Slovan Bratislava

Club information

Club name: HC Slovan Bratislava
Year of foundation: 1921 (formerly as '1. CsSK Bratislava')
Arena, name: Samsung Arena
Capacity:
8025 spectators
Built in, year: 1940 (rebuilt 1992, 2003, 2007)
Club address:
HC Slovan Bratislava, a.s., Odbojarov 9, 831 04 Bratislava, Slovakia
Arena address: Zimny Stadion Ondreja Nepelu, Odbojarov 9, 831 04 Bratislava
Phone: +421 2 44 45 65 00 Fax: +421 2 44 45 64 00
E-mail: hcslovan@hcslovan.sk
President and General manager:
Maros Krajci
Head coaches: Zdeno Ciger (practice and training), Miroslav Miklosovic (tactics and strategy)
Assistant coaches: 
Igor Toth, Rudolf Jurcenko (goaltender coach)
National champions:
(7) 1979 (Czechoslovakia champion), 1998, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007 (Slovakia champion)
ECC Media-relations manager: Veronika Nemethova, HC Slovan Bratislava, a.s., Odbojarov 9, 831 04 Bratislava, Slovakia. Tel: +421 2 44 45 65 00, cell-phone: +421 903 69 69 74, E-mail: pr@hcslovan.sk
Team colours: white jersey, blue shorts. Away: blue jersey, white shorts
Official club website:
www.hcslovan.sk/
Official association & league website: www.szlh.sk


Slovan Season Notes

++ As of November, Slovan Bratislava made it to the top of the Slovak Extraleague rankings again with 8 victories in a row and more on the way. The team is at the number one spot after 22 games, but the competition is going strong along with Dukla Trencin, last season’s runner-up.

++ Three Slovan players will join the Slovak national team during the November international break. Defensemen Jozef Kovacik and Michal Sersen and forward Marek Uram were all named to the squad.

++ As of the November international break, Slovan's leading scorer was Marek Uram, despite the fact that he is not on the team's top line which includes Miroslav Lazo, Robert Dome and Michal Hreus.

++ In October, Slovan signed Swedish forward Robert Dome to a three-year contract. Dome comes to Slovan from another 2008 participating ECC squad, MODO.

++ At the end of September, the team to beat in the Slovak league is Dukla Trencin. But defending champion, Slovan is close on on their heels, in second place with 17 points in their first nine games. The top-two teams met early in the season, with Dukla winning 2-1 in a shootout.

++ This is Slovan Bratislava's second time participating in the ECC. The squad is one of four teams making repeat performances at the annual event.

 

Slovan's extended ECC roster

1

Sasu Hovi

Goalkeeper

12.08.1982

FIN

172

75

30

Jan Chovan

Goalkeeper

07.09.1983

SVK

180

79

60

Matus Filo

Em. GK

28.01.1988

SVK

180

70

6

Jozef Kovacik

Defence

01.01.1980

SVK

178

83

7

Jan Srdinko

Defence

22.02.1974

CZE

182

90

8

Michal Sersen

Defence

28.12.1985

SVK

184

80

39

Daniel Hancak

Defence

03.01.1984

SVK

189

90

68

Milan Hruska

Defence

26.04.1985

SVK

182

80

69

Petr Pavlas

Defence

04.02.1968

CZE

184

85

76

Dusan Devecka

Defence

19.06.1980

SVK

179

77

77

Peter Huba

Defence

17.02.1986

SVK

184

83

9

Martin Kulha

Forward

07.08.1976

SVK

188

92

11

Lubomir Pistek

Forward

07.08.1980

SVK

188

90

15

Michal Kokavec

Forward

01.03.1983

SVK

184

87

17

Andrej Kmec

Forward

24.07.1977

SVK

184

87

18

Richard Kapus

Forward

09.02.1973

SVK

182

90

19

Martin Hujsa

Forward

09.09.1979

SVK

178

73

23

Juraj Sykora

Forward

19.09.1983

SVK

190

90

59

Robert Dome

Forward

29.01.1979

SVK

180

93

79

Marek Uram

Forward

08.09.1974

SVK

174

82

81

Miroslav Lazo

Forward

18.10.1977

SVK

179

88

86

Radoslav Kropac

Forward

05.04.1975

SVK

184

88

93

Michal Hreus

Forward

09.03.1973

SVK

187

93



2007-2008 roster changes:

Roster Additions: Robert Dome (MODO Hockey, SWE), Richard Kapus (Novokuznezk, RUS), Andrej Kmec (Nitra, SVK), Jozef Kovacik (Nitra, SVK).


Roster Subtractions: Lubomir Hurtaj (Wolfsburg, GER), Roman Kukumberg (Nizhnekamsk, RUS), Marek Vorel (Chelyabinsk, RUS), Dalibor Kusovsky (Zilina, SVK), Roman Tvrdon (Zilina, SVK)

 

 

Sep. 7

@ Martin

L 6-3

Sep. 9

vs. Dukla

L 1-2

Sep. 14

vs. Kosice

W 3-1

Sep. 16

@ Kezm.

W 4-1

Sep. 21

@ Zilina

W 6-5

Sep. 23

vs.Skalica

W 3-1

Sep. 25

@ Nitra

W 4-1

Sep. 28

vs.Mikulas

W10-2

Sep. 29

@ Poprad

L 1-3

Oct. 5

vs. Zvolen

W 4-1

Oct. 7

vs. Martin

L 2-3

Oct. 9

@ Dukla

W 4-3

Oct. 12

@ U20

W 5-2

Oct. 14

@ Kosice

L 2-7

Oct. 19

vs. Kezm.

W 3-1

Oct. 21

vs. Zilina

W 5-3

Oct. 23

@ Skalica

W 2-0

Oct. 26

vs. Nitra

W 5-3

Oct. 28

@ Mikulas

W 6-2

Oct. 30

vs. Poprad

W 4-1

Nov. 2

@ Zvolen

W 4-1

Nov. 4

vs. Nitra

W 3-1

Nov. 13

@ Martin

W 4-1

Nov. 16

vs. Dukla

W 7-5

Nov. 17

vs. U20

W 5-2

Nov. 20

vs. Kosice

L 3-4

Nov. 23

@ Kezmarok

W 2-1

Nov. 25

@ Zilina

L 4-5

Nov. 27

vs. Zvolen

W 3-2

Nov. 30

vs. Skalica

W 5-4

Dec. 2

@ Nitra

W 3-1

Dec. 4

vs. Mikulas

W 3-2

Dec. 7

@ Poprad

L 2-6

Dec. 9

@ Mikulas

W 1-0

Dec. 18

vs. Martin

W 5-2

Dec. 21

@ Dukla

W 1-0

Dec. 29

@ Kosice

W 4-3

Jan. 4

vs. Kezmarok

W 4-3

Jan. 6

vs. Zilina

W 3-1

Jan. 8

@ Skalica

W 4-2

 

 

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