2012–13 HC Slovan Bratislava season

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2012–13 HC Slovan Bratislava
Division3rd Bobrov
Conference6th Western
2012–13 record17–11–5–19
Home record10–6–2–8
Road record7–5–3–11
Goals for124
Goals against127
Team information
General ManagerMaroš Krajči
CoachRostislav Čada
Assistant CoachRoman Stantien
CaptainMiroslav Šatan (Sep–Nov)
Slovakia Ján Lipiansky (Nov–Feb)
ArenaOndrej Nepela Arena
Average attendance9,977[1] (99.22%)
Team leaders
GoalsSlovakia Libor Hudáček (11)
AssistsSlovakia Michel Miklík (15)
PointsSlovakia Michel Miklík (24)
Penalty minutesSlovakia Martin Štajnoch (47)
Plus/minus(+) Slovakia Marko Daňo (+4)
(–) Slovakia Libor Hudáček (−13)
WinsSlovakia Jaroslav Janus (18)
Goals against averageSlovakia Jaroslav Janus (2.17)

The 2012–13 HC Slovan Bratislava season was the first season for Bratislava based club in Kontinental Hockey League.

Slovan opened the 2012–13 season with a home game against Ukrainian HC Donbass on 6 September 2012, losing 2–4 in front of a capacity crowd. The first win was achieved 4 days later by defeating Spartak Moscow 2–1 after shootout. During the NHL lockout between September 2012 and January 2013, two defenders Ľubomír Višňovský and Andrej Sekera enhanced the team. Slovan ended the season with 78 points as 6th of the Western conference and thus clinched the play-off in their first KHL season.[2] In the first play-off round Slovan played against Dynamo Moscow and lost all four matches.

During the regular season, Slovan had sold out 25 out of its 26 home games with an average attendance of 9,977 spectators which was the 7th highest average attendance in Europe.[1]

Schedule and results[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

Pre-season took part in July, August and September with 2 friendly matches and participating European Trophy.

2012–13 Game Log

  Win (3 points)   Overtime/shootout win (2 points)   Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)   Loss (0 points)

Regular season[edit]

2012–13 Game Log

  Win (3 points)   Overtime/shootout win (2 points)   Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)   Loss (0 points)

Playoffs[edit]

2013 Gagarin Cup Playoffs

  Win   Loss

Detailed records[edit]

See: HC Slovan Bratislava all-time KHL record

Standings[edit]

Source: khl.ru[3]
After games of 17 February 2013

Bobrov Division[edit]

R GP W OTW SOW SOL OTL L GF GA Pts
1 Russia c,y – SKA Saint Petersburg 52 36 1 1 2 1 11 182 116 115
2 Russia Dynamo Moscow 52 27 3 6 1 1 14 150 115 101
3 Slovakia Slovan Bratislava 52 17 3 8 5 0 19 124 127 78
4 Czech Republic Lev Praha 52 23 0 1 2 3 23 132 133 76
5 Ukraine Donbass Donetsk 52 17 2 5 6 1 21 134 142 72
6 Russia Vityaz Chekhov 52 11 1 6 6 2 26 119 151 55
7 Latvia Dinamo Riga 52 13 2 2 2 2 31 109 151 51

Western Conference[edit]

R Div GP W OTW SOW SOL OTL L GF GA Pts
1 Russia c,y – SKA Saint Petersburg BOB 52 36 1 1 2 1 11 182 116 115
2 Russia y – CSKA Moscow TAR 52 23 5 8 1 0 15 151 109 96
3 Russia Dynamo Moscow BOB 52 27 3 6 1 1 14 150 115 101
4 Russia Lokomotiv Yaroslavl TAR 52 24 2 8 0 0 18 131 121 92
5 Russia Severstal Cherepovets TAR 52 21 1 6 3 5 16 137 117 85
6 Slovakia Slovan Bratislava BOB 52 17 3 8 5 0 19 124 127 78
7 Czech Republic Lev Praha BOB 52 23 0 1 2 3 23 132 133 76
8 Russia Atlant Mytishchi TAR 52 19 1 3 4 4 21 137 141 73
9 Ukraine Donbass Donetsk BOB 52 17 2 5 6 1 21 134 142 72
10 Belarus Dinamo Minsk TAR 52 18 5 1 2 3 23 125 148 71
11 Russia Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod TAR 52 19 0 2 4 4 23 142 146 69
12 Russia Vityaz Chekhov BOB 52 11 1 6 6 2 26 119 151 55
13 Russia Spartak Moscow TAR 52 11 4 2 5 2 28 106 151 52
14 Latvia Dinamo Riga BOB 52 13 2 2 2 2 31 109 151 51

y – Won division; c – Won Continental Cup (best record in KHL);
BOB – Bobrov Division, TAR – Tarasov Division

Final roster[edit]

