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Season 2019-2020

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Current rosterseason 2019-2020
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
FMatija Dabac Divić19.05.2002- cm- kgN/A
FAndrej Varga25.04.2002- cm- kgN/A

* no longer in the club

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The club was founded in 1946 as part of HAŠK Mladost and in 1986 became the independent under the name HKL Mladost - Zagreb

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Revolution in Croatia

After ten consecutive titles of Medvescak, there is a new champion in Croatian League: KHL Zagreb broke the monopoly by winning a dramatic final series against Medveascak after a decisive 4-1 victory in game #5, in front of a record of 605 spectators.
KHL Zagreb forward Mislav Blagus finished as League MVP and Top scorer, while champion goalie Leon Hergešić Adamović was named playoffs MVP. Eternal silver medalist Mladost Zagreb won bronze with Ivan Štimac Rojtinić awarded as regular season best goalie.
This season Croatia League alligned a record of 6 teams, with two debutant: KHL Kuna Zagreb and HK Siscia Sisak

(14 Apr 2019)
 

Slovenia Federation launches new league

The Slovenian Federation, in partnership with Croatian and Serbian counterparts, launched the calendar of a new trans-national league called IHL - International Hockey League, starting from September after the positive partecipation of Croatian and Serbian teams in the last two editions of Slovenian League.
10 teams will partecipate, 5 from Slovenia - HK Slavija Ljubljana, HK ECE Celje, HK Triglav, HK MK Bled and HDK Maribor - 3 from Croatia - KHL Medveščak Zagreb 2, KHL Mladost Zagreb and KHL Zagreb - and two from Serbia - Crvena Zvezda Beogrand and HK Vojvodina Novi Sad.
After a home/away round robin and a round more according to the standing, the first eight teams advance to playoffs. A maximum of 5 imports are allowed.

(13 Jul 2017)
 

Medvescak continue to dominate domestic league

Medvescak Zagreb win the 9th consecutive tilte of Croatian League, the 24th in the history of club, by beating once again traditional rival KHL Mladost Zagreb in three games: after a battiling game #1, won 3-2 at overtime, Medvescak trashed opponents 12-1 and 10-2, alligning some of the KHL players.
As in last season, the games played between Croatian teams partecipating in Slovenian league - KHL Mladost, Medvescak and KHL Zagreb - counts also for Croatian League regular season. KHL Sisak, still without an indoor rink, played just against the three teams from Zagreb. Medvescak defender Domen Vedlin finished as top scorer

(08 Apr 2017)
 

Medvescak continues to dominate in Croatia

Medvescak Zagreb wins the eighth consecutive title of Croatian League, beating 4-3ot and 7-4 eternal silver medalist Mladost Zagreb. It's title number 23 for Medvescak since the indipendence, with just 5 years of fast when gold medal was captured by KHL Zagreb (4 titles) and Mladost

Awards:

Best goalie: Tihomir Filipec (KHL Zagreb)
Top scorer: Tadija Mirić (Mladost Zagreb)
MVP regular season: Tadija Mirić (Mladost Zagreb)
MVP playoffs: Ivan Ružić (Medveščak Zagreb-2)

(06 Apr 2016)
 

Medvescak dominates again in Croatia

Medvescak Zagreb won the seventh consecutive title in Croatia, beating 3-0 in the final series (7-2 ; 6-5 and 10-3) Mladost Zagreb. As usual Medvescak competed in regular season with reserve team, but played playoffs with various players from KHL team.

Awards:
League MVP: Ivan Janković (KHL Zagreb)
Best Goalie: Ivan Štimac Rojtinić (Mladost Zagreb)
Best Forward: Tadija Mirić (Mladost Zagreb)

(15 Mar 2015)
 

Mladost scored 31 goals against Sisak

Big score in Croatian League round #2: Mladost Zagreb won 31-2 against Sisak. Mladost forward Miro Smerdelj was the top scorer of the night with 8 goals and 4 assists.

(10 Oct 2013)
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