2012â€“13 NLA season
The season 2012/13 was the sixth regular season after the renaming of the former Swiss National League A in National League A. Since the NLB Champion SC Langenthal in 2012 failed in the League qualifier on HC Ambri -Piotta, started the league in 2012/13 with the same teams as last season.
- 4.1 tournament tree
- 4.2 quarterfinals 4.2.1 ( 1) Fribourg- Gottéron - ( 8) EHC Biel
- 4.2.2 ( 4) ZSC Lions - (5 ) HC Davos
- 4.2.3 ( 2) SC Bern - (7 ) Genève -Servette HC
- 4.2.4 ( 3) EV train - (6 ) HC Lugano
- 4.3.1 ( 1) Fribourg- Gottéron - (4 ) ZSC Lions
- 4.3.2 ( 2) SC Bern - (3 ) EV train
- 4.4.1 ( 1) Fribourg- Gottéron - (2 ) SC Bern 188.8.131.52 champion team SC Bern
- 5.1 tournament tree
- 6.1 tournament tree
Be played by the 12 teams 2 double rounds of 22 games. There are 6 per team per additional matches against three opponents, on the basis of a regional division (East, Central, West ) are fixed. Overall, therefore, denies any team's 50 qualifying matches. After that, the best eight teams in the playoffs determine the champion Swiss style. The quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will be played on the mode best -of-seven.
The other four teams determine the playout that team that has to play in the league against the champions of the National League B.
In the composition of the National League A, there was no change compared to the last season for the 2012/13 season.
Abbreviations: S = Wins, L = Losses, SNV = Wins after Overtime, NNV = Losses after Overtime, SnP = Wins after Penalty Shootout - ( Shootout ), NNP = Losses after Penalty Shootout -
As of the end of the qualification in 2012/13
Status: End of Season 2012/13
In the play-offs came together the best eight teams qualifying.
( 1) Fribourg- Gottéron - ( 8) EHC Biel
( 4) ZSC Lions - (5 ) HC Davos
( 2) SC Bern - (7 ) Genève -Servette HC
( 3) EV train - (6 ) HC Lugano
( 1) Fribourg- Gottéron - (4 ) ZSC Lions
( 2) SC Bern - (3 ) EV train
( 1) Fribourg- Gottéron - (2 ) SC Bern
Champion team SC Bern
Goalkeepers: Marco Buehrer, Olivier Gigon
Attacker: Jaroslav Bednar, Alain Berger, Pascal Berger, Christoph Bertschy, Jeff Campbell, Ryan Gardner, Michaël Loichat, Caryl Neuenschwander, Martin Plüss Flurin Randegger, Byron Ritchie, Daniel Rubin, Ivo Rüthemann, Tristan Scherwey, Julian dirt, Petr Sykora, Joël Vermin
Head Coach: Antti Törmänen assistant coach Lars Leuenberger
Both the play- outs, as well as the play-offs are consistently played in the Best of Seven mode.
The League qualification is consistently played in the Best of Seven mode. The loser of the NLA Playout SCL Tigers hits the NLB Master Lausanne HC. The winner of the series will qualify for the 2013/14 NLA Season.