Cengiz Akyıldız

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Cengiz Akyıldız
Born (1981-01-02) January 2, 1981 (age 36)
Istanbul, Turkey
Height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Weight 180 lb (82 kg; 12 st 12 lb)
Position Defence
Shoots Left
TBHSL team

[İstanbul Paten S.K. - Canterbury Red Devils -

Les Pylones - Istanbul Ice Pirates]
National team  Turkey
Playing career 1997–present

Cengiz AKYILDIZ (born January 2, 1981 in Istanbul, Turkey), is a professional ice hockey player, who currently plays defence for the Turkish Ice Hockey Super League's Ice Pirates Hockey Club and Turkey national men's ice hockey team.[1] Cengiz also played for the Canterbury Red Devils,shirt number 25 in defence. First and only Turkish ice hockey player played with ITC in Southern hemisphere and same season won the New Zealand cup (2009-2010 season) also has New Zealand citizenship.

Currently player/coach senior, women and junior team Istanbul Ice Pirates Hockey club.

Played BHL since 2012.[2]

Career[edit]

  • 1997 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP UNDER 18 (YUGOSLAVIA-BELGRADE)[1]
  • 1998 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP UNDER 20 (KAUNAS-LITHUANIA)
  • 1998 CONTINENTALE CUP (BUCHAREST-ROMANIA)
  • 1999 CONTINENTALE CUP (SOFIA-BULGARIA)
  • 1999 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP UNDER 20 (NOVISAD-YUGOSLAVIA)
  • 1999 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SENIOR (JOHANNESBURG-SOUTH AFRICA)
  • 1999 CONTINENTALE CUP (BELGRADE-YUGOSLAVIA)
  • 2000 CONTINENTALE CUP (SOFIA-BULGARIA)
  • 2000 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SENIOR (REYKJAVIK-ICELAND)
  • 2000 ICE HOCKEY CAMP (COLOGNE-GERMANY)
  • 2001 CONTINENTALE CUP (SOFIA-BULGARIA)
  • 2001 HOCKEY TOUR (LONDON-ENGLAND)
  • 2002 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. II, GROUP A (CAPETOWN-SOUTH AFRICA)
  • 2003 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. III (AUCKLAND-NEW ZEALAND)
  • 2004 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. III (REYKJAVIK-ICELAND)
  • 2005 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. II GROUP A(ZAGREB-CROATIA)
  • 2006 HOCKEY TOUR (LONDON-PETERBOROUGH-ENGLAND)
  • 2006 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. III (REYKJAVIK-ICELAND)
  • 2007 HOCKEY TOUR (MILANO-TREVISO-ITALY)
  • 2007 HOCKEY TOUR (LONDON-ENGLAND)
  • 2007 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. II GROUP A (ZAGREB-CROATIA)
  • 2007 HOCKEY TOUR (MOSCOW-RUSSIA)
  • 2008 HOCKEY TOUR (MILANO-ITALY)
  • 2008 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. III (LUXEMBOURG)
  • 2008 IIHF WORLD OLYMPIC GAMES QUAL. 2010 (ANKARA-TURKEY)
  • 2009 NEW ZEALAND ICE HOCKEY LEAGUE - CANTERBURY RED DEVILS
  • 2010 NEW ZEALAND ICE HOCKEY LEAGUE - CANTERBURY RED DEVILS
  • 2011 ICE HOCKEY CAMP (PRAGUE-NYMBURK-CZECH REPUBLIC)
  • 2011 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. III (CAPE TOWN-SOUTH AFRICA)
  • 2012 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DIV. III (ERZURUM-TURKEY)

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