HK Partizan

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For the parent multisport club, see JSD Partizan.
HK Partizan
City Belgrade, Serbia
Founded 1948
Home arena Pionir Ice Hall
Colors Black and white
Head coach Slovenia Pavel Kavčič
Captain Serbia Marko Milovanović

Hokejaški klub Partizan (Serbian Cyrillic: Хокејашки клуб Партизан) is a Serbian professional ice hockey club from Belgrade. HK Partizan is one of the sport clubs that are part of Partizan sport society. They play their home games at the Pionir Ice Hall. The club currently plays in the Serbian Hockey League. HK Partizan has won 18 national championships and 3 cups. In the last five years club won 9 consecutive championship titles (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014) and become the most successful ice hockey team in Serbia. HK Partizan also won Slohokej League in 2011 and 2012 and Balkans League in 1994.


The hockey section in the Partizan sport society was established in 1948, and at their first appearance at the state championship they won its first league title. In the period between 1951 and 1955, Partizan has been by far the strongest hockey team in the country winning 5 consecutive championship titles. Their roster was practically equal to the national team side, consisting of the best hockey players from many different nationalities, from Serbia (Dr. Zlatko Kovačević, Milan Jovanović, Nikola Stanimirović, Gantar Ladocki), Croatia (Josip Brelić, Alfred David, Boris Renaud and Mico Dušanović), from Macedonia (Blažo Piperski), Slovenia (Luce Žitnik), Montenegro (Blažo Mijušković), and in one season Canadian O 'Neil (officer of the embassy in Belgrade) helped them with his fantastic games and goals. Later, due to the departure of many crucial players, Partizan lost the primacy to Slovenian clubs in the championship. After a long break, Partizan won the Cup in 1966 and latter in 1986 they won both championship and cup, thus qualifying for European Cup. In the first round they eliminated Romanian champions Steaua, but lost in the second round to Polish champions Polonia Bytom.[1] Partizan's second appearance in European cup came in 1996. They finished last in the first group round, behind Sokil Kyiv, Steaua Bucharest and Levski Sofia.


  • Serbian Hockey League:
    • Winners (11) : 1994, 1995, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014


Current roster[edit]

Updated February 18, 2012.[2]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
31 United States Klingensmith, RyanRyan Klingensmith G L 26 2011 Morton, Pennsylvania, USA
30 Serbia Luković, MilanMilan Luković G L 27 2011 Belgrade, Serbia
92 United States Mizerek, JoshuaJoshua Mizerek D R 36 2012 Duluth, Minnesota, USA
10 Serbia Luković, AleksaAleksa Luković W L 22 2011 Belgrade, Serbia
3 Slovenia Svete, ŽigaŽiga Svete W L 29 2011 Bled, Slovenia
37 Slovenia Sodržnik, KlemenKlemen Sodržnik D L 26 2011 Ljubljana, Slovenia
88 Serbia Gabrić, BorisBoris Gabrić G L 31 2008 Subotica, Serbia
16 Serbia Ilić, StefanStefan Ilić RW R 24 2009 Belgrade, Serbia
10 Serbia Prokić, MarkoMarko Prokić G L 30 2010 Belgrade, Serbia
84 Serbia Vučurević, NemanjaNemanja Vučurević W L 23 2010 Novi Sad, Serbia
12 Slovenia Kralj, JureJure Kralj W L 30 2011 Jesenice, Slovenia
22 Slovakia Havliček, MartinMartin Havliček C R 26 2012 Slovakia
19 Serbia Kovačević, MarkoMarko Kovačević C L 29 2009 Belgrade, Serbia
7 Serbia Sretović, MarkoMarko Sretović C R 27 2009 Belgrade, Serbia
11 Serbia Milovanović, MarkoMarko Milovanović (C) W R 25 1992 Belgrade, Serbia
14 Russia Popravko, PavelPavel Popravko W L 31 2010 Novosibirsk, Russia
95 Serbia Babić, MilošMiloš Babić C L 26 2010 Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina
27 Serbia Raković, NenadNenad Raković C L 28 2008 Belgrade, Serbia

Notable former players[edit]


  1. ^ "IIHF Club Competition Season 1987". Retrieved 2013-07-03. 
  2. ^ "HK Partizan roster" (in Serbian). Retrieved 2012-02-18. 

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