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Porin Ässät

  • Short name: Ässät
  • Year of foundation: 1932
  • Colours: red, black, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: HC Ässät Pori Oy
    Jäähallinpolku
    28500 Pori
  • Phone: +358 (0) 2 631 4650
  • Fax: +358 (0) 2 631 6800
  • Email: media@assat.com
  • WWW: Ässät Pori
 

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Season 2017-2018

Club teams
 
Current rosterseason 2017-2018
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GMikko Salmenoja11.02.2000184 cm78 kgleft
DVille Heinola02.03.2001181 cm80 kgleft
D/FNik Sirovnik12.02.2001183 cm89 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Roberts Binde13.5.2002Goalie coach

* no longer in the club

Isomäki Arena

Isomäki Arena logo
  • Adress: Metsämiehenkatu 21
    28500 Pori
  • Phone: +358 2 621 1441
  • Capacity: 6443
  • Opened in: 1971
 

Retired numbers
2 - Antti Heikkilä
4 - Arto Javanainen
12 - Tapio Levo
13 - Veli-Pekka Ketola
89 - Jaroslav Otevrel

The team was established in 1967 by merging two local teams, Karhut and RU-38.

Notable players:

Champions ’65, ’71, ’78

League winners:
 

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New Sports Director at Ässät

Former player and Karhu-Kissat junior chief Jari Korpisalo has been chosen to replace Mika Toivola as Ässät Sports Director.

Korpisalo and Ässät has agreed to a 3-year deal starting in early January. Korpisalo played 575 games for Ässät between 1990 - 2005 and was the team's best scorer 6 times during that era. Since 2006 he had been working for his own junior team Karhu-Kissat as a junior chief.

Current Sporting Director Toivola will continue as usual until January and after year change they will sit down and decide how they shall split the work.

(06 Nov 2015)
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Leagues

Porin Ässät participates in season 2017-2018: Liiga, Jr. A SM-Liiga, Jr. A Suomi-Sarja, Jr. B SM-sarja, Jr. B Mestis, Jr. B2 SM-sarja, Jr. C SM-sarja

 
 
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