1912 LIHG Championship was the first edition of the LIHG Championships. The tournament was held from March 20-24, 1912, in Brussels, Belgium. Germany won the championship, the Oxford Canadians finished second, and Belgium finished third.
Game Scores Edit
- Oxford Canadians Switzerland 7:3 (4:0, 3:3)
- Belgium Switzerland 6:1 (1:0, 5:1)
- Germany Oxford Canadians 9:8 (4:5, 5:3)
- Germany Belgium 8:4 (3:3, 5:1)
- Oxford Canadians France 17:1 (5:0, 12:1)
- Germany Switzerland 11:3 (5:1, 6:1)
Belgium - Oxford Canadians 5:5 (1:1, 4:4)
- Germany France 3:0 (0:0, 3:0)
- France Switzerland 8:1 (5:0, 3:1)
- Belgium France 5:3 (1:1, 4:2)
Final Table Edit
Team rosters Edit
Skaters: Hans Georgii, Charles Hartley, Franz Lange, Paul Martin, Johan Ollus, Walter Sachs, Alfred Steinke Goaltender: Erich Hohndorf
2 Oxford Canadians
Robert Tait (others unknown)
Skaters: Etienne Coupez, Fernand De Blommaert, Maurice Deprez, Paul Goeminne, Aemilius Jarvis, William Jarvis, Leopold Siersack, Henri Van den Bulcke Goaltender: Roger Van der Straten-Ponthoz
Skaters: Paul Anspach, Andre Brasseur, Pierre Charpentier, Alfred de Rauch, Robert Lacroix, Louis Magnus, Henry Masson, Raymond Mezieres Goaltender: Maurice del Valle
Skaters: Andre Berdez, Bernard Bossi, Fernand De Smeth, Léon Goossens, Max Holsboer, Paul Loicq, Max Sillig, Walter Stoos, B. Tuck Goaltenders: G. Dressler, Francois Vergult
Müller, Stephan (2005). International Ice Hockey Encyclopaedia 1904–2005. Germany: Books on Demand. ISBN 3-8334-4189-5.
External links Edit
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