SK Trhači Kadaň

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SK Trhači Kadaň
SK Trhaci Kadan logo.png
City Kadaň, Czech Republic
League Czech 1.liga
Founded1945
Home arenaZimní stadion Kadaň
ColoursBlack, Yellow, White
General manager Petr Klíma
Head coach Petr Rosol
Franchise history
1945-1964Tatran Kadaň
1945-1964Slovan Kadaň
1964-1991TJ DNT Kadaň
1991-2017SK Kadaň
2017-presentSK Trhači Kadaň

SK Trhači Kadaň is an ice hockey team in Kadaň, Czech Republic. They play in the Czech 1.liga, the second level of ice hockey in the country. The club was founded in 1945. [1]

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References

  1. History on skkadan.cz