...Participant Olympic Games 2006 and 2010..First NHL Game on 15.4.2004 by a 3:1 victory in the Play-Offs vs. St. Louis Blues...First NHL Goal, second NHL Game, 4.5.2004 in a 3:1 victory the Sharks over the Colorado Avalanche (Goal to 2:1, 28:59, Assists: C. Brown and K. Mclaren, Opposing Goalie: David Aebischer)...After the 2004/05 NHL lockout earned a spot by the San Jose Sharks and played in the NHL to 2015 with San Jose, Nashville, Florida, Pittsburgh, and San Jose, played a total of 699 NHL games... During the 2012/13 lockouts for the Adler


Forward: Ryan MacMurchy #27

DOB: 27.04.1983
Place of Birth: Regina Saskatchewan
Nationality: Canadian
Height / Weight: 186 cm / 97 kg
Shoots: Right
Contract thru: 2017

Greatest Accomplishments:
2006 Champion in the NCAA with the University of Wisonsin...2012 Norway Champion with the Stavanger Oilers...2015 German reserve Champion with the ERC Ingolstadt


Career Highlights:
2001/2002 Junior Team with Notre Dame Hounds (Saskatchwean / Canada) from 2003-2006 in the University Team in Wisconsin, team colleague with Andrew Joudrey...2001/02 Top Scorer with the Notre DAme Hounds...2005/06 Champion with the University of Wisconsin, NCAA...First Professional game,29.10.2006 with the Peoria Rivermen (AHL).. First Professional goal, 5.11.2006 in a 4:1 home victory the Peoria Rivermen vs. the Iowa Stars...2011/12 Top Scorer, member of All-Star-Team, and Champion with the Norway League with the Stavanger Oilers...Spengler Cup participant with Team Canada 2013 and the Adler 2015..First DEL Game 12.9.2014 with the ERC Ingolstadt vs die Adler (one assist)...First DEL Goal in a 2:4 home loss the ERC Ingolstadt vs. Augsburg Panther (Goal to 2:3, 51:43, Assists: Petr Taticek, Dustin Friesen, Opposing Goalie Chris Mason)...best plus-minus statistic in the DEL Regular Season 2014/15...German Reserve Champion with Ingolstadt 2015...First DEL Goal for the Adler 11.9.2015 in a 1:0 Home Victory vs. the Schwenninger Wild Wings (Goal to 1:0, 44:52, Assists: Jochen Hecht, Denis Reul, Opposing Goalie: Joey MacDonald)...Player the month for September 2015 and January 2016 with the Adler...Top Scorer (41 points), Second best goal scorer (21 goals) and best Plus-Minus statistic by the Adler in 2015/16


Defender: Denis Reul #29

DOB: 29.06.1989
Place of Birth: Marktredwitz
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 193 cm / 106 kg
Shoots: Right
Contract thru: 2021
NHL Draft: Boston Bruins round 5, 2007 number 130 overall

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
German Junior League (DNL) Champion with the Jungadler in 2005 and 2006…World Cup participant for Team Germany 2011.

Career Highlights:
Fifth best Offensive Defender in the DNL 2006/07…Participant in the U18 World Cup 2006 and 2007 and the U20 in 2009…In his third DNL year at age 17 played his first 16 games by the Heilbronn Falken in the German Third League…Transferred to North America in 2007 and played two games in the Junior League (QMJHL) with the Lewiston Maineiacs…2009 participant in the U20 World Cup…At the end of the regular season 08/09 played five games in the AHL for the Providence Bruins (one assist)…2009/10 first DEL game 3.9.2009 with the Adler in a 4:1 win over Nürnberg…first DEL point 11.10.2009 in a 4:1 win vs Wolfsburg (assist from 2:1 goal shooter Robinson)…Participant in the Spengler-Cup 2009…first DEL goal 9.10.2010 in a 3:6 loss against Hannover (goal to 2:4, assists: Mauer and Kink, Opposing goalie Youri Ziffzer)…100 DEL game on 18.02.2011…best Plus-Minus-Statistic the Adler in 2010/11 (+13)…World Cup participant with Team Germany 2011 (3 games), 2012 (7 games), and 2014 (4 games)...150 DEL games on 3.2.2012 by a 5:4 win in overtime against Iserlohn...200 DEL game on 22.2.2013 in a 2:1 win in Straubing… 2012 second place in the DEL with Mannheim...While scoring no goals in the 2013/14 Season he had 16 Assists making it the best Offensive Season of his career...250 DEL game on 19.3.2014 in a Playoff game against Cologne


