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1.liga (SVK)

  • League status: Active
  • Year of start: 1993
 

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Recent transfersShow all transfers»
30 Nov 2018 | Martin Trudman  (F) Elmira EnforcersarrowHC Bratislava
27 Nov 2018 | Peter König  (D) HC Nové ZámkyarrowHC Bratislava
22 Nov 2018 | Lukas Pek  (F) Montpellier AHCarrowHC Bratislava
17 Nov 2018 | Vlastimil Lakosil  (G) HSC Csíkszereda (SC Miercurea Ciuc)arrowHC Bratislava
League leaders |  season 2018-2019 all time stats
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Martin KalinacRWHC Topolcany123141768
2.Martin MikolasekLWHC Bratislava21538104
3.Kristian LunterRWHC Prešov Penguins1523512-11
4.Patrik KratochvílaLWHC Bratislava1314561
5.Peter KönigDHC Bratislava72244-14
6.Marcel BalazCHKm Humenne622444
7.Michal GuothDHC Bratislava1804443
8.Ivan KohutDHK Trnava41010-3
9.Martin PusRWHC Bratislava1101141
10.Martin VyskocDMHK Dubnica nad Váhom90004-2
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Slovak hockey player passed away at 21

Slovak forward Kristián Lunter, 21, was found dead on Sunday evening in unclear circumstances. Product of HKM Zvolen, with an experience in Czech U20 League with Kometa Brno, Lunter played this season for HC Presov in Slovak 1.Liga, with two goals and three assists in 15 games, the last one on Friday

(26 Nov 2018)
 

MHK Humenné withdrew from Slovakian 1 Liga

After the closure of city ice rink due to damages suffered after a storm, The Slovakian 1 Liga decided to withdraw MHK Humenné, cancelling all the results of the team until now. The decision was taken after the club failed to find another rink to play home games.
"Despite the efforts of the club, MHK Humenné was unable to find other solutions for playing the games of 1 Liga, thus Hockey League Slovakia in accordance with the Competition Rules has determined to withdraw MHK Humenné from the competition"
As consequence, the playouts between the last four teams to determine the relegation were cancelled due the fact Humenne will be automatically relegated

(26 Jan 2016)
 

Humenné ice rink closed indefinitely after damages

The ice rink of Humenné was closed by Municipality indefinitely after the damages suffered due to bad weather. The roof was damaged by the strong wind that swept Humenné
"We called a structural engineer to decide on the need to shore up the roof structure." said city Mayor Jana Vaľová.
"When it becomes clear what repairs need to be done and what it will cost, we are ready to seek funding without delay. As the building is insured, we immediately reported the insured event"explains Vaľová. "Until then, our hockey players will have to use a different stadium. Although we are immensely sorry for the closure of the stadium, public safety comes first. We Immediately take the steps necessary for the earliest possible reopening of the stadium.
Team will play next home games in Trebisov

(14 Jan 2016)
 

Change of coach in Bardejov

"The inadequate results of the team, especially the four games lost on home ice this season, are the reason for termination of cooperation" said HC 46 Bardejov manager Andrej Gmitter announcing the firing of coach Branislav Kohutiar
Miroslav Ihnačák, recently resigned from Corona Brasov, was announced as new headcoach. He signed until end of season

(01 Dec 2014)
 

Slovak Jozef Salajka passed away

Slovak defender Jozef Salajka passed away today in a motorcycle accident near Senica. Salajka, 31, played for Dukla Senica, Dubnica and Zilina in Slovakia and Prerov, Opava and Hodonin in Czech Republic

(20 May 2014)
 

Bardejov won Slovak 1 Liga

By beating Dukla Michalovce 5-2 in playoffs finals game #5, Bardejov closed the series 4-1 and becomesf Slovak 1. Liga champion for third year in a row. Now Bardejov will face Zilina, finished last in Extraliga, in a best-of-seven promotion/relegation series

(14 Mar 2014)
 

Dukla Michalovce fire coach

After 19 games - and only nine victories - as team's headcoach, Ladislav Spisiak was fired by Dukla Michalovce. Assistant Peter Tirpák will end the season as headcoach
"The reasons are probably obvious to everyone. These are disappointing results and also unconvincing performances Once we play well, once badly..." said Dukla Michalovce President Alexander Černega

(17 Jan 2014)
 

City saved HK Spisska Nova Ves

With the club on the verge of dismantling and the General Assembly having voted for the withdrawal of senior team, the City Council of Nova Ves decided to intervene supporting the team.

"There was a promise by the City to set up club finances, plus extra money to start the season. A-team has opted out of the first league, but the next few days we will see how is the situation of roster and under what conditions to play" said one of the founders of the club Ján Magdoško

(05 Sep 2013)
 

New coaches in Slovakia

Three clubs from Extraliga announces new coaches in last day: champion Kosice appointed Anton Tomko from 1 Liga champion Bardejov as new coach. Same Bardejov announced Tomko's replacement, the former GKS Tychy coach Jan Vodila.
Silver medalist Zvolen signed former Kometa Brno assistant coach Lubomir Oslizlo. Finally Skalica will have Josef Turek on its bench. Turek coached Trinec last season

(22 May 2013)
 

Preliminary round of Slovak 1.liga ended

From now 1.liga will be divided into 2 groups, qualification for play off group and play out group. In the qualification group there will be the first 10 teams including also Slovakian team U20 playing with each other twice. The first eight teams will qualify for the playoffs. In the play-out group there will be 3 teams playing each other 6 times. The last team will relegate to 2.liga and last but one team will play in relegation battle with the winner of the 2.liga.

(05 Dec 2011)
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