EWCC schedule & first round results
30.08.2007
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The groups for the 2007-2008 European Women's Champion's Cup have been decided. The annual event, in its fourth season, will be held in three rounds. The first round will feature 16 teams split into four groups. The teams will play in round robin tournaments from October 5-7 with the winners advancing to the next round. The second round, from November 30-December 2, will feature two groups of four teams each. Four teams are automatically qualified to the second round and will be joined by the four first-round winners. The EWCC Final Tournament will then be held from January 29-February 3 in Stockholm, Sweden. It will be a five-team round-robin tournament to which the defending champion AIK Stockholm is automatically qualified. First Round Groups
Group A (in Sofia, Bulgaria) <table border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="229"><tbody><tr align="center"><td width="117">

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Country

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Aisulu Almaty

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Kazakhstan

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Herlev Hornets

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Denmark

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Vienna Sabres

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Austria

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HC Sofia

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Bulgaria

</td></tr></tbody></table> Friday, Oct. 515:30 Vienna – Almaty, 0:419:00 Herlev – Sofia, 0-5 Saturday Oct. 6
15:30 Herlev – Vienna, 0-5
19.00 Almaty – Sofia, 4-0

Sunday Oct. 7
15:30 Almaty – Herlev, 5-0
15:00 Sofia – Vienna, 7-12 Final Standing: Aisulu Almaty, 9 points; Vienna Sabres, 6 points; HC Sofia, 3 points; Herlev Hornets, 0 points
Aisulu Almaty is promoted to EWCC Second Round

Group B (in Martin, Slovakia) <table border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="229"><tbody><tr align="center"><td width="117">

Club

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Country

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Laima Riga

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Latvia

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Terme Maribor

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Slovenia

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MHK Martin

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Slovakia

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Kulubu Ankara

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Turkey

</td></tr></tbody></table> Friday, Oct. 514.00 Riga – Ankara, 34-117:00 Martin – Maribor, 5-2Saturday Oct. 614.00 Ankara – Martin, 0-2117.00 Maribor – Riga, 5-1Sunday Oct. 712.00 Maribor – Ankara, 38 - 015.00 Martin – Riga, 2-3 ps Final Standing: MHK Martin, 7 points; Terme Maribor, 6 points; Laima Riga 5 points; Kulubu Ankara 0 points
MHK Martin is promoted to EWCC Second Round

Group C (in Cergy Pont., France) <table border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="229"><tbody><tr align="center"><td width="117">

Club

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Country

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HC Cergy Pont.

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France

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ViF IL Oslo

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Norway

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Slough Phantoms

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Great Britain

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Dreamland Queens

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Estonia

</td></tr></tbody></table> Friday, Oct. 516.30 Dreamland – Oslo, 0-1019.30 Cergy Pont. – Slough, 7-2Saturday Oct. 612.30 Slough – Dreamland, 6-018.10 Oslo – Cergy Pont., 1-2Sunday Oct. 711.45 Oslo – Slough, 9-218.10 Cergy Pont. – Dreamland, 5-0 Final Standing: Cergy Pontoise, 9 points; VIF IL Oslo, 6 points; Slough Phantoms, 3 points; Dreamland Queens, 0 points
Cergy Pontoise is promoted to EWCC Second Round
Group D (in Prague, Czech Republic) <table border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="229"><tbody><tr align="center"><td width="117">

Club

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Country

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HC Slavia Prague

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Czech Republic

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HC Eagles Bolzano

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Italy

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UTE Marlyn

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Hungary

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Miercurea Ciuc

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Romania

</td></tr></tbody></table> Friday, Oct. 514.00 Prague – Bolzano, 4:217:00 Miercurea Ciuc - Marlyn, 2:5Saturday Oct. 614.00 Marlyn – Prague, 0:1017.00 Bolzano – Miercurea Ciuc, 9:0 Sunday Oct. 7
14.00 Prague – Miercurea Ciuc, 19:0
17.00 Bolzano – Marlyn, 5:1 Final Standing: Slavia Prague, 9 points, Bolzano Eagles, 6 points; UTE Marilyn, 3 points; Miercurea Ciuc, 0 points.
Slavia Prague is promoted to EWCC Second Round
Second Round Groups
Group E (in Moscow, Russia)
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Club

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Country

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Tornado Moscow

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Russia

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Blues Espoo

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Finland

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Qualifier 1

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TBD

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Qualifier 4

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TBD

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Group F (in Berlin, Germany)
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Club

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Country

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OSC Berlin

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Germany

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HC Lugano

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Switzerland

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Qualifier 2

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TBD

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Qualifier 3

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TBD

</td></tr></tbody></table> EWCC Super Final January 29 - February 3, 2008 in Stockholm Previous EWCC winners
2005 AIK Stockholm, SWE
2006 AIK Stockholm, SWE
2007 AIK Stockholm, SWE

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