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Steaua Rangers

 
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Season 2017-2018

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Recent gamesseason 2017-2018
Mar. 29 18 | 18:30Steaua Rangers - Progym Gheorgheni3-10
Mar. 30 18 | 18:30Steaua Rangers - Progym Gheorgheni2-7
Mar. 31 18 | 18:30Progym Gheorgheni - Steaua Rangers1-6
Current rosterseason 2017-2018
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GHunor Albert14.04.1998177 cm62 kgleft
GAdrian Catrinoi Cornea11.05.1979184 cm80 kgleft
GGabriel Daniel Uruc29.10.1997181 cm80 kgleft
DSergei Afanasyev26.04.1994180 cm81 kgleft
DFlorian Bocu14.06.1994178 cm75 kgleft
DRaul Caramfil19.02.2000182 cm90 kgleft
DFlorin Creanga08.04.1997186 cm82 kgleft
DVlad Stefan Cretu24.01.2000177 cm71 kgright
DMircea David23.08.1998185 cm87 kgleft
RDAndrás Kostandi25.03.1978182 cm80 kgleft
DAndrei Lefterache??.??.????- cm- kgN/A
DNicusor Lusneac07.03.1989180 cm85 kgleft
DMircea Jean Oniciuc31.12.1995183 cm85 kgleft
DDmitry Pugachyov02.10.1994179 cm80 kgleft
DZaharia Gabriel Stefan06.09.1997189 cm90 kgleft
D/FCatalin Berdila27.10.1992184 cm110 kgleft
FAlfred Antal12.02.1996176 cm75 kgleft
FAndrei Anton22.03.1997173 cm65 kgright
FAndrei Buleandra19.01.1999174 cm86 kgright
FMircea Constantin02.10.1995180 cm90 kgleft
FAndrei Filip02.07.2000184 cm81 kgright
FMihail Georgescu03.11.1985181 cm83 kgright
FVlad Grigori28.02.1997184 cm73 kgright
FGeorgy Kicha15.09.1990175 cm70 kgleft
FEvgeny Limansky10.09.1992180 cm85 kgright
FMarius Marcus29.09.1987187 cm87 kgleft
FClaudiu Radu19.09.1998175 cm71 kgright
FBogdan Sakov02.02.1994190 cm77 kgleft
FRobert Timaru09.10.1998178 cm70 kgleft
FIonut Tudor23.11.1999182 cm95 kgleft
FIoan Alexandru Tudor23.11.1999177 cm79 kgright
FAlexei Yanishevsky26.03.1993184 cm82 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Ioan Timaru25.03.1974Assistant Coach
Nelu Alexe08.08.1967Head Coach

* no longer in the club

  • from 1951 to 1961: CCA București
  • from 1961 to 2010: Steaua București
  • from 2010 to present: Steaua Rangers

Romanian League: 1953, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006
Romanian Cup: 1969, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990-spring, 1990-autumn, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998-spring, 1998-autumn, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2008

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Sport Club Miercurea Ciuc takes back the title in Romania

Team with the most titles in the 2000s, Sport Club Miercurea Ciuc interrupts a 4-year fast by winnig the 2017-2018 Romanian League by beating 4-3 at overtime in a dramatic game 6 the major rival and reigning champion Corona Brasov. The finals has a uncommon trend with Sport Club, that had easily eliminated Steaua Bucharest in the semifinals, winning 9-7 and 6-5ot first 2 games, losing 2-1ot game 3. The balance was brutally broken in game 4, with Sport Club hammering 10-1 Corona in Brasov, already anticipating the title in front of their fans. But Corona Brasov did a small miracle winning 2-3 game 5 in Miercurea Ciuc, before to surrender to a Csanad Fodor decisive goal tonight.
Traditional Steaua Bucharest closed a very positive season winning bronze series against ambitious Progym Gheorgheni, that announced to submit application to join Erste Liga next season. The biggest disappointment is Dunarea Galati, twice champion 2 seasons ago and with a one-season partecipation to Erste Liga, now sinking in debts and finished 5th, just ahead of eternal last Sportul Studentesc Bucharest, finishing the umpteenth season without winning even one game. Dunarea announced right after the end of regular season that the club very likely won't partecipate in the next season
Veteran Vaclav Novak finished again as top scorer with 63 points (31+32)

(05 Apr 2018)
 

Martin Lacroix named head coach of Romania

Some days after having led Corona Brasov to the national title, Canadian Martin Lacroix accepted the position of headcoach of Romania national team for the upcoming IHWC Division II A, held in Galati from 03 to 09 April, where Romania, relegated from Division Ib last year, will battle for the promotion with Australia, Belgium, Iceland, Spain and Serbia
Dunarea Galati and Steaua Bucharest coaches Marius Trendafir and Nelu Alexe will be the assistant coaches.

