JKH GKS beat TatrySki Podhale 4-0 in the final in Tychy to win the Polish Cup Puchar Polski.
(31 Dec 2018)
Tomáš Komínek, Kamil Wałęga, Artiom Dubinin and Łukasz Nalewajka scored the goals.
GKS Tychy win the 2016 edition of Polish Cup by beating 3-0 arch-rival Cracovia Krakow, winner in 2015, in the final played in Nowy Targ. It's the seventh national trophy captured by Tychy, the club that has won more times the competition. In the semifinals Tychy trashed 5-1 Polonia Bytom, while Cracovia eliminated host MMKS Podhale Nowy Targ by winning 4-2(31 Dec 2016)
Outclassing 5-0 host Nowy Targ, Cracovia Krakow wins the second Polish Cup of its history completing a perfect weekend with a 8-0 record. Maciej Urbanowicz scored 2 goals and served one assist, while teammate Mateusz Rompkowski was awarded as MVP of the final. In the semifinals Cracovia won 3-0 against GKS Jastrzębie while Nowy Tag advanced beating 5-3 champion GKS Tychy(30 Dec 2015)
After 10 years from the last appearance, the Nowy Targ Arena, with capacity for 3.500 spectators, will host the finals of Polish Cup 2015 on 29-30 December 2015, featuring the best four teams after two rounds of the regular season. The semifinals pairs are:
16:00 Comarch Cracovia - JKH GKS Hawks
19:30 TatrySki Podhale Nowy Targ - GKS Tychy
The final will started on 30 December at 18:30
(12 Dec 2015)
Krakow Arena will host the final four of 2014 Polish Cup, on December 27 and 28. The Federations intends to use this event as a test for upcoming World Championship Division Ia, held in Krakow in April.(07 Nov 2014)
"We are aware that an event of this magnitude must be properly organized. Polish Cup will be our test event before the championships. We will be able to test the venue in every aspect, and this is extremely important" said Dawid Chwałka, President of Federation, at portal hokej.net
JKH GKS Jastrzębie win its first ever title - the 2012 Polish Cup -
beating 4-2 favourite and current tile holder KH Sanok, in front of
3.500 spectators in the Sanok Arena.
In very interesing semifinals,
JKH GKS Jastrzebie won 4-3 in overtime against GKS Tychy and KH Sanok in
shoot-out won 5-4 against Comarch Cracovia.
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Tournament awards:(30 Dec 2012)
Best goalie: Kamil Kosowski (Jastrzebie)
Best defender: Pavel Mojžíš (Sanok)
Best forward: Richard Kral (Jastrzebie)
In a replay of last season's final, Ciarko Sanok defeated Unia Oswiecim 3-2 after shootout and won its second consecutive Polish Cup. Also in last season's final Sanok beated Unia in a shootout.(30 Dec 2011)