Cercle des Patineurs Liegois
CPL Liege
City: Liege, Belgium
League: Belgian Hockey League
Founded: 1939

Cercle des Patineurs Liegois was an ice hockey team in Liege, Belgium. They played in the Belgian Hockey League. The club won the Belgian Hockey League 10 times, third only to Brussels Royal IHSC (with 23 titles) and Olympia Heist op den Berg (with 11 titles).


The club was founded in 1939, and won their first league title in 1949. Patineurs won the league in 1955, and eight times during the 1960s and 1970s. Their last title came in 1974.

From 1972-1976, the club was known as CPL Super Nendaz Luik, after their sponsor, Super Nendaz.

Super Nendaz played in the IIHF European Cup during the 1973-74 season, losing to the Tilburg Trappers in the first round by a combined score of 21-11 (10-5, 11-6).

They played in the Dutch Eredivisie during the 1971-72 season and also took part in the Dutch Cup in four consecutive years from 1972-1976.

The Bulldogs Liege are the current team in Liege. They were founded in 1997.


  • Belgian champion (10):[1] 1949, 1955, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1972, 1973 and 1974.


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