1967–68 IIHF European Cup

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The 1967–68 European Cup was the third edition of the European Cup, IIHF's premier European club ice hockey tournament. The season started on October 13, 1967, and finished on April 6, 1968.

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The tournament was won by ZKL Brno, who beat Dukla Jihlava in the final

First round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
Ässät Flag of Finland.svg 6:3, 6:2 Flag of Poland.svg HK Legia Warszawa
Gladsaxe SF Flag of Denmark.svg 1:12, 1:15 Flag of Norway.svg Vålerenga
Düsseldorfer EG Flag of Germany.svg 8:2, 8:3 Flag of France.svg HC Chamonix
HK CSKA Sofia Flag of Bulgaria (1967-1971).svg 3:5, 3:8 Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg HK Jesenice
EC KAC Flag of Austria.svg 6:2, 4:3 Flag of Hungary.svg Ferencvárosi TC
EC Kloten Flag of Switzerland.svg w/o Flag of Italy.svg SG Cortina

Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin, Flag of Sweden.svg Brynäs IF : bye

Second round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
Ässät Flag of Finland.svg 7:2, 8:3 Flag of Norway.svg Vålerenga
Düsseldorfer EG Flag of Germany.svg 4:4, 3:7 Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg HK Jesenice
Brynäs IF Flag of Sweden.svg 4:3, 3:4 (0:2 PS) Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin
EC Kloten Flag of Switzerland.svg 4:6, 0:5 Flag of Austria.svg EC KAC

Third round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
Dynamo Berlin Flag of East Germany.svg 5:0, 3:6 Flag of Finland.svg Ässät
HK Jesenice Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg 1:3, 5:6 Flag of Austria.svg EC KAC

Flag of the Czech Republic.svg ZKL Brno, Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava : bye

Semifinals

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
EC KAC Flag of Austria.svg 5:6, 5:5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg ZKL Brno
Dukla Jihlava Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 5:1, 5:4 Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin

Finals

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
ZKL Brno Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 3:0, 3:3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava

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