As of 1 March 2013

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
83 Slovakia Martin Bakoš LW R 29 2007 Spišská Nová Ves, Czechoslovakia
61 Slovakia Milan Bartovič LW L 38 2012 Trenčín, Czechoslovakia
55 Slovakia Mário Bližňák C L 32 2012 Trenčín, Czechoslovakia
14 Slovakia Marko Daňo RW L 24 2012 Eisenstadt, Austria
48 Slovakia Ivan Ďatelinka D L 36 2011 Topoľčany, Czechoslovakia
90 Slovakia Libor Hudáček C R 28 2009 Levoča, Czechoslovakia
32 Slovakia Jaroslav Janus G L 29 2012 Prešov, Czechoslovakia
42 Slovakia Branislav Konrád G R 31 2008 Nitra, Czechoslovakia
23 Slovakia Andrej Kudrna LW L 28 2011 Nové Zámky, Czechoslovakia
16 Slovakia Roman Kukumberg (A) C R 39 2011 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
89 Slovakia Milan Kytnár C L 30 2012 Topoľčany, Czechoslovakia
91 Slovakia Ján Lipiansky (A) C L 45 2008 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
4 Slovakia Patrik Luža D R 24 2011 Bratislava, Slovakia
56 Slovakia Vladimír Mihálik D L 32 2012 Prešov, Czechoslovakia
19 Slovakia Michel Miklík LW R 36 2012 Piešťany, Czechoslovakia
6 Czech Republic Tomáš Mojžíš D R 36 2012 Piešťany, Czechoslovakia
13 Slovakia Tomáš Mikúš RW L 26 2012 Skalica, Slovakia
25 Slovakia Bruno Mráz C R 26 2012 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
85 Slovakia Peter Ölvecký LW L 33 2012 Nové Zámky, Czechoslovakia
28 Slovakia Miroslav Preisinger C L 28 2010 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
88 Slovakia Michal Sersen D L 33 2012 Gelnica, Czechoslovakia
5 Canada Jonathan Sigalet D L 33 2012 Vancouver, British Columbia
18 Slovakia Miroslav Šatan (CInjured Reserve C L 44 2011 Jacovce, Czechoslovakia
3 Slovakia Martin Štajnoch Injured Reserve D R 28 2008 Bojnice, Czechoslovakia
59 Slovakia Andrej Šťastný Injured Reserve C L 28 2012 Považská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia
24 Slovakia Ivan Švarný D L 34 2011 Nitra, Czechoslovakia
80 Slovakia Ján Tabaček D L 39 2012 Martin, Czechoslovakia
12 Slovakia Peter Trška D L 27 2010 Dubnica nad Váhom, Czechoslovakia
82 Czech Republic Michal Vondrka RW L 37 2012 České Budějovice, Czechoslovakia

Player statistics[edit]

Source: Eliteprospects[4]

Skaters[edit]

Goaltenders[edit]

Regular season
Player GP W L SOP SOG GA SV SV% GAA G A SO PIM TOI
Jaroslav Janus 47 18 16 13 1453 104 1349 92.8 2.17 0 3 5 6 2879:23
Branislav Konrád 4 2 2 0 104 12 92 88.5 2.97 0 0 0 0 242:49
Ville Hostikka 1 0 1 0 24 4 20 83.3 4.02 0 0 0 0 59:46
Playoffs
Player GP W L SOP SOG GA SV SV% GAA G A SO PIM TOI
Branislav Konrád 2 0 2 0 70 7 63 90.0 3.21 0 0 0 0 130:44
Jaroslav Janus 2 0 2 0 60 8 52 86.7 4.03 0 0 0 0 119:11

Milestones and team statistics[edit]

Team milestones[edit]

Milestone Date Reached
1st KHL match 6 September 2012 HC Slovan Bratislava 2 – 4 HC Donbass
1st KHL home match 6 September 2012 HC Slovan Bratislava 2 – 4 HC Donbass
1st KHL away match 15 September 2012 HC Vityaz 0 – 3 HC Slovan Bratislava
1st KHL point 8 September 2012 HC Slovan Bratislava 2 – 3 SO Dinamo Riga
1st KHL win 15 September 2012 HC Vityaz 0 – 3 HC Slovan Bratislava
1st KHL loss 6 September 2012 HC Slovan Bratislava 2 – 4 HC Donbass
1st KHL goal 6 September 2012 Milan Kytnár 1 – 0 ( HC Slovan Bratislava 2 – 4 HC Donbass)
100th KHL goal 18 Jan 2013 Milan Kytnár 1 – 1 (HC Yugra 3 – 1 HC Slovan Bratislava)

Team statistics[edit]

All statistics are for regular season only.

Statistic Value
Matches played 52
Total points 78
Record 17–11–5–19
Score 124 – 127
Highest win 6 – 2 (Round 21 against Sibir Novosibirsk)
Highest defeat 0 – 6 (Round 17 against Severstal Cherepovets)
Shots on goal % 8.59% (124/1443)
Shutouts 5
Penalty in minutes 595
Powerplay goals 16.1% (34/211)
Penalty killing 85.8% (200/233)
Average attendance 9,977
Number of sold-out home games 25
Most consecutive wins[note 1] 4 (Round 5 – Round 8)
Most consecutive wins + overtime wins 5 (Round 5 – Round 9)
Most consecutive undefeated matches[note 2] 5 (Round 5 – Round 9 & Round 33 – Round 37)
Most consecutive losses[note 3] 3 (Round 17 – Round 19)
Most consecutive losses + overtime losses 3 (Round 17 – Round 19)
Most consecutive matches without a win[note 4] 7 (Round 13 – Round 19)
Longest time between scored goals 112:07 (Round 22 – Round 24)
Longest time without a conceded goal 112:55 (Round 47 – Round 49)

Notes

  1. ^ Regular time wins.
  2. ^ Games without a regular time loss.
  3. ^ Regular time losses
  4. ^ Games without a regular time win.

Player milestones[edit]

Milestone Player Date Opponent
1st Career KHL Shutout Slovakia Jaroslav Janus 15 September 2012 HC Vityaz
50th Career KHL Point Slovakia Roman Kukumberg 23 November 2012 Atlant Moscow Oblast
Slovakia Juraj Mikúš 13 February 2013 Spartak Moscow

Source:[5]

Roster changes[edit]