ASC Corona 2010 Brașov (ice hockey)

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ASC Corona Braşov Wolves
Full name ASC Corona 2010 Braşov
Nickname(s) ASC Corona Wolves Brașov
Founded 2007
Based in Braşov
Arena Braşov Olympic Ice Rink
(capacity: 2,000)
League Romanian Hockey League
(2007–present)
MOL Liga
(2009–present)
Team colors          
President Zoltan Olti Pasca
Head coach Jerry Andersson
Assistant coaches Håkan Nygren
Captain Árpád Mihály
Website Corona Wolves Official Website

ASC Corona 2010 Braşov, founded in 2007 as Sport Club Municipal Fenestela 68, is an ice hockey team in Braşov, Romania.

The team has registered to play in the Romanian national league in 2008 and in the MOL League in 2009.

They won the 2012 Romanian Cup after winning the final against HSC Csíkszereda and were runners-up in the 2010–11 and 2011–12 editions of the Romanian national league and the 2008, 2010 and 2011 editions of the Romanian Cup. In 2013-2014 Corona Wolves Brasov won the Romanian National League and run up in the 2014 edition of the Continental Cup. Also in the 2013-2014 season they were vice champions of the MOL League after beating DAB Docler ( the champion of the 2012-2013 edition, from Hungary) in the semifinals and lost against Nove Zamky (Slovakia) in the finals.

In the 2014-2015 season they won once again the Romanian Cup against HSC Csíkszereda and play in the finals of the Romanian National League. Corona Wolves Brașov are qualified in the playoffs of the MOL League 2014-2015 edition.

History[edit]

20th century[edit]

SCM Braşov[edit]

Results[edit]

Achievements[edit]

  • National League:
    • Winners (1): 2013–14
    • Runners-up (3): 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13
  • Romanian Cup:
    • Winners (1): 2012, 2014
    • Runners-up (3): 2008, 2010, 2011
  • MOL League:
    • Vice champions (1): 2013-2014
    • Runners-up (4)
  • Continental Cup:
    • Runners-up (1): 2014


Current roster and administrative staff[edit]

  • Coach: Sweden Jerry Andersson
  • Head manager: Romania Dan Crăciun

Notes: the blue, green and red cell colours represent the rink positions of the players - goaltenders, defencemen and forwards respectively; the age of the players is calculated for the first match of the season (7 September 2012); the "Other teams" column lists notable (but especially recent) teams where players have been registered until joining Corona Brașov

No. Pos Player name Nationality Birth date Height (cm) Weight (kg) Other teams[1]
33 Patric Polc  Slovakia Age 27 (26 March 1985) 186 92 ---
29 Rajmond Fulop  Romania Age 25 (3 July 1987) 180 80 ---
31 Szillard Beres  Romania Age 20 (26 September 1991) 187 80 ---
94 Juhamatti Hietamaki  Finland Age 27 (22 March 1985) 179 90 HungaryFerencváros TC, 7 other teams (Finland)
52 Janos Imre  Romania Age 21 (11 November 1990) 179 80 ---
84 Nagy Csaba  Romania Age 28 (24 August 1984) 186 85 ---
17 Zsombor Antal  Romania Age 27 (7 March 1985) 175 85 ---
25 Attila Imecs  Romania Age 21 (10 February 1991) 182 86 ---
87 Peter Zsolt  Romania Age 21 (7 August 1991) 171 72 ---
10 Fodor Csanad  Romania Age 21 (16 November 1990) 170 73 ---
73 Zsolt Balint  Romania Age 22 (26 October 1989) 177 80 ---
71 Levente Zsok  Romania Age 28 (21 October 1983) 178 73 ---
85 Petres Tivadar  Romania Age 27 (8 February 1985) 173 75 ---
77 Csanad Virag  Romania Age 23 (27 December 1988) 180 81 ---
24 Arpad Mihaly  Romania Hungary Age 34 (27 June 1980) 188 99 ---
7 Zsolt Molnar  Romania Age 27 (06 August 1987) 177 81 ---
18 Martin Saluga  Slovakia Age 36 (18 October 1982) 183 85 ---
21 Richard Filip  Slovakia Age 31 (17 July 1983) 190 92 ---
23 Pysarenko Evgenii  Romania Ukraine Age 34 (12 April 1980) 191 95 ---
43 Jaroslav Obsut  Slovakia Age 38 (09 March 1976) 186 95 ---
63 Peter Klouda  Slovakia Age 36 (01 June 1978) 192 92 ---
88 Marton Hunor  Romania Age 21 (03 December 1993) 178 85 ---
19 Denis Dumitru  Romania Age 20 (20 April 1994) 185 83 ---
26 Daniel Lucian Oprea  Romania Age 20 (13 December 1994) 179 78 ---
37 Han Ki Hoon  South Korea Age 28 (25 February 1986) 176 82 ---

Venue[edit]

Corona play on the Olympic Ice Rink (Romanian: Patinoarul Olimpic) in the city. It was inaugurated in January 2010 and can usually host more than 1,500 people in seats; it has been called the best in the MOL League by coach Greg Lindqvist.[2] It is located at no. 5 Turnului street, which is 5 minutes walking distance from the railway station and easily accessible by public transportation.

Notes and references[edit]

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