"I accepted the appointment as coach of the Romanian team because it's a new challenge, an honor and a responsibility for me. In Galati we will try to get the best results and I think it is possible to finish first in the group and gain promotion. As a first step I will try to establish a new mentality among the components of the national team and prepare seriously every game" said Lacroix

(29 Mar 2017)
 

Sport Club Miercurea Ciuc win Romanian Cup

Sport Club Miercurea Ciuc/Csíkszereda win Romanian Cup 2015-16 beating 3-2 Steaua Bucharest in the final played in Brasov. The game was the replay of the original final, scheduled on 20 december 2015 at Gheorghieni ice rink and suspended after second period with score 7-2 for Miercurea Ciuc due to a short circuit. It's the eighth trophy for Sport Club.

(01 Mar 2016)
 

Romania Cup final suspended

The final of Romanian Cup between SC Miercurea Ciuc and Steaua Bucharest, played at Gheorgheni arena, was suspended after the second period due to a short circuit to the lighting system which caused the explosion of two reflectors and a fire. The firefighters decided to evacuate the spectators from the rink. Given the impossibility to guarantee the repair in a short time, Federation decided to reschedule the game for a future date to be determined. At the moment of suspension the score was 7-2 in favour of SC Miercurea Ciuc. In the bronze game, Dunarea Galati won 7-6 at overtime against host Progym

(22 Dec 2015)
 

Rain of goals in Romanian Cup

Romanian Cup, started yesterday in Galati, saw big scores in first games. Sportul Studentesc Bucharest lost 0-30 and 1-22 against Corona Brasov and Steaua Bucharest, while home team Dunarea Galati won 16-0 against Progym. Dunarea signed Austrian stars Andre Lakos and Oliver Setzinger for the competition but lost first game 2-7 against SC Miercurea Ciuc. Follow Romanian Cup on eurohockey.com

(11 Sep 2014)
 

MOL Liga suffered withdrawals

Two clubs applied to join 2012-13 MOL Liga announces they won't enter in the competition: Slovak HK 38 Dubnica did not got the approval from the Slovakian Federation, while Slohokej Liga champion Partizan Beograd can't solve the problem of ice availability to ensure a proper preparation for the season.
In addition also regular partecipant Steaua Rangers Bucharest won't compete due to uncertain status of the ice-hockey department of the club. Previously Sapa Fehérvár AV19 announced its farm team was disbanded.
So MOL Liga will start in September with 7 teams: Hungarian Dab.Docler Dunaújváros, Ferencváros Budapest, Miskolci Jegesmedvék and Újpesti TE Budapest, Romanian ASC Corona Brasov and HSC Csíkszereda/Miercurea Ciuc and the Slovak Ice Tigers Nové Zámky

(04 Jul 2012)
 

Filip decisive in Romanian League Finals game #1

Slovak Richard Filip shines in first game of Romanian League finals: Brasov defender scores all four goals in his team's 4-3 overtime away victory against defending champion SC Miercurea Ciuc. Game #2 will be played in Brasov next Friday. In bronze medal series Steaua leads 1-0 after destroying Dunarea Galati 10-1

(21 Mar 2012)
 

Steaua and Brasov punished

Disciplinary Committee of the Romanian Ice Hockey Federation decided to fine Steaua Bucarest and Brasov and to suspend players involved in the riots in last games between teams: Brasov forward József Adorján received the most severe punishment, a suspension until 31st of December 2012, because of the fight he had with Cătălin Berdilă. Steaua player was suspended for six games and fined with 600 lei. Adam Krug (Steaua) and Antal Zsombor (Brasov) were suspended for three games while Csaba Nagy (Brasov) takes two games suspension. Teams will face eachother again in playoffs semifinal

(08 Mar 2012)
 

All set for playoffs in Romania

With last non-influential games between Brasov and Dunarea Galati, Romanian League finishes regular season and begins playoffs next friday. HSC Csíkszereda, as MOL regular season winner, was qualified directly for semifinals and will face modest Dunarea Galati in a foregone series. The other pair between Brasov - winner of pre-playoffs group - and Steaua is much more balanced despite Brasov won 15-0 last game and the polemics of last games

(07 Mar 2012)
 

Steaua captures Romanian Cup

Beating Corona Brasov 4-3 in a thrilling final, Steaua Rangers Bucarest wins 2011 Romanian Cup final played in Galati. HSC Csíkszereda grabbed bronze medal beating 5-15 host Dunarea Galati

(24 Dec 2011)
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Steaua Rangers participates in season 2017-2018: Liga Nationala De Hochei, Romanian Cup, Romanian U20 League, Romanian U18 League

 
 
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