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TPS Turku is a professional ice hockey club based in Turku, Finland, playing in the SM-liiga. It was founded in 1922 under the name Turun Palloseura and began its hockey activities in 1929. 10 times champion of the league, TPS is one of the most successful team in the league; 6 of those championships were obtained under legendary coach Hannu Jortikka's orders.

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Achievements

  • Finnish Champions: 1956, 1976, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1999, 2000 and 2001.
  • European Champions: 1993, 1997

Players

Current squad

Last updated: August 3rd 2006

Goaltenders
Number Name Catches Acquired Birth place
19 Juho Santonen L 2003 Turku, Finland
35 Jani Hurme L 2006 Turku, Finland
' Tomas Duba L 2006 Prague, Czech Republic
Defensemen
Number Name Shoots Contract Birth place
2 Marko Kiprusoff L 2004 Turku, Finland
5 Henri Palmroth L 2002 Turku, Finland
6 Juho Jokinen L 2005 Kalajoki, Finland
8 Aki Berg L 2006 Turku, Finland
22 Henrik Maunula L 2006 Turku, Finland
24 Vladimir Sicak L 2006 Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
26 Teemu Kesä L 2006 Helsinki, Finland
48 Simon Backman L 2003 Pietarsaari, Finland
77 Jesse Saarinen R 2006 Turku, Finland
Forwards
Number Name Shoots Position Contract Birth place
7 Mikko Rautee L 2006 Kaarina, Finland
10 Tomi Sykkö L 2001 Turku, Finland
15 Tommi Laine L 2003 Naantali, Finland
21 Kai Nurminen L 2001 Turku, Finland
25 Jussi Markkonen L 2002 Turku, Finland
28 Ville Vahalahti L 1997 Parainen, Finland
30 Mika Alatalo L 2001 Oulu, Finland
34 Tuomas Suominen L 2002 Turku, Finland
36 Ivan Huml L 2005 Kladno, Czech Republic
39 Arttu Virtanen L Winger 2003 Turku, Finland
40 Teemu Ramstedt L 2006 Helsinki, Finland
44 Matti Aho L 2004 Halikko, Finland
82 Joni Yli-Torkko L 2006 Lappeenranta, Finland
38 Tuukka Pulliainen L 2005 Turku, Finland

Retired numbers

TPS Greats

External Link

  • Official website (in Finnish)

See also


Ice hockey in Finland
SM-liiga         Blues EspooHIFK HelsinkiHPK HämeenlinnaIlves TampereJokerit HelsinkiJYP JyväskyläKalPa KuopioKärpät OuluLukko RaumaPelicans LahtiSaiPa LappeenrantaTappara TampereTPS TurkuÄssät Pori
Mestis         D-Kiekko JyväskyläHeKi HeinolaHokki KajaaniJokipojat JoensuuJukurit MikkeliKiekko-VantaaKooKoo KouvolaLeKi LempääläSaPKo SavonlinnaSport VaasaTitaanit KotkaTuTo Turku
Suomi-sarjaII.DivisioonaIII.Divisioona
Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame
Suomen Jääkiekkoliitto
Men's Finnish National TeamWomen's Finnish National Team
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