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The 1944 German Ice Hockey Championship was the 28th season of the German Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Germany. KSG Berlin won the championship by defeating LTTC Rot-Weiß Berlin in the final.

It was also the fifth and last German War Championship (Kriegsmeisterschaft). A Kriegsspielgemeinschaften (KSG) was formed between Berliner Schlittschuhclub and SC Brandenburg Berlin, known as KSG Berlin.

First roundEdit

Group AEdit

SC Riessersee withdrew as they had trouble getting enough players on leave from the army. They were replaced by Fussen.

KSG Berlin ESV Füssen 3:1
KSG Berlin Klagenfurter AC 7:4
KSG Berlin Wiener EG 5:1

The only games completed featured KSG Berlin as part of them. They were declared group winners with a perfect 3-0 record and advanced to the final. The remaining games were unable to be contested, so the team with the best goal differential against KSG Berlin advanced to the third place game. This proved to be ESV Füssen.

Group BEdit

LTTC Rot-Weiß Berlin Düsseldorfer EG 2:2
LTTC Rot-Weiß Berlin EV Königsberg 9:1
LTTC Rot-Weiß Berlin NSTG Prag 3:0
Düsseldorfer EG EV Königsberg 8:2
Düsseldorfer EG NSTG Prag 5:0 Forfeit
EV Königsberg NSTG Prag 1:0
Club GP W T L GF-GA Pts
1. LTTC Rot-Weiß Berlin 321014:035:1
2.Düsseldorfer EG321015:045:1
3. EV Königsberg 310204:172:4
4. NSTG Prag 300300:090:6

Group B TiebreakEdit

LTTC Rot-Weiß Berlin Düsseldorfer EG 2:1

3rd place Edit

The "small final" was contested in Cologne.

Düsseldorfer EG ESV Füssen 5:1

Final Edit

The final was held on February 27, 1944, at the Eisstadion Berlin-Friedrichshain. It was the last competitive hockey game to be played until after World War II.

KSG Berlin LTTC Rot-Weiß Berlin 4:3 (2:0, 1:1, 1:2)

Other gamesEdit

  • NSTG Prag - Wiener EG 8:0 (2:0, 3:0, 3:0)
  • SC Riessersee - Dusseldorfer EG 2:0
  • SC Riessersee - Dusseldorfer EG 1:0
  • SC Riessersee - Wiener EG 3:0
  • SC Riessersee - Wiener EG 3:0
  • Wiener EG - Berliner Schlittschuhclub 1:5 (1:1, 0:2, 0:2)
  • Wiener EG - Berliner Schlittschuhclub 1:3 (1:1, 0:2, 0:0)
  • Klagenfurter AC - NSTG Prag 2:2
  • Klagenfurter AC - NSTG Prag 3:4
  • Klagenfurter AC - TuS Assling 10:3 (5:0, 4:1, 1:2)
  • Klagenfurter AC - NSTG Prag 4:0 (0:0, 1:0, 3:0)
  • Klagenfurter AC - NSTG Prag 8:0 (3:0, 3:0, 2:0)
  • Dusseldorfer EG - Klagenfurter AC 12:5 (2:3, 8:2, 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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