Too many ads! I can't see the puck! Davos versus Lugano in NLA play. Source.
It's the 89th edition of the Spengler Cup.
The teams are:
HC Davos. The host team HC Davos has been the most successful participant historically, with 15 cups out of 40 appearances in the final game, which you would expect as they have played in nearly every edition of the tournament and have not missed one since 1992. Davos is currently second in the NLA, and is enjoying a good run in the 2015-16 Champions Hockey League, having reached the semi-finals (against Frölunda), after facing Färjestad, Pardubice, HIFK, Liberec, and Skellefteå.
Team Canada. Team Canada is an assemblage of Canadians who play in the European leagues, mainly in Germany and Switzerland. They have 12 cups out of 21 finals and have a record of consecutive appearances going back to 1984. Roster.
HC Lugano. Lugano play in the Swiss league. They have appeared in the tournament once before, in 1991, when they made it to the final.
Adler Mannheim. Adler play in the German league, which they won last year. This is their eighth appearance. Canadians: Andrew Joudrey, Ryan MacMurchy, Jamie Tardif, Glen Metropolit, Brandon Yip, Mathieu Carle.
Jokerit Helsinki. Jokerit is historically one of the strongest clubs in Finland, but they joined the KHL a couple of years ago and play in the Bobrov Division. This too is their eighth appearance. Canadians: Brandon Kozun, Pascal Pelletier, Daine Todd.
Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg. Avtomobilist play in the KHL's Kharlamov Division. This is their first time in the Spengler Cup tournament.
[Team Canada beats Lugano 4 - 3 in the final.]
Avtomobilist versus Jokerit in KHL action. Source.