2009–10 Serie A (ice hockey)

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2009–10 Serie A
League Serie A
Sport Ice hockey
Duration September 26 – March 2
Number of teams 9
Regular season
Best record Ritten Sport
Runners-up Valpusteria
Playoffs
Finals
Champions Asiago Hockey
Serie A seasons
← 2008–09
2010–11 →

The 2009–10 Serie A is the 76th season of ice hockey in Italy since the league's inception in 1925.

Teams[edit]

Team City Arena Capacity
HC Alleghe Alleghe, Veneto Stadio Alvise De Toni 2,500
Associazione Sportiva Asiago Hockey Asiago, Veneto Stadio Odegar 1,975
Hockey Club Bolzano Bolzano, South Tyrol Palaonda-Eiswelle 7,220
Sportivi Ghiaccio Cortina Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto Stadio Olimpico del Ghiaccio 2,700
Sportiva Hockey Club Fassa Canazei, Trentino Stadio del Ghiaccio Gianmario Scola 3,500
Sport Ghiaccio Pontebba Pontebba, Friuli-Venezia Giulia PalaVuerich 2,000
Sportverein Ritten-Renon Ritten, South Tyrol Arena Ritten 1,200
Hockey Club Pustertal-Val Pusteria Bruneck, South Tyrol Leitner Solar Arena 2,050
Hockey Club Valpellice Torre Pellice, Piemont Palaghiaccio Olimpico di Torre Pellice 2,500

Regular season[edit]

Standings
Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA P
Ritten Sport 40 24 1 5 10 147 114 79
Val Pusteria 40 23 2 2 13 153 113 75
Asiago 40 20 6 3 11 133 109 75
Bolzano 40 19 5 2 14 127 110 69
Pontebba 40 17 4 3 16 137 140 62
Fassa 40 17 1 4 18 93 97 57
Alleghe 40 12 3 4 21 114 150 46
Valpellice 40 11 3 2 24 144 177 41
Cortina 40 9 3 3 25 113 151 36

Legend: GP = Games Played; W = Regulation Wins; OTW= Overtime Wins; OTL = Overtime Losses; L = Regulation Losses; GF = Goals For; GA = Goals Against; P = Points

Val Pusteria were placed above Asiago as a result of head-to-head competition during the regular season.[1]

Playoffs[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
1 Ritten Sport 4
8 HC Valpellice 1
1 Ritten Sport 4
4 HC Bolzano 2
4 HC Bolzano 4
5 SG Pontebba 3
1 Ritten Sport 0
3 Asiago Hockey 4
2 HC Pustertal 4
7 HC Alleghe 0
2 HC Pustertal 2
3 Asiago Hockey 4
3 Asiago Hockey 4
6 SHC Fassa 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "44esima di Serie A" (in Italian). LIHG. 2010-02-27. Retrieved 2010-03-03. 

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