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Season 2018-2019

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Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Oct. 19 18 | 16:00MAC Budapest - HK Crvena Zvezda8-0
Oct. 20 18 | 20:00SV Renon - HK Crvena Zvezda6-4
Oct. 21 18 | 14:00HK Crvena Zvezda - HDD Jesenice2-1 OT
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
1GArsenije Rankovic26.03.1992188 cm97 kgleft
GArsenije Rankovic26.03.1992188 cm97 kgleft
GBojan Vasic14.09.2000177 cm62 kgleft
30GBojan Vasic14.09.2000177 cm62 kgleft
DIvan Anić07.06.1996180 cm77 kgleft
20DIvan Anić07.06.1996180 cm77 kgleft
DBogdan Gaidash15.05.1993183 cm85 kgright
10DBogdan Gaidash15.05.1993183 cm85 kgright
DAndreja Jovovic02.03.2000170 cm58 kgleft
14DAndreja Jovovic02.03.2000170 cm58 kgleft
DArtem Kuleshov20.04.1995190 cm96 kgleft
18DArtem Kuleshov20.04.1995190 cm96 kgleft
9DUgljesa Novakovic17.03.1995185 cm90 kgright
DUgljesa Novakovic17.03.1995185 cm90 kgright
17DPavle Podunavac15.02.1997182 cm82 kgleft
DPavle Podunavac15.02.1997182 cm82 kgleft
22DRobert Sabados26.11.1989186 cm90 kgleft
DRobert Sabados26.11.1989186 cm90 kgleft
23FVasilije Andjelkovic08.05.2000162 cm60 kgN/A
FVasilije Andjelkovic08.05.2000162 cm60 kgN/A
FEisai Arai06.09.1998171 cm64 kgleft
11FEisai Arai06.09.1998171 cm64 kgleft
21LWMarko Brkusanin (C)21.06.1990187 cm88 kgright
LWMarko Brkusanin21.06.1990187 cm88 kgright
FVyacheslav Chegrintsev31.03.1996178 cm79 kgleft
28FVyacheslav Chegrintsev31.03.1996178 cm79 kgleft
8FMichal Daniel14.08.1999156 cm53 kgleft
FMichal Daniel14.08.1999156 cm53 kgleft
FMarko Dragović24.04.2001163 cm53 kgN/A
24FMarko Dragović24.04.2001163 cm53 kgN/A
FDusan Jankovic01.05.1998185 cm80 kgleft
26FDusan Jankovic01.05.1998185 cm80 kgleft
19FNikola Kerezovic12.09.1994185 cm85 kgright
FNikola Kerezovic12.09.1994185 cm85 kgright
FMirko Markovic23.09.1998185 cm72 kgleft
15FMirko Markovic23.09.1998185 cm72 kgleft
FAntonije Masic08.03.2000182 cm79 kgleft
16FAntonije Masic08.03.2000182 cm79 kgleft
13FAndrija Spanjevic21.10.1999174 cm67 kgleft
FAndrija Spanjevic21.10.1999174 cm67 kgleft
FLuka Vukicevic03.01.1998186 cm82 kgleft
4FLuka Vukicevic03.01.1998186 cm82 kgleft
FAndrej Zwick20.09.1995178 cm78 kgleft
12FAndrej Zwick20.09.1995178 cm78 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Jovica Rus17.03.1977Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Crvena Zvezda was founded right after World War 2 ended. It was scheduled to take place at first Yugoslavian championship in 1946 but warm weather put a stop to the tournament. Crvena Zvezda then participated in 1947 before being passed over by their arch rivals Partizan. Crvena Zvezda failed to win any titles in SFRJ but got their first one in 1992 new Yugoslavia championship where only Serbian teams compeated.

