MHK Humenné

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MHK Humenné
MHK Humenne logo.png
City Humenné, Slovakia
Founded1936 (1936)
Folded2018 (2018)
Home arena Humenné Ice Stadium
(capacity: 4,500)
ColoursBlue, white, yellow
   
Website www.mhkhe.sk

MHK Humenné was a professional Slovak ice hockey club based in Humenné, Slovakia. The club was founded in 1936. Humenné promoted to the Slovak 1. Liga in 2005, first time in club history. [1]

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Honours

Domestic

Slovak 2. Liga

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References

  1. "History of club". mhkhe.bemaco.sk (in Slovak).