Statistics Ujpesti TE 2019-2020

League: Erste Liga

 
This club in 2019-2020: Erste Liga
 
Year: Stage: Position:
 
# Player name Pos GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Jared BrownF19101626141
2.Ladislav SikorcinF105914
3.Eric PanceF106612
4.András BenkF84711
5.Devin DiDiometeLW62810
6.Štěpán CsamangoF7459
7.Cody CarlsonRW4538
8.Matyas OdnogaF7347
9.Benjamin NemesF6347
10.Arnold VargaD4246
11.Mathieu HendersonD5145
12.Daniel GodóF2224
13.Nilan NagyD3123
14.Peter VinczeF2123
15.Attila KovacsF2123
16.Jed RuskD2112
17.Sebestyén KovácsF11
18.David PokornyiD11
19.Adam DaadouF11
20.Norbert GalosF
21.Harrison ReedRW
22.András HorváthD
23.Balazs FehergyarmatiF
24.Soma GasparLW
25.Nandor BangaF
26.Evan JanssenF
27.Botond FeketeD
28.Ville SaukkoD
29.Danila MilushkinF
30.Zakhar EmelianovF
31.Aron Sandor ZsigmondF
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 15 Dec 2019 |  Tom Mele  (F)
     
    Tulsa Oilersarrowunknown
  2. 15 Dec 2019 |  Regan Nagy  (F)
     
    Allen AmericansarrowJacksonville IceMen
  3. 15 Dec 2019 |  Jonatan Harju  (F)
     
    BIK KarlskogaarrowKarlskrona HK
  4. 15 Dec 2019 |  Ville Meskanen  (F)
     
    Hartford Wolf PackarrowIlves Tampere
  5. 15 Dec 2019 |  Matt Lippa  (F)
     
    Idaho SteelheadsarrowAdirondack Thunder
  6. 15 Dec 2019 |  Alex Schoenborn  (F)
     
    Did not playarrowDundee Stars
  7. 15 Dec 2019 |  Mathew Maione  (D)
     
    HC Red Star KunlunarrowDinamo Minsk

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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Game fixtures
 
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Headlines

Sweden wins Channel One Cup

First tournament win for Sweden with Johan Garpenlöv as head coach. Read more»

Thailand wins SEA games in Manila

Thailand was outstanding at the Southeast Asian Games in Manila, Philippines, beating Singapore 8-0 in the final. Read more»

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