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SC Bern

Schlittschuh Club Bern (Ice-skating Club Bern in English) is an ice hockey team
SC Bern
based in Bern, Switzerland. They play in the National League (NL), the top tier of
the Swiss hockey league system. For the 16th time in a row, the club is the most 2017-18 NL season
attended team in Europe for the 2016–17 season, averaging 16,399 spectators.

They are traditional rivals with HC Fribourg-Gottéron, EHC Biel, and the SCL

Players City Bern, Switzerland
Honored members
League National League
NHL alumni
Founded 1931
See also
Home arena PostFinance
External links
General Marc Lüthi
History manager
Head coach Kari Jalonen
Captain Simon Moser
Website www.scb.ch

The ice hockey section of the Bern Sports Club, which was established on
November 3, 1930, officially began playing on January 1, 1931.

Today, SC Bern is a highly popular team and regularly fills its home stadium,
SC Bern versus SCL Tigers in an outdoor the PostFinance Arena, one of the largest ice hockey stadiums in Europe. In
game January 14, 2007. 2006, they set a new record among European clubs for average attendance,
with an average of 15,994 in 22 home games.[2] They have won the Swiss
Championship thirteen times, with the most famous victory coming in 1989
over HC Lugano

During the 2004-05 NHL lockout, Daniel Brière, Dany Heatley, J. P. Dumont, Marc Savard, Henrik Tallinder, and Chris Clark played
for SC Bern. Although, league rules allow only four players without Swiss passports to suit up in a single game.

After a disappointing run in the 2006 playoffs, the club replaced head coach Alpo Suhonen with John van Boxmeer and general
manager Roberto Triulzi with Sven Leuenberger.[3] Leuenberger had previously played thirteen seasons of defence with the club,
totaling 67 goals, 145 assists, and four national championships. His jersey number 16 is one of many that has been retired by SC
On September 30, 2008, SC Bern faced off against the National Hockey League's New York Rangers to celebrate one hundred years
of ice hockey in Switzerland. Forty-nine years since the Rangers' last visit to Switzerland, the blueshirts beat the home team 8-1 in
front of a sellout crowd. Despite the slanted score, SC Bern played a close game with a 2-0 score at the end of the second. Former
Phoenix Coyotes' Canadian-born defencemanTravis Roche scored SC Bern's goal early in the third period, bringing the game to 2-1.
SC Bern only allowed two even-strength goals, but could not withstand the Rangers' potent power play in the final frame (6-for-9).
"We played for our pride tonight," said center Sébastien Bordeleau after the exhibition game. Christian Dubé wore the captain's "C"
because Ivo Rüthemann was injured.

During the 2012 NHL lockout, Roman Josi, Mark Streit and John Tavares played for the SC Bern. Tavares quickly became the
PostFinance Top Scorer tallying 42 points (17G, 25A) in 28 games.

During the 2013-14 season, Guy Boucher signed a contract as coach of the SC Bern for the current year and two more seasons. He
has since been relieved from his duties, moving on to coach the Ottawa Senators, being replaced by former assistant and SC Bern
player Lars Leuenberger, who guided the team to the championship in 2016. Leuenberger was then replaced by former Finnish
national team coach Kari Jalonen prior to the 2016-17 campaign. Jalonen went on to win the NL title in his first year at the helm of
the team.


NL Championship (15): 1959, 1965, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1997, 2004, 2010, 2013, 2016,
SL Championship (3): 1958, 1969, 1972
Europacup (10): 1965, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1997


Honored members
0 René Kiener
6 Peter Stammbach, number retired December 1, 2009
7 Martin Rauch
12 Roland Dellsberger
16 Sven Leuenberger
18 Renzo Holzer, number retired December 1, 2009
22 Patrick Howald, number retired December 1, 2009
31 Renato Tosio
32 Ivo Rüthemann, number retired November 15, 2014

NHL alumni
Reijo Ruotsalainen (1986–87, 1988–89, 1990–92)
Daniel Brière (2004–05)
Dany Heatley (2004–05)
J.P. Dumont (2004–05, 2011–2012)
Marc Savard (2004–05)
Henrik Tallinder (2004–05)
Roman Josi (2006–10, 2012–13)
Patrik Štefan (2007)
Jean-Pierre Vigier (2009–12)
Christoph Bertschy (2011–15)
Byron Ritchie (2011–17)
John Tavares (2012–13)
Mark Streit (2012–13)
Petr Sýkora (2012–2013)
Simon Moser (2014–18)
Derek Roy (2015–16)
Cory Conacher (2015–16)
Nico Hischier (2015–16)
Andrew Ebbett (2015–18)
Sean Bergenheim (2015–16)
Mark Arcobello (2016–18)
Maxim Noreau (2016–18)
Jeremy Morin (2017–18)
Mika Pyörälä (2017–18)
Mason Raymond (2017–18)

See also
Category:SC Bern players
Category:SC Bern coaches

1. "Swiss lead attendance study"(http://www.iihf.com/home-of-hockey/news/attendance-2016-2017/). www.iihf.com.
Retrieved 2016-03-14.
2. "Archived copy" (https://web.archive.org/web/20060319031927/http://www .iihf.com/news/iihfpr1906.htm). Archived
from the original (http://www.iihf.com/news/iihfpr1906.htm)on 2006-03-19. Retrieved 2006-03-16.
3. "Bear season over in Switzerland"(https://www.webcitation.org/66JGvSXNx?url=http://www.iihf.com/home-of-hocke
y/news/news-singleview/article/bear-season-over-in-switzerland/leuenberger.html). www.iihf.com. 2008-03-14.
Archived from the original (http://www.iihf.com/home-of-hockey/news/news-singleview/article/bear-season-over-in-sw
itzerland/leuenberger.html) on 2012-03-20. Retrieved 2010-08-04.

External links
(in German) SC Bern official website
Meltzer, Bill "Swiss Playoffs: SC Bern Prowling for Gold"at NHL.com Retrieved 03-21-07.

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