|HC RT Torax Poruba|
|City||Ostrava-Poruba, Czech Republic|
|Home arena||RT Torax arena|
|Colours||Red, Blue, white|
|General manager||Pavel Hinner|
|Head coach||Karel Suchánek|
|1948-1953||TJ Sokol Poruba|
|1953-1964||DSO Tatran Poruba|
|1964-1978||TJ Sokol Poruba|
|1978-1994||TJ Hutní Montáže Ostrava|
|2001-2008||HC Sareza Ostrava|
|2001-2010||HC VOKD Poruba|
|2010-present||HC RT Torax Poruba|
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