As a sponsor of the CHL Top Scorer, LGT never misses a game.
In the Champions Hockey League, the best European hockey teams fight for the most coveted title in European club hockey. As a partner of the CHL and sponsor of CHL Top Scorer, LGT never misses a game.
They deliver maximum performance, play with unbelievable precision and exemplify strong team spirit: 32 top teams from 13 countries. And they are all pursuing one goal: to win the Champions Hockey League. Performance, precision and good teamwork: these are three key factors for success that are also important at LGT.
At LGT, we know that the performance of each individual counts when it comes to creating something big together. This is also the case at CHL and LGT Young Soloists, a string orchestra made up of up-and-coming talents that we have been partnering with since 2013.
Jan 29, 2020
February 4 is not only about the Champions Hockey League winner. LGT will present the two most important awards of the season: The LGT Most Valuable Player and the LGT Top Scorer award.
In a thrilling final the Frölunda Indians from Sweden won their third CHL championship title in February 2020. Congratulations!
The CHL season 2020/21 will start with a group stage, during which 32 teams play for a ticket to the playoffs. The 16 winning teams then fight to make it to the finals. To whom the championship goes to is decided after 120 games at the beginning of February.
See which teams have qualified for the CHL on the Champions Hockey League website.
LGT presents the two most important awards of the season: the Most Valuable Player and the Top Scorer.
The LGT Most Valuable Player is chosen in two rounds; the first round is based on fan votes only, the second is based on the votes of a jury of experts. This season, forward Ryan Lasch from Frölunda Indians won the award.
The LGT Top Scorer is awarded to a team’s highest scorer. At the end of the season, LGT then presents the award to the most successful top scorer of the entire season – this season, this was again Ryan Lasch.