Alex Andjelic

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Alex Andjelic
Born (1940-08-16) 16 August 1940 (age 74)
Bačka Palanka, YUG
Position Forward
Shot Left
Played for HK Partizan
's-Hertogenbosch Red Eagles
Nijmegen Tigers
National team  Yugoslavia
Playing career 1965–1969

Alex Andjelic (Serbian: Aleksandar Anđelić) (born 16 August 1940) is an ice hockey coach. He has coached extensively in the Netherlands and Germany, and now coaches the Serbian youth team - while working in Toronto.[1][2]

Born in Bačka Palanka, Andjelic played for Partizan Belgrade in Belgrade before playing in the Netherlands for clubs 's-Hertogenbosch Red Eagles in 1967-8, Nijmegen Tigers in 1968-9 [2]. He played over 40 times for Yugoslavia.

He has coached with a number of clubs: Nijmegen, Heerenveen Flyers, Rotterdam Panda's, Tigers Amsterdam, and IJHC Den Bosch in the Netherlands; Schwenninger Wild Wings, Essen Moskitoes, Deggendorf, and Grefrather EC in Germany; and EHC Chur and Rapperswil-Jona in Switzerland. He currently coaches the U-18 Serbia national ice hockey team.

He played for Yugoslavia at the Olympic Games.

Source[edit]

Profile of Andjelic at nijmegen-legends.com

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