KHL Medveščak Zagreb II

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KHL Medveščak Zagreb II
Club crest
City Zagreb, Croatia
League Panonian League
Croatian Ice Hockey League
Slohokej League
International Hockey League
Founded 2003; 15 years ago (2003)
Home arena Dvorana Velesajam
(capacity: 500)
Colours Blue, white
Head coach Danijel Kolombo
Affiliate(s) KHL Medveščak
Franchise history
KHL Medveščak Zagreb II

KHL Medveščak Zagreb II is a Croatian ice hockey team. It is the farm team of KHL Medveščak Zagreb of the Austrian Hockey League. They play in the Croatian Ice Hockey League and were champions in 2010, 2013, and 2014. They have also played in both the Panonian League and the Slohokej League.


Medveščak Zagreb II played in the 2003–04 Panonian League. At the end of the regular season they finished sixth out six teams and they failed to qualify for the play-offs. They made their debut in the Croatian Ice Hockey League in 2004–05, helping to make up the numbers in a depleted four team league. During the 2009-10 season they played in both the Slohokej Liga and the CIHL, winning the latter title.

When the senior Medveščak team left the Croatian Ice Hockey League permanently to play initially in the Austrian Hockey League and later the KHL, their place in the CIHL was effectively filled by Medveščak II. The farm team has since won a further two national league titles. They won the 2013–14 title with the help of reinforcements from their senior team after they had been eliminated early from the 2014 Gagarin Cup playoffs.[1]

2009-10 Roster[edit]

# Player Position Shoots Date of birth Place of birth
Croatia Mislav Blagus RW L Jun 10, 1991 Zagreb, Croatia
Croatia Jan Žižanović Aug 9, 1990
Croatia Jakov Slade Dec 6, 1990
SloveniaCroatia Luka Žagar LW L Jun 25, 1978 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Croatia Hrvoje Božić Sep 15, 1990
Croatia Igor Lazić Feb 14, 1992
Croatia Zvonimir Lovrenčić Nov 8, 1991
Croatia Luka Ulaga May 3, 1986
SloveniaCroatia Sašo Rajsar C L Aug 18, 1988 Jesenice, Slovenia
Croatia Damir Gojanović Sep 22, 1972
Croatia Ivan Brenčun Aug 30, 1991
Croatia Luka Švaglić Jul 27, 1990
Croatia Mato Mlađenović RW R Jan 8, 1978 Sisak, Croatia
Croatia Janko Šupih Kvaternik Jan 27, 1990
SloveniaCroatia Rok Jakopič F L Jul 11, 1987 Jesenice, Slovenia
Croatia Veljko Žibret RW R Jun 3, 1978 Zagreb, Croatia
Croatia Krešimir Švigir C L Dec 20, 1979 Zagreb, Croatia
Croatia Tin Budak Sep 29, 1990
Croatia Mario Sertić Feb 11, 1988
Croatia Milan Belojević Jan 19, 1988
Croatia Dominik Kanaet F L May 6, 1991 Zagreb, Croatia
# Player Position Shoots Date of birth Place of birth
Croatia Saša Belić D R Feb. 7, 1981 Zagreb, Croatia
Croatia Luka Novosel D L May 18, 1983 Zagreb, Croatia
Croatia Nikša Trstenjak D R Nov 12, 1990 Zagreb, Croatia
Croatia Mario Čunko D Nov 13, 1990
Croatia Ivan Šijan D Jun 6, 1990
Croatia Tomislav Šulevski D Dec, 25, 1986
Croatia Luka Pušić D Dec 6, 1990
Croatia Borna Jutriša D Oct 13, 1991
Croatia Nikola Senzel D Sep 7, 1992
# Player Position Catches Date of birth Place of birth
Croatia Vanja Belić G L Jun 29, 1983 Zagreb, Croatia
SloveniaCroatia Gašper Krošelj G L Feb 9, 1987 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Croatia Andrej Vasiljević G Sep 23, 1993
Croatia Filip Ćurković G May 11, 1992
Croatia Tihomir Filipec G Sep 4, 1987


KHL Medveščak II - champions in the 2009–10 Croatian Ice Hockey League season


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