Statistics HC Vitkovice Steel 2002-2003

League: NOEN Extraliga

 
 
Year: Stage: Position:
 
# Player name Pos GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Vít StránskýF3417193614
2.Petr PohlRW3613223530
3.Jindrich SuchyF3514183272
4.Lukáš KrenželokF2719113077
5.Jakub HulvaF2813162928
6.David MocekD4310112189
7.Jan BarnaF191282012
8.Petr GrygarF3688166
9.Ondřej TatarčíkF36771446
10.Martin BučekF31851336
11.Daniel TomasekF13581320
12.Lukáš ChmelířD818912
13.Jan DreslerD1734738
14.Filip VychodilD2232526
15.Ondřej ChalupaD3423510
16.Martin MičolaF1423516
17.Martin KrayzelF2714570
18.Bedrich KöhlerC2921316
19.Filip OnderkaD3012318
20.Michael KolarzD2812320
21.Michal NovákF81230
22.Michal GulašiD3603360
23.Rostislav OleszF711212
24.Jindrich KaneraD2410116
25.Ctirad OvčačíkD20112
26.Dalibor BalcarD170008
27.David PalickaD150000
28.Petr KalusF110004
29.Ivo KlivarF110000
30.David TrubkaD60004
31.Jaroslav BrachacekD10002
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 15 Dec 2019 |  Matt Lippa  (F)
     
    Idaho SteelheadsarrowAdirondack Thunder
  2. 15 Dec 2019 |  Alex Schoenborn  (F)
     
    Did not playarrowDundee Stars
  3. 15 Dec 2019 |  Mathew Maione  (D)
     
    HC Red Star KunlunarrowDinamo Minsk
  4. 15 Dec 2019 |  Jonatan Harju  (F)
     
    BIK Karlskogaarrowunknown
  5. 15 Dec 2019 |  Anatoly Yelizarov  (D)
     
    HK TambovarrowDinamo St. Petersburg
  6. 15 Dec 2019 |  Vladimir Ermenkov  (D)
     
    Belarus U20arrowMetallurg Zhlobin
  7. 15 Dec 2019 |  Ilya Nikolaev  (F)
     
    HK RyazanarrowBuran Voronezh

Leagues

Czech Rep.:  Tipsport extraliga | 1.liga | 2.liga

Finland:  Liiga | Mestis

Germany:  DEL | DEL2

Russia:  KHL | VHL

Slovakia:  Tipsport Extraliga | 1.liga

Sweden:  SHL | HockeyAllsvenskan

Switzerland:  NLA | NLB

Other:  EBEL | Belarus | Croatia | Denmark | Estonia | France | Great Britain | Iceland | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | MOL-liga | Norway | Poland | Romania | Serbia | Slovenia | Spain | NHL | AHL |

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