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HC Ambrì-Piotta
Founded 1937
Home ice Valasciamarker
Based in Quintomarker, Switzerlandmarker
League Nationalliga A
Head coach Rostislav Cada

Hockey Club Ambrì-Piotta is a Swissmarker professional ice hockey club, and members of Nationalliga A. The club was founded in 1937 and is also known as "Bianco-Blu" (English: white and blues), and has played at the club-owned Valascia arena since 1959. HC Ambri-Piotta won the Continental Cup in 1999 & 2000, and the Super Cup in 1999. The club has not been relegated to Nationalliga B since promotion in 1985, the same year that saw the arrival of Dale McCourt.


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

The Valascia arean is 1000m meters above sea level and is open at each end. Temperatures are sometimes below freezing. The standing section is known as the Curva Sud, and the stadium has seating for 2000 and standing room for 5000 spectators.


Coach Rostislav Cada
Asst. Luca Cereda
Asst. Diego Scandella
1 Jonas Müller
3 Lorenzo Croce
30 Thomas Bäumle
33 Giacomo Beltrametti
60 Karol Križan
2 Jakub Horak
4 Ralph Bundi
6 Nick Naumenko
8 Nicola Celio
10 Daniele Marghitola
23 Marc Gautschi
27 Fabian Stephan
53 Daniele Mattioli
80 Zdenek Kutlak
7 Erik Westrum
11 Lovis Schönenberger
18 Gregory Sciaroni
25 Martin Sonnenberg
38 Claudio Micheli
43 Mauro Zanetti
45 Mirko Murovic
46 Paolo Duca
51 Grégory Christen
55 Alain Demuth
63 Mattia Bianchi
65 Reto Stirnimann
91 Julian Walker

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