Fixtures

Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/06 18:00 - Herning Blue Fox vs Rødovre Mighty Bulls - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/09 18:00 - Rødovre Mighty Bulls vs Odense Bulldogs - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/13 17:00 - Aalborg Pirates vs Rødovre Mighty Bulls - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/21 17:00 - Rødovre Mighty Bulls vs Frederikshavn Whitehawks - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/27 17:00 - Rødovre Mighty Bulls vs Rungsted Ishockey - View
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/29 17:00 - Herlev Eagles vs Rødovre Mighty Bulls - View

Results

Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 12/03 17:00 - [8] Herlev Eagles v Rødovre Mighty Bulls [9] L 3-0
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 11/29 18:00 - [9] Rødovre Mighty Bulls v Odense Bulldogs [7] W 4-3
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 11/26 18:30 - [9] Rødovre Mighty Bulls v Frederikshavn Whitehawks [2] W 3-0
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 11/23 17:00 - [4] Sonderjyske v Rødovre Mighty Bulls [9] L 5-0
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 11/20 18:30 - [9] Rødovre Mighty Bulls v Rungsted Ishockey [7] W 4-3
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 11/19 18:30 - [7] Rungsted Ishockey v Rødovre Mighty Bulls [9] L 3-1
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 11/16 19:15 - [9] Rødovre Mighty Bulls v Esbjerg Energy [5] W 3-1
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 11/08 18:00 - [1] Aalborg Pirates v Rødovre Mighty Bulls [9] L 2-1
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 11/04 19:15 - [9] Rødovre Mighty Bulls v Herning Blue Fox [3] L 1-2
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 10/28 17:00 - [4] Sonderjyske v Rødovre Mighty Bulls [9] L 6-0
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 10/25 16:00 - [9] Rødovre Mighty Bulls v Esbjerg Energy [6] L 1-2
Dánsko - Metal Ligaen 10/23 17:00 - [9] Rødovre Mighty Bulls v Frederikshavn Whitehawks [2] L 1-2

Wikipedia - Rødovre Mighty Bulls

The Rødovre Mighty Bulls is a Danish professional ice hockey team based in Rødovre, Denmark, playing in the Metal Ligaen, the top tier of Danish ice hockey. The club was founded in 1961 and play their home games in the Rødovre Skøjte Arena which has a capacity of 3,600 spectators.

The club has won the Danish championship 6 times in 1978, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1990 and 1999.

From 1977-1979, the team was coached by Boris Kulagin, the former coach of the Soviet national ice hockey team. Kulagin joined the Danish team after getting fired as head coach of the Soviet national team following a disappointing 3rd-place finish at the 1977 World Ice Hockey Championships. Rødovre had used contacts at the Soviet Embassy in Copenhagen, asking them to find a suitable coach for the team. Much to their surprise, they received the famous World Championship winning coach. The fact that such a high level coach was sent to coach in the then lowly Danish league was seen by many as an additional form of punishment for the poor result at the 1977 World Championships. Under Kulagin's guidance, the team won their first Danish title in 1978.