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The Adler Mannheim (Mannheim Eagles, formerly Mannheimer ERC) are an ice hockey team of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga, the highest ice hockey league in Germanymarker. The team is from Mannheimmarker, a city in the north of Baden-Wurttembergmarker.Currently, the team plays at SAP Arenamarker, where they moved at the beginning of the 2005/06 season after having played at Eisstadion am Friedrichsparkmarker for nearly seven decades from 1938 through 2005.

History

The first incarnation of the Adler Mannheim were the The Mannheimer ice and roller skating club (MERC: Mannheimer Eislauf und Rollschuhclub), founded on May 19, 1938. After the end of the Second World War, they again began operating in 1948.

Successes

The Adler Mannheim were champions of the German Bundesliga, the predecessor of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in 1980. After the Deutsche Eishockey Liga was founded in 1994, the Mannheim Eagles won the championship five more times in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2007. They also won the German Cup in 2003 and 2007 and were runners-up in 2006.

Team roster by year

  • 1979/80: Erich Weishaupt, Joachim Casper, Harold Kreis, Werner Jahn, Brent Meeke, Bogoslaw Malinowski, Norbert Mundo, Marcus Kuhl, Ron Andruff, Holger Meitinger, Peter Obresa, Manfred Wolf, Dany Djakalovic, Peter Ascherl, Elias Vorlicek, Klaus Mangold, Jürgen Adams, Jörg Etz and Roy Roedger; Heinz Weisenbach (coach).












Current roster (2008/2009)



31 Fred Brathwaite Goalkeeper November 24, 1972
33 Danny aus den Birken Goalkeeper February 15, 1985
5 Dan McGillis Defense July 1, 1972
6 Sven Butenschön Defense March 22, 1976
7 Pascal Trepanier Defense September 4, 1973
8 Francois Bouchard Defense August 8, 1973
24 Prestin Ryan Defense January 6, 1980
42 Andy Schneider Defense July 31, 1981
43 Felix Petermann Defense April 11, 1984
44 Christopher Fischer Defense January 24, 1988
90 Benedikt Brückner Defense January 1, 1990
? Denis Reul Defense June 29, 1989
10 Axel Hackert Forward December 14, 1984
11 Colin Beardsmore Forward February 7, 1978
12 Jason Jaspers Forward April 8, 1981
13 Tomas Martinec Forward March 5, 1976
14 Peter Flache Forward March 4, 1982
17 Jason King Forward September 14, 1981
20 René Corbet Forward June 25, 1973
21 Michael Hackert Forward June 21, 1981
22 Colin Forbes Forward February 16, 1976
28 Frank Mauer Forward April 12, 1988
37 Rick Girard Forward May 1, 1974
40 François Méthot Forward April 26, 1978
57 Ronny Arendt Forward November 24, 1980
77 Marcus Kink Forward January 13, 1985
  Teal Fowler Head Coach December 11, 1970 Since February 28, 2009


Mannheimer ERC WildCats (women)

The female contingent of the Mannheimer ERC carries the name "Wild Cats." The most successful period in the WildCats' career was between 1988 and 1994 during which they won three German championships and vice-championships. The Wildcats did not play during the 2005-2006 season after four players terminated their contracts. Therefore, they were forced to temporarily withdraw from the league.

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