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'''Champions Hockey League''' er en [[Europa|europæisk]] [[ishockey]]turnering lanceret af 26 klubber, seks ligaer og [[International Ice Hockey Federation]] (IIHF), som starter i sæsonen [[ 2014–15 Champions Hockey League|2014–15 season]]. The tournament will feature several teams from the first-tier leagues of at least six countries in Europe.
== Background ==
The IIHF launched [[Champions Hockey League (2008–09)|a tournament with the same name]] in 2008 to coincide with the IIHF's 100th anniversary. [[2008–09 Champions Hockey League|The tournament's only season]] was played between 8 October 2008 and 28 January 2009, and was won by the [[ZSC Lions]] who got to play in the [[2009 Victoria Cup]] game as a result. The IIHF planned to launch another season, but was ultimately forced to cancel the tournament due to problems with finding sponsors and failure to agree on a format. On 9 December 2013, the IIHF officially announced that they had launched a new tournament with the same name, born out of the [[European Trophy]], starting in the [[2014–15 Champions Hockey League|2014–15 season]].<ref name="Season announced">{{cite web |url= |title=New era dawns for Europe |publisher=International Ice Hockey Federation}}</ref>
== 2014–15 season ==
{{main|2014–15 Champions Hockey League}}
The 2014–15 season's regulation round will be played between 21 August 2014 and 7 October 2014. 44 clubs from twelve different [[Europe]]an countries will participate in the season and be divided into eleven groups of four teams each. Each team will play a [[round-robin tournament|double round-robin]] in their group, for a total of 6 games per team. The eleven group winners as well as the top five group runners-up will qualify for the play-offs, which will begin on 4 November 2014 and end with the final on 4 February 2015. The play-offs will be played as a [[single-elimination tournament]]. In total, 161 games will be played (including the regulation round and play-offs). A draw taking place in [[Minsk]], [[Belarus]] on 21 May 2014 will determine the groups.<ref name="Season announced" /><ref name="Ready for takeoff">{{cite web |url= |title=Ready for takeoff |date=2014-02-27 |publisher=International Ice Hockey Federation}}</ref>
== Teams ==
44 clubs from the first-tier leagues of at least eight different [[Europe]]an countries will participate each season. Teams can qualify for the tournament by obtaining either an A, B or C license.<ref name="Ready for takeoff" />
* '''A license''': The 26 founding clubs are granted an "A license", provided that they play in the first-tier league of their respective system.<ref name="Djurgarden not eligible to play unless promoted">{{cite web |url= |title=CHL: Ny era i europeisk klubbhockey |publisher=[[Djurgårdens IF Hockey]] | |language=Swedish |date=2013-12-09 |accessdate=2013-12-19}}</ref>
* '''B license''': Two teams—the top regular season team and the top playoff team in the previous season without an A license—from each of the founding leagues (Austrian [[Austrian Hockey League|EBEL]], [[Czech Extraliga]], Finnish [[Liiga]], German [[Deutsche Eishockey Liga|DEL]], Swiss [[National League A|NLA]] and Swedish [[Swedish Hockey League|SHL]]) will also participate.<ref name="Ebel Qualifikationskriterien">[ Qualifikationskriterien für die Champions Hockey League]</ref> If these top teams are already founding clubs with A licenses, other teams from the league can take the B license spots. The order the B licenses will be handed out is:<ref name="Ebel Qualifikationskriterien"/><ref name="IIHF new clubs">[ New clubs join CHL]</ref>
# National champion
# Regular season winner
# Runner-up, regular season
# Play-off finalist
# Best placed semifinal loser
# Worst placed semifinal loser
:If the leagues after that still don't reach their guaranteed number of places (EBEL: 4; DEL, NLA and Extraliga: 5; SHL and Liiga: 6) the third and fourth placed team in the regular season also can be considered.<ref name="Växjös chanser">{{cite web |url= |title=Sex nya lag klara för Champions League – så ser Växjös chanser ut |date=2014-03-26 | |language=sv}}</ref>
* '''C license''': Two to six "wild card" teams, from European first-tier leagues other than the founding ones, will also participate. The C license teams will be drawn from amongst the champions of the [[Elite.A]] (Italy), [[Elite Ice Hockey League]] (United Kingdom), [[GET-ligaen]] (Norway), [[Ligue Magnus]] (France), [[Metal Ligaen]] (Denmark), and [[Slovak Extraliga]] (Slovakia).<ref name="Ready for takeoff" />
{{Location map+|Northern and Central Europe|width=600|float=none
|alt=Team locations CHL Founding members
|caption=Founding clubs of the Champions Hockey League. Leagues: [[File:Black pog.svg|8px|link=]] [[Austrian Hockey League|EBEL]], [[File:Green pog.svg|8px|link=]] [[Czech Extraliga|ELH]], [[File:Blue pog.svg|8px|link=]] [[Liiga]], [[File:Red pog.svg|8px|link=]] [[Deutsche Eishockey Liga|DEL]], [[File:Turquoise pog.svg|8px|link=]] [[National League A|NLA]], [[File:Gold pog.svg|8px|link=]] [[Swedish Hockey League|SHL]].
