Sunday, December 28, 2014
Tournament Time: Spengler Cup 2014
Hockey Canada announced the listings of those Canadians who currently fill out the European Club rosters, along with a few imports for the cause to carry the Canadian Flag at the 88th edition of the Spengler Cup.
Like the World Juniors, the Spengler is a short sprint to the finish line, a few games leading up to the Championship, where a loss or two could mean the end of the chance to hoist the trophy and grab the holiday bragging rights.
Taking part in this years journey include the host squad HC Davos, from the KHL teams representing Medvescak Zagreb, HC Salavat Yulaev UFA, Jokerit Helsinki, Geneve-Servette HC and Team Canada.
The full schedule can be found below as each day's events prepare for puck drop.
The Spengler Cup Home Page can be found here.
TSN's Broadcast Schedule for Spengler 2014 can be found here.
Summaries and items of interest to follow through the tournament are available below:
Wednesday, December 31
HC Salavat Yulaev UFA 0 vs Geneve-Servette 3
Geneve-Servette win Spengler Cup
Tuesday, December 30
Geneve-Servette 6 vs Team Canada 5
HC Davos 3 vs HC Salavat Yulaev UFA 4
Monday, December 29
Team Canada 5 vs Helinski Jokerit 3
HC Salavat Yulaev UFA 3 vs Medvescak Zagreb 0
Sunday, December 28
Geneve-Servette 3 vs Helsinki Jokerit 1
HC Davos 1 vs Medvescak Zagreb 0
Saturday, December 27
Helsinki Jokerit 3 vs HC Salavat Yulaev UFA 4
Medvescak Zagreb 1 vs Team Canada 3
Friday, December 26
Geneve-Servette HC 3 vs HC Salavat Yulaev UFA 2
HC Davos 2 vs Team Canada 1
Tournament Notes can be found below:
December 27-- Canada earns first win at Spengler Cup, 3-1 over Medvescak Zagreb
December 27-- Canada beats Medvescak Zagreb for first Spengler Cup win
December 26-- Canada falls to Host HC Davos to open Spengler Cup
December 25-- Steve Tambellini's Spengler Cup story spans generations
December 23-- Guy Boucher ready for the challenge of the Spengler Cup
December 23-- Guy Boucher anxious to accept challenge of coaching in Spengler Cup