HC Plzeň

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HC Škoda Plzeň
HC Plzen 1929 logo.jpg
City Plzeň, Czech Republic
League Czech Extraliga
Founded 1929 (1929)
Home arena ČEZ Aréna (Capacity: 8,236)
Colours

blue, white

         
General manager Czech Republic Martin Straka
Head coach Czech Republic Milan Razým
Captain Czech Republic Martin Straka

Website
www.hcskoda.cz

HC Škoda Plzeň is a professional Czech ice hockey team based in Plzeň, Czech Republic. It currently plays in the Czech Extraliga. Their home arena is ČEZ Aréna. The traditional ice hockey club was founded at 1929. In 2013, for the first time in history, HC Plzeň were the Czech Extraliga champions after beating Zlín 4:3 in the seventh match of the dramatic final.

During the 2010-2011 season, the team was deducted 19 points for having used players who were not correctly registered to the club, an affair which also involved the clubs BK Mladá Boleslav and HC Kladno.[1]

Club names[edit]

  • 1929 – Hokejový klub při SK (Sportovní klub) Viktoria Plzeň
  • 1948 – Sokol Plzeň IV
  • 1949 – ZSJ Škodovy závody
  • 1952 – ZSJ Leninovy závody
  • 1953 – Spartak Plzeň LZ
  • 1965 – TJ Škoda Plzeň
  • 1991 – HC Škoda Plzeň
  • 1994 – HC Interconnex Plzeň
  • 1995 – HC ZKZ Plzeň
  • 1997 – HC Keramika Plzeň
  • 2003 – HC Lasselsberger Plzeň
  • 2009 – HC Plzeň 1929
  • 2012 – HC Škoda Plzeň

Honours[edit]

Famous Players[edit]

Current Players[edit]

Roster for 2012/2013.

Position # Name Came from Acquired
G 23 Czech Republic |Dominik Halmoši Academy -
G 2 Czech Republic Marek Mazanec Academy -
G 31 Czech Republic Adam Svoboda HC ČSOB Pojišťovna Pardubice 2011
D 86 Czech Republic Dominik Boháč Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2008
D 4 Slovakia Tomáš Frolo HC České Budějovice 2010
D ? Czech Republic David Havíř HC Bílí Tygři Liberec 2012
D 8 Czech Republic Jiří Hanzlík HC Energie Karlovy Vary 2009
D ? Czech Republic Jakub Houfek Academy -
D 5 Czech Republic Jakub Jeřábek Academy -
D 74 Czech Republic Vojtěch Mozík BK Mladá Boleslav 2012
D 9 Czech Republic Jakub Ruprecht Academy -
O 55 Czech Republic Dan Růžička Academy -
D 54 Slovakia Tomáš Slovák Dynamo Minsk 2012
D 7 Canada Nicolas St. Pierre Norfolk Admirals 2010
F 11 Slovakia Jozef Balej HC Kometa Brno 2012
F 52 Czech Republic Michal Dvořák HC Energie Karlovy Vary 2007
F 77 Czech Republic Milan Gulaš HC České Budějovice 2012
F 66 Czech Republic Ondřej Havlíček HC Slovan Ústečtí Lvi 2011
F 96 Czech Republic Martin Heřman HC Spartak Pelhřimov 2009
F 44 United States Ryan Hollweg Portland Pirates 2012
F 80 United States Nicholas Johnson Sacred Heart University 2010
F 29 Czech Republic Pavel Kašpařík HC České Budějovice 2012
F 43 Czech Republic Jan Kovář IHC Písek 2004
F 22 Czech Republic Ondřej Kratěna HC Sparta Praha 2011
F 30 Czech Republic Jakub Lev Academy -
F 78 Czech Republic Patrik Petruška Academy -
F 88 Czech Republic Václav Pletka HC České Budějovice 2011
F 40 Czech Republic Pavel Sedláček Academy -
F 13 Czech Republic Jan Schleiss Academy -
F 28 Czech Republic Martin Straka New York Rangers 2008
F 26 Czech Republic Tomáš Vlasák Linköpings HC 2007

Arena[edit]

ČEZ Aréna was built at 1969 and currently holds 8,236 people.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rozhodnuto: Plzeň, Mladá Boleslav i Kladno přijdou o body". Česká televize (in Czech). 19 November 2010. Retrieved 10 December 2013. 

External links[edit]

See also[edit]

Category:HC Plzeň players