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=47|lat_min=48|lon_deg=13|lon_min=02|position=bottom|background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Black pog.svg |label=[[EC Red Bull Salzburg|Salzburg]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=48|lat_min=12|lon_deg=16|lon_min=22|position=bottom|background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Black pog.svg |label=[[Vienna Capitals|Vienna]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=50|lat_min=43|lon_deg=15|lon_min=04|position=top |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Green pog.svg|label=[[HC Bílí Tygři Liberec|Liberec]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=50|lat_min=02|lon_deg=15|lon_min=46|position=bottom|background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Green pog.svg|label=[[HC Pardubice|Pardubice]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=50|lat_min=06|lon_deg=14|lon_min=26|position=left |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Green pog.svg|label=[[HC Sparta Praha|Sparta&nbsp;Praha]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=49|lat_min=48|lon_deg=18|lon_min=15|position=right |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Green pog.svg|label=[[HC Vítkovice Steel|Vítkovice]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=60|lat_min=10|lon_deg=24|lon_min=56|position=right |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Blue pog.svg |label=[[HIFK (ice hockey)|HIFK]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=62|lat_min=14|lon_deg=25|lon_min=43|position=right |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Blue pog.svg |label=[[JYP Jyväskylä|JYP]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=62|lat_min=53|lon_deg=27|lon_min=40|position=top |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Blue pog.svg |label=[[KalPa]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=65|lat_min=01|lon_deg=25|lon_min=29|position=right |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Blue pog.svg |label=[[Oulun Kärpät|Kärpät]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=61|lat_min=30|lon_deg=23|lon_min=46|position=right |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Blue pog.svg |label=[[Tappara]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=60|lat_min=27|lon_deg=22|lon_min=16|position=left |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Blue pog.svg |label=[[HC TPS|TPS]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=49|lat_min=27|lon_deg=08|lon_min=31|position=left |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Red pog.svg |label=[[Adler Mannheim|Mannheim]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=52|lat_min=30|lon_deg=13|lon_min=23|position=top |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Red pog.svg |label=[[Eisbären Berlin|Eisbären&nbsp;Berlin]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=48|lat_min=46|lon_deg=11|lon_min=26|position=left |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Red pog.svg |label=[[ERC Ingolstadt|Ingolstadt]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=51|lat_min=20|lon_deg=06|lon_min=32|position=right |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Red pog.svg |label=[[Krefeld Pinguine|Krefeld]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=46|lat_min=58|lon_deg=07|lon_min=28|position=top |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Turquoise pog.svg|label=[[SC Bern|Bern]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=46|lat_min=49|lon_deg=07|lon_min=09|position=left |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Turquoise pog.svg|label=[[HC Fribourg-Gottéron|Fribourg]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=47|lat_min=25|lon_deg=08|lon_min=33|position=top|background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Turquoise pog.svg|label=[[ZSC Lions|ZSC]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=47|lat_min=11|lon_deg=08|lon_min=30|position=right|background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Turquoise pog.svg|label=[[EV Zug|Zug]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=59|lat_min=21|lon_deg=18|lon_min=04|position=right |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Gold pog.svg |label=[[Djurgårdens IF Hockey|Djurgården]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=57|lat_min=42|lon_deg=11|lon_min=58|position=left |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Gold pog.svg |label=[[Frölunda HC|Frölunda]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=59|lat_min=23|lon_deg=13|lon_min=32|position=left |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Gold pog.svg |label=[[Färjestad BK|Färjestad]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=57|lat_min=47|lon_deg=14|lon_min=10|position=bottom|background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Gold pog.svg |label=[[HV71]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=58|lat_min=24|lon_deg=15|lon_min=37|position=right |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Gold pog.svg |label=[[Linköpings HC|Linköping]]}}
{{Location map~|Northern and Central Europe|lat_deg=65|lat_min=36|lon_deg=22|lon_min=09|position=left |background=#FFFFFF|label_size=70|mark=Gold pog.svg |label=[[Luleå HF|Luleå]]}}
== Prize money ==
In the [[2014–15 Champions Hockey League|2014–15 season]], 40 teams will compete for a grand total of 1.5 million [[euro]]s. However, the money distribution has not been announced.<ref name="Ready for takeoff" />
== European Trophy ==
The winner of the Competition will be acclaimed as the undisputed ice hockey club champion of Europe and shall receive the “European Trophy”. <ref></ref>
== See also ==
{{Portal|Ice hockey}}
* [[European Trophy]], a similar tournament played annually from 2006, disbanded after 2013. European Trophy is the precursor to Champions Hockey League. The names of all four recent European Trophy winners engraved in the Trophy. <ref></ref>
== References ==
== External links ==
* [ Official website]
* [ Official Twitter account]
* [ Official Facebook page]
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