Goalie: Youri Ziffzer #35

DOB: 21.08.1986
Place of Birth: Singapore
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 188 cm/81 kg
Glove Hand: left
Contract Thru: 2018

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champ;ion with the Adler 2015...
German Champion 2005, 2006, 2008, and 2009 with the Eisbaeren Berlin and 2010 in Hannover…German Pokal 2008 with Berlin…German Reserve Champion 2013 and 2014 with Cologne…German Junior Champion with the Jungadler 2002,2003, and 2004

Career Highlights:
Played for the Jungadler between 2001 and 2004…between 2001-2003 formed part of the Goalie team the Jungadler along with Danny aus den Birken, they played together again in Cologne from 2011 and 2014…Teammates with Nikolai Goc with the Jungadler 2003/04 and from 2009 to 2011 in Hannover…Participant the U18 World Cup (Division 1) 2004, and the U20 World Cup 2005 and 2006…Voted best Goalie of the U18 World Cup in 2004…First DEL game 1.10.2004 by a 3:8 Home Game Loss of Berlin to Mannheim (20:00 minutes played, 10 shots held, 3 goals against)…First Goal Against in the DEL following 9:17 minutes played, in the Third Period from Vitalij Aab…Participant in the Spengler-Cup with Berlin in 2005 and 2006…Number One Goalie in Berlin 2006/07 (44 games played)…First DEL Shut-Out on 13.10.2006 in a 6:0 Home Game win of Berlin over Augsburg (16 Shots held)…First National Team Game for Germany February 2007…Olympic Qualification with the German National Team in 2009…DEL Finalist with Cologne in 2013 and 2014…has played 168 DEL games to date with an average of 2.87 goals against per game…in the 14 games he played in 2013/14 he had an average of 1.69 goals against per game with an almost 94% save percentage


Forward: Daniel Sparre #40

DOB: 16.10.1984
Place of Birth: Brampton Ontario Canada
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 179 cm / 82 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract Thru: 2019

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the EHC Red Bull Munich 2016

Career Highlights:
2004/05 Finalist and best regular season score the Halifax Mooseheads in the Canadian Junior League QMJHL...2007/08 best scorer the Columbia Inferno in the ECHL...2008 transferred to Europe and second best scorer by the Italian Club Pontebba...First DEL game on 4.9.2009 in a 6:6 O.T. victory Iserlohn over Cologne...First DEL goal 13.9.2009 in a 4:3 shoot-out victory of the Roosters in Frankfurt (Goal to 3:2, 47:54, Assists Mads Christensen and Robert Hock, Opposing Goalie Ian Gordon)...2011/12 second best goal scorer the EHC Munich...2014/15 Strongest offensive season in his DEL career with 50 points in 55 games, best goal scorer and second best scorer in Munich


Forward: Chad Kolarik #42

DOB: 26.01.1986
Place of Birth: Abington Pennsylvania USA
Nationality: USA
Height / Weight: 181 cm / 83 kg
Shoots: right
Contract Thru: 2018

Greatest Accomplishments:
Silver Medal winner in the U18 World Cup in the USA 2004...2004/05 and 2007/08 Champion with the University of Michigan NCAA

Career Highlights:
2007/08 second best scorer at the University of Michigan...First professional game in the AHL 16.4.2008 in the qtr finals Antonio Rampage vs. the Toronto marlies...two days later in his second professional game he scored a Hat-trick...2008/09 second best goal scorer and second best scorer the San Antonio Rampage of the AHL...first NHL game on 5.4.201 for the Columbus Blue Jackets in agame in St. Louis...2010/11 second best goal scorer the Connecticut Whales in the AHL...talled in the first period in a 6:3 victory for his team vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on 16.1.2011 four scorer points including two shorthanded goals...missed the 2011/12 season due to injury...2012/13 participant and two time goal scorer in the AHL All Star Game...2013/14 best scorer with Linkoepings HC in the European Trophy...best goal scorer and best foreignscorrer in the Swiss League...2015/16 second best goal scorer the Kloten Flyers


