The eight-time National League Champions even have a Spengler Cup to their name.
But it’s the fans that make the hockey in Cologne so attractive to Canadian travelers.
We were beside ourselves whilst learning about such a significant team to both European and Canadian hockey culture.
Wandering around the city makes you feel like you’re in a crossover between Quebec City and Amsterdam.
We found that even the people of Gothenburg were filled with the same charm and vibrancy that we felt as we explored the city.
Many hockey-loving travelers don’t know that some of Europe’s most culture-filled towns and cities are the best places to revisit some of hockey’s most historic moments or watch two star-studded teams duke it out in person.
That’s why our team of Flight Network travel analysts spent months gathering the most up-to-date data, researching destinations, surveying hockey fans and communicating with international hockey organizations.
After we devoured many of the city’s famous sites and glorious constructions, we tracked down another one of their other time-honoured treasures, HC Dynamo Moscow!
Even to the neophyte Canadian hockey fans, Russians team needs no introduction.
Aside from hosting sporting events like the Ice hockey World Championships and the Victoria Cup, the over 11,000-seat stadium has welcomed the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Kiss, Pink Floyd, Bob Marley and Queen.
The easiest way to explain Gothenburg is that it would be an amazing place to live.
Not only is the Scandinavium beautifully designed but it can light up like a flare in the night sky.
The awe-inspiring show of colourful lights turns this edifice into a shining beacon and symbol of the Gothenburg Indians.
This old trading colony has kept much of its original European cityscape like the old 2-story European walk-ups and Dutch-influenced canals.