1983–84 IIHF European Cup

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The 1983–84 European Cup was the 19th edition of the European Cup, IIHF's premier European club ice hockey tournament. The season started on October 5, 1983, and finished on August 12, 1984.

The IIHF European Cup, also known as the Europa Cup, was a European ice hockey club competition for champions of national leagues which was contested between 1965 and 1997, governed by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF).

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The tournament was won by CSKA Moscow, who won the final group.

HC CSKA Moscow Russian ice hockey team

HC CSKA Moscow is a Russian professional ice hockey club based in Moscow. The club is a member of the Tarasov Division in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). It is referred to in the West as "Central Red Army" or the "Red Army Team" for its past affiliation with the Soviet Army, popularly known as the Red Army. CSKA won more Soviet championships and European cups than any other team in history. It is owned by Russia's largest oil company, Rosneft, which is in turn majority-owned by the Russian government.

First round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
SC Saint-Gervais Flag of France.svg 6–4, 8–4 Flag of Hungary.svg Újpesti Dózsa
Rødovre SIK Flag of Denmark.svg 12–3, 9–2 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dundee Rockets
Furuset Flag of Norway.svg 5–8, 5–4 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Flyers Heerenveen
EHC Biel Flag of Switzerland.svg 4–3, 9–7 Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg HK Olimpija Ljubljana

Flag of Austria.svg VEU Feldkirch, Flag of Italy.svg HC Bolzano, Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin, Flag of Sweden.svg Djurgårdens IF  : bye

VEU Feldkirch ice hockey team

VEU Feldkirch is a professional ice hockey team from Feldkirch, Austria at Vorarlberghalle. The team currently plays in the Inter-National League. VEU Feldkirch were nine-time Austrian ice hockey champions when they played in the higher level Austrian Hockey League, before being relegated. Their biggest success was the win of the European Hockey League in 1998 with its coach Ralph Krueger.

Eisbären Berlin ice hockey team

Eisbären Berlin  is a professional ice hockey team based in Berlin, Germany. The team competes in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL), the highest level of play in professional German ice hockey, and is also one of the league's founding members. The Eisbären have won the DEL championship more often than any other team. The club captured national 7 DEL titles. They won the German ice hockey cup in 2008 as well as the European Trophy in 2010. Before reunification the team won the East German ice hockey championship 15 times.

Djurgårdens IF Hockey ice hockey club in Stockholm, Sweden

Djurgårdens IF Ishockeyförening – commonly known as Djurgårdens IF, Djurgården Hockey, Djurgården – is a professional ice hockey team based in Stockholm, Sweden, affiliated with the Djurgårdens IF umbrella organization. Djurgården is the most successful Swedish hockey team of all time, as 16-time Swedish Champions, 10-time runners-up, and leaders of the marathon table for the top flight of Swedish hockey, as well as two-time European Cup winners. Djurgården is currently playing in the Swedish premier ice hockey league, the Swedish Hockey League. The ice hockey department was first established in 1922 and has since been playing in the Swedish league system, with the exception of four years in the 1930s when the hockey department was temporarily dissolved.

Second round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
SC Saint-Gervais Flag of France.svg 4–7, 2–2 Flag of Italy.svg HC Bolzano
Rødovre SIK Flag of Denmark.svg 2–12, 2–9 Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin
Flyers Heerenveen Flag of the Netherlands.svg 0–13, 2–15 Flag of Sweden.svg Djurgårdens IF
VEU Feldkirch Flag of Austria.svg 9–5, 2–3 Flag of Switzerland.svg EHC Biel

Flag of Finland.svg HIFK, Flag of Germany.svg EV Landshut, Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava, Flag of the Soviet Union.svg CSKA Moscow  : bye

Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna i Helsingfors is a sports club from Helsinki, Finland. Formed in 1897 HIFK is the oldest IFK club in Finland. The club has activities in many sports, including football, ice hockey, bandy, floorball, handball, athletics and bowling.

Third round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
HC Bolzano Flag of Italy.svg 1–12, 2–11 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg CSKA Moscow
Dynamo Berlin Flag of East Germany.svg 7–3, 2–4 Flag of Finland.svg HIFK
Djurgårdens IF Flag of Sweden.svg 5–1, w/o Flag of Germany.svg EV Landshut
VEU Feldkirch Flag of Austria.svg 6–7, 3–7 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava

Final Group

(Urtijëi, Italy)

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
Dukla Jihlava Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 7–2 Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin
CSKA Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 5–0 Flag of Sweden.svg Djurgårdens IF
CSKA Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 4–3 Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin
Dukla Jihlava Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 3–1 Flag of Sweden.svg Djurgårdens IF
Dynamo Berlin Flag of East Germany.svg 5–3 Flag of Sweden.svg Djurgårdens IF
CSKA Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 4–3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava

Final group standings

RankTeamPoints
1 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg CSKA Moscow 6
2 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava 4
3 Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin 2
4 Flag of Sweden.svg Djurgårdens IF 0

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