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Spengler Cup is an annual ice hockey tournament held in Davosmarker, Switzerlandmarker. Originally held in 1923, the Spengler Cup tournament is one of the oldest international ice hockey club team tournaments in the world. The tournament, entry to which is by invitation, is hosted by the Swiss team HC Davos. The tournament is played each year in Davos, Switzerland, between Christmas and New Year's Day. It features club teams from around the world. Dynamo Moscow are the current (2008) Spengler Cup champions.

The Spengler Cup is broadcast on Eurosport 2 in most of Europe, on RTR Sport in Russia, and on Rogers Sportsnet in Canada.

History

The Cup was first awarded in 1923 to the Oxford University Ice Hockey Club, composed of Canadianmarker students, most notably future Prime Minister of Canada Lester Pearson. The tournament was then dominated by Czechoslovakianmarker and Sovietmarker teams between 1965 and 1983. In 1984 Team Canada - predominantly made up of Canadians playing in Europe - began participating and has since won the Cup eleven times.

From its inception until 1978, the tournament was played on an outdoor rink. The outdoor rink still exists outside the indoor arena, and is one of the largest outdoor rinks in the world. Starting in 1978, all tournament games have been played indoors.The cup was originally made out of the skin of swiss mountain lions and was the shape of a puck with the world on top. In 1956 the cup was given a new look that still stands today.

Trophy

The current cup consists of a golden globe supported by silver hockey sticks on a round base. The trophy is named after the founder Dr. Carl Spengler of Davos.

Spengler Cup winners

Year Winner Runner-up
1923 Oxford University HC Davos
1924 BSC Berlin HC Davos
1925 Oxford University HC Davos
1926 BSC Berlin HC Davos
1927 HC Davos BSC Berlin
1928 BSC Berlin HC Davos
1929 LTC Prague HC Davos
1930 LTC Prague HC Davos
1931 Oxford University HC Davos
1932 LTC Prague

Oxford University 1
HC Davos
1933 HC Davos LTC Prague
1934 Diavoli Rossoneri Milano HC Davos
1935 Diavoli Rossoneri Milano HC Davos
1936 HC Davos
1937 LTC Prague HC Davos
1938 HC Davos LTC Prague
19392
19402
1941 HC Davos Berliner SC
1942 HC Davos Zürcher SC
1943 HC Davos
1944 Zürcher SC HC Davos
1945 Zürcher SC HC Davos
1946 LTC Prague HC Davos
1947 LTC Prague HC Davos
1948 LTC Prague HC Davos
19493
1950 Diavoli Rossoneri Milano HC Davos
1951 HC Davos
1952 EV Füssen HC Davos
1953 HC Milano Inter HC Davos
1954 HC Milano Inter HC Davos
1955 Rudá Hvězda Brno HC Davos
19564
1957 HC Davos Rudá Hvězda Brno
1958 HC Davos Diavoli Rossoneri Milano
1959 ACBB Paris HC Davos
1960 ACBB Paris HC Davos
1961 ACBB Paris HC Davos
1962 Sparta Prague HC Davos
1963 Sparta Prague HC Davos
1964 EV Füssen HC Davos
1965 Dukla Jihlava HC Davos
1966 Dukla Jihlava HC Davos
1967 Lokomotiv Moscow HC Davos
1968 Dukla Jihlava HC Davos
1969 Lokomotiv Moscow HC Davos
1970 SKA Leningrad Dukla Jihlava
1971 SKA Leningrad Dukla Jihlava
1972 HC Slovan Bratislava Torpedo Gorkiy
1973 HC Slovan Bratislava Traktor Chelyabinsk
1974 HC Slovan Bratislava Team Poland
1975 Czechoslovak Olympia
1976 USSRmarker B
1977 SKA Leningrad
 Dukla Jihlava
1978 Dukla Jihlava
 Solna HC
1979 Krylya Sovetov Moscow Düsseldorfmarker
1980 Spartak Moscow HC Vítkovice
1981 Spartak Moscow
 HC Davos
1982 Dukla Jihlava Spartak Moscow
1983 Dynamo Moscow Dukla Jihlava
1984 Team Canada Dukla Jihlava
1985 Spartak Moscow
 Team Canada
1986 Team Canada Sokol Kiev
1987 Team Canada Krylya Sovetov Moscow
1988 USA Selects
 Team Canada
1989 Spartak Moscow
 Färjestads BK
1990 Spartak Moscow
 Team Canada
1991 CSKA Moscow HC Lugano
1992 Team Canada Färjestads BK
1993 Färjestads BK HC Davos
1994 Färjestads BK HC Davos
1995 Team Canada HC Lada Togliatti
1996 Team Canada HC Davos
1997 Team Canada Färjestads BK
1998 Team Canada Kölner Haie
1999 Kölner Haie Metallurg Magnitogorsk
2000 HC Davos Team Canada
2001 HC Davos Team Canada
2002 Team Canada HC Davos
2003 Team Canada HC Davos
2004 HC Davos HC Sparta Praha
2005 Metallurg Magnitogorsk Team Canada
2006 HC Davos Team Canada
2007 Team Canada HC Salavat Yulaev Ufa
2008 HC Dynamo Moscow Team Canada


1 Oxford University and LTC Prague play 0-0 after overtime. Both teams are declared winners.
2 Cup not held due to World War II.
3 Cup not held.
4 Cup not held.


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