HK Prizma Riga

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HK Prizma Rīga
City Riga, Latvia
League Minor Hockey League Division B
Latvian Hockey LeagueMHL B
Home arena Volvo Sports Centre
Colours Blue, Red, White
Head coach Ēriks Miļuns
Franchise history
1998–2002 LB Prizma Rīga
2002–present HK Prizma Rīga

HK Prizma Riga is an ice hockey team in Riga, Latvia. They have competed in the Latvian Hockey League since 1998, and played in the Eastern European Hockey League from 2001–2003


HK Prizma Rīga was founded in 1998 and first took part in the Latvian Hockey League. Between 2001 and 2003 the team played in the B Division of the Eastern European Hockey League. In the 2002–03 season, they played in the Pirma Liga, the second level Latvian league, and finished in third place.[1]

In the 2003–04 season, the club was part of the sports school of Helmut Balderis under the name BHS Prizma/Rīga 86, and finished in seventh place.[2] For the 2004–05 season, the club returned to the second league, while the U18 team participated in the Latvian U18 Hockey League.

In the 2008–09 season, the team merged with Hanza Rīga, forming HS Rīga/Prizma-Hanza. The combined club finished in sixth place in 2008–09. Since 2005 HK Prizma is founder of hockey school Pārdaugava. Pārdaugava is a youth ice hockey school for all ages starting from beginners until U-20 age group. Pārdaugava teams are playing in Latvian Youth hockey league in all age groups.

Notable players[edit]


  1. ^, Lettonie 2003
  2. ^, Lettonie 2004

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