IIHF European Cup

SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-up 
1965–66 ZKL Brno6–4, 7–5, 6–2, 6–1 EV Füssen
1966–67 ZKL Brno3–2, 5–4 Ilves
1967–68 ZKL Brno3–0, 3–3 Dukla Jihlava
1968–69 CSKA Moscow9–1, 14–3 EC KAC
1969–70 CSKA Moscow2–3, 8–5 Spartak Moscow
1970–71 CSKA Moscow7–0, 3–3 Dukla Jihlava
1971–72 CSKA Moscow8–2, 8–3 Brynäs
1972–73 CSKA Moscow6–2, 12–2 Brynäs
1973–74 CSKA Moscow2–3, 6–1 Tesla Pardubice
1974–75 Krylya Sovetov Moscow2–3, 7–0 Dukla Jihlava
1975–76 CSKA Moscow6–0, 4–2 Poldi Kladno
1976–77 Poldi Kladno4–4, 4–4 (2-1 SO) Spartak Moscow
1977–78 CSKA Moscow3–1 Poldi Kladno
Group, 1978/79–1989/90
SeasonWinnerRunner-upThirdVenue
1978–79 CSKA Moscow Poldi Kladno ÄssätInnsbruck, Austria
1979–80 CSKA Moscow Tappara Slovan BratislavaInnsbruck, Austria
1980–81 CSKA Moscow HIFK Poldi KladnoUrtijëi, Italy
1981–82 CSKA Moscow TJ Vítkovice SC RiesserseeDüsseldorf, West Germany
1982–83 CSKA Moscow Dukla Jihlava TapparaTampere, Finland
1983–84 CSKA Moscow Dukla Jihlava Dynamo BerlinUrtijëi, Italy
1984–85 CSKA Moscow Kölner EC Dukla JihlavaMegève, France
1985–86 CSKA Moscow Södertälje SK SB RosenheimRosenheim, West Germany
1986–87 CSKA Moscow TJ VSŽ Košice Färjestad BKLugano, Switzerland
1987–88 CSKA Moscow Tesla Pardubice TapparaDavos, Switzerland
1988–89 CSKA Moscow TJ VSŽ Košice Kölner ECCologne, West Germany
1989–90 CSKA Moscow TPS Djurgårdens IFBerlin, West Germany
Knockout, 1990–1996
SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-upVenue
1990 Djurgårdens IF3–2 Dynamo MoscowDüsseldorf, Germany
1991 Djurgårdens IF7–2 Düsseldorfer EGDüsseldorf, Germany
1992 Malmö IF3–3 (1-0 SO) Dynamo MoscowDüsseldorf, Germany
1993 TPS4–3 Dynamo MoscowDüsseldorf, Germany
1994 Jokerit4–2 Lada TogliattiHelsinki, Turku, Finland
1995 Jokerit3–3 (3-2 SO) Kölner HaieCologne, Germany
1996 Lada Togliatti4–3 (OT) ModoDüsseldorf, Germany