Tappara Tampere. Tappara Tampere. vollständiger Name. Tamhockey Oy. Stadt. Tampere. Land. Finnland. Farben. blau-orange-weiß. Gegründet. Tappara Tampere (Eishockey) - Spielerliste: hier findest Du eine Liste aller Spieler des Teams. Tappara ist ein finnischer Eishockeyverein aus Tampere, der in der Liiga spielt. Seine Heimspiele absolviert Tappara in der Tampereen jäähalli. Der Verein wurde unter dem Namen Tammerfors Bollklubb, kurz TBK, gegründet und gewann in seiner.
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The team has won 14 Finnish league championships with its current name , , , , , , , , , , , , , Tappara was established in in Tampere and a major part of the players came to the newly founded team from local team Tammerfors Bollklubb , when Tappara inherited their place in the national top league.
Tappara also borrowed TBK's colors for themselves and got their place in the top league. Tappara played its first official game in the same year, The transition was led by team president Harry Lindblad.
Tappara went on to win three championships , , and , three second places , , and , and three third places , , and in just nine years. Their winning streak was followed by a more silent period, with Tappara even playing one season — at the second highest level, gaining immediate promotion back to the top flight.
In , an indoor arena Tampereen jäähalli was built in Hakametsä to be the home arena of Tappara and their local rivals, Ilves and Koo-Vee.
Tappara fans had to wait until the mid-seventies until Tappara started to be successful again, thanks to some legendary players such as the goalkeeper Antti Leppänen and the defender Pekka Marjamäki.
The bronze medals in and silver medals in were followed by Finnish championship in This successful period was even longer than the first period of glory in the s and early sixties.
Tappara also won the Finnish championships in , , , , and the long streak ended by winning three consecutive championships in — Many fans regard the Tappara team of the late s — coached by Rauno Korpi — as their strongest of all time.
In , the Finland national team gained its first success by winning the Olympic silver medal in Calgary, and Tappara players formed a substantial part of the Finnish team.
During the s, Tappara did not gain any notable success besides finishing third in the league in spring In , the once so mighty team even had to fight for its place at the top level in relegation playoffs against Oulun Kärpät.
A glimpse of glory was, however, achieved on the international level, as Tappara player Timo Jutila captained the Finnish national team to win the ice hockey world championship in In the early s, Tappara played some good seasons, winning silver medals in both and In — to the surprise of many — Tappara won the Finnish championship, coached by Jukka Rautakorpi.
After that, Tappara reached 3rd place in the top league in but that achievement was followed by some difficult seasons.
Tappara qualified only once to the playoffs between and All changed in the season when Tappara made it to the finals for the first time since the championship, but lost to Ässät.
In and Tappara came even closer to the title. Both final series were decided in a decisive seventh game and both of the games Kärpät won in overtime.
In , Tappara reached the finals for a record-breaking 6th year in a row, but lost to Kärpät in 6 games. The great streak of final appearances came to an end in when HPK defeated Tappara in the semi-finals in six games.
Tappara has played their home games in Tampereen jäähalli since it was built in The local rival Ilves uses the same arena.
The arena was the first indoor arena in Finland and it is located in the neighborhood of Hakametsä. Originally the capacity was 10, spectators, but it has declined in various renovations over the years.
In its current form, the arena accommodates 7, spectators. A new arena is being built in the city center of Tampere on a covered rail yard.
The arena is supposed to open in Updated December 4, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 26 April Retrieved Retrieved 3 September Retrieved 5 Feb Mestis Suomi-sarja 2.
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