The 1927 German Ice Hockey Championship was the 11th season of the German Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Germany. SC Riessersee won the championship by defeating SC Charlottenburg in the final.
The competition was originally intended to be staged on January 15 and 16, 1927, in Füssen. Due to inclement weather, it was rescheduled for February 5 and 6, at the same location.
|3.||Berliner SV 1892||7||3||4||0||10||4||10|
|4.||SC Brandenburg Berlin||7||3||2||2||8||6||8|
|8.||Berliner Sport Club||5||0||2||3||2||8||2|
|9.||Berliner EV 1886||6||0||2||4||2||10||2|
|10.||TC Schwarz Grün Berlin||3||0||1||2||1||5||1|
SC Charlottenburg and Berliner SC qualified for the national championship. BSC lost to Tegeler EV on forfeit as French player Gerard Simond was on the roster for their game against them, which was against the competition bylaws. The full playing schedule was not completed.
- EV Füssen - HG Nuremberg 1:0 - teams agreed to play match as friendly due to bad ice, 1:3 (0:1, 1:2)
- SC Riessersee - Münchener EV 2:0
- SC Riessersee - HG Nuremberg 8:2 (5:2, 3:0)
SC Riessersee and HG Nuremberg qualified for the national championship.
East Prussian ChampionshipEdit
Won by VfB Königsberg.
Berliner Schlittschuhclub withdrew as Gustav Jaenecke and Horst Orbanowski were unable to play, owing to studies. VfB Königsberg and HG Nuremberg also withdrew. Thus, the semifinal losers of the Bavarian Championship played off to earn a spot in the semifinals of the national championship.
|ESV Füssen||–||Münchener EV||4:3|
|SC Charlottenburg||–||ESV Füssen||5:3|
|SC Riessersee||–||HC Stuttgart||24:0|
3rd place gameEdit
|ESV Füssen||–||HC Stuttgart||4:0|
|SC Riessersee||–||SC Charlottenburg||2:1 (2 OT)|
- SC Riessersee - HG Nuremberg 5:1 (4:0, 1:1)
- Munchener EV - HG Nuremberg 2:0 (1:0, 1:0)
- HG Nuremberg - EC Nuremberg 2:0 (1:0, 1:0)
- SC Charlottenburg - Munchener EV 3:1
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This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia