|League||Deutsche Eishockey Liga|
|Home arena||Volksbank BraWo Eisarena|
|Colors||Orange, black, white|
|General manager||Karl-Heinz Fliegauf|
|Head coach||Pat Cortina|
Grizzlys Wolfsburg are a professional ice hockey club of the German professional ice hockey league Deutsche Eishockey Liga. They play their games at Eisarena in Wolfsburg. The professional team is named after the title character of The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, while the parent club is known as EHC Wolfsburg.
The team enjoys substantial financial support from the Czech automobile manufacturer Škoda Auto, which in turn belongs to the Wolfsburg-based Volkswagen Group. Grizzlys themselves have been engaged in providing support to a nearby bear park.[clarification needed]
Wolfsburg earned their first promotion to the DEL in 2004. However after one season, they were relegated back to 2.Bundesliga due to their arena not meeting league standards. In 2006, Eisarena Wolfsburg opened, allowing the club to return to the DEL, where they have remained since.
- Deutsche Eishockey Liga Championship: 2011, 2016, 2017
|2008–09||52||26||20||-||5||1||83||180||141||7||Lost in Quarterfinals|
|2009–10||56||33||19||-||2||2||97||192||152||3||Lost in Semi-finals|
|2010–11||52||31||13||-||2||6||96||156||116||1||Lost in Finals|
|2011–12||52||25||17||-||1||3||91||174||122||3||Lost in Quarterfinals|
|2012–13||52||19||23||-||2||2||73||142||150||10||Lost in Semi-finals|
|2013–14||52||25||19||-||2||1||88||151||125||6||Lost in Semi-finals|
|2014–15||52||28||18||-||3||3||84||152||136||7||Lost in Semi-finals|
|2015–16||52||25||19||-||3||1||87||151||118||4||Lost in Finals|
|2016–17||52||30||16||-||5||1||91||153||128||5||Lost in Finals|
|2017–18||52||25||20||-||5||2||76||153||146||7||Lost in Quarterfinals|
|2019–20||52||26||23||-||2||1||74||147||150||9||Cancelled due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.|
Updated July 10, 2019.
- "Deutsche Eishockey Liga beendet Saison vorzeitig". del.org (in German). Retrieved 10 March 2020.
- "Grizzlys Wolfsburg team roster" (in German). Grizzlys Wolfsbug. Retrieved 19 August 2016.
- Official website (in German)
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