HC Plzeň

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HC Škoda Plzeň
HC Plzen logo.svg
City Plzeň, Czech Republic
League Czech Extraliga
Founded1929 (1929)
Home arena Home Monitoring Aréna
(Capacity: 8,236)
ColoursBlue, white
  
General manager Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Martin Straka
Head coach Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Ladislav Čihák
Captain Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Milan Gulaš
Website www.hcplzen.cz
T. G. Masaryk Cup for the winner of the Czech Extraliga, photographed in Pilsen in 2013 Pohar viteze extraligy.jpg
T. G. Masaryk Cup for the winner of the Czech Extraliga, photographed in Pilsen in 2013

HC Škoda Plzeň is a professional Czech ice hockey team based in Plzeň, Czech Republic. It currently plays in the Czech Extraliga. Their home arena is Home Monitoring Aréna. The traditional ice hockey club was founded in 1929. In 2013, for the first time in history, HC Plzeň were the Czech Extraliga champions after beating Zlín 4:3 in the seventh match of the dramatic final. HC Škoda Plzeň, New Arena name is LogSpeed CZ Arena Plzeň.

Contents

Club names

Honours

Famous Players

Players

Current roster

Source: hcplzen.cz [1] Source: eliteprospects.com [2] As of February 3, 2021.

# Nat Player Pos S/G AgeAcquiredBirthplace
34 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dominik Frodl G L24 2018 Prague, Czech Republic
77 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Milan Gulaš  ( C ) RW R35 2017 České Budějovice, Czechoslovakia
14 Flag of Slovakia.svg Peter Čerešňák D R28 2016 Trenčín, Slovakia
35 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Kristián Kolář G L20 2019 Písek, Czech Republic
86 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Tomáš Mertl  ( A ) C L34 2019 České Budějovice, Czechoslovakia
39 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dominik Pavlát G L21 2020 Tábor, Czech Republic
97 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Lukáš Kaňák D L23 2016 Klatovy, Czech Republic
93 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Matyáš Kantner C L22 2017 Plzeň, Czech Republic
22 Flag of Sweden.svg Viktor Lang D L25 2020 Linköping, Sweden
88 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Petr Kodýtek C L22 2016 Sušice, Czech Republic
64 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jakub Pour RW L21 2017 Rokycany, Czech Republic
81 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jaroslav Kracík C L38 2015 Plzeň, Czechoslovakia

Arena

Home Monitoring Aréna was built at 1969 and currently holds 8,236 people.

Controversy

During the 2010–2011 season, the team was docked 19 points for having used players who were not correctly registered to the club, an affair which also involved the clubs BK Mladá Boleslav and HC Kladno. [3]

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References

  1. "Team Roster / HC Plzeň". www.hcplzen.cz. Retrieved 2020-04-02.
  2. "Team Roster / HC Plzeň". www.eliteprospects.com. Retrieved 2020-06-12.
  3. "Rozhodnuto: Plzeň, Mladá Boleslav i Kladno přijdou o body". Česká televize (in Czech). 19 November 2010. Retrieved 10 December 2013.

See also

Category:HC Plzeň players