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Alois SCHLODER

Federal Republic of Germany
TeamFederal Republic of Germany
Olympic Medals
1B
Games Participations3
First Olympic GamesGrenoble 1968
Year of Birth1947

Biography

In 2005, Alois Schloder became the seventh German ice hockey player to be inducted into the International Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. His career started as a forward, but he later switched to defense, playing for EV Landshut for 23 years in 806 Bundesliga matches, and scoring 496 goals and 457 assists. With EV Landshut he won German Championships in 1970 and 1983. Additionally he earned 206 international caps, scoring 87 goals, and participated at three consecutive Olympics (1968 – 1976) and eight World Championships (plus 5 B World Championships), captaining the team from 1971-78. His career highlight was his 1976 Winter Olympics bronze medal.

In 1972 Schloder had a doping positive and was suspended from the team, the first doping suspension ever at the Winter Olympics. His suspension was later lifted. After his playing career ended he became a television commentator for ice hockey at four Winter Olympics, while in 2001 Alois Schloder was inducted into the German Hall of Fame for Ice Hockey.

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