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The Swiss U17 Elite League (Novizen) is the top level of under 17 ice hockey in Switzerland. Below it, lie regional leagues of various levels (Top, Division A, Division B), divided into three regions (Romande, Central, and Orientale). The leagues (Elite and Regional alike) were previously contested at the under 16 level through the 2006-07 season.

ChampionsEdit

U17Edit

EliteEdit

  • 2013-14 Berne
  • 2012-13 ZSC Lions
  • 2011-12 Kloten Flyers
  • 2010-11 Berne
  • 2009-10 ZSC Lions
  • 2008-09 Berne
  • 2007-08 Zurich

RegionalEdit

2013-14

  • Romande: Top: Viege Div. A: Universite Neuchatel (Group 1), Forward Morges (Group 2)
  • Central: Top: Biel-Bienne Div. A: Lyss (Group 1), Kusnacht am Rigi (Group 2)
  • Orientale: Top: GCK Lions Div. A: Dubendorf (Group 1), Flag of Austria.svg Lustenau (Group 2)

2012-13

  • Romande: Top: Viege Div. A: Franches-Montagnes (Group 1), Meyrin (Group 2)
  • Central: Top: Biel-Bienne Div. A: Burdgdorf Div. B Lenk-Zweisimmen
  • Orientale: Top: Rapperswil-Jona Div. A: Coire

2011-12

  • Romande: Top: Fribourg-Gotteron Div.A Viege II (Group 1), Yverdon-les-Bains (Group 2)
  • Central: Top: Bale Div. A: Lyss (Group 1), Zoug II (Group 2), Div. B: Seetal
  • Orientale: Top: Rapperswil-Jona Div. A: Prattigau-Herrschaft

2010-11

  • Romande: Top: Chaux-de-Fonds Div. A Tramelan
  • Central: Top: Langenthal Div. A: Seewen Div. B: Sursee
  • Orientale: Top: Rapperswil-Jona Div. A: Bulach

2009-10

  • Romande: Top: Laussane HC D1: Neuchatel, Star Lausanne, Saastal
  • Central: Top" Dragon/Thun D1: Bellinzona D2: Schallenberg
  • Orientale: Top: GCK Lions D1: Dubendorf

2008-09

  • Romande: Top: Lausanne HC D1: Fleurier, Meyrin
  • Central: Top: Langnau D1: Lucerne D2: Lagnau 2, Burgdorf
  • Orientale: Top: ZSC Lions 2 D1: Rheintal

2007-08

  • Romande: Top: Chaux-de-fonds D1: Star Lausanne
  • Central: Top: Bienne D1: Lugano B D2: Gstaad
  • Orientale: Top: Uzwil D1: Herisau, Rapperswil II

U16Edit

EliteEdit

  • 2006-07: Davos
  • 2005-06: Berne
  • 2004-05: Berne
  • 2003-04: Kloten
  • 2002-03: ZSC Lions
  • 2001-02: SC Langnau
  • 2000-01: Berne
  • 1999-00: Davos
  • 1974-75: HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1973-74: HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1972-73: Langnau
  • 1971-72: ? (first official championship)
  • 1970-71: Langnau, Ambri-Piotta, and Morges reached final (non-official championship)

RegionalEdit

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