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Coppa Italia

  • League status: Active
  • Administered by: Federazione Italiano Sport Ghiaccio
  • Year of start: 1974
  • WWW: http://hockey.fisg.it/
 

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League leaders |  season 2019-2020 all time stats
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Andrea SchinaDHC Varese225720
2.Marcello BorghiFHC Varese233600
3.Dan TedescoLWHC Varese215640
4.Mitch NardiCHC Merano232500
5.Luca AnsoldiRWHC Merano231400
6.Tommaso TerzagoFHC Merano212300
7.Christian BorgatelloDHC Merano212320
8.Manuel Lo PrestiFHC Merano112300
9.Andrea VanettiFHC Varese220220
10.Francesco ValorzFASD Hockey Pergine120200
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2016-2017 format:

- only Serie B teams admitted
- three groups (North, West,East) playing home/away round robin
- The winner of each group and the best runner up advance to superfinals

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Valpellice wins Coppa Italia

Valpellice Bulldogs surprisingly wins its second Coppa Italia (Italian national cup), after the premiere in 2012-2013, by beating current league leader and trophy holder SV Renon 4-3 in the semifinal and host Val Pusteria 3-1 in the final in front of 1800 spectators. It's the first trophy for Valpellice coach Tom Barrasso. Val Pusteria reached final beating 2-1 Asiago in the other semifinal

(13 Dec 2015)
 

Coppa Italia quarter finals kick off on Saturday

On Saturday, 5th of December and Monday, 7th of December, the eight Serie A clubs will compete in the Coppa Italia quarter finals. The winners of the two-game-series will qualify play the Final Four tournament between 12th and 13th of December. Following are the matchups in the first round:

Asiago - Sterzing
Cortina - Pustertal
Gherdeina - Ritten
Valpellice - Fassa

(04 Dec 2015)
 

Renon/Ritten won Coppa Italia

In a beautiful atmosphere, in front of 3.600 spectators in Milan, SV Renon keep Coppa Italia won last season by beating Milano Rossoblu 4-2. It's the third national cup for current Italian champion. Renon won 3-2 at overtime against Val Pusteria in the semifinal, while Milano Rossoblu earns a spot in the final winning 6-2 against Valpellice

(26 Jan 2015)
 

Renon won Coppa Italia

SV Renon won its second Coppa Italia by beating on home ice Val Pusteria 4-3SO with decisive penalty scored by Massimo Ansoldi. It's the second Coppa Italia for Renon that won the trophy also in 2009-10, curiously always against Val Pusteria.
In the semifinals Renon won 2-1 against trophy holder Valpellice, while Val Pusteria defeated 3-1 Asiago.
Renon's Lorenz Daccordo was awarded as game MVP

(02 Dec 2013)
 

Valpellice wins Coppa Italia

Italy National team forward Robert Sirianni was the star in Coppa Italia final, played in a sold out Pala Tazzoli in Turin. He scored 4 goals and served one assist in Valpellice's 7-3 victory against Alleghe.
This is the first ever trophy for the Bulldogs

(13 Jan 2013)
 

Italian Cup Superfinals in Turin

Turin will host Italian Cup Superfinals on January 12 and 13.
Semifinals will be Alleghe Tegola Canadese - Renon and Val Pusteria - Valpellice. The winners will face for the final on Sunday 13. The first 4 teams in Serie A after half of total rounds are qualified for Coppa Italia Superfinals

(22 Dec 2012)
 

Cortina wins Italian National Cup

SG Cortina surprisingly wins Coppa Italia beating Bolzano 4-3 at shoot-outs in Final Four played at Bolzano's Palaonda. In semifinal Cortina won 2-1 in overtime against favorite and Cup holder Val Pusteria
This is 3rd National Cup for Cortina after the victories in 1973-74 and 1974-75

(20 Jan 2012)
 

Italian Cup final four in Bolzano (again)

Italian Hockey Federation decided the venue for 14-15 january National Cup final four: Bolzano's Palaonda for the fourth consecutive year.
Title holder Val Pusteria will face SG Cortina in semifinals,while host Bolzano will play against Alleghe.

Saturday 14 January
Val Pusteria - SG Cortina 17.00 hrs
HC Bolzano Foxes - HC Alleghe 20:30 hrs

Sunday 15 January
Final 20:30 hr

(05 Jan 2012)
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