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HC Ambr%C3%AC-Piotta
HC Ambrì-Piotta
2019-20 NL season
HC Ambrì-Piotta logo.svg
CityAmbrì and Piotta
(Quinto, Switzerland)
LeagueNational League
Founded1937
Home arenaValascia
Colors         
General managerPaolo Duca
Head coachLuca Cereda
CaptainElias Bianchi
AffiliatesHCB Ticino Rockets
Websitewww.hcap.ch

Hockey Club Ambrì-Piotta is a Swiss professional ice hockey club and a member of the National League (NL). The club was founded September 19, 1937 and is also known as "Bianco-Blu" (English: white and blues). Though they have never won the league championship, the club has not been relegated to the Swiss League since being promoted in 1985, the same year that saw the arrival of Dale McCourt.

History

The fans in 2014

Ambrì and Piotta are two very small villages in the municipality of Quinto, located in the northern part of the valley Leventina canton Ticino, with a combined population of 500 people. Ambrì-Piotta has more than 40 fan clubs all over Europe. For major events, like the derby against southern rivals HC Lugano, the fans compose a choreography. When Ambrì wins a game, fans rejoice to the valley anthem La Montanara.[1]

The team on the ice in 2014

Since 1959, they have called their self-owned Valascia as their home. Standing 1,000 meters above sea level, it is an open-ended facility with 2,000 seats and additional standing room space for 5,000.[2]

Facing financial strains the team raised roughly 5 million Swiss Francs in the summer of 2013. The donations given to HC Ambri-Piotta came from both large and small donations, many of which were given via SMS. The efforts of the team and its fans have secured the right to play in the National League.[3]

Honors

Champions

Runners-up

Players

Current roster

Updated 26 December 2019.[4][5]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
20 Switzerland Elias Bianchi (C) LW L 30 2009 Lugano, Switzerland
1 Switzerland Benjamin Conz G R 28 2017 St. Ursanne, Switzerland
36 Canada Matt D'Agostini RW R 33 2016 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
14 Switzerland Giacomo Dal Pian C R 26 2019 Lugano, Switzerland
7 Switzerland Isacco Dotti D L 27 2018 Mairengo, Switzerland
90 Switzerland Jannik Fischer D L 29 2018 Baar, Switzerland
10 United States Brian Flynn C R 31 2019 Lynnfield, Massachusetts
5 Germany Tobias Fohrler D R 22 2019 Troisdorf, Germany
29 Switzerland Michael Fora (A) D R 24 2018 Giubiasco, Switzerland
26 Italy Tommaso Goi C R 30 2017 Varese, Italy
25 Switzerland Mattia Hinterkircher LW L 25 2019 Zürich, Switzerland
91 Austria Fabio Hofer C/RW R 29 2018 Lustenau, Austria
71 Switzerland Patrick Incir RW R 25 2017 Aurigeno, Switzerland
17 Switzerland Igor Jelovac D L 25 2016 Bern, Switzerland
11 Switzerland Johnny Kneubuehler C/RW L 23 2018 Reiden, Switzerland
22 Italy Diego Kostner C R 27 2016 Bressanone, Italy
79 Switzerland Daniel Manzato G L 36 2018 Fribourg, Switzerland
24 Switzerland Elia Mazzolini LW L 23 2017 Lugano, Switzerland
21 Switzerland Misha Moor D R 22 2016 Savosa, Switzerland
13 Switzerland Marco Müller (A) C L 26 2017 Zuchwil, Switzerland
82 Switzerland Michaël Ngoy D L 38 2016 Lausanne, Switzerland
12 Czech Republic Jiri Novotny C R 36 2018 Pelhrimov, Czech Republic
60 Sweden Viktor Östlund G L 25 2019 Stockholm, Sweden
23 Austria Julian Payr D L 19 2019 Feldkirch, Austria
55 Switzerland Christian Pinana D L 23 2015 Bellinzona, Switzerland
44 Italy Nick Plastino D R 34 2017 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
9 Switzerland Dario Rohrbach RW L 21 2018 Langenthal, Switzerland
65 Slovenia Robert Saboli? LW L 31 2019 Jesenice, Yugoslavia
18 Switzerland Noele Trisconi RW R 23 2015 Zug, Switzerland
16 Austria Dominic Zwerger LW L 23 2017 Dornbirn, Austria


NHL alumni

References

  1. ^ "What Does Geronimo Have to Do with Ice Hockey?". Give 'em the Lumber #3 (2007).
  2. ^ "Ambri-Piotta resists urbanisation". www.iihf.com. 2008-07-31. Archived from the original on 2011-05-26. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "HCAP reach 5 million through own capital". HC Ambrì-Piotta (in German). 2013-05-06. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Prima squadra" (in Italian). www.hcap.ch. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Erste Mannschaft" (in German). www.hcap.ch. Retrieved .

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