|2019-20 NL season|
|Home arena||Vaillant Arena|
|General manager||Raeto Raffainer|
|Head coach||Christian Wohlwend|
Hockey Club Davos is a professional Swiss ice hockey club based in Davos, Switzerland. Davos plays in the National League (NL). The team is usually a strong force in the league and often bolster their roster with Swiss national team players and players who once played for National Hockey League teams. HC Davos also has hosted the annual Spengler Cup tournament, an invitational competition, since 1923.
It is generally referred to by its abbreviation "HCD" by the fans.
HC Davos was founded in 1921. In 1923, Davos presented the first Spengler Cup, one of the oldest tournaments in sports still being played.
HC Davos was led by a forward line known as "The ni-storm" (German: Der ni-sturm) from 1933 to 1950, which included Bibi Torriani, and with brothers Hans Cattini and Ferdinand Cattini. The line was named for the last syllable (-ni) of players' surnames. The ni-storm was regarded as the top line of HC Davos and the Switzerland men's national ice hockey team from 1933 to 1950. During this time, the club won 18 Swiss championships, and six Spengler Cups.
The team was relegated into 1. Liga in 1990, one of the lowest points in its history. After a new beginning, the club moved into the Swiss League, and two years later returned to the NL. Davos has been among the best teams in the league since, with recent league championships in 2002, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, and 2015.
Updated 6 July 2019.
|19||Marc Aeschlimann||C||L||26||2013||Lugano, Switzerland|
|29||Sandro Aeschlimann||G||L||26||2019||Zäziwil, Switzerland|
|10||Andres Ambühl (C)||RW||R||38||2013||Davos, Switzerland|
|77||Thierry Bader||C||L||24||2018||Winterthur, Switzerland|
|57||Davyd Barandun||D||L||21||2017||Sumy, Ukraine|
|98||Benjamin Baumgartner||C||L||21||2018||Zell am See, Austria|
|25||Dominic Buchli||D||R||23||2017||Davos, Switzerland|
|70||Enzo Corvi||C||R||28||2012||Chur, Switzerland|
|62||Félicien Du Bois (A)||D||R||37||2014||La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland|
|22||Nando Eggenberger||LW||L||21||2019||Chur, Switzerland|
|96||Chris Egli||C/LW||L||25||2014||Sursee, Switzerland|
|93||Yannick Frehner||RW||R||23||2017||Chur, Switzerland|
|92||Lorenzo Glarner||C||L||22||2018||Davos, Switzerland|
|23||Samuel Guerra||D||L||28||2019||Sorengo, Switzerland|
|38||Oliver Heinen||D||L||21||2018||Visp, Switzerland|
|61||Fabrice Herzog||RW||L||26||2019||Frauenfeld, Switzerland|
|13||Luca Hischier||C||L||26||2018||Naters, Switzerland|
|90||Sven Jung||D||L||26||2014||Oberthal, Switzerland|
|9||Tino Kessler||C||R||25||2013||Weesen, Switzerland|
|16||Lorenz Kienzle||D||R||33||2019||Schaffhausen, Switzerland|
|17||Perttu Lindgren||C||L||34||2013||Tampere, Finland|
|88||Dario Meyer||RW||L||24||2018||Bern, Switzerland|
|94||Florian Niedermaier||C||L||26||2019||Davos, Switzerland|
|27||Magnus Nygren||D||R||31||2017||Karlstad, Sweden|
|11||Aaron Palushaj||RW||R||32||2019||Livonia, Michigan, United States|
|71||Claude-Curdin Paschoud||D||L||27||2011||Davos, Switzerland|
|97||Jerome Portmann||LW||L||24||2015||Davos, Switzerland|
|75||Lukas Stoop||D||R||31||2018||Flums, Switzerland|
|30||Joren van Pottelberghe||G||L||24||2016||Zug, Switzerland|
|56||Dino Wieser (A)||LW||L||32||2006||Scuol, Switzerland|
|65||Marc Wieser||RW||R||33||2014||Küblis, Switzerland|
These are the top-ten point-scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed NL/SL/MySports League/ regular season.
Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games Played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game