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Lucio Topatigh

Right winger Lucio Topatigh is often regarded as one of the best Italian-born players in the game. Nicknamed il Falco di Gallio by the Italian fans (which translates as the Gallio Hawk, after the city of Gallio where he was born), Topatigh enjoyed some outstanding seasons in the Serie A. In 1989-90, Topatigh registered 83 points (39 goals and 44 assists) in only 41 games while playing on an extremely powerful HC Bolzano team that featured former NHLers Mark Napier and Ron Flockhart, young Italian-Canadian star Bruno Zarrillo and Martin Pavlu.

Topatigh enjoyed his best season in 1999-00 while playing along with Aliaksandr Galchenyuk for AS Asiago. Topatigh delivered a 58 goals and 69 assists effort, good for 127 points, six points ahead of Galchenyuk and 25 points ahead of the third best scorer of the league, Lino De Toni. Through his career that spanned on 23 seasons, Topatigh registered an impressive total of 517 goals and 635 assists (1152 points) in 819 matches, all leagues and competitions together.

With such a resumé, it comes as no surprise that Topatigh was a regular sight in an Italian National Team jersey; he represented Italy in ten World Championships and three Olympic Games.

Serie A 2010-11 teams
LogoItalyAlleghe.jpg HC Alleghe AS Asiago.jpg AS Asiago HC Bolzano.jpg HC Bolzano
SG Cortina.gifSG Cortina SHC Fassa.jpg SHC Fassa FVG Pontebba.jpg Aquile FVG Pontebba
SV Ritten.jpg SV Ritten HC Val Pusteria.jpg HC Val Pusteria HC Valpellice.jpg HC Valpellice
This appears to be the final look of the league after the Federazione Italiana Sport del Ghiaccio's refusal to admit WSV Sterzing into the league.
Serie A2 2010-11 teams
EV Bozen 84 HC Eppan HC Gherdeina
HC Merano Junior HC Milano Rossoblu HC Neumarkt-Egna
HC Real Torino SV Kaltern WSV Sterzing
This appears to be the final look of the league after the Federazione Italiana Sport del Ghiaccio's refusal to admit WSV Sterzing into the Serie A.
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Italian National Team Serie A2
Women's Italian National Team Serie C
Serie A Leghe amatoriali altoatesine di hockey su ghiaccio

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Italian Hockey News
April 15th: AS Asiago defeats SV Ritten 5-2 to clinch the Serie A title in a four games sweep. Goaltender Daniel Bellissimo was elected Player of the Year in the league.
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