Fixtures

Switzerland NLA 01/21 18:45 - SCL Tigers vs Ambri Piotta - View
Switzerland NLA 01/22 18:45 - Ambri Piotta vs Davos - View
Switzerland NLA 01/25 18:45 - ZSC Lions vs Ambri Piotta - View
Switzerland NLA 01/27 18:45 - Lugano vs Ambri Piotta - View
Switzerland NLA 02/22 18:45 - Lausanne HC vs Ambri Piotta - View
Switzerland NLA 02/25 18:45 - Ambri Piotta vs Lausanne HC - View

Results

Switzerland NLA 01/16 14:45 - [8] Lausanne HC v Ambri Piotta [11] L 3-2
Switzerland NLA 01/14 18:45 - [3] Rapperswil-Jona Lakers v Ambri Piotta [11] W 2-5
Switzerland NLA 01/11 18:45 - [11] Ambri Piotta v Zug [2] L 2-3
Switzerland NLA 01/09 14:45 - [5] EHC Biel v Ambri Piotta [11] L 4-0
Switzerland NLA 01/08 18:45 - Ambri Piotta v Fribourg-Gottéron - PPT.
Switzerland NLA 01/07 18:45 - [10] Servette GE v Ambri Piotta [11] L 4-3
Switzerland NLA 01/06 18:45 - Bern v Ambri Piotta - PPT.
Switzerland NLA 01/04 18:45 - Servette GE v Ambri Piotta - PPT.
Spengler Cup 12/26 14:10 1 Ambri Piotta v Frolunda HC - CANC
Switzerland NLA 12/23 18:45 - Bern v Ambri Piotta - PPT.
Switzerland NLA 12/11 18:45 - [13] HC Ajoie v Ambri Piotta [11] W 1-4
Switzerland NLA 12/10 18:45 - [11] Ambri Piotta v Lugano [9] L 1-2

Wikipedia - HC Ambrì-Piotta

Hockey Club Ambrì-Piotta is a Swiss professional ice hockey club and a member of the National League (NL). The club was founded September 19, 1937, and is also known as "Bianco-Blu" (English: white and blues). Though they have never won the league championship, the club has not been relegated to the Swiss League since being promoted in 1985, the same year that saw the arrival of Dale McCourt.

The team plays its home games in the 7,000-seat Nuova Valascia.

History

Ambrì and Piotta are two small villages in the municipality of Quinto, located in the northern part of the valley Leventina canton Ticino, with a combined population of 500 people. Ambrì-Piotta has more than 40 fan clubs all over Europe. For major events, like the derby against southern rivals HC Lugano, the fans compose a choreography. When Ambrì wins a game, fans rejoice to the valley anthem "La Montanara".

Since 1959, they have called their self-owned Valascia as their home. Standing 1,000 metres above sea level, it is an open-ended facility with 2,000 seats and additional standing room space for 5,000.

Facing financial strains, the team raised roughly five million Swiss francs in the summer of 2013. The donations given to HC Ambrì-Piotta came from both large and small donations, many of which were given via SMS. The efforts of the team and its fans have secured the right to play in the National League.