Tobias Abstreiter
Born July 6, 1970,
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)
Position Center
Shot Left
F. teams
EV Landshut
Hedos München
Mad Dogs München
Kölner Haie
Kassel Huskies
Straubing Tigers
1. Eishockey-Liga
TSV Erding
Ntl. team Flag of Germany.png Germany
Playing career 1986–2008


Tobias Abstreiter (born July 6th 1970 in Landshut, Bayern, West Germany) is a retired professional center who spent his whole career at the German Elite level. He is currently the assistant coach of the German National Team and the head coach of the German National U19 Team and German National Junior Team.

Known as a reliable two-way player and faceoff specialist, Abstreiter began his career with the Landshut EV of the 1.Bundesliga in 1987-88. He joined the Kölner Haie in 1994-95; he would be DEL champion on two consecutive years with Die Haie. In 1997, he spent one season in the 1.Liga Süd with TSV Erding before returning to the elite level with a transfer to the Kassel Huskies; Kassel made him their captain.

His younger brother Peter also was a professional ice hockey player in the Deutsch Eishockey Liga. Tobias Abstreiter also has a son named Leon who plays in the German 3rd level league.

Coach career[edit | edit source]

Role Team Years
Head coach Landshut Cannibals 2010 - 2011
Assistant coach Düsseldorfer EG 2014 - 2018, 2018 - 2019
Assitant coach German National Team 2015 - present
Head coach Düsseldorfer EG 2018
Head coach German National U19 Team 2019 - present
Head coach German National Junior Team 2019 - present

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