Goalie: Dennis Endras #44

DOB: 14.07.1985
Place of Birth: Immenstadt
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 183 cm / 78 kg
Glove Hand: Left
Contract Thru: 2018

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
Second place in the DEL 2010…Semi-finals, MVP and best Goalie for the World Championships 2010

Career Highlights:
First Shut-Out in the DEL 16 November 2004 by a 3:0 home win Augsburg vs Hannover (26 Saves)…Advanced to the Second League with the EV Landsberg 2005/06…Six Shut-Outs in his first DEL Season as a number one Goalie in the DEL, 2008/09…Rookie of the year in the DEL 2008/09…Second best percentage in the DEL-Play-Offs 2008/09 and 2009/10…Best player the German National Team in a 2:1 victory in overtime in the opening game of the 2010 World Championships against the USA in Schalke in front of 77,803 fans…Shut-Out in the World Championships Quarter-Final game 2010 in Mannheim (41 Saves)…Signed a contract with the NHL team Minnesota Wild and transferred to North America, 2010…Played six games for the Houston Aeros of the AHL then transferred to Finland to play for IFK Helsinki…Played in Finnish Winter Classic on 4 February 2012 in a 3:2 win against Jokerit, in front of 34,264 fans in -23 C (-9 F) weather with light snow fall, earned second best player of the game…In his last five play-offs (four Germany, one Finland) maintained a percentage of better than 92%...fourth best Goalie the regular season 2011/12 in the First Finnish League (three Shut-Outs)... First game for the Adler on 14.9.2012 by a 2:1 win in Ingolstadt (30 saves, 1 goal against)...First Shut-Out for the Adler 2.10.2012 by a 5:0 win against Iserlohn (24 saves)...Spengler-Cup participant with the Adler in 2012...In 2012/13 had the second best save percentage in the DEL...Player of the month for December 2013, March 2014, October 2014, February and October 2015 by the Adler...2013/14 seven shut-outs during the regular season...with a save percentage of 94.94% had the best save percentage of all Keepers in the DEL...in his second season with the Adler he is statistically the second best Goalie in the history of the Adler (92.58%)


Forward: Christoph Ullmann #47

DOB: 19.05.1983
Place of Birth: Altoetting
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 182 cm / 84 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract thru: 2018

Greatest Accomplishments:
World Cup Semifinals 2010 and quarter finals 2011…German Champion 2007 and 2015 with Mannheim… German second place 2005 and 2012
German League Tournament (Pokal) winner with the Adler 2007

Career Highlights:
First DEL game 7.9.2001 for Cologne…2002 advance with the U20 National team to the A group…first DEL goal 11.10.2002 in a 10:2 win Cologne over Schwenningen Wild Wings (goal to 10:2, no assist, opposing goalie Ian Gordon)…fist DEL game with three points 30.1.2004 in a 7:2 win Mannheim over Freiburg (two goals and one assist)…250 DEL game for the Adler 13.11.2007…four points (two goals and two assists) in a 6:3 wind Mannheim over Augsburg 11.1.2008…Participant in the DEL All-Star game 2005/06, 2007/08, 2008/09…2008/09 and 2010/11 best goal scorer and best scorer for Cologne…Between 2008-2011 tallied 131 points in 140 DEL games…100 DEL goal 12.12.2010…250 DEL point 1.2.2011…2010/11 tallied four points four times…First DEL Hat-Trick with four goals in a win for Cologne over the DEG…16 goals and 27 assists in 116 National Team A group games…2012 second place in the DEL with Mannheim... 400 DEL game for the Adler on 15.11.2013 in a 2:4 loss in Berlin (one goal)...600 DEL game on 5.1.2014 in a 3:0 Home Game win against Munich...Best Plus-Minus Statistic the Adler for the 2013/14 Season (+17)...only Marcus Kink and Ronny Arendt have played more DEL games for the Adler than Ullman (421 games played)...is currently the fourth best scorer (298 points) and eighth best assistant (149 assists) in the history of the Adler in the DEL... is only one point behind Rene Corbet as the best Goal Scorer in the history of the Adler (150 goals)


Forward: Jamie Tardif #49

DOB: 23.01.1985
Place of Birth: Welland, Ontario (Canada)
Nationality: Canada
Height / Weight: 183 cm/94 kg
Shoots: right
Contract Thru: 2017

