März beginnen in der russischen KHL die Viertelfinalspiele um den Gagarin Cup. Die aus Finnland stammende Mannschaft Jokerit Helsinki hat. Jokerit Helsinki hat sich aus der finnischen Liga verabschiedet und versucht sein Glück in der KHL. Dafür hagelte es in der Heimat Kritik. Jokerit (dt. Die Joker, vollständiger Vereinsname Helsingin Jokerit ry) ist ein finnischer Eishockeyverein aus Helsinki. Der Verein ging aus der.
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Ossi Väänänen D 13 70 Franchise All-Time Games played. Tomi Mäki F 55 67 2. Jani Rita F 3. Waltteri Immonen D 36 4.
Petri Varis F Franchise All-Time Points per Game. Veli-Pekka Ketola F 22 25 37 1. Teemu Selänne F 1. Ville Leino F 55 28 77 1. Gary Yaremchuk F 20 7 28 1.
Timo Sutinen F 1. Franchise All-Time Points per Season. Ville Leino F SM-liiga 55 28 49 77 1. Timo Sutinen F SM-sarja 36 21 51 72 2.
Petri Varis F SM-liiga 56 27 43 70 1. Teemu Selänne F I-divisioona 35 36 33 69 1. Timo Turunen F SM-sarja 36 41 26 67 1. Franchise All-Time Goals per Season.
Teemu Selänne F SM-liiga 44 39 23 62 1. Pasi Saarela F SM-liiga 54 38 20 58 1. Janne Lahti F SM-liiga 59 37 22 59 1. Franchise All-Time Assists per Season.
Otakar Janecky F SM-liiga 46 10 43 53 1. Sami Helenius D SM-liiga 49 1 6 7 0. Jarkko Ruutu F SM-liiga 59 14 21 35 0.
Sean Gagnon D SM-liiga 42 3 5 8 0. Markus Kankaanperä D SM-liiga 53 5 5 10 0. Antti Tyrväinen F Liiga 41 5 9 14 0. Average Height, Weight, Age per Season.
Nationalities Throughout History players 57 players 29 players 19 players 14 players 6 players 6 players 4 players 4 players 2 players 1 player 1 player 1 player 1 player 1 player 1 player.
Mitchell Martin. David Goyette. Evan Konyen. Ty Nelson. Matthew Poitras. Janis Kalnins G. Limbazi, LAT. Anders Lindbäck G.
Gävle, SWE. Rauma, FIN. Alex Grant D. Tommi Kivistö D. Vantaa, FIN. Jakub Krejcik D. Praha, CZE. Sami Lepistö D.
Espoo, FIN. Viktor Lööv D. Södertälje, SWE. Jonathan Pudas D. Kiruna, SWE. David Sklenicka D. Rakovnik, CZE. Lempäälä, FIN.
Aleksi Halme LW. Tampere, FIN. Savonlinna, FIN. Herning, DEN. Pori, FIN. Oulu, FIN. Tornio, FIN. Stockholm, SWE. Suonenjoki, FIN.
Peter Regin C. Vihti, FIN. Joonas Järvinen D. Mika Partanen F. Matias Myttynen F. Peter Regin F. Mika Niemi F. Teemu Eronen D. Växjö Lakers HC.
Quarterfinal loss. Bronze game loss. Did not make playoffs. Playoffs Qualifier loss. Conference SF loss.
Conference QF loss. Playoffs Interrupted. Suomen Cup. Toronto Cup. SovSport Cup. Sir William Cup. Spengler Cup.
Among them were the national team regulars defenceman Ilpo Koskela with forwards Henry Leppä and Timo Sutinen , whose relationship with the club lasted long.
Other, later reinforcements worthy of a mention were forward Jouko Öystilä and defenceman Timo Saari , and finally, head coach Matti Lampainen.
In , the IIHF had loosened amateur rules by permitting bodychecking anywhere in the rink old rules allowed bodychecking only in defensive end.
SM-sarja underwent a tactical revolution as physical, mean play became a means to success. Lampainen, however, reckoned physical play unsuitable for the line-up at hand consider nallipyssyketju.
He guided the team, with success, towards a play that demanded technique and clever tactics. This became the trademark of Jokerit that stuck all the way to the late s and resulted in the way Jokerit played as being branded as "neitikiekko",   which roughly translates as "playing like women".
To his credit, Mäkinen also enhanced the club's junior organization by launching a competition of their own, called Kanada-sarja , with participating junior players, a figure that cumulatively tripled in a few years.
