Results

Germany Eishockey Liga 04/16 15:00 3 [9] Dusseldorfer EG v EHC München [2] L 2-4
Germany Eishockey Liga 04/14 17:30 3 [2] EHC München v Dusseldorfer EG [9] L 3-1
Germany Eishockey Liga 04/12 17:30 3 [9] Dusseldorfer EG v EHC München [2] W 3-2
Germany Eishockey Liga 04/10 17:00 3 [2] EHC München v Dusseldorfer EG [9] L 4-2
Germany Eishockey Liga 04/08 17:30 14 [8] Nürnberg Ice Tigers v Dusseldorfer EG [9] W 1-3
Germany Eishockey Liga 04/07 17:30 14 [9] Dusseldorfer EG v Nürnberg Ice Tigers [8] L 5-6
Germany Eishockey Liga 04/05 17:30 14 [8] Nürnberg Ice Tigers v Dusseldorfer EG [9] W 2-3
Germany Eishockey Liga 04/03 12:00 60 [12] Augsburger Panther v Dusseldorfer EG [9] L 3-0
Germany Eishockey Liga 04/01 17:30 59 [9] Dusseldorfer EG v EHC München [3] L 0-6
Germany Eishockey Liga 03/27 12:00 52 [14] Schwenninger Wild Wings v Dusseldorfer EG [9] L 5-2
Germany Eishockey Liga 03/23 18:30 58 [5] Straubing Tigers v Dusseldorfer EG [8] L 4-2
Germany Eishockey Liga 03/20 13:00 57 [8] Dusseldorfer EG v Eisbären Berlin [1] W 3-2

Wikipedia - Düsseldorfer EG

Düsseldorfer EG (short DEG) is a German professional ice hockey team in Düsseldorf. It was Germany's most successful hockey club for a long time and had many international players. The famous Eisstadion at the Brehmstrasse was the home venue for most of the team's history. The team now plays in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey League, abbreviated DEL); the home venue is the ISS Dome.

The club was founded on 8 November 1935 as Düsseldorfer Eislauf Gemeinschaft (DEG) and was renamed DEG Metro Stars on 1 March 2002. It was renamed again as Düsseldorfer Eislauf-Gemeinschaft (DEG) in 2012.