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
2003 U18 World Champion with Canada…2006 Champion in the Canadian Junior League OHL

Career Highlights:
2003/04 Second best scorer and second best goal scorer for his team…2004/05 best goal scorer and third best scorer for his team in the OHL…2005/06 in his last season in the Juniors was Team Captain for the Peterborough Petes OHL also second best scorer and best goal scorer for the team that season…2006/07 participant in the ECHL All-Star Game…First Hat-Trick in the AHL on 3.3.2007 with the Grand Rapids Griffins against Syracuse…30.12.2008 scored after only eight seconds of game time against Peoria, creating a new team record…Teammate from Doug Janik in Grand Rapids between 2009-2011…25.102009 second AHL Hat-Trick in a 6:1 victory of Grand Rapids over Abbotsford…2010/11 Third best scorer and best goal scorer for Grand Rapids…14.12.2013 Hat-Trick in AHL against Springfield…2012/13 best goal scorer for his team in the AHL and participant in the AHL All-Star Game…Fifth best goal scorer in the AHL…between 25.1 and 16.2 in 7 games scored a minimum of one goal per game (total 8 goals)…First NHL game on 2.2.2013 in a 1:0 win of the Boston Bruins over the Toronto Maple Leafs (two shots on goal, 5:03 minutes of ice time)


Defender: Dominik Bittner #52

DOB: 10.06.92
Place of Birth: Weilheim
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 182 cm / 90 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract thru: 2016

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
Champion German Junior League (DNL) with the Jungadler 2008, 2009 and 2010…Advanced to the A Group in the U20 World Championships 2010

Career Highlights:
Participated in the U18 World Championship 2009…2009/10 first Second League game for the Heilbronn Falken, 5 December 2009 in a 1:4 loss to Bremerhaven…Second best Offensive Defender in the DNL 2009/10 (12 goals, 30 Assists, in 39 games)…Participated in the U20 World Championships (Division 1)…First goal for the US team the Everett Silvertips in the Junior League (WHL), 27 January 2012…Regular ice time by the Silvertips and played both on the Power-Play and Penalty Kill 2011/12...First DEL game on 14.9.2012 with the Adler in a 2:1 Win over Ingolstadt...Spengler-Cup participant with the Adler in 2012...First DEL goal on 3.2.2013 in a Home Game win for the Adler against Hamburg (Goal to 1:1 in the 17:48 minute, Assists: Craig MacDonald and Yannic Seidenberg, opposing Goalie: Niklas Treutle)


Forward: Ronny Arendt #57

DOB: 24.11.1980
Place of Birth: Bad Muskau
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 172 cm / 83 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract thru: 2016

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...
German Champion and German Trophy (Pokal) winner with Mannheim 2007…Winner U18 B group World Cup 1998

