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|15 Dec 2009 |||Pavol Zubek (C)||unknown||HC Kosice|
|1.||Martin Kulha||RW||HC Slovan Bratislava||43||23||35||58||38||45|
|2.||Peter Klouda||C||HK SKP Poprad||46||17||40||57||50||24|
|3.||Jan Pardavy||RW||HC´05 Banská Bystrica||45||27||28||55||12||29|
|4.||Tomáš Bulík||C||HC´05 Banská Bystrica||44||23||31||54||34||30|
|5.||Lubomir Vaic||C||HC Slovan Bratislava||46||15||39||54||30||55|
|6.||Zigmund Palffy||RW||HK 36 Skalica||36||17||36||53||28||36|
|7.||Richard Sechny||C||HK SKP Poprad||46||17||34||51||48||18|
|8.||Marek Bartanus||RW||HK 32 Liptovsky Mikulas||47||28||21||49||30||6|
|9.||Martin Hujsa||F||HC Slovan Bratislava||45||27||22||49||40||40|
|10.||Rudolf Huna||LW||HC Kosice||47||24||25||49||16||18|
|1||HC Slovan Bratislava||47||35||5||2||5||199:101||117|
|2||HC´05 Banská Bystrica||47||24||10||4||9||179:133||96|
|4||HK 36 Skalica||47||23||3||4||17||153:137||79|
|6||HK SKP Poprad||47||24||0||5||18||155:132||77|
|7||HC K´CERO Nitra||47||21||5||3||18||127:130||76|
|10||MsHK Garmin Zilina||47||12||8||4||23||126:158||56|
|11||HK Noves Okna Spisska Nova Ves||47||13||2||5||27||125:168||48|
|12||HK 32 Liptovsky Mikulas||47||12||2||5||28||129:185||45|
|13||HK Orange 20||36||4||1||0||31||70:178||14|
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- 2017-2018: HC´05 Banská Bystrica
- 2016-2017: HC´05 Banská Bystrica
- 2015-2016: HK Nitra
- 2014-2015: HC Kosice
- 2013-2014: HC Kosice
- 2012-2013: HKm Zvolen
- 2011-2012: HC Slovan Bratislava
- 2010-2011: HC Kosice
- 2009-2010: HC Kosice
- 2008-2009: HC Kosice
- 2007-2008: HC Slovan Bratislava
- 2006-2007: HC Slovan Bratislava
- 2005-2006: MsHK Garmin Zilina
- 2004-2005: HC Slovan Bratislava
- 2003-2004: Dukla Trencin
- 2002-2003: HC Slovan Bratislava
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Miroslav Satan is the new President of Slovakian Federation
Former NHLer Miroslav Šatan became the new president of the Slovak Ice Hockey Association (SZĽH).
With 229 votes in the first round of vote. The rival Jaromír Šmátrala received 99 votes. The third candidate Dárius Rusnák retires just before the vote.
Šatan replaced Martin Kohút, who led the Federation since 2016. The 40-year-old Satan is in the eighth President of SZLH in the era of independence.
Róbert Petrovický will lead Slovakia U20
Former Slovakian international Róbert Petrovický, 46, will be the new head coach of Slovakia U20. He replaced long time coach Ernest Bokroš, on Junior team bench since 2011, who will work at Zilina as GM. Other two former players, Martin Štrbák and Viliam Čacho, will be the assistant coaches(07 Jun 2019)
Banska Bystrica won’t play in CHL
Slovakian tri-champion Banská Bystrica won't join 19-20 edition of Champions Hockey League.
"Costs are too high - said club President Juraj Koval - so we not joining the Champions League because our participation is financially a loss. Deficit means that we are threatening our own financial security."
Slovakia has a spot avaiable for the competition and according to the rules HKM Zvolen, finished second in the regular season, should replace the champion
Dukla Michalovce promoted in Extraliga
For the first time since the creation of the club in 1974, Dukla Michalovce will play in 2019-2020 season in Slovak Extraliga, after winning 2-1 a dramatic game #7 in promotion/relagation series against MsHK Garmin Zilina. Czech forward Jakub Linet, scoring the two goals, and goalie Adam Trencan, stopping 55 shoots, are the hero of a night to remember for Dukla fans(23 Mar 2019)
Banska Bystrica will host Winter Classic
On days 02 and 03 of February, the city of Banska Bystrica, home of current Extraliga champion team, will host the first ever edition of Winter Classic, the open competition inspired by similar events in Europe and the NHL. The game will take place at the
Štiavnická stadium, with a capacity of 9.881 spectators.
"The program and organizing team is 100% ready to provide an original and unforgettable sporting experience to hockey fans in Slovakia Personally, I want to present the definitive form of the event to the public directly from Banska Bystrica as a host city " said Pro-Hockey Director Richard Lintner
Kosice fired coaches
Due the unsatisfactory results of the team, 4th after 32 rounds of Extraliga, HC Kosice fired coach Milan Jančuška and assistant Jerguš Bača. Marcel Šimurda and Peter Bartoš, both already in the coaching staff, will act as interim coaches(03 Jan 2018)
Zilina replaces coach
31 points after 25 rounds weren't enough for Stanislav Skorvánek to keep his job at Zilina: headcoach was fired by the club and replaced by Czech Petr Rosol.
Rosol, 53, has a long career in Czech Extraliga for Litvinov and Jihlava, with experiences in Italy, Switzerland and Germany. Internationally, he played for Czechoslovakia winning the World Championship in 1985 in Prague and the bronze medal at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville
As coach, Rosol worked at homeland for Usti nad Labem, Ceske Budejovice, and as assistant at Litvínov and in Switzerland at Martigny and EHC Uzwil, his last duty in 2016-17
Detva fires coach
With just one point after nine rounds of Extraliga, newly promoted HC 07 Detva decided to fire coach Miroslav Chudý, replacing him with current assistant Dušan Kapusta, who will be assisted by Tomáš Chlebničan.
"We are dissatisfied with the results, we cannot replace 25 players, but we had to do something," said the club Chairman Róbert Ľupták.
Penzes becomes the new headcoach of Dukla Trencin
After the sudden death of coach and general manager Jan Kobezda, Dukla Trencin announces current assistant coach Julius Pénzeš will work as headcoach until the end of season. Viliam Cacho and goalies coach Peter Kosa will serve as assistants(31 Jan 2017)
Dukla Trencin fires coach
The job of Josef Turek at Dukla Trencin lasted two months: hired at the end of October to replace resigned Milos Holan, the 45-years-old coach was fired today after the last defeat 8-3 against Liptovsky Mikulas. He will be replace by a coaching triumvirate: current club GM Ján Kobezda will be the new headcoach, assisted by experienced Julius Penzes - fired in November by Nove Zamky - and U18 team coach Viliam Cacho. Turek started season at Zvolen, before being dismissed in October
- Youngest player: Marek Tvrdon (17 years)
- Oldest player: Vladimir Vlk (42 years)
- Shortest player: Tibor Kutalek (170 cm)
- Tallest player: Juraj Valach (200 cm)
- Nationalities: Austria (1), Canada (1), Czech Republic (56), Finland (4), Italy (1), Latvia (2), Romania (1), Russia (1), Slovakia (354), Sweden (1)