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Corona Brasov Wolves

  • Short name: Corona Brasov Wolves
  • Name in original language: Sport Club Municipal Fenestela 68 Braşov
  • Nickname: Corona Brasov Wolves
  • Year of foundation: 2007
  • Colours: yellow, blue
  • Club status: active
  • Address: 21 Garii Blv.
    Brasov
  • Phone: +40-368-442241
  • Email: pr.coronabrasov@gmail.com
  • WWW: SCM Brasov, Corona Brasov Wolves
 

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Season 2014-2015

Club teams
 
Recent gamesseason 2014-2015
Mar. 20 15 | 18:30Progym Gheorgheni - Corona Brasov Wolves6-5
Mar. 21 15 | 18:30Progym Gheorgheni - Corona Brasov Wolves6-4
Mar. 24 15 | 18:00Corona Brasov Wolves - Progym Gheorgheni1-5
Current rosterseason 2014-2015
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GSzilard Beres26.09.1991187 cm80 kgright
GRajmond Fülöp03.07.1987180 cm80 kgleft
DRichard Filip17.07.1983190 cm88 kgN/A
DAndries Gheorghies03.09.1997176 cm67 kgright
DJuhamatti Hietamäki22.03.1985179 cm90 kgleft
DImre János11.11.1990178 cm85 kgright
DZsolt Matyas27.03.1996179 cm91 kgleft
DCsaba Nagy24.08.1984185 cm91 kgright
DJaroslav Obsut09.03.1976183 cm90 kgleft
DDaniel Lucian Oprea13.12.1994179 cm74 kgleft
DEvgeny Pisarenko12.04.1980190 cm94 kgright
FZsombor Antal07.03.1985175 cm86 kgright
FAndrei Anton22.03.1997173 cm65 kgright
FZsolt Bálint26.10.1989177 cm80 kgright
FDennis Dumitru20.04.1994185 cm80 kgleft
FCsanad Fodor16.11.1990171 cm76 kgleft
FVlad Grigori28.02.1997184 cm73 kgright
FAttila Imecs10.02.1991180 cm80 kgright
CPeter Klouda01.06.1978193 cm92 kgleft
FHunor Márton03.12.1993176 cm78 kgleft
FArpad Mihaly27.06.1980188 cm99 kgleft
FZsolt Molnár06.08.1987177 cm81 kgright
FZsolt Peter07.08.1991172 cm75 kgleft
LWRóbert Péter07.10.1983181 cm92 kgright
FMagor Tivadar Petres08.02.1985173 cm70 kgright
FMartin Saluga18.10.1982183 cm85 kgleft
FCsanád Virág27.12.1988181 cm73 kgleft
FLevente Zsók10.21.1983183 cm80 kgleft

* no longer in the club

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  • from 2007 to 2011: SCM Fenestela 68 Brasov
  • from 2011 to 2013: Corona Fenestela Brasov
  • from 2013 to 2015: Corona Brasov Wolves
  • from 2015 to present: ASC Corona 2010 Brasov
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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)
 

HSC Csíkszereda won Romanian Cup

HSC Csíkszereda (SC Miercurea Ciuc) won its ninth Romanian Cup by beating 5-1 major rival Corona Brasov in the final played at Galati. Experienced Russian forward Pyotr Schastlivy scored two goals while compatriot Andrei Taratukhin netted a decisive short-handed goal in the second period.It was the eighth final in the last ten years for Sport Club, defeated last season by Dunarea Galati. Progym Gheorgheni won the bronze defeating 6-5 host Dunarea

(23 Dec 2017)
 

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)
 

Dunarea Galati won Romania Cup

Current national champion Dunarea Galati won its first title of Romania Cup beating 6-5 at overtime in a spectacular final, played at Brasov Arena, Cup holder SC Miercurea Ciuc with decisive goal scored by Slovak Ondrej Rusnak after 69 minutes, after Dunarea has recovered a 0-3 gap after two period, scoring 5 goals in the third, despite Miercurea has found the further advantage twice. Corona Brasov won the bronze winning 7-2 against Progym Gheorgheni

(23 Dec 2016)
 

Corona Brasov wins Romania Cup

With a comeback from 0-2 after first period, Corona Brasov won 2015 edition of Romania Cup, beating 3-2 arch rival SC Miercurea Ciuc in front of 2000 fans at home rink. In september Miercurea Ciuc won 2014 edition, beating 2-1 Brasov at overtime

(21 Dec 2014)
 

Swedish duo on Brasov bench

Corona Brasov finds a new coach after the resignation of Miroslav Ihnacak:
Former Troja-Ljungby coach and general manager Jerry Andersson signed for MOL League vice-champion, along with Håkan Nygren, fired by Ferencvaros some weeks ago, as assistant coach.

(11 Oct 2014)
 

Miroslav Ihnacak left Brasov

Less then one month after the start of MOL liga, vice-champion Corona Brasov lost its coach: Slovak Miroslav Ihnacak, 52, resigned for familiar reasons. "We decided together that it is the best decision for everyone, he decided to return home to stay with his family. I'm sorry to have to break up." said president of hockey section, Zoltan Olti-Pascal. Former coach Laszlo Kovacs will be the interim coach.

(29 Sep 2014)
 

SC Miercurea Ciuc won Romania Cup

A goal by Ede Mihaly in the overtime gives 2-1 victory and the Romanian Cup to SC Miercurea Ciuc in the final played in Galati against Corona Brasov

(15 Sep 2014)
 

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)
 

Miroslav Ihnacak signs at Brasov

MOL Liga vice-champion Corona Brasov Wolves announced the sign of 52-years-old Slovakian Miroslav Ihnacak, last season on Polonia Bytom bench, as new head coach. Ihnacak replaces Finnish Kari Rauhanen, who signed last week for Dunarea Galati

(02 Jul 2014)
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Fast factsseason 2014-2015
Leagues

Corona Brasov Wolves participates in season 2014-2015: Continental Cup, MOL Liga, Liga Nationala De Hochei, Romanian Cup, Romanian U20 League, Romanian U18 League

 
 
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