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Crash Eagles Kaarst from Germany won the IISHF U19 European Cup 2022.

Crash Eagles Kaarst from Germany won the IISHF U19 European Cup 2022.

Rossemaison from Switzerland came second, and Bissendorfer Panther from Germany came third in this title event that took place in RossemaisonSwitzerland on July 1-3.

Kaarst won the IISHF U19 Cup Title three times in a row (years 2018, 2019, 2022). The club  has historically won 11 Gold Medals, 5 thereof in U19 European Cups. The club remains the most successful club in IISHF Title Event History over all categories (11 Gold, 6 Silver, 6 Bronze). Rossemaison maintains its position as the club with the most European Medals (5 Gold, 12 Silver, 12 Bronze). 

The Fair Play Cup was won by Rolling Aventicum, Switzerland (10 penalty minutes on 5 infractions in 6 games).

All Star Team as voted by all team managers.

Best Goakeeper

Juliana Pasetto

Best Outfield players

Axel Simonet
Bennet Otten
Jean-Lennert Reckert
Luca Foglia

Top Scorer:

Team Name G A PTS
1 Erik Jorge Schöler 16 7 23
2 Jean-Lennert Reckert 10 11 21
3 Felix Busch 8 3 11
4 Bennet Otten 5 4 9
5 Luca Foglia 4 5 9

Top Goalies:

Team Name MIN GAA SO
1 Juliana Pasetto 124:50 1.60 0
2 Tobias Courbat 132:45 1.66 2
3 Romain Schmultz 99:00 2.00 1
4 Maja-Maria Dyck 148:11 2.29 1
5 Max Drücker 120:00 2.83 0

Standings:

Team Place
Crash Eagles Kaarst 1
Rossemaison 2
Bissendorf Panthers 3
Sayaluca Lugano 4
Ajoie 5
Rolling Avectivum 6
Dragons Heilbronn 7
Medway Assasins 8
Crefelder SC 9
MJ Lèchelles - La Tour 10

Further information on the IISHF U19 European Cup 2022 including detailed player and team statistics can be found here:


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