Champions in the world

51 league winners from Australia to the U.S.

11.08.2012
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Among the 2012 champions (from left to right, top/bottom): the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings, the KHL’s Dynamo Moscow, Swiss champion ZSC Lions Zurich, Finland’s JYP Jyväskylä, Asia League winner Oji Eagles from Japan, French champion Rouen Dragons. Photos: Bruce Bennett / Getty Images, Alexei Filippov / RIA Novosti, Christoph Perren / hockeyfans.ch, Jukka Rautio / Europhoto, Nagayama Reiji, Stéphanie Ouvry

ZURICH – Congratulations to the many national champions from the IIHF’s member countries. Find out who won in which country, from Australia to the United States, in our annual list.

<table><tbody><tr><td>Australia:</td><td>Melbourne Ice (2011)</td></tr><tr><td>Austria:</td><td>Black Wings Linz</td></tr><tr><td>Belarus:</td><td>Metallurg Zhlobin</td></tr><tr><td>Belgium:</td><td>HYC Herentals</td></tr><tr><td>Bulgaria:</td><td>Slavia Sofia</td></tr><tr><td>Canada (Memorial Cup):</td><td>Shawinigan Cataractes</td></tr><tr><td>Canada (Allan Cup):</td><td>South East Prairie Thunder</td></tr><tr><td>China:</td><td>Qiqihar</td></tr><tr><td>Chinese Taipei:</td><td>Taipei Wolves</td></tr><tr><td>Croatia:</td><td>Medvescak Zagreb</td></tr><tr><td>Czech Republic:</td><td>HC Pardubice</td></tr><tr><td>Denmark:</td><td>Herning Blue Fox</td></tr><tr><td>Estonia:</td><td>Kalev-Välk Tartu</td></tr><tr><td>Finland:</td><td>JYP Jyväskylä</td></tr><tr><td>France:</td><td>Rouen Dragons</td></tr><tr><td>Germany:</td><td>Eisbären Berlin</td></tr><tr><td>Great Britain:</td><td>Belfast Giants</td></tr><tr><td>Hong Kong:</td><td>Coors Light Hongkong</td></tr><tr><td>Hungary:</td><td>Fehervar AV19</td></tr><tr><td>Iceland:</td><td>Björninn Reykjavik</td></tr><tr><td>Israel:</td><td>Maccabi Metulla</td></tr><tr><td>Italy:</td><td>Bolzano Foxes</td></tr><tr><td>Japan (Asia League):</td><td>Oji Eagles</td></tr><tr><td>Japan (nat'l league):</td><td>Nippon Paper Cranes Kushiro</td></tr><tr><td>Kazakhstan:</td><td>Beibarys Atyrau</td></tr><tr><td>Korea:</td><td>HighOne Chuncheon</td></tr><tr><td>Kyrgyzstan:</td><td>Arstan Bishkek</td></tr><tr><td>Latvia:</td><td>Liepajas Metalurgs</td></tr><tr><td>Lithuania:</td><td>Energija Elektrenai</td></tr><tr><td>Luxembourg:</td><td>Tornado Luxembourg</td></tr><tr><td>Malaysia:</td><td>Asian Tigers Kuala Lumpur</td></tr><tr><td>Mongolia:</td><td>Zaluus San Ulaanbaatar</td></tr><tr><td>Netherlands:</td><td>Smoke Eaters Geleen</td></tr><tr><td>New Zealand:</td><td>Botany Swarm (2011)</td></tr><tr><td>Norway:</td><td>Stavanger Oilers</td></tr><tr><td>Poland:</td><td>KH Sanok</td></tr><tr><td>Romania:</td><td>HSC Csikszereda</td></tr><tr><td>Russia:</td><td>Dynamo Moscow</td></tr><tr><td>Serbia:</td><td>Partizan Belgrade</td></tr><tr><td>Slovakia:</td><td>Slovan Bratislava</td></tr><tr><td>Slovenia:</td><td>Olimpija Ljubljana</td></tr><tr><td>South Africa:</td><td>Gauteng Miners</td></tr><tr><td>Spain:</td><td>CH Jaca</td></tr><tr><td>Sweden:</td><td>Brynäs Gävle</td></tr><tr><td>Switzerland:</td><td>ZSC Lions Zurich</td></tr><tr><td>Thailand:</td><td>Hospital Blades Bangkok</td></tr><tr><td>Turkey:</td><td>Baskent Yildizlari Ankara</td></tr><tr><td>Ukraine:</td><td>Donbass Donetsk</td></tr><tr><td>United Arab Emirates:</td><td>Dubai Mighty Camels</td></tr><tr><td>USA (Stanley Cup):</td><td>Los Angeles Kings</td></tr><tr><td>USA (NCAA):</td><td>Boston College</td></tr></tbody></table>

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