| Spengler Cup Davos

Like a party popper with a very short fuse – the 2024 tournament schedule packs a punch

The cards are on the table. Group Torriani features Fribourg-Gotteron, Pardubice, and Karpat, while Group Cattini will see Straubing, Canada, and Davos face off against each other at the 2024 Spengler Cup.

The fearless stoat chases the cup – Tervetuloa Kärpät Oulu

The eight-time Finnish champion Karpat Oulu completes the field of participants of the 96th edition of the Spengler Cup in 2024. For the “Stoats”, who will traveling from Oulu 3,000 kilometres away, it will be the first participation at Davos’ traditional tournament.

Postponed is not cancelled – Vítej zpět HC Dynamo Pardubice

The six-time Czech champion has constantly improved its Spengler Cup performances, going from last in 1987, to fourth in 2007, to second in the last edition in 2023. Will they make the jump to the top this year?

HC Dynamo Pardubice

The six-time Czech champion has constantly improved its Spengler Cup performances, going from last in 1987, to fourth in 2007, to second in the last edition in 2023. Will they make the jump to the top this year?

They are considered untameable - Willkommen Straubing Tigers

The DEL is back at the Spengler Cup Davos. With the German top club Straubing Tigers, a team from Germany's highest ice hockey league will play at the traditional tournament for the first time since 2018.

Straubing Tigers

The DEL is back at the Spengler Cup Davos. With the German top club Straubing Tigers, a team from Germany's highest ice hockey league will play at the traditional tournament for the first time since 2018.

HC Fribourg-Gottéron

HC Fribourg-Gottéron, a top club from the National League, will take part in the 96th Spengler Cup in 2024. The club from the city on the Sarine River was founded in 1937 and has been on the hunt for its first trophy ever since. Will the Dragons follow Servette and Ambri’s lead and capture their first big title at the Spengler Cup?

The dragon is approaching – Bienvenue Fribourg-Gottéron

HC Fribourg-Gottéron, a top club from the National League, will take part in the 96th Spengler Cup in 2024. The club from the city on the Sarine River was founded in 1937 and has been on the hunt for its first trophy ever since. Will the Dragons follow Servette and Ambri’s lead and capture their first big title at the Spengler Cup?

Hall of Fame Spengler Cup

A museum on the Spengler Cup’s 100-year history has been established in the spectator corridor of Eisstadion Davos. Next to it the Spengler Cup Hall of Fame has been created.

The icing on the anniversary cake

The Spengler Cup’s 100-year anniversary this Boxing Week was an ice hockey festival bonanza for everyone. HC Davos’ 5-3 final victory over the Czech championship leader Dynamo Pardubice was the icing on the anniversary cake.

HCD puts crown on anniversary year

On New Year’s Eve, HC Davos crowned the Spengler Cup’s 100th anniversary with a 5-3 win over Dynamo Pardubice in the final. The game was decided by three goals within 207 seconds from the 39th to the 43rd minute of play. The tournament title was the first for HCD since 2011 and its 16th overall.

HCD once again – or Pardubice for the first?

On Sunday afternoon there will be a premiere for the Spengler Cup’s 100 th anniversary in Davos: For the first time in the tournament’s long history, HCD and the Czech championship leading Dynamo Pardubice will face off in the final at 12.10pm.

Pardubice with sensational finish

In dramatic fashion, Dynamo Pardubice qualified for today’s Spengler Cup final in Davos against HCD. The Czechs trailed Team Canada 3-1 until 57 th minute of play. They then made an incredible comeback with 3 goals within 197 seconds.

Happala shoots HCD into the final

In a wild game at the Spengler Cup against Frolunda Gothenburg on Saturday afternoon, HC Davos qualified for tomorrow’s final. Henrik Haapala scored the game-winner 51 seconds into overtime.

Tickets to the final await

The two finalists of the 95 th Spengler Cup will be determined on Saturday. HCD plays Frolunda Gothenburg at 3.10pm and Dynamo Pardubice faces off against Team Canada at 8.15 pm. Beforehand, for the first time ever, there will be a women’s championship matchup at the Spengler Cup between Ambri-Piotta and HCD at 11am.

Team Canada takes no chances

Canada moved into the Spengler Cup semifinals with a decisive 6-3 win over KalPa Kuopio on Friday evening. There the Canadians will battle Dynamo Pardubice for a final berth at 8.15pm.

Frolunda ousts defending champion Ambri-Piotta

Defending champion Ambri-Piotta exited the Spengler Cup with a 5-0 loss to Frolunda Gothenburg on Friday afternoon. The Swedes will face HC Davos in the semifinals at 3.10pm tomorrow.

The Spengler Cup opens its Hall of Fame

A museum on the Spengler Cup’s 100-year history has been established in the spectator corridor of Eisstadion Davos. Next to it the Spengler Cup Hall of Fame has been created. On Friday, the first players and officials were ceremoniously inducted.

Two semi-finalists to be determined

The last two semi-finalists of the 95 th Spengler Cup will be determined on Friday. Ambri-Piott will face Frolunda Gothenburg at 3.10pm. And Team Canada and KalPa Kuopio will clash at 8.15pm.

Pardubice finish atop their group with narrow win

Dynamo Pardubice defeated KalPa Kuopio 2-1 on Thursday afternoon to secure the top spot in their group. Tomas Zohorna scored the game-winner for the leader in the Czech league 174 seconds before the end of regulation.

Battle for group stage wins

The two group stage winners at the 95 th Spengler Cup in Davos will be determined on Thursday. At 3.10pm Dynamo Pardubice will face off against KalPa Kuopio. And at 8.15pm HC Davos will play Team Canada.

Two HCD Swedes down Frolunda

HCD has successfully started into the 95th Spengler Cup with a 4-1 victory over Frolunda Gothenburg on Wednesday night. In a very fast-paced game, it was two Swedes, Dennis Rasmussen (2) and Klas Dahlbeck, who scored the first three goals for Davos. And Davos was backed by their strong goaltender Sandro Aeschlimann.

Ambri-Piotta remains in race for group stage win

HC Ambri-Piotta defeated KalPa Kuopio 5-3 at the Spengler Cup in Davos on Wednesday afternoon. The game was decided early in the third period. To win their group, the Ticinesi now rely on the Finns’ help when they face Dynamo Pardubice.

KalPa and HCD start into the tournament

On the second tournament day, KalPa Kuopio and HCD will make their first appearances at the 95th Spengler Cup. The Finns will take on Ambri-Piotta on Wednesday at 3.10 pm. In the evening game, Davos will host Frolunda HC at 8.15pm.

Team Canada starts with convincing victory

Team Canada defeated tournament newbie Frolunda Gothenburg 4-0 at the 95th Spengler Cup in Davos. Best advertisement with his shutout came from Aaron Dell, the currently unsigned goaltender.