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Iserlohn Roosters

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Established
1959 (63 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

Stadium/Home
Eissporthalle Iserlohn
(4,967 Capacity)

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Location
Iserlohn, Germany

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German DEL

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Upcoming Events
23 Jan 22 Iserlohn Roosters  -  Augsburger Panther
25 Jan 22 Augsburger Panther  -  Iserlohn Roosters
28 Jan 22 Iserlohn Roosters  -  Straubing Tigers
29 Jan 22 Iserlohn Roosters  -  Straubing Tigers
18 Feb 22 Iserlohn Roosters  -  Nürnberg Ice

Latest Results
16 Jan 22 Iserlohn Roosters  P - P  Augsburger Panther
14 Jan 22 Grizzly Wolfsburg  P - P  Iserlohn Roosters
09 Jan 22 Bremerhaven  P - P  Iserlohn Roosters
30 Dec 21 EHC Red  3 - 4  Iserlohn Roosters
26 Dec 21 Dusseldorf  2 - 4  Iserlohn Roosters

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The Iserlohn Roosters are a professional ice hockey team based in Iserlohn, North Rhine-Westphalia. They are members of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL) since 2000 and play their home games at the Eissporthalle Iserlohn which is also known as Eissporthalle am Seilersee. The team made the playoffs three times in its first 15 seasons in the DEL. The Roosters are widely regarded for their fans and having one of the best atmospheres at home games in Europe despite having an arena capacity for just 4967 spectators. The club caused much controversy in 1987 when, under Heinz Weifenbach, a US$900,000 advertising deal was signed for former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's The Green Book. The book is widely acknowledged as having been inspired by Mao Zedong's The Little Red Book.

Team Members
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Torsten
Ankert




Brent
Aubin




Casey
Bailey




Jens
Baxmann




Erik
Buschmann




Nils
Elten




Tim
Fleischer




Marko
Friedrich




Andreas
Jenike




Taro
Jentzsch




Ryan
Johnston




Julian
Lautenschlager




Joel
Lowry




Ryan
O'Connor




Dieter
Orendorz




Yannick
Proske




Brent
Raedeke




Bobby
Raymond




Philip
Riefers




Janick
Schwendener




Jake
Weidner




Joe
Whitney




Steve
Whitney



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Stadium or Home

Eissporthalle Iserlohn is an arena in Iserlohn, Germany. It is primarily used for ice hockey and is the home arena of Iserlohn Roosters. It opened in 1971 and holds 4,999 People

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