Tim Wolf

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Tim Wolf
NLA, Lausanne HC vs. Rapperswil-Jona Lakers, 11th November 2014 46.JPG
Born (1992-01-25) January 25, 1992 (age 32)
Zurich, Switzerland
Height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Weight 176 lb (80 kg; 12 st 8 lb)
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
NL team
Former teams
EV Zug
HC Ajoie
ZSC Lions
Rapperswil-Jona Lakers
HC Ambrì-Piotta
HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
Playing career 2010present

Tim Wolf (born January 25, 1992) is a Swiss professional ice hockey goaltender who is currently playing with EV Zug in the National League (NL). Wolf made his European Elite debut during the 2010–11 season playing in the National League with the ZSC Lions.

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Playing career

In the 2014–15 season, Wolf played in a career high 38 games in the NL with the Rapperswil-Jona Lakers, however was unable to save the club from relegation. On August 3, 2015, he was signed to remain in the top league, by HC Ambrì-Piotta to a one-year deal as a replacement for Nolan Schaefer. [1]

International play

Wolf participated at the 2012 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships as a member of the Switzerland men's national junior ice hockey team.

Career statistics

Regular season and playoffs

Regular season Playoffs
Season TeamLeagueGPWLMINGA GAA SV% SO PIM GPWLMINGAGAASV%SOPIM
2009-10 GCK Lions NLB 302126146.68-0----------
2010-11 GCK LionsNLB623242133.23-00---------
2010–11 ZSC Lions NLA 10111211.70.50000---------
2011-12 GCK LionsNLB2411101367652.85-10412236143.57-00
2012-13 GCK LionsNLB219101249673.22-00---------
2012–13 ZSC LionsNLA803308163.12.87700---------
2013-2014 ZSC LionsNLA64126292.06.920104009121.33.95000
2013-14 GC Küsnacht LionsNLB16310940583.70-00---------
2014-15 Rapperswil-Jona Lakers NLA38111922021143.11.899121146694322.77.91510
2015-16 HC Ambrì-Piotta NLA503201195.69.8270021111973.56.89100
2016-17 HC La Chaux-de-Fonds NLB352472029892.6390,6221055596282.82.90412
2017-18 HC La Chaux-de-FondsSL42211324301112.74.91220503317163.03.88700
2018-19 HC La Chaux-de-FondsSL321861859712.29.922301354788261.98.93600
2019-20 HC Ajoie SL332371919732.28.90710541299122.41.93000
2020-21 HC AjoieSL312161865652.09.9305016124967311.92.94442
2021-22 HC AjoieNL4483324211634.04.89714---------
2021-22 EHC Kloten SL0--------87050791.07.96112
2022-23 HC AjoieNL308181658913.29.90900521349122.07.94200
NL totals132317870614143.52.8983622781250532.54.92312
SL totals2439355115925152.67.9189261291233911202.12.93666

Tournament

YearTeamEventResultGPWLMINGA GAA SV% SO PIM
2012 ZSC Lions European Trophy Regulation Round2--11963.04.89700
2013 ZSC LionsEuropean TrophyRegulation Round2--8043.00.90200
2015Rapperswil-Jona Lakers Swiss Cup Quarter-finals32114952.02-1-
2014 HC Davos / Genève-Servette HC Spengler Cup Gold medal icon.svg0--------
2014-15 Rapperswil-Jona LakersNLA QualificationRelegated in LNB301166113.98.89602
2016HC Ambrì-PiottaSwiss CupQuarter-finals32118582.59-0-
2017HC La Chaux-de-FondsSwiss CupRound of 161006532.77-0-
2018HC La Chaux-de-FondsSwiss CupRound of 321016033.00-0-
2019HC La Chaux-de-FondsSwiss CupRound of 161106000.001.0001-
2020HC AjoieSwiss CupGold medal icon.svg440241122.99-0-
2021HC AjoieSwiss CupQuarter-finals32117951.68-0-
2022-23 HC AjoieNL QualificationMaintain in NL54133391.62.95200

International

YearTeamEventResultGPWLMINGA GAA SV% SO PIM
2012 Switzerland WJC 8th522254122.84.91002

Awards and honours

AwardYearRef
Swiss U17 Elit
Champion2007-08 [2]
Swiss U21 Elit A
Champion2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 [3]
Most wins2010-11 [4]
WJC
Top 3 Player on Team 2012 [5]
NLA
Champion 2013-2014 [6]
NLB / SL
Most wins 2016-17, 2018-19 [7]
Most Minutes Played 2018-19 [8]
Champion 2020-21, 2021-22 [9]
NL Promotion 2020-21, 2021-22 [10]
Spengler Cup
Champion 2014 [11]
Swiss Cup
Champion2020 [12]

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