HC Vítkovice Ridera

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HC Vítkovice Ridera
City Ostrava, Czech Republic
League Czech Extraliga
Founded 1928 (1928)
Home arena Ostravar Aréna
Colors          
General manager Jakub Petr
Head coach Jakub Petr
Captain Rostislav Olesz
Website www.hc-vitkovice.cz
Franchise history
1928–1936 SSK (Sportovně Společenský Klub)
1936–1945 ČSK (Český Sportovní Klub)
1945–1948 SK Vítkovické Železárny
1948–1952 Sokol Vítkovické Železárny
1952–1957 Baník Vítkovice
1957–1976 VŽKG Ostrava
1976–1993 TJ Vítkovice
1993–2005 HC Vítkovice
2005–2016 HC Vítkovice Steel
2016- HC Vítkovice Ridera

HC Vítkovice Ridera is an ice hockey club based in Vítkovice (The Moravian-part of Ostrava) in the Czech Republic, competing in the Czech Extraliga. It plays at Ostravar Aréna (formerly Palác kultury a sportu Ostrava-Vítkovice).

The club was founded in 1928 after the merger of SK Moravská Slavia and SK Slovan Ostrava. Vítkovice were the champions of the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in the 1951–52 and 1980–81 seasons.

Current roster[edit]

Updated August 26, 2016[1]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
Czech Republic Stanislav Balán C L 32 2015 Hodonín, Czechoslovakia
Slovakia Ivan Baranka D L 33 2016 Ilava, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Patrik Bartošák G L 25 2015 Kopřivnice, Czech Republic
Czech Republic Daniel Dolejš G L 24 2013 Humpolec, Czech Republic
Czech Republic Tomáš Gřeš F L 22 2015 Czech Republic
Czech Republic Jakub Illes C L 22 2015 Czech Republic
Czech Republic Dominik Kafka F R 22 2015 Czech Republic
Czech Republic Lukáš Klok D L 23 2014 Ostrava, Czech Republic
Czech Republic Petr Kolouch C L 26 2011 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Lukáš Kovář D L 26 2010 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Daniel Krenzelok D L 21 2016 Dolní Lutyně, Czech Republic
Czech Republic Lukáš Kucsera LW R 26 2010 Opava, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Daniel Kurovský LW L 20 2016 Czech Republic
Czech Republic David Květoň RW L 30 2016 Nový Jičín, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Erik Němec C L 24 2013 Metylovice, Czech Republic
Czech Republic Rostislav Olesz LW L 32 2014 Bílovec, Czechoslovakia
Croatia Ivan Puzic D L 22 2015 Zagreb, Croatia
Czech Republic Ondřej Roman C L 29 2016 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Adam Sedlák D R 26 2016 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Roman Szturc RW R 28 2007 Karviná, Czechoslovakia
Slovakia Karol Sloboda D R 35 2015 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Vojtěch Tomi F L 24 2013 Ostrava, Czech Republic
Czech Republic Patrik Urbanec D L 24 2016 Zlín, Czech Republic
Slovakia Michael Vandas RW L 27 2013 Poprad, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Jan Výtisk D L 37 2016 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic Patrik Zdráhal C L 23 2014 Ostrava, Czech Republic

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