|year of the foundation:||1967|
|association colors:||dark-blue, light blue and yellow|
|largest ones of successes:|
3. Place in the European Cup of the Mrs.
|Eishalle: Stadium Herti|
|capacity:|| 2 ' 858 seats |
of 3 ' 922 Stehplätze
of the EV course is a Swiss ice hockey club from course. The EV course maintains also a successful woman crew, which became Swiss master already four times and 2004 and 2005 participated in the IIHF European Women's champion Cup.
EVZ is the abbreviation for the full name ice sport association course.
Table of contents
1. Crew NLA 2005/2006
|gate: 30 - Rafael walter/41 - Lars Weibel|
|defense: 3 - Livio Fazio/4 - Pascal Mueller/8 - Simon Schnyder/15 - Ralph Ott/16 - Rafael Diaz/26 - René bake/38 - Barry judge (the USA)/44 - Emery Laurent/77 - Janne Niskala (FIN)|
|attack: 12 - Patric Della Rossa/14 - Oleg Petrov (RUS)/17 - Gian Marco Crameri/21 - Patrick Fischer/23 - Mike Maneluk (CAN)/24 - Duri Camichel/27 - Timo Pärssinen (FIN)/28 - Patrick Oppliger/46 - Paolo Duca/47 - Daniel Giger/55 - Paul Di Pietro/57 - Fabian Schnyder/61 - Corsin Casutt/87 - Dario Bürgler|
|Staff: Coach Sean Simpson (CAN)/Assistenztrainer Colin Mueller (CAN)|
|Topscorer: 21 - Patrick Fischer (51 points)|
the women of the EV course played the 1990er with different success in the highest two performance classes since Switzerland: In the season 1990/91 the ascent succeeded into the performance class A, where the team could settle in the following years. 2001, only two years after the second Meistertitel followed however the descent into the performance class B. Even if the club a play community with the EHC sea-whom was received and already the season could lock 2002 as B-masters, it was only enough in the subsequent year to the ascent, because in the Relegation 2001/02 Lugano a class was too high. After the reclimb into the highest play class the team settled however at the table point and could 2004 and 2005 the Meistertitel acquire and was thus also participant in the first IIHF European Women's champion Cup 2004/05, the European Cup in the woman ice hockey, where the team could get the bronze medal.
|1990/91||process card B||Aufsteiger|
|1991/92||process card A||4. Place|
|1992/93||process card A||3. Place|
|1993/94||process card A||vice-master|
|1994/95||process card A||3. Place|
|1995/96||NL A||4. Place|
|1996/97||NL A||4. Place|
|1997/98||NL A||Swiss master|
|1998/99||NL A||Swiss master|
|1999/2000||NL A||3. Place|
|2000/01||NL A||6. Place (Absteiger)|
|2001/02||process card B||1. Place (defeat in the Relegation against Lugano)|
|2002/03||process card B||1. Place (Aufsteiger)|
|2003/04||process card A||Swiss master|
|2004/05||process card A||Swiss master|