HK Novi Sad

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HK Novi Sad
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City Novi Sad
League Serbian Hockey League 1998-present
Founded1998
Home arena Spens Sports Center
(capacity: 1,000)
Colours        
Head coach Flag of Slovakia.svg Roman Pristov
Franchise history
Hokejaški Klub Novi Sad

HK Novi Sad was an ice hockey club from Novi Sad, Serbia. It played its home games at SPENS, located in Novi Sad.

HK Novi Sad was founded in 1998 and stop competing in 2009 due to economic reasons.

Honours

Runners-up (3): 1999, 2003, 2008


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