DVTK Jegesmedvék

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DVTK Jegesmedvék
Diosgyori VTK logo.png
City Miskolc, Hungary
League

OB I bajnokság
1978-present

MOL Liga
2008-present
Founded 1978
Home arena Miskolc Ice Hall
(capacity: 1,304)
Colours          
Head coach Canada Doug Bradley
Captain Hungary Roland Hajos
Website http://dvtk.eu/3-jegkorong-sportag
DVTK Jersey.png

DVTK Jegesmedvék (English: DVTK Polar Bears) is a Hungarian ice hockey team that currently plays in the OB I bajnokság and in the MOL Liga. They play their home games at Miskolc Ice Hall, located in Miskolc.

Team Name[edit]

Over time the team's name has changed...

  • 1978-90 - Miskolci Kinizsi
  • 1990-94 - Miskolci HC
  • 1994–2015 - Miskolci Jegesmedvék JSE
  • 2015- DVTK Jegesmedvék
Club's former logo

Current roster[edit]

Current roster (as of April 14, 2017):

Goaltenders
Number Player Catches Born Place of birth
30 Romania Attila Adorján L 26.11.1996 Miercurea Ciuc, Romania
31 Hungary Bence Kiss R 18.07.1997
- Russia Aleks Zakirov L 05.02.1997 Moscow, Russia
Defensemen
Number Player Shoots Born Place of birth
14 Hungary Milán Bernáth L 14.06.1997
3 Hungary Balázs Gőz L 03.08.1992 Miskolc, Hungary
27 Canada Colin Joe L 26.03.1988 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- Hungary Arnold Kovács L 02.06.1996 Budapest, Hungary
63 United States Nicholas Kuqali R 14.05.1985 Dallas, Texas, United States
16 Hungary Ákos Laczkó L 05.01.1997
17 Hungary Balázs Láda L 14.06.1983
39 Finland Jarkko LeppänenA L 03.07.1987 Tampere, Finland
26 Finland Joni Tuominen R 04.09.1982 Espoo, Finland
54 Hungary Mátyás Vojtkó R 16.04.1993 Budapest, Hungary
Forwards
Number Player Shoots Born Place of birth
21 Romania Tibor Albert L 20.04.1996 Miercurea Ciuc, Romania
- Hungary Roland Benedek L 25.06.1996 Gheorgheni, Romania
8 Hungary Nikandrosz Galanisz L 14.07.1988 Dunaújváros, Hungary
7 Hungary Roland HajósC R 01.06.1990
61 Canada Andrew Johnston R 06.07.1991 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
97 Romania Milán Karda R 06.03.1987
82 Hungary Bálint MagosiA R 15.08.1989 Dunaújváros, Hungary
- Hungary Balázs Magyar R 07.08.1996
71 Hungary Márk Miskolczi L 08.08.1993 Dunaújváros, Hungary
12 Hungary Attila Pavuk R 08.08.1991 Dunaújváros, Hungary
10 Hungary Patrik Popovics L 29.03.1990
19 Hungary László Ritó L 27.01.1994
88 Hungary Martin Sági L 12.06.1997
81 Canada Peter Sakaris L 27.08.1992 Candiac, Quebec, Canada
- Hungary Martin Szeszák - 20.08.1995
11 Romania Ottó Szopós R 11.05.1997
22 Hungary Adrián Tóth L 28.10.1990
2 Canada Grant Toulmin R 02.03.1989 Langley, British Columbia, Canada

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