1974–75 IIHF European Cup

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The 1974–75 European Cup was the tenth edition of the European Cup, IIHF's premier European club ice hockey tournament. The season started on September 1, 1974, and finished on February 19, 1977.

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The tournament was won by Krylya Sovetov Moscow, who beat Dukla Jihlava in the final

First round

The first round was played September 1 – December 14, 1974.

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
SG Cortina Flag of Italy.svg 2:5, 3:4 Flag of Austria.svg EC KAC
SC Saint-Gervais Flag of France.svg 0:7, 2:6 Flag of Hungary.svg Ferencvárosi TC
HK Olimpija Ljubljana Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg 6:2, 4:1 Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).svg HK CSKA Sofia
SG Dynamo Weißwasser Flag of East Germany.svg 14:2, 3:2 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Tilburg Trappers
Berliner SC Flag of Germany.svg 7:5, 6:3 Flag of Norway.svg Hasle/Løren IL
HIFK Flag of Finland.svg 8:7, 6:7 (3:1 PS) Flag of Poland.svg Podhale Nowy Targ

Flag of Switzerland.svg SC Bern, Flag of Sweden.svg Leksands IF  : bye

Second round

The second round was played December 22, 1974 – February 6, 1975.

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
EC KAC Flag of Austria.svg 8:6, 5:5 Flag of Hungary.svg Ferencvárosi TC
HK Olimpija Ljubljana Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg 4:6, 2:8 Flag of East Germany.svg SG Dynamo Weißwasser
Berliner SC Flag of Germany.svg 3:4, 5:3 Flag of Switzerland.svg SC Bern
HIFK Flag of Finland.svg w/o Flag of Sweden.svg Leksands IF

Third round

The third round was played in February 1975.

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
EC KAC Flag of Austria.svg 1:8, 3:7 Flag of East Germany.svg SG Dynamo Weißwasser
Berliner SC Flag of Germany.svg 1:3, 2:4 Flag of Finland.svg HIFK

Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava, Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Krylya Sovetov Moscow  : bye

Semifinals

The semifinals were played September 1, 1975 – March 19, 1976.

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
Krylya Sovetov Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 4:1, 4:3 Flag of East Germany.svg SG Dynamo Weißwasser
HIFK Flag of Finland.svg 2:7, 4:10 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava

Finals

The finals were played February 17–19, 1977.

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
Dukla Jihlava Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 3:2, 0:7 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Krylya Sovetov Moscow

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