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The 1934 German Ice Hockey Championship was the 18th season of the German Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Germany. SC Brandenburg Berlin won the championship by defeating SC Riessersee in the final.

The championship was played in conjunction with the fourth Deutsche Winterkampfspiele in Schierke from January 28-31, 1934.

In 1933, the Nazis formed 16 "Sportgaues" for the organization of regional competitions. The Gaus were numbered as follows and corresponded to the region in brackets: Gau I (LV Ostdeutschland - East Prussia), Gau II/III (Brandenburg ESV), Gau IV (Nieder-und-Oberschleisischer ESV - Upper and Lower Silesia), Gau V/VI (Mitteldeutscher [Central German] Eis-und Rollsportverband), Gau VII/VIII (Norddeutscher [North German] ESV), Gau IX-XIII (partially the Sudwestdeutscher [South West German] ESV), Gau XIV/XV (for the new Baden-Wurttemberg federation), Gau XVI (Bayerischer ESV and the Tiroler-Landes-Eisschiess-Verband).

Four teams from Gau II/III and V/VI, two from Gau I and XVI, and one from Gaus IV, VII/VIII, IX-XIII, and XIV/XV were eligible to participate in the national championship.

Brandenburg ChampionshipEdit

Berlin-LigaEdit

Club GP W T L GF GA Pts
1. Berliner Schlittschuhclub 7 5 1 1 54 9 11
2. SC Brandenburg Berlin 7 5 1 1 30 6 11
3. Tegeler EV 7 4 0 3 9 19 8
4. Zehlendorfer Wespen 7 4 0 3 18 25 8
5. Berliner Eislauf-Club 7 3 1 3 14 3 7*
6. Berliner Hockey-Club 7 3 0 4 21 36 6
7. BFC Preuseen 7 1 1 5 10 22 3
8. Berliner SV 1892 7 1 0 6 5 41 2

(*Berliner EC lost three games by forfeit. The games were recorded as having 0:0 scores.)

1. KlasseEdit

Final

Bavarian ChampionshipEdit

Klasse AEdit

Qualification round
Semifinals
Final
  • EV Füssen - SC Riessessee 1:1 OT - game halted after one OT due to poor ice. Game was planned to be replayed but Riessersee forfeit, ceding the title to Fussen

Both teams advanced to the national championship.

Klasse BEdit

Danzig ChampionshipEdit

Upper Silesian ChampionshipEdit

  • EV Gleiwitz - EV Beuthen 09 1:4 (1:0, 0:1, 0:3)
  • EV Beuthen 09 - Grüngold Beuthen 10:0 (1:0, 5:0, 4:0)
  • EV Hindenburg - EV Gleiwitz 4:0 (1:0, 2:0, 1:0)
  • EV Hindenburg - Grüngold Beuthen 8:0 (4:0, 1:0, 3:0)
  • EV Beuthen 09 - EV Hindenburg 1:0 (stopped)
  • EV Gleiwitz - Grüngold Beuthen 3:0
  • EV Beuthen 09 - EV Hindenburg - walkover - final
Friendly matches
  • EV Hindenburg - Grüngold Beuthen 7:0 (2:0, 2:0, 3:0)
  • EV Beuthen 09 - EV Gleiwitz 4:0 (3:0, 1:0, 0:0)
  • EV Gleiwitz - Grüngold Beuthen 3:2 (0:0, 2:1, 1:1)
  • EV Hindenburg - EV Oppeln 2:1 (1:0, 0:1, 1:0)
Klasse B
  • EV Oppeln - EV Hindenburg II 4:1 (2:1, 0:0, 2:0)
Promotion/Relegation
  • Grüngold Beuthen - EV Oppeln

No documented result from the match - unclear if played. Both teams played in the Upper Silesian Championship in 1935.

Silesian ChampionshipEdit

The championship was part of the "Wintersportfest des Deutschen Ostens".

National ChampionshipEdit

First roundEdit

SC Forsthausstraße Frankfurt Bobclub Erfurt 6:0
SC Riessersee SV Schierke21:0
ESV Füssen Altonaer SV10:0
SC Meiningen EV Hindenburg3:1
VfL Rastenburg Blau-Weiß Dresden3:0
SV Rastenburg Berliner EC2:0
SC Brandenburg Berlin Berliner HC2:1
Berliner Schlittschuhclub Stuttgarter ERC5:0 Forfeit

Quarterfinals Edit

SC Riessersee VfL Rastenburg3:0
ESV Füssen SC Forsthausstraße Frankfurt3:0
Berliner Schlittschuhclub SC Meiningen21:0
SC Brandenburg Berlin SV Rastenburg3:1

SemifinalsEdit

SC Riessersee ESV Füssen2:0
SC Brandenburg Berlin Berliner Schlittschuhclub1:0

3rd placeEdit

ESV Füssen Berliner Schlittschuhclub 3:1

Final Edit

SC Brandenburg Berlin SC Riessersee 1:0 (0:0, 0:0, 1:0)

Losers roundEdit

For the teams eliminated in the first round.

Blau-Weiß Dresden Bobclub Erfurt4:1
Berliner HC SV Schierke2:0
Berliner EC Altonaer SV3:0
Blau-Weiß Dresden Berliner HC2:1
Berliner EC EV Hindenburg1:0
Berliner EC Blau-Weiß Dresden2:1

Other gamesEdit

  • Gorlitzer EV - TSV Weiswasser 5:0 (3:0, 0:0, 2:0)
  • ASTC Breslau - Breslauer EV 2:2 (0:0, 1:0, 1:2)
  • SC Brandenburg Berlin - EV Beuthen 09 3:0 (1:0, 2:0)
  • SC Brandenburg Berlin - Silesia 3:0 (1:0, 0:0, 2:0)

ReferencesEdit

  • Müller, Stephan (2000). Deutsche Eishockey Meisterschaften. Print on Demand. ISBN 3-8311-0997-4. 
  • Karas, Steffen (2008). 100 Jahre Eishockey in Berlin. Verlag Jeske/Mader. ISBN 978-3-931624-57-6. 

External linksEdit

This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia

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