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Lu, Yan (- )
International Career : Played for China (Women) in the 1998 Olympics.
Lubbock Cotton Kings [web site]
Logo ę Lubbock Cotton Kings
Lubbock, Texas, USA. Played in the Western Professional Hockey League 1999-01 and the Central Hockey League 2001- .
Home ice : Lubbock Municipal Coliseum/City Bank Coliseum (6,440)
Team colours : blue, gold & white
Affiliations have included :
General manager : Mark Adams, Fred Meseke, Todd Chisnell
Head coach : Alan May 1999-00, Bill McDonald 2000-02, Bill McDonald & Tracy Egeland 2002-03, Kirk Tomlinson 2003-04, Chris Dashney 2004-06, Chris Dashney & Craig Janney 2006- 
Team captain : Paul Fioroni
Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
Lubbock, Texas, USA.
Home ice for : Lubbock Cotton Kings
Capacity : 7,050
Ice pad size : 
Lubenov, Kiril (1973- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Bulgaria in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Lubkin, Vladimir (- )
Club Career : Played for HC Amiens Somme.
Honours : Won the Raymond Dewas Trophy in 1988-89.
Lubnin, Sergei (1959- )
Born in Ukraine, USSR.
International Career : Coached Ukraine (Junior) in the 2002-03 World Championship (Junior) Division I & 2003-04 World Championship (Junior).
Medals : Won World Championship (Junior) Division I (Group A) gold in 2002-03 (coach).
Lucas, Edmund (- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for South Africa in the 1966 World Championships.
Lucas, Scotty (- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for South Africa in the 1961 World Championships.
Ludemann, Mirko (1973- )
Right-wing.
International Career : Played for Germany in the 1998 Olympics and the 1999 World Championship Pool B.
Ludlow, W W (- )
Developed a rotary engine and pump used in 1876 in the world's first rink with articially frozen ice. See Glaciarium
Ludwig, Craig (1961- )
Born in Rhinelander, Wiscounsin, USA. Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for Montreal Canadiens 1982-90, New York Islanders 1990-91, Minnisota North Stars 1991-93 and Dallas Stars 1993-99.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1986 & 1999.
Ludwikczak, Witalis (1910- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Poland 1929- (including the 1936 Olympics). 
Club Career : Played for Pogon Katowice.
Ludzik, Steve (1962- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Centre. Chicago Blackhawks 3rd pick (28th overall) in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career (playing) : Played for Chicago Blackhawks & New Brunswick Hawks 1981-82, Chicago Blackhawks 1982-88, Chicago Blackhawks & Saginaw Hawks 1988-89, Buffalo Sabres & Rochester Americans 1989-90, Rochester Americans 1990-92 and EK Zell am Zee 1992-93. 
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Muskegon Fury 1993-95, Detroit Vipers 1995-96 (assistant), Detroit Vipers 1996-99, Tampa Bay Lightning 1999-00, Tampa Bay Lightning 2000-01, Mississaga Ice Dogs 2002-03 and San Antonio Rampage & Florida Panthers 2003-04 (assistant) and San Antonio Rampage 2004-05.
Medals : Won the Calder Cup in 1982.
Won the Fred A Huber Trophy in 1996-97 (coach).
Won the Turner Cup in 1997 (coach).
Lugano (HC Lugano) [web site]
Logo ę HC Lugano
Lugano, Switzerland. Founded 1941. The most popular team in the south of Switzerland. Played in the European Cup in 1986-87 (final round), 1987-88, 1988-89 and 1990-91 (final round). 
Home ice : Pista La Resega
Team colours : white, black & yellow
All-time best players : Kent Johansson (SWE), Mats Waltin (SWE), Peter Andersson (SWE), Michael Nylander (SWE), Kari Eloranta (FIN), Igor Larionov (RUS), J÷rg Eberle (SUI) and Marcel Jenni (SUI).
Honours : Won the Swiss Championship in 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1990.
Luggen, Mike (1973-) 
Forward.
International Career : Played for New Zealand in the 1998 World Championships Pool D
Club Career : Played for Auckland.
Lukac, Josef (1957- )
Born in Kosice, Slovakia. Played 12 seasons in the Czechoslovakian league, 422 games (172 goals). A very talented left wing who impressed while playing for the Czechoslovakian junior national team. He never fullfilled his potential and never played on the senior national team. In his early part of his career he played on the same line as his brothers Imrich Lukac and Vincent Lukac.
Club Career : Played for VSZ Kosice 1967-81, Dukla Trencin 1981-82, VSZ Kosice 1982-85, Zetor Brno 1986-87 and Streatham Redskins 1989-90.
Lukac, Vincent (1954- )
Born in Kosice, Slovakia. Right-wing. He played 14 seasons in the Czechoslovakian league, 513 games (393 goals). He was the top scorer in 1980 (40 goals) and 1982 (49 goals). A right wing who during his playing days in VSZ Kosice formed an all brother line together with Imrich Lukac and Josef Lukac. On the national team he was mostly paired with his fellow Slovaks Darius Rusnak and Igor Liba. Lukac had great speed and excellent hands. He is one of the top scorers in Czechoslovakian league history. He was also known for his outgoing style and was great to have in the dressing room.
International Career : Played for Czechoslovakia 146 times (70 goals) and competed in four World Championships (1977, 1982, 1983 and 1985).  Played in the 1980 and 1984 Olympics and the 1984 Canada Cup.
Club Career : Played for VSZ Kosice 1967-81, Dukla Jihlava 1981-82 (league champion), VSZ Kosice 1982-85, SB Rosenheim 1985-87, Wiener EV 1987-88, Fife Flyers 1988-89 and Streatham Redskins 1989-90.
Medals : Won World Championship gold in 1977 & 1985.
Honours : Won the Golden Stick Award in 1983.
Lukas, Philipp (1979- )
Centre. 
International Career : Played for Austria in the 2000 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for VEU Feldkirch.
Luke, Mike (1930- )
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Netminder.
Club Career :
Played for Dunfermline Vikings & Fife Flyers in 1954-55.
Lukenskas, Algis (1975- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Lithuania in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Lukko Rauma (Rauman Lukko)
Logo ę Lukko Rauma
Rauma, Finland. Founded in 1936. Lukko have played over 40 seasons in the top Finnish division. Played in the European Hockey League in 1996-97.
Home ice :
Rauman jńńhalli (also known as ─ijńnsuon Arena)
Team colours : yellow & blue
Head coach :
Ismo Lehkonen
Honours :
Won the Finnish Championship in 1963.
Retired jersey numbers : 4 7 8 26
Lukosius, Mindaugas (- )
International Career : General Manager for Lithuania in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Lukowich, Brad (1976- ) 
Born in Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada. Defenceman. New York Islanders 4th pick (90th overall) in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Kamloops Blazers 1992-96, Michigan K-Wings 1996-97, Dallas Stars & Michigan K-Wings 1997-99, Dallas Stars 1999-02 and Tampa Bay Lightning 2002- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1999 & 2004.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 37
Lukowich, Morris (1956- )
Born in Speers, Saskatchewan, Canada. Left-wing.
International Career :
Played for Canada in the 1981 World Championships.
Club Career :
Played for Houston Aeros 1976-78, Winnipeg Jets 1978-84, Winnipeg Jets & Boston Bruins 1984-85, Boston Bruins & Los Angeles Kings 1985-86 and Los Angeles Kings 1986-87.
Honours : WHA All-Star B Team right-wing 1978-79.
NHL All-Star Roster 1980 & 1981.
Luleň HF (Luleň Bears) [web site]
Logo ę Luleň Bears
Luleň, Sweden.  Founded 1977. The team was founded as GroKo Hockey after a merger betwen IFK Luleň and Luleň SK in 1977.  Since 1979-80 the team has been known as Luleň HF.  Luleň have played over 15 seasons in the top Swedish division. Played in the European Hockey League in 1997-98.
Home ice : Ishallen Delfinen
Team colours : red, yellow & black
Head coach : Ulf Taavola/Lars Modig
Honours : Won the Swedish Championship in 1996.
Luleň SK
See Luleň HF
Lumley, Dave (1954- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing.
Club Career : Played for Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1977-78, Montreal Canadiens & Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1978-79, Edmonton Oilers 1979-84, Hartford Whalers & Edmonton Oilers 1984-85 and Edmonton Oilers 1985-87.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1984 & 1985.
Lumley, Harry (1921-1998)
Born in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. Netminder. He had 16 seasons in the NHL starting in 1943-44 and recorded 78 regular season/play-off shut outs. He retired in 1960.
Club Career : Played for Detroit Red Wings 1943-50 (also one game for New York Rangers in 1943-44), Chicago Blackhawks 1950-52, Toronto Maple Leafs 1952-56 and Boston Bruins 1957-60.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1950.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1980 (player).
Won the Vezina Trophy in 1954.
NHL All-Star First Team 1953-54 & 1954-55.
NHL All-Star Roster 1951, 1954 & 1955.
Lumme, Jyrki (1966- )
Born in Tampere, Finland. Defenceman. Montreal Canadiens 3rd pick (57th overall) in the 1986 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Finland (Junior) 1985-86. Played for Finland in the 1988 & 1998 Olympics, the 1990, 1991, 1996, 1997 & 2000 World Championships, the 1991 Canada Cup and the 1996 World Cup of Hockey.
Club Career : Played for Ilves Tampere 1985-88, Montreal Canadiens & Sherbrooke Canadiens 1988-89, Montreal Canadiens & Vancouver Canucks 1989-90, Vancouver Canucks 1990-98 (also 12 games for Ilves Tampere during the 1994-95 NHL dispute) and Phoenix Coyotes 1998- .
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1988.
Won Olympic bronze in 1998.
Won World Championship bronze in 2000.
Won Canada Cup bronze in 1991.
Lund, Pentti (1925- )
Born in Karijoki, Finland. Right-wing. His father moved to Canada in 1927 and his mother joined him in 1930. Two years later Pentti and his brother 'Joe' joined their parents in Port Arthur. He played his junior hockey in Port Arthur. The first Finnish-born player to score a goal in the NHL and holder of a number of Firsts. He moved into sports reporting with the Fort William Times-Journal in May 1962 and became the Sports Editor two years later. The two sister cities, Port Arthur and Fort William, were amalgamated in 1970 and became Thunder Bay. He became sports editor of the Thunder Bay Times-News in 1972 and retired from that paper on 1st January 1990.
Club Career : Played for Boston Olympics 1945-46, Boston Olympics & Boston Bruins (one game) 1946-47, Hershey Bears & Boston Bruins (two games) 1947-48, New York Rangers 1948-51, Boston Bruins & Hershey Bears 1951-52, Boston Bruins 1952-53 and Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 1953-55.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1992 (player).
Elected to the Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame in 1984.
Won the John Carlin Trophy 1946-47.
Won the Calder Memorial Trophy 1948-49.
EAHL All-Star First Team 1947.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 9 18 19
Lundell, Einar (1894-1976)
Born in Sweden. Defenceman. Played 26 times for Sweden.
International Career : Played for Sweden at the 1920 Olympics. European champion in 1921 and 1923.  
Club Career : Played for IK G÷ta.
Lundh, Stephan (- )
International Career : Head Coach for Sweden in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Lundmark, Jamie (1981- )
Forward. 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) 1999-01.
Club Career : Played for Seattle Thunderbirds.
Lundstrom, Mikael (- )
International Career : Head Coach for France in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Lundstr÷m, Tord (1945- )
Born in Kiruna, Sweden. Forward.
International Career : Played for Sweden.
Club Career : Played for London Lions in 1973-74.
Luo, Lei (1973- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for China in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Luongo, Nicki (1976- )
Born in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, USA. Defence.
International Career : Played for USA (Women) in the 2000 & 2001 World Championships (Women).
Medals : Won World Championship (Women) silver in 2000 & 2001.
Luongo, Roberto (1979- ) 
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Netminder. New York Islanders 1st pick (4th overall) in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1997-99. Played for Canada in the 2003 World Championships and the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
Club Career : Played for New York Islanders & Lowell Loch Monsters 1999-00, Florida Panthers & Louisville Panthers 2000-01 and Florida Panthers 2001- .
Medals : Won World Championship gold in 2003.
Won the World Cup of Hockey in 2004.
Honours : Won World Championship (Junior U20) Best Goalkeeper Award Pool A 1998-99.
Luostarinen, Esko (- )
Born in Finland.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1985 (player).
Lupien, Gilles (1954- )
Born in Lachute, Quebec, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1974-77, Montreal Canadiens & Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1977-78, Montreal Canadiens 1978-80, Pittsburgh Penguins & Hartford Whalers & Binghamton Whalers 1980-81 and Hartford Whalers & Binghamton Whalers 1981-82.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1978 & 1979.
Lupul, Gary (1959- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1978-79.
Lupzig, Andreas (- )
International Career : Played for Germany in the 1998 Olympics.
Lussier, Jean (- )
Club Career : Played for HC Lausanne.
Lussier, Michel (- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for France in the 1979 World Championships and the 1981, 1982, 1983 & 1985 World Championship (Pool C).
Medals :
Won World Championship (Pool C) bronze in 1979.
Won World Championship (Pool C) gold in 1985.
Lustenau (EHC Lustenau)
Lustenau, Austria. 
Home ice :  
Team colours : 
Lutchenko, Vladimir (- )
International Career : Played for the USSR in 1974 against Canada (WHA All-Stars).
LŘthi, CÚsar W (1930- )
Born in Wohlen, Switzerland. Chairman of CWL Telesport - commercial partner of the IIHF for the operation of the European Hockey League. Luthi has been involved with IIHF promotion and advertising since 1978.  His company pioneered the "rolling advertisement" seen at sports venues.
Honours : Elected to the IIHF Hall of Fame in 1998.
Luxembourg - Men's National Team
See Luxembourg
Luxembourg Championship
First contested in 1997.
Luzhniki Small Sports Arena
Moscow, Russia. Luzhniki Small Sports Arena is part of the Luzhniki Sports Complex which consists of many sports arenas and stadiums (including two football grounds and another ice hockey arena - see Luzhniki Sports Palace). This arena is called the Small Sports Arena because the main football ground at the complex is called Luzhniki Stadium = Large Sports Arena. Under reconstruction in 2000 - Dynamo Moscow played home games in Luzhniki Small Sports Arena from mid January 2001.
Home ice for : Dynamo Moscow
Capacity : 14,000 seats
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet
Luzhniki Sports Palace
Moscow, Russia. Luzhniki Sports Palace is part of the Luzhniki Sports Complex which consists of many sports arenas and stadiums (including two football grounds and another ice hockey arena - see Luzhniki Small Sports Arena).
Home ice for : Dynamo Moscow until mid January 2001 (shared with CSKA Moscow in 1999-2001)
Capacity : 12,000 seats
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet

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