1984–85 IIHF European Cup

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The 1984–85 European Cup was the 20th edition of the European Cup, IIHF's premier European club ice hockey tournament. The season started on October 4, 1984, and finished on September 7, 1985.

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

First round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
Vissers Nijmegen Flag of the Netherlands.svg 19–0, 26–0 Flag of Luxembourg.svg Hiversport Luxembourg
CS Megève Flag of France.svg 10–1, 12–4 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dundee Rockets
HC Davos Flag of Switzerland.svg 17–4, 7–1 Flag of Hungary.svg Ferencvárosi TC
HK Olimpija Ljubljana Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg 6–5, 4–5 (3–2 PS) Flag of Bulgaria (1971 - 1990).svg HK CSKA Sofia
CH Jaca Flag of Spain.svg 1–14, 4–7 Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg HC Steaua București

Flag of Finland.svg Tappara, Flag of Austria.svg VEU Feldkirch, Flag of Italy.svg HC Bolzano, Flag of Norway.svg Sparta Sarpsborg, Flag of Poland.svg TMH Polonia Bytom  : bye

Second round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
CS Megève Flag of France.svg 1–14, 5–15 Flag of Finland.svg Tappara
HC Davos Flag of Switzerland.svg 11–2, 6–6 Flag of Austria.svg VEU Feldkirch
HC Bolzano Flag of Italy.svg 11–5, 4–6 Flag of Norway.svg Sparta Sarpsborg
TMH Polonia Bytom Flag of Poland.svg 6–4, 6–3 Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg HC Steaua București
Vissers Nijmegen Flag of the Netherlands.svg 4–5, 4–3 (1–0 PS) Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg HK Olimpija Ljubljana

Flag of Sweden.svg AIK, Flag of Germany.svg Kölner EC, Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin, Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava, Flag of the Soviet Union.svg CSKA Moscow  : bye

Third round

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
CSKA Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 10–1, 7–4 Flag of Switzerland.svg HC Davos
Tappara Flag of Finland.svg 6–9, 1–4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava
Vissers Nijmegen Flag of the Netherlands.svg 3–8, 2–10 Flag of Sweden.svg AIK
HC Bolzano Flag of Italy.svg 1–6, 3–9 Flag of Germany.svg Kölner EC
TMH Polonia Bytom Flag of Poland.svg 3–1, 4–6 (3–1 PS) Flag of East Germany.svg Dynamo Berlin

Final Group

(Megève, France)

Team #1ScoreTeam #2
Dukla Jihlava Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 5–3 Flag of Germany.svg Kölner EC
AIK Flag of Sweden.svg 3–0 Flag of Poland.svg TMH Polonia Bytom
CSKA Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 9–3 Flag of Germany.svg Kölner EC
Dukla Jihlava Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 10–0 Flag of Poland.svg TMH Polonia Bytom
CSKA Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 11–0 Flag of Poland.svg TMH Polonia Bytom
AIK Flag of Sweden.svg 3–1 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava
CSKA Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 5–1 Flag of Sweden.svg AIK
Kölner EC Flag of Germany.svg 5–4 Flag of Poland.svg TMH Polonia Bytom
CSKA Moscow Flag of the Soviet Union.svg 6–4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava
Kölner EC Flag of Germany.svg 6–3 Flag of Sweden.svg AIK

Final group standings

RankTeamPoints
1 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg CSKA Moscow 8
2 Flag of Germany.svg Kölner EC 4
3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dukla Jihlava 4
4 Flag of Sweden.svg AIK 4
5 Flag of Poland.svg TMH Polonia Bytom 0

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