Czech Womens Summer Cup 2012

Czech Womens Summer Cup 2012

07 Aug 2012 | Tyler Bilton
 

Nestled in a river valley in the White Carpathian Mountain range is a municipality named Brumov-Bylnice. The first written record of this area in the Czech Republic was in 1255 AD, and on August 15 another written record will take place when seven women’s ice hockey teams will partake in the 2nd Annual Czech Women’s Summer Cup.

 
 
 
 
The round robin tournament features some of the top clubs in Europe with five of the seven clubs participating in this years IIHF European Women’s Championship Cup.  Tornado Moscow is returning to defend their tournament title after having a very successful 2011-12 campaign winning the European Women’s Championship and the Russian League Championship.  ESC Planegg (Germany), HC Agidal Ufa (Russia), Pantera Minsk (Belarus), EHV Sabres Vienna (Austria), Slavia Praha (Czech Republic), and Team Netherlands will be in the hunt to disrupt Tornado’s quest for a second trophy.

EuroHockey.com will have full coverage of this tournament that will feature many Olympic ice hockey players.

Here is the tournament schedule:
Wednesday, August 15

9:30 – HC Agidel Ufa vs Team Netherlands
11:45 – Pantera Minsk vs. EHV Sabres Vienna
14:00 – Slavia Praha vs. Tornado Moscow
16:15 – HC Agidel UFA vs. ESC Planegg
18:30 – Team Netherlands vs. EHV Sabres Vienna

Thursday August 16

9:00 – Pantera Minsk vs. Slavia Praha
11:15 – Tornado Moscow vs. EHV Sabres Vienna
13:30 – Team Netherlands vs. ESC Planegg
15:45 – HC Agidel UFA vs. Slavia Praha
18:00 – Pantera Minsk vs. Tornado Moscow
20:15 – ESC Planegg vs. EHV Sabres Vienna

Friday August 17

9:30 – Pantera Minsk vs. Team Netherlands
11:45 – HC Agidel Ufa vs. EHV Sabres Vienna
14:00 – Slavia Praha vs. ESC Planegg
16:15 – Team Netherlands vs. Tornado Moscow
18:30 – HC Agidel Ufa vs. Pantera Minsk

Saturday August 18

9:00 – Team Netherlands vs. Slavia Praha
11:15 – HC Agidel Ufa vs. Tornado Moscow
13:30 – Pantera Minsk vs. ESC Planegg
15:45 – EHV Sabres Vienna vs. Slavia Praha
18:00 – ESC Planegg vs. Tornado Moscow

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