SRJ champions: 4 (1992, 1993, 1996, 1997)

Serbia & Montenegro champions: 1 (2005)

SRJ cup winners: 5 (1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000)

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Medvescak-2 won IHL

The reserve team of Medvescak Zagreb is the champion of the first edition of IHL - International Hockey League, the multi-national championship including teams from Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia.
The eternal champion of Croatia finished 4th in the regular season, won by Triglav Kranj. In the playoffs eliminated KHL Zagreb in the quarterfinals and same Triglav in the semifinals, when team received reinforcements from EBEL team like goalie Vilim Rosandic and forwards Nik Simsic and Ivan Jankovic. The finals were played against HK Celje that eliminated in 3 dramatic games ambitious Crvena Zvezda Beograd. Medvescak closed the quest with two victories 5-3 and 7-3. Mislav Blagus of KHL Zagreb finished as Top Scorer with 56 points (33+23)

(29 Mar 2018)
 

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)
 

Crvena Zvezda will compete in Belarus Cup

The calendar of 2017 Belarus Cup, named after hockey legend Ruslan Salei, was unveiled with a unexpected news: Serbian team Crvena Zvezda Beograd will compete in the Cup as host team, without the right to eventually advance to final. Serbian team, with Belarusian Igor Krivoshlykov in the coaching staff, will spend pre-season training camp in the city of Kobrin, successfully asking to the Belarus Federation to compete in a tournament as part of preparation for the new season, according to the rumours, in the newly created International Hockey League with Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian teams

As usual the teams are divided in two groups, with the top two teams in each group advancing to semifinals.
Last year Neman Grodno, later also Extraliga champion, won the Cup beating Yunost Minsk in the final

(17 Jun 2017)
 

New champion in Serbia

After 11 consecutive titles by Partizan Beograd, Serbian hockey celebrated a new champion: the new team HK Beograd, created by the federation before the season to compete in MOL Liga, was crowned champion of Serbian League after eliminating Partizan - struggle with economic problems and finished 3d out of four in regular season -  in semifinals and Crvena Zvezda in two games of finals 7-2 and 2-1. Vojvodina Novi Sad takes the bronze winning 7-1 Partizan. Crvena Russian forward Alexander Zubritsky finished as top scorer

(08 Apr 2017)
 

Partizan continues its domination

A goal by Dimitrije Filipović at 63:02 in the overtime gives Partizan the victory 3-2 in game #4 of playoffs finals against arch-rival of Crvena Zvezda and the title number 13, the 11th consecutive. Partizan won all editions of Serbian League since 2006, when League adopted current name after the separation of Montenegro. Crvena Zvezda forward Pavel Popravka was the top scorer of the league with 32 points (16+16)

(21 Mar 2016)
 

Partizan win 19th title in Serbia

By beating HK Beostar 6-8 and 7-3 in two-games final series, Partizan Beograd won the 2014-2015 edition of Serbian League, continuing to dominate domestic hockey scene: it's title number 19, the 10th consecutive, for Partizan. Beostar Ukrainian forward Dmitri Gnitko was the top scorer of the league with 37 points (19+18) in 12 games of regular season

(15 Mar 2015)
 

Anders Jespersen to coach Sydney Ice Dogs

New experience for the wandering goalie: Danish Anders Jespersen is the new headcoach of Sydney Ice Dogs of Australian Icehockey League, replacing Andrew Petrie, moved to Newcastle North Stars last September. Jespersen start the season as Oman National team headcoach, before to move in Serbia, where worked as goalies' coach at Crvena Zvezda

(04 Mar 2015)
 

Crvena Zvedza - Partizan game declared invalid

The Serbian League match Crvena Zvezda - Partizan played on October 26th was declared friendly, both by teams and Competition Director, since it was played at the very begining of the season with Crvena Zvezda had only couple of days on the ice back then. The stats and the 3 points earned by Partizan, that won the game 82, were cancelled since the it was never registered by the Competition Director.

(18 Nov 2014)
 

New problems for Serbian League

With just one game played and start postponed from November to January, Serbian League continues to face difficulties: game number 2 between Crvena Zvedza and Vitez, scheduled for yesterday, was cancelled. It seems Crvena Zvezda wants to withdraw from the league

(28 Jan 2012)
 

Serbian League finally starts

Originally scheduled for mid-November and postponed due to lack of agreement between clubs and federation, Serbian League finally started yesterday with Spartak Subotica's 6-4 away victory against Vojvodina Novi Sad. The Serbian League is consisting of four teams, besides Vojvodina and Spartak, Crvena Zvedza Beograd and Vitez Beograd. The winner of the regular season will play a final against Slohokej Partizan Beograd.

(21 Jan 2012)
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HK Crvena Zvezda participates in season 2018-2019: Continental Cup, IHL - International Hockey League

 
 
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