CHL determined ranking for the draw

CHL determined ranking for the draw

Davide Tuniz29 Apr 2015Davide Tuniz»

The 48 teams were divided in 3 baskets to form the 16 groups during the draw of May, 13 in Prague

The 48 clubs partecipants in next Champions Hockey League were organized in three big groups of 16 teams each, according to the classification of the country in which they playing and to their performance in the play-offs. Thus the ranking is determined by following criteria:
  1. The champions of Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Austria and Germany
  2. The regular-season winners of same six countries. If national champion and regular season winner are the same team, the second-placed team enters in this group
  3. All the other teams with the 10 teams that received a wild-card ranked from 39 to 48

The 16 groups drawn will be formed with one team from each pot, the top two teams from each group of three teams will qualify for the knockout stages, which will be played on home/away system with the exception of the final. The group phase will last from 20 August to 6 September. The final will take place on 9 February.

Pot A (116)

Pot B (1732)

Pot C (3348)

1. Växjö Lakers SWE17. Vienna Capitals AUT33.HC Fribourg-Gottéron SUI
2. Kärpät Oulu FIN18. ERC Ingolstadt GER34. Krefeld Pinguine GER
3. HC Litvínov CZE19. Linköping HC SWE35. Färjestad Karlstad SWE
4. HC Davos SUI20. JYP Jyväskylä FIN36. IFK Helsinki FIN
5. Red Bull Salzburg AUT21. HC Pardubice CZE37. Djurgården Stockholm SWE 
6. Adler Mannheim GER22.Genève-Servette SUI38. TPS Turku FIN
7. Skellefteå AIK SWE23. KAC Klagenfurt AUT39. HC Košice SVK
8. Tappara Tampere FIN24. Düsseldorfer EG GER40. Stavanger Oilers NOR
9. Oceláři Třinec CZE25. HV 71 Jönköping SWE       41. SønderjyskE Vojens DEN
10. ZSC Lions SUI26. Espoo Blues FIN42. Sheffield Steelers GBR
11. Black Wings Linz AUT27. Vítkovice Ostrava CZE43. Gap Rapaces FRA
12. Red Bull Munich GER28. EV Zug SUI44. HK Nitra SVK
13. Frölunda Gothenburg SWE 29. Eisbären Berlin GER45. Storhamar Hamar NOR
14. Lukko Rauma FIN30. Luleå Hockey SWE46. Braehead Clan GBR
15. Sparta Prague CZE31. KalPa Kuopio FIN47. Grenoble FRA
16. CP Bern SUI32. Bílí Tygři Liberec CZE48. Neman Grodno BLR

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