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GIJSBears Groningen Year Founded 1969 Home Ice Sportcentrum Kardinge (capacity 800) City Groningen, Netherlands Team Colors Red, White, Black Head Coach Sergey Yashin Championships 1 (1985–86) Pecoma Grizzlies Groningen were a professional ice hockey team in Groningen, The Netherlands. They played in the Dutch Eredivisie, the highest-level hockey division in the Netherlands. Home games were played at the Sportcentrum Kardinge. Contents 1 History 2 Season results 3 Squad 2008-09 3.1 Goalies 3.2 Defence 3.3 Forwards 3.4 Coaches 4 Championships 5 External links History Founded on December 23, 1969 as Groninger IJshockey Stichting (GIJS), the team played in the lower divisions until 1976, when it began competing in the Eredivisie. It won its first and only Eredivisie championship in the 1985-86 season, with 7 wins and 1 loss in the playoffs. Failure to attract a major sponsor forced the team out of the Eredivisie from 1988 until 2007. In 2007-2008, after winning two straight championships in the eerste divisie (the top amateur division), the team re-entered the Eredivisie for three seasons. However, after three losing seasons and weak ticket sales, the team dropped out of the Eredivisie in the summer of 2010. Season results Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, OTW = Overtime Wins, OTL = Overtime Losses, L = Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against Season GP W OTW T OTL L GF GA Pts Finish Playoffs 2009–10 28 1 0 - 1 26 87 223 4 8th, Eredivisie Did not qualify 2008–09 24 10 2 - 0 12 77 90 34 6th, Eredivisie Lost quarter-finals to Geleen 2007–08 24 1 1 - 1 21 61 207 6 7th, Eredivisie Did not qualify 1988–2006 Did not compete in Eredivisie 1986–87 10 4 - 2 - 4 52 54 12 4th, Eredivisie Did not qualify 1985–86 16 10 - 2 - 4 87 60 22 1st, Eredivisie Won National Championship 1984–85 36 27 - 1 - 8 289 136 55 4th, Eredivisie 3rd in playoff round (3-0-3) 1983–84 10 3 - 0 - 7 39 65 6 5th, Eredivisie Lost semi-final to Nijmegen (0-2) 1981–83 Did not compete in Eredivisie 1980–81 32 13 - 5 - 14 171 136 31 6th, Eredivisie Did not qualify 1979–80 18 10 - 3 - 5 102 76 23 4th, Eredivisie 3rd in playoff round (1-2-3) 1978–79 18 11 - 1 - 6 91 76 23 4th, Eredivisie 2nd in playoff round (3-0-3) 1977–78 20 15 - 0 - 5 114 86 30 1st, Eredivisie 2nd in playoff round (4-0-2) 1976–77 24 9 - 1 - 14 127 154 30 6th, Eredivisie None (regular season determined champion) 1975–76 14 9 - 2 - 7 62 77 12 5th, Eredivisie None (regular season determined champion) Squad 2008-09 Goalies 31 Mathieu Blanchard 35 Tom Korte Defence 13 Jeoen Oosterwijk 14 Noel Coultice 19 Ronald Trip 4 Preston Cicchine 44 Blair Tassone 98 Ricardo Dijkema Forwards 9 Derek Bachynski 11 Danny Kerstholt 14 Blair Lefebvre 15 Ram Sidhu 19 Boeke Balt 20 Zahir Hupsakee 21 Alwin Aschendorf 22 Reiner Holthof 24 Klaver Jan Middelweerd 69 Arjan Peters Coaches Coach: Sergey Yashin Teammanager: Kees Lok Championships Eredivisie National Championship once: 1985-86 Eerste divisie championship twice: 2005-06; 2006–07 External links Groningen Grizzlies official website (Dutch) Netherlands Ice Hockey Union (Dutch) v · d · eNIJB Eredivisie Governing Body Nederlandse IJshockey Bond Current Teams Eindhoven Kemphanen  · Geleen Eaters  · Heerenveen Flyers  · HYS The Hague  · Nijmegen Devils  · Tilburg Trappers Former Teams Amstel Tijgers  · Groningen Grizzlies  · Nijmegen Tigers  · Rotterdam Panda's · Utrecht Dragons · Zoetermeer Panthers This article about sports in the Netherlands is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This European ice hockey team-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e