Career Highlights:
2000/01 Top scorer by ES Weisswasser (German Second League)…first DEL game 7.9.2011 for the Berlin Capitals in a 1:2 loss to the DEG…first DEL goal 2.12.2001 by a 4:5 loss in penalties against Augsburg (goal to 2:1, assists Poetinger, opposing goalie Magnus Eriksson)…first game for the Adler 8.9.2005 in the DEL Premier in the SAP Arena…first goal for the Adler 4.11.2005 in a 3:1 win against Krefeld (goal to 1:0 Assists: Tripp and Corbet, opposing goalie Robert Mueller)…Player of the Month for November 2006, September 2007 by the Adler…500 professional game 9.10.2007…Spengler-Cup participant with Mannheim 2007 and 2009. Two goals (and one assist)in 6:0 road win against Ingolstadt 27.1.2008…only player in 2007/08 for the Adler that played in every game…200 game for the Adler 18.01.2009…600 professional game 27.2.2009…The only player that in 2007/08 and 2008/09 that did not miss a game for the Adler…Between 16.2.2007 and 23.12.2009 played in 170 DEL games in a row…Player the month for the Adler in January and February 2010,October 2011, and November 2013 and Player of the year for Mannheim 2009/10…500 DEL game 4.2.2010…100 DEL goal 18.2.2011…300 DEL game for the Adler 24.9.2010…700 DEL game 28.1.2011…300 DEL point 16.3.2011 by the first pre-Play-Off game against Nürnberg (3:2 win, one assist)…2010/11 with 29 points his best performance since transferring to Mannheim in 2005… second best scorer for the Adler in the Play-Offs 2011(3 goals and 2 assists)…most game winning goals for the Adler in the DEL season 2010/11 (6 game winners)…two shorthanded goals 2010/11…Along with Dimitrakos, Glumac, and Seidenberg best goal shooter the Adler in the Play-Offs 2011…2012 second place in the DEL with Mannheim...750 professional game on 6.1.2012 in a 1:4 loss in Nuernberg...400 DEL game for the Adler on 23.3.2012 in a 8:1 Home Game win during the Quarterfinals...played his 412 game for the Adler during the 2012 Finals, surpassing both Marcus Kink and Stephane Richer in Record list of games played for the Adler...2011/12 best offensive season of his career (15 goals and 21 assists)...one from only five Adler that did no miss a game in the 2011/12 season...700 DEL game on 15.11.2013 in a 2:4 loss in Berlin...500 DEL game for the Adler on 17.1.2014 in a 2:0 Home Game win against Nurenberg...ninth best Goal scorer (90), tenth best with number of assists (127), and eleventh best Scorer (217 points) in the history of the Adler in the DEL...following Marcus Kink he has the second most number of DEL games for the Adler (518)...one from only three Adler that did not miss a game during the 2013/14 season


Forward: Mirko Höfflin #61

DOB: 18.06.1992
Place of Birth: Freiburg
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 183 cm / 79 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract Thru: 2017

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with the Adler 2015...German Junior Champion with the Young Adler 2008, 2009, and 2010

Career Highlights:
2008/09 Third best with assist and number seven on the scorer list in the German Junior League...Participant in the U18 World Cup 2009 and 2010 (Division 1, second best scorer the tournament, advanced with the team to the A group)...2009/10 at 17 years old played 18 games for the Heilbronn Falken in the German second league...First professional game on 16.10.2009 in a 0:2 loss of Heilberonn to the Landshut Cannibals...best goal scorer and second best scorer in the German Junior League 2009/10 even though he only played 32 from 44 games (37 goals and 44 assists)...participant in the U20 World Cup in 2011 and the U20 in 2010 and 2012...second best scorer the German team by the U20 World Cup 2010...2010/11 All-Rookie-Team the Canadian Junior League QMJHL...Semi Finals with Quebec Remparts in the QMJHL 2011...105 scorer points in 134 games in the QMJHL 2010-2012...in his first DEL season tallied 7 scorer points for the Adler in 35 games...First DEL gme 28.9.2012 in a 3:2 victory the Adler over Nuernberg...First DEL goal 14.10.2012 in a 4:3 shoot-out victory in hannover (Goal to 2:0, 5:28, Assists: Nikolai Goc and Dennis Seidenberg, Opposing Goalie Dimitri Paetzold)...Player the Month October 2012 and September 2013 for the Adler...Spengler Cup participant 2012...in his second complete DEL season 2013/14 only missed four games and tallied 15 scorer points (9 goals and 6 assists)...in season 2015/15 was the best German scorer by the Straubing Tigers with 21 points...in a 5:2 victory Straubing over Munich on 18.9.2015 scored two goals and had one assist


Defender: Carle, Mathieu #72

DOB: 30.09.1987
Place of Birth: Gatineau
Nationality: Canadian
Height / Weight: 183 cm / 95 kg
Shoots: Right
Contract Thru: 2017

Greatest Accomplishments:
Semi Finals in the Canadian Junior League QMJHL 2006...AHL Semi Finals 2010 with Hamilton Bulldogs


Career Highlights:
2003-2007 best offensive defender by the Acadie-Bathurst Titans in the Canadian Junior League QMJHL, Semi Finalist in the QMJHL in 2006 with the Titans and 2007 with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies...First Professional game 9.11.2007 in a 4:5 Home Loss with the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Rochester Americans...First Professional Goal 17.11.2007 in a 3:2 win the Bulldogs over the Binghamton Senators (Goal to 2:0, 24.42, Assists: Matt D'Agostini, Eric Manlow, Opposing Goalie: Jeff Glass)...First NHL Game 3.11.2009 in a 4:5 loss of the Montreal Canadiens to the Atlanta Thrashers...Semi Finalist in the AHL with the Hamilton Bulldogs in 2010...2010/11 assistant Captain with the Hamilton Bulldogs and best offensive defender of his team in the playoffs...2011/12 strongest offensive defender by the Syracuse Crunch...Spengler Cup participant with Zagreb in 2014 and Mannheim 2015...First DEL Game for the Adler 11.9.2015 in a 1:0 home victory against the Schwenninge Wild Wings...First DEL Goal for the Adler in a 5:2 Home victory vs. ERC Ingolstadt on 22.11.2015 (Goal to 3:1, 49:13, man-advantage, Assists: Kai Hospelt, Ryan MacMurchy, Opposing Goalie: Timo Pielmeier)


Defender: Nikolai Goc #77

DOB: 17.6.1986
Place of Birth: Calw
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 182 cm / 92 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract thru: 2019

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion with Hannover 2010 and the Adler 2015… World Cup Semifinals with Germany 2010…German Junior League (DNL) champion 2004

Career Highlights:
First DEL game 18.10.2002 with a 2:3 loss for his Schwenningen Wild Wings to the Mannheim Adler…2004 Advanced to the A group with the U20 National Team…2006 advanced to the A group with the U20 National Team.. World Cup participant 2009, 2010, and 2011…first DEL goal 18.12.2009 by a 4:3 win Hannover over Kassel (goal to 2:0, assists: Krueger and Scott, opposing goalie Adam Hauser)…153 DEL games for Hannover (1 goal and 18 assists)…first DEL game for the Adler 3.9.2010 in a 3:1 win against Wolfsburg…First goal for the Adler 10.10.2010 in a 3:2 win against Hamburg (goal to 2:0, Assists: King and MacDonald, opposing goalie Marc Lamothe)…2011/12 the best offensive strong season of his career with three goals and fourteen assists…2012 second place in the DEL with Mannheim...250 DEL game on 5.4.2012 in a semifinal game against the ERC Ingolstadt...Spengler-Cup participant with the Adler in 2012...200 DEL game for the Adler on 10.1.2014 in a 2;3 loss in Berlin...missed the World Championships in 2014 following five consecutive appearances, due to injury...on the current Adler roster only Jochen Hecht (119 games) and Kai Hospelt (91) have played more Playoff games than Nikolai Goc (89)


Forward: David Wolf #89

DOB: 15.9.1989
Place of Birth: Duesseldorf
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 189 cm / 98 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract Thru: 2023

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Champion 2010 with Hannover Scorpions...German Junior Champion with the Young Adler2006

Career Highlights:
First professional game at 17 years old in the Oberliga Sued for the Heilbronn Falken in season 2006/07...Participant in the U18 World Cup in 2007 and by the U20 in 2009 recognized as one of the top three German players...First DEL game 6.9.2009 in a 1:5 loss of the Scorpions vs Frankfurt...First DEL goal in his third DEL game on 13.9.2009 in a 5:4 victory the Scorpions over the Adler (Winning goal 5:3, 45:42, Assists: GArrett Festerling and Martin Hinka, Opposing Goalie: Lukas Lang)...Celebrated in 2010 his first DEL Season the German Championship in Hannover with teammates Niki Goc, Garrett Festerling, and Youri Ziffzer...2011/12 and 2012/13 second best scorer the Hamburg Freezers...2013/14 regulas season first place and semifinalist with the Hamburg Freezers best scorer for his team...first of four NHL games on 31.1.2015 with the Calgary Flames vs. Edmonton Oilers...tallied in 26 DEL games vs. the Adler four goals and eight assists winning 11 of 26 games


Forward: Carter Proft #94

DOB: 30.8.1994
Place of Birth: Spruce Grove Alberta Canada
Nationality: German
Height / Weight: 183 cm / 95 kg
Shoots: Left
Contract Thru: 2018

Greatest Accomplishments:
German Second League Champion with the Kassel Huskies 2016

Career Highlights:
2013/14 Assistant Captain by the Spokane Chiefs (WHL)...first professional game 12.9.2014 in a 4:5 Home loss of Kassel to Lausitzer...First professional goal 21.9.2014 in a 7:2 home victory of the Huskies over Ravensburg


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