Tibor Melichárek

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Tibor Melichárek
Born (1976-11-21) November 21, 1976 (age 43)
Topoľčany, Czechoslovakia
Height 6 ft 0 in (183 cm)
Weight 194 lb (88 kg; 13 st 12 lb)
Position Forward
Shot Right
Played for HC VTJ Telvis Topoľčany
HC Slovan Bratislava
HK Dukla Trencin
SHK 37 Piestany
HC Sparta Praha
HC Ocelari Trinec
HC Ceske Budejovice
MHK Dubnica
National teamFlag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia
NHL Draft Undrafted
Playing career 19952017

Tibor Melichárek (21 November 1976) is a Slovak professional ice hockey player. [1] [2]

He played with clubs including HC Slovan Bratislava in the Slovak Extraliga. [3]

Career statistics

Regular season Playoffs
Season TeamLeagueGP G A Pts PIM GPGAPtsPIM
1995–96 HC VTJ Telvis Topoľčany Slovak2 48188268
1996–97 HC VTJ Telvis TopoľčanySlovak24819153410
1997–98 HC VTJ Telvis TopoľčanySlovak2291692528
1998–99 HC VTJ Telvis TopoľčanySlovak23612152746
1999–00 HC VTJ Telvis TopoľčanySlovak24430215112
2000–01 HC Slovan Bratislava Slovak 5013102312
2001–02 HK Dukla Trencin Slovak517101712
2002–03 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak54137206
2003–04 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak522210324
2004–05 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak531492318110220
2004–05 SHK 37 Piestany Slovak30114
2005–06 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak5412132518400010
2006–07 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak54293160771494132
2007–08 HC Sparta Praha Czech 52113141441120
2008–09 HC Ocelari Trinec Czech123254
2008–09 HC Sparta PrahaCzech100114
2008–09 HC Ceske Budejovice Czech2329114
2009–10 HC Ceske BudejoviceCzech495491053140
2010–11 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak561621372892350
2011–12 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak485182328104154
2012–13 SHK 37 PiestanySlovak5617724361445912
2013–14 SHK 37 PiestanySlovak5512203236113258
2014–15 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak561920393051012
2015–16 HK Dukla TrencinSlovak55198271450000
2016–17 MHK Dubnica Slovak3 8410144
Slovak totals6941981843823198323174038

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