HC Vítkovice Ridera

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HC Vítkovice Ridera
Vitkovice Ridera hockey club.png
City Ostrava, Czech Republic
League Czech Extraliga
Founded1928 (1928)
Home arena Ostravar Aréna
(capacity: 9,833)
ColoursBlue, white
  
Head coach Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Miloš Holaň
Captain Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Roman Polák
Website www.hc-vitkovice.cz

HC Vítkovice Ridera is an ice hockey club based in Vítkovice (The Moravian-part of Ostrava) in the Czech Republic, competing in the Czech Extraliga. It plays at Ostravar Aréna (formerly Palác kultury a sportu Ostrava-Vítkovice).

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The club was founded in 1928 after the merger of SK Moravská Slavia and SK Slovan Ostrava. Vítkovice were the champions of the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in the 1951–52 and 1980–81 seasons.

Honours

Domestic

Czech Extraliga

Czechoslovak Extraliga

International

IIHF European Cup

Pre-season

Spengler Cup

Tatra Cup

Players

Current roster

Source: hc-vitkovice.cz [1] Source: eliteprospects.com [2] As of May 19, 2021.

# Nat Player Pos S/G AgeAcquiredBirthplace
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Aleš Stezka G L24 2021 Liberec, Czech Republic
31 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Dominik Lakatoš LW L24 2019 Liberec, Czech Republic
Flag of Latvia.svg Roberts Bukarts RW R30 2021 Jurmala, Latvian SSR, Soviet Union
46 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Roman Polák  ( C ) D R35 2020 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
64 Flag of Slovakia.svg Patrik Koch D L24 2020 Malacky, Slovakia
37 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Daniel Dolejš G L26 2013 Humpolec, Czech Republic
Flag of Slovakia.svg Radovan Bondra RW L24 2021 Trebišov, Slovakia
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jakub Stehlík D R30 2021 Znojmo, Czechoslovakia
Flag of Latvia.svg Guntis Galviņš D L35 2020 Talsi, Latvian SSR, Soviet Union
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Vladimír Svačina RW R34 2020 Studénka, Czechoslovakia
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Rob Flick LW L30 2020 London, Ontario, Canada
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jan Hruška C L35 2019 Brno, Czechoslovakia
Flag of Slovakia.svg Rastislav Dej C L32 2017 Považská Bystrica, Czechoslovakia
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Lukáš Krenželok LW L37 2020 Ostrava, Czechoslovakia
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Rostislav Marosz C R30 2020 Třinec, Czechoslovakia

Franchise history

1928–1936: SSK (Sportovně Společenský Klub)
1936–1945: ČSK (Český Sportovní Klub)
1945–1948: SK Vítkovické Železárny
1948–1952: Sokol Vítkovické Železárny
1952–1957: Baník Vítkovice
1957–1976: VŽKG Ostrava
1976–1993: TJ Vítkovice
1993–2005: HC Vítkovice
2005–2016: HC Vítkovice Steel
2016–present: HC Vítkovice Ridera

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References

  1. "Team Roster / HC Vítkovice Ridera". www.hc-vitkovice.cz. Retrieved 2021-02-12.
  2. "Team Roster / HC Vítkovice Ridera". www.eliteprospects.com. Retrieved 2020-02-19.