Kanada-sarja didn't survive the s, but Jokerit benefited from it through a steady flow of emerging talent including Jari Kurri , and by gaining a strong popular base in the outer urban zones of Helsinki.
Despite winning Finnish championship silver in and gold in , Jokerit didn't manage to be financially profitable during Mäkinen's period in charge.
He started downsizing the team's budget by methodically replacing departing stars with junior players. Success slowly declined and Jokerit only just managed to avoid relegation from the Finnish elite-level league several times.
This, combined with Mäkinen's controversial manner of management — the emphasis being place on non-physical play — led to the club facing an uncertain and turbulent future.
When a replacement candidate turned up in , Mäkinen retired from the ownership, though he went on in the club's junior organization up to the s.
New owners, Jokeriklubin Tuki Ry , were a conventional association supervised by its board. Under new management, the club didn't instantly shake off its wobbliness, but then they peaked for one season.
Having signed mainly outcasts of other clubs, they suddenly hit jackpot: for the — season , the club signed Soviet Union 's national team defenceman Nikolai Makarov.
As a result, Jokerit had a near-perfect season and advanced all the way to the SM-Liiga finals, where they were comprehensively beaten by local rival HIFK.
However, the management ran into unexpected financial problems, and the brief success soon withered. Only a few years later, they had to avert bankruptcy twice, which struck a blow to their credibility, as a mass desertion of the players ensued.
The first line was a shambles as wing Risto Kerminen departed and center Jari Lindroos almost did, but though he had signed elsewhere, the contract was illegitimately nullified.
Few others, apart from the longtime goaltender Rauli Sohlman , remained. Jokerit faced the imminent relegation in In the middle of the bleakest hour of their history, with Jokeriklubin Tuki Ry seeking to discontinue their association, new blood was rushed into Jokerit.
In , their year-olds won the Finnish junior championship with several prospective stars: defenceman Waltteri Immonen would be captain of the team —; Mika Strömberg the club's all-time best-scoring defenceman; Ari Sulander the main goaltender —; forward Keijo Säilynoja a goal scorer and a penalty-shot specialist; and Teemu Selänne the NHL record-breaker.
Now that the club was spiced with such promising, new willing owners turned up to save them. They established Jokeri-Hockey Oy and became the first limited company based sports club in Finland.
Kalervo Kummola , who played the leading role assembling the company, sat in its board up to The team, reinforced with the junior champions, orchestrated a quick promotion back to the top level, now called SM-liiga.
But once again, despite the phenomenal boost in popularity supported by the prominent scorer Selänne and other young star players, the owners ran into severe financial problems, caused by incompetent management and disagreements within the board.
In , an investor withdrew and board member Harry "Hjallis" Harkimo got credentials to a double majority of shares. He appointed himself the chairman of the board, discontinued all managerial positions and nominated his wife Leena Harkimo the managing director who held the task up to her election to the Parliament of Finland in This proved to be the final stroke of luck the club needed: the disagreements vanished once and for all and Harry Harkimo established himself as an efficient businessman, being able to conduct a rapid recovery of the economy.
In a few years, Jokerit were the wealthiest Finnish sports club. Thus, they were able to reinforce the team with first class talent. Together with the above-mentioned junior champions they formed a core of a dynasty of thriving times: Jokerit won the Finnish championship in , , and , the European Cup in and , plus Finnish silver once and European bronze once.
Harkimo further converted the club from semi-professionalism towards his ideal of professional sports entertainment, which was unmistakably adopted from the NHL.
His efforts yielded Jokerit their own home venue, Hartwall Arena , in — first such privately owned in Europe. Ownership was reformed into Jokerit HC Oyj , a public limited company.
They focused on the new European Hockey League expecting it to evolve into a competition more money-making than SM-Liiga, and sought various other ways to expand.
Most of these plans did not meet with success, but the new venue turned out to be a gold-mine for the club's business.
Meanwhile, Harry Harkimo tried to create an elite team to the British Ice Hockey Superleague , the Newcastle Jesters , but the team was not as successful as hoped, so he sold the franchise back to the League.
As they set foot at Hartwall Arena, the club signed several star reinforcements seen to be required to win the two professional leagues and to replace the now slightly aged core.
However, despite having sparkling line-ups, their performance fluctuated, ending up winning "only" Finnish bronze in The club went on to making a losing appearance in the finals in , and repeatedly failed to achieve success in the European Hockey League which turned out as a major flop in itself.
In the s, the management have regained what the supporters consider more reasonable an attitude by concentrating back on SM-Liiga, but the line-ups have had a notable turnover rate between seasons — a distinct core has not developed or been preserved.
For the — season , Jokerit had a good team. The team was strong and reached the finals, but lost to TPS three games to one. Jokerit did not have much success in the following season although they had players like Jukka Hentunen and Antti Törmänen to strengthen the team.
With Kari Lehtonen 's terrific form between the pipes and the arrival of Vladimir Machulda from SaiPa , Jokerit won their sixth Finnish championship in At 21 years old, he was the youngest goaltender to play in SM-liiga.
The —03 and —04 seasons yielded no medals for Jokerit. In the spring of , Jokerit acquired forward Glen Metropolit from the Washington Capitals NHL organization; despite his unimpressive NHL record, Metropolit became the scoring leader for Jokerit in both the —04 regular season and playoffs, as well as the —05 regular season.
Metropolit became a firm fan favorite, and many were sorry to see him leave the Finnish league after the —05 season. Thomas played in every game of the season bar two with a save percentage of Teemu Selänne officially joined the Jokerit lineup in December, but he spent the spring rehabbing his injured knee and was unable to play any games for the team.
With a strong team, Jokerit looked set to win the regular season and take the championship when an inexplicable late-season collapse allowed Kärpät to take and keep the regular season lead.
The two teams faced off in the finals, with Jokerit losing three games to one and having to settle for the silver. The last departure occurred just one day before regular season play started, when goaltender Tim Thomas signed with the Boston Bruins.
Jokerit also had players like Eric Beaudoin and Justin Mapletoft but neither of them made a positive impact during the season. The spree of departures, combined with rookie coach Waltteri Immonen 's coaching debut, led Jokerit to an abysmal early season, with a win-loss-tie record of 5—11—4 after 20 games.
Immonen, a long-time Jokerit player but a rookie head coach, was moved from the job in November and Curt Lindström was hired to salvage the team.
Lindström could not change the course of the team and for the first time in 16 years, Jokerit did not qualify for the playoffs.
Shedden's first Jokerit season was good as the team returned to the play-offs and infamously defeated the reigning champions HPK in the semi-finals to advance to the finals against Kärpät.
Although Jokerit lost to Kärpät in the finals, the —07 season was a good start for Shedden in Jokerit. During the —08 season , Jokerit celebrated their 40th anniversary and on 27 October, Jokerit retired the jersey of former alumni Jari Kurri.
Jokerit strengthened their goaltending department by acquiring former NHL and Finnish national team goaltender Jussi Markkanen to replace Scott Langkow before the season and added more NHL experience by contracting former Atlanta Thrashers and Vancouver Canucks center Tommi Santala after the season had started.
After a while, it was announced that Shedden's job as the head coach of the team would be taken over by ex-NHL head coach Glen Hanlon after Shedden's contract was to expire.
Shedden's last season as the head coach of Jokerit ended worse than expected. Although Jokerit were predicted to be championship contenders, they lost a 3—1 lead in the series against Espoo Blues and lost the series 3 games to 4.
Jokerit was dropped to the bronze medal game where they lost to Tappara , thus finishing fourth in SM-liiga for the —08 season.
The former head coach of the Belarus national team and the Washington Capitals , Glen Hanlon , followed Doug Shedden as the head coach for Jokerit at the start of the —09 season.
Although fresh from the SM-liiga playoffs, Jokerit announced several signings for the season. The team organization of Jokerit also had some changes after —08 season.
The team's general manager Matti Virmanen was moved to work as the director of sports activities for Jokerit, and was replaced as the general manager by former Jokerit-alumni and Finnish international player, Keijo Säilynoja , who started as the GM for Jokerit on 15 June Jokerit announced that Hanlon would not be coaching the team, but a former Jokerit head coach from to , Hannu Aravirta , took over again.
The season started badly and they were placed last for some time. On 25 November, Aravirta was sacked and replaced by Hannu Jortikka , who had coached the team in — Jortikka also failed and Jokerit was the last team to qualify for the playoffs' wild card -round.
Jokerit's season ended rapidly losing the wild card series 1—2 to Tappara. Before that, former majority owner Harry Harkimo had bought all the shares from minor owners Gennadi Timchenko and the Rotenbergs, which along his previously owned shares he sold to Kurri.
On March 22, , in a playoff game against CSKA Moscow, Jokerit was involved in the longest game in KHL history, finally prevailing 2—1 with the winning goal being scored at of the 5th overtime period, after of play.
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