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European Trophy Junior

European Trophy Junior
Formerly Nordic Trophy (2007–2009)
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 2007
CEO Bo Lennartsson
Country  Austria
 Czech Republic
Ceased 2010
Last champion(s) Frölunda HC
Qualification Invitation
Related competitions European Trophy
Official website

European Trophy Junior (previously named Nordic Trophy Junior between 2007 and 2009) was the junior edition of the European Trophy ice hockey tournament. European Trophy Junior was for ice hockey players younger than the age of 20. It was played in August every year. The tournament was cancelled after 2010.

Participating clubs

The 2010 edition featured 10 teams from Sweden, Finland, Austria, Norway and the Czech Republic.

Division CCM
Team City
Färjestads BK Karlstad
HIFK Helsinki
HV71 Jönköping
Malmö Redhawks Malmö
Red Bull Salzburg Salzburg
Division Reebok
Team City
Djurgårdens IF Stockholm
Frölunda HC Gothenburg
Linköpings HC Linköping
Norway Team 20 Norway
Karlovy Vary Karlovy Vary


Nordic Trophy
Year Regular round winners Playoff winners
(Nordic Trophy Champions)
2007 Djurgårdens IF (Group A) Djurgårdens IF
Frölunda HC (Group B)
2008 Djurgårdens IF (Group A) Djurgårdens IF
Kärpät (Group B)
2009 Färjestads BK (Division CCM) Färjestads BK
Frölunda HC (Division Reebok)
European Trophy
Year Regular round winners Playoff winners
(European Trophy Champions)
2010 Malmö Redhawks (Division CCM) Frölunda HC
Frölunda HC (Division Reebok)

External links

  • Official website

See also

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