Results

Switzerland NLA 03/31 18:00 3 [9] Lugano v Zug [1] L 3-5
Switzerland NLA 03/29 18:00 3 [1] Zug v Lugano [9] L 6-3
Switzerland NLA 03/27 18:00 3 [9] Lugano v Zug [1] L 2-6
Switzerland NLA 03/25 19:00 3 [1] Zug v Lugano [9] L 2-1
Switzerland NLA 03/20 18:45 7 [9] Lugano v Servette GE [8] W 4-3
Switzerland NLA 03/18 18:45 7 [8] Servette GE v Lugano [9] W 1-2
Switzerland NLA 03/14 18:45 - [6] EHC Biel v Lugano [9] L 4-1
Switzerland NLA 03/12 18:45 - [3] ZSC Lions v Lugano [9] L 5-4
Switzerland NLA 03/11 18:45 - [9] Lugano v Rapperswil-Jona Lakers [3] W 4-3
Switzerland NLA 03/08 18:45 - [8] Servette GE v Lugano [9] L 3-2
Switzerland NLA 03/05 18:45 - [9] Lugano v Fribourg-Gottéron [1] W 5-2
Switzerland NLA 03/03 18:45 - [8] Lausanne HC v Lugano [9] L 8-4

Wikipedia - HC Lugano

Hockey Club Lugano, often abbreviated to HC Lugano or HCL, is a professional ice hockey club based in Lugano, Switzerland. The team competes in the National League (NL) and has won seven Swiss championships.

History

The founding of HC Lugano took place on 11 February 1941, when they participated on Muzzano Lake their first games against Ambrì, Muzzano, Massagno and Paradiso. On 1 December 1957, the first artificial ice rink was opened, at the Pista La Resega. Among those present was also the man who, 30 years later, was to take HC Lugano to the top of Swiss and international hockey: Geo Mantegazza, an engineer by profession, who had done the static calculations of the Resega and thus the first contacts had with the family earning the club the nickname of the "Bianconeri" acknowledging their Italian speaking heritage.

In 1963–64, Lugano rose to the National League B, most notably through the contributions of defender Elwyn Friedrich and Forward Roland Bernasconi, both national players and Swiss champions with Villars. In the 1970–71 season, the Bianconeri's promotion to the tope flight National League A was realised for the first time in franchise history, playing two seasons before returning to the NLB.

In the 1981–82 season Lugano returned, together with Ambrì, back in the NLA. In the 1982–83 season, Mantegazza hired Swedish coach John Slettvoll, who won numerous championships in his tenure.