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HC LEV Praha

  • Short name: Lev Praha
  • Name in original language: ХК ЛEB
  • Year of foundation: 2010
  • Club status: active
  • Address: HC LEV, a. s.
    Za elektrárnou 419/1
    170 00 Praha-Bubeneč
  • Fax: -
  • WWW: HC LEV Praha official website
 
HC LEV Praha is major league affiliate of: Tatranskí Vlci
HC LEV Praha is cooperating club with: HC Sparta Praha

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Season 2013-2014

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This club in 2013-2014: KHL

 
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Jan. 30 14 | Petr Taticek  (F) HC LEV PrahaarrowHC Davos
Nov. 20 13 | David Ullström  (F) Lokomotiv YaroslavlarrowHC LEV Praha
Oct. 23 13 | Nicklas Danielsson  (F) HC LEV PrahaarrowRapperswil-Jona Lakers
Oct. 22 13 | Dominik Pacovsky  (F) HC Sparta PrahaarrowHC LEV Praha
Recent gamesseason 2013-2014
Apr. 20 14 | 15:00Metallurg Magnitogorsk - HC LEV Praha4-1
Apr. 22 14 | 21:00HC LEV Praha - Metallurg Magnitogorsk3-2
Apr. 24 14 | 21:00HC LEV Praha - Metallurg Magnitogorsk-
Apr. 26 14 | 15:00Metallurg Magnitogorsk - HC LEV Praha-
Current rosterseason 2013-2014
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GAtte Engren19.02.1988185 cm84 kgleft
GJan Lukáš02.06.1993183 cm77 kgleft
GPetri Vehanen09.10.1977186 cm82 kgleft
DMarc-Andre Gragnani11.03.1987187 cm87 kgleft
DSpencer Humphries30.04.1992188 cm96 kgright
DTopi Jaakola15.11.1983186 cm87 kgleft
DMikko Mäenpää19.04.1983180 cm82 kgright
DJuraj Mikus30.11.1988194 cm91 kgleft
DJakub Nakladal30.12.1987187 cm90 kgright
DOndrej Nemec18.04.1984182 cm90 kgright
DRyan O’Byrne19.07.1984196 cm106 kgright
DNathan Oystrick17.12.1982183 cm96 kgleft
DMartin Sevc23.09.1981180 cm80 kgleft
CJustin Azevedo01.04.1988170 cm82 kgright
FMichal Birner02.03.1986183 cm85 kgleft
CErik Christensen17.12.1983185 cm94 kgleft
RWLukáš Cingel10.06.1992186 cm88 kgleft
RWNicklas Danielsson07.12.1984185 cm83 kgright
CNiko Kapanen29.04.1978177 cm80 kgleft
FJakub Klepis05.06.1984186 cm95 kgright
FTomas Kubalik01.05.1990190 cm93 kgright
FJakub Matai09.05.1993178 cm79 kgright
CJiri Novotny12.08.1983188 cm97 kgright
FDominik Pacovsky08.06.1990180 cm96 kgleft
RWMichal Repik31.12.1988179 cm81 kgright
FCarl Ridderwall28.05.1988180 cm78 kgleft
FJiri Sekac10.06.1992183 cm79 kgleft
CPetr Taticek22.09.1983188 cm86 kgleft
LWMartin Thörnberg06.08.1983183 cm88 kgleft
CDavid Ullström22.04.1989192 cm90 kgleft
CPetr Vrana29.03.1985180 cm78 kgleft
CPatrik Zackrisson27.03.1987180 cm85 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Rostislav Haas13.12.1968Goalie coach
Kari Jalonen06.01.1960Head Coach
Vaclav Sykora24.10.1952Head Coach
Vaclav Sykora24.10.1952Assistant Coach
Ivano Zanatta03.08.1960Assistant Coach
Jan Votruba *02.02.1962Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

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Zimný štadión Poprad

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  • Adress: Štefánikova 6
    058 01 Poprad
    Slovakia
  • Phone: +421 52/772 21 41 ‎
  • Email: hkpoprad@hkpoprad.sk
  • Capacity: 4500
  • Opened in: 1973
 

In 2009 an idea of foundation of a KHL club in Hradec Králové, Czech republic came into the world. The club was preparing for the entertaining of KHL for the season 2010/11, but the club didn't recieve an approval of Czech Ice Hockey Federation.

From this reason the club was moved to Poprad, Slovakia and the second round of approval prcedure started again, but Slovak Ice Hockey Federation didn't agree with HC Lev start in KHL either and the project was postponed.

During 2010/11 was a negotiating with Slovak Ice Hockey Federation on the program of the club's managers and they were succesfful. Now, it looks that there will be no balks on the HC Lev's road into KHL. "It's certain for 99% that HC Lev will join KHL from 2011/12," Alexander Medvedev told in March 2011.

In the start of May 2011 during WC in Slovakia it was officialy confirmed that HC LEV will play KHL from the start of 2011/12

Historicaly the first head-coach of the team is Radim Rulík.

After the 2011-12 season team moved from Poprad to Praha, Czech Republic

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  • from 2011 to 2012: HC LEV Poprad
  • from 2012 to present: HC LEV Praha

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Vehanen declined invite to play KHL All Star game

Invited to play KHL All Star Game to replace injured Alexander Yeryomenko, Lev Prague goalie Petri Vehanen declined the proposal, explaining that he "did not feel ready at 100%."

(09 Jan 2014)
 

Petri Vehanen joins Team West

Lev Praha goalie Petri Vehanen will join Team West for this coming weekend's All-Star Weekend in Bratislava. The fans' first chioce, Dynamo Moscow's Alexander Yeryomenko, is injured and therefore was forced to withdraw from the event.

(08 Jan 2014)
 

Four players added to KHL All-Star rosters

Forwards Evgeny Kuznetsov (Traktor Chelyabinsk), Geoff Platt (Dinamo Minsk), Jakub Klepis (Lev Prague) and Denis Parshin (Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod) were invited to KHL All Stars game,  which will be held January 11 in Bratislava.

(27 Dec 2013)
 

Nikolai Zherdev left LEV Praha

"Nikolai came to us with a request to terminate the contract, in Prague is separated from his family and wants to return to Russia. After a discussion with the President of the club and the coaching staff, we decided to please him" With this short declaration LEV Prague Sports Director Rashid Chabibulin announced the termination of the contract with Russian forward Nikolai Zherdev, one month after the sign of one-year contract with Czech club

(02 Sep 2013)
 

LEV Prague announces assistant coaches

Former Sparta Praha assistant coach Jan Votruba and Italo-Canadian Ivano Zanatta are the new assistant coach in LEV Praha staff, along with head coach Vaclav Sykora. American Brandon Bovee will be the fitness coach

(06 May 2013)
 

Normunds Sejejs leaves LEV Prague

With a brief statement on team website, LEV Prague announced GM Normunds Sejejs left his position after one season:
"Sports Holding Prague is going to change the control system, making it more centralized. This decision caused the abolition of the position of General Manager of the club
The holding was satisfied with the results shown by LEV during the season, praising the work done by Normunds Sejejs. Largely due to his efforts, LEV was able to achieve its goals in the first season in the League. So we wanted to Normunds Sejejs remained in our organization and offered him the post of consultant management. Unfortunately, Mr. Sejejs rejected our proposal because he wants to continue to act as General Manager, but in our organization is now impossible."

(15 Mar 2013)
 

KHL pays LEV Poprad debts

The Kontinental Hockey League and the KHL Players' Union have ensured that the players, coaches and staff of HC Lev Poprad have received the money owed to them for their work during the 2011/2012 season, when the now-extinct club had a team competing in the KHL Championship.
"The financial difficulties at Lev Poprad have been under the closest possible scrutiny by the League," - said KHL President Alexander Medvedev. "When it became clear that the club's owners were unable to meet their financial obligations to their players and staff, the League got together with the Players' Union to tackle the problems. After the formalities had been attended to, all outstanding payments owed to the players, coaches and staff of the club were paid in full. Despite the fact that the responsibility for making these payments rests with Lev Poprad's owners, we felt that we could not just stand aside, and we were guided by our concern that justice should prevail and these people must receive their hard-earned wages."

(22 Feb 2013)
 

Slovan earns derby win against Lev

In Saturday's only KHL game, hosts Slovan Bratislava have defeated Czech rivals Lev Prague 2-1 (1-0, 1-1, 0-0). Now the Slovakians (50 pts) are three points ahead of Lev Prague. In their first ever meeting in November Slovan had won the derby with the same result in Prague.

(08 Dec 2012)
 

LEV Praha fires coach

After seven consecutive defeats, LEV Praha fires coach Josef Jandac. Assistant coaches Jiří Kalous and Vitali Karamnov will lead temporarly the team.
"I want to thