Latvian Hawks

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Latvian Hawks
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Founded 2007
Home ice Dundalk Ice Dome (1,500)
Based in Dundalk, Ireland
Colors               
League Irish Ice Hockey League
Head coach Aigars Brencis
Manager Aigars Brencis & Guntars Bleikss
Affiliate(s) Latvian Hawks "B" (IIHL-Developmental Division)
Blackhawks (IIHL-Developmental Division)

The Latvian Hawks are an ice hockey team based in Dublin, Ireland. They play all of their games in the Dundalk Ice Dome in Dundalk, Ireland and play in the Irish Ice Hockey League. The team's name is an homage to the large contingent of Latvian expatriates who settled in Ireland.[1]

They became the Charlestown Chiefs for the 2009-10 season.[2]

Roster[edit]

Goaltenders
# Player Pos. Catches Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
29 Latvia Martins Strazds G 182 cm 93 kg Sep. 16, 1982 Latvia
33 Latvia Deniss Kurelass G 183 cm 70 kg Jul. 26, 1987 Daugavpils, Latvia
Defencemen
# Player Pos. Shoots Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
2 Lithuania Viktoras Vaiciulionis D Latvia
7 Latvia Sergejs Selenkovs D 180 cm 95 kg Dec. 11, 1985 Riga, Latvia
8 Latvia Raimonds Karpinskis D 172 cm 70 kg Dec. 30, 1982 Riga, Latvia
18 United States Rory Farrell D Boston, United States of America
30 Latvia Nikolajs Cervjakovs D 175 cm 70 kg ???. ?, 1971 Madona, Latvia
45 Lithuania Virginijus Knistaustas D Latvia
Forwards
# Player Pos. Shoots Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
16 United Kingdom Stevie Adams RW R 186 cm 70 kg Jul. 13, 1990 Belfast, Northern Ireland
10 Latvia Viktors Serdjukovs RW L 185 cm 90 kg Mar. 10, 1981 Riga, Latvia
11 Slovakia Jozef Hurska F 180 cm 85 kg Oct. 5, 1987 Presov, Slovakia
13 Latvia Janis Kipars F 174 cm 94 kg Jan. 9, 1982 Talsi, Latvia
17 Republic of Ireland Andrew Guest LW R 186 cm 80 kg Apr. 24, 1990 Ireland
19 Latvia Aleksandrs Fjodorovs F 190 cm 90 kg May 31, 1979 Daugavpils, Latvia
20 Slovakia Peter Pucek F L 183 cm 78 kg Jan. 7, 1979 Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
34 Czech Republic Thomas Burdys F 185 cm 74 kg Apr. 30, 1977 Liberec, Czech Republic
38 Republic of Ireland Mark Bowes F R 183 cm 92 kg Sep. 5, 1973 Ireland
44 Slovakia Patrik Buda F 178 cm 87 kg Nov. 11, 1981 Zvolen, Slovakia
83 Latvia Dmitrijs Fjodorovs F 176 cm 73 kg Nov. 26, 1983 Daugavpils, Latvia
97 Latvia Aigars Brencis F L 187 cm 76 kg May. 3, 1982 Riga, Latvia
22 Republic of Ireland Steven Balmer F R 165 cm ?? kg Jan. 23, 1991 Belfast, Northern Ireland

Awards and Championships[edit]

  • 2007 St. Patrick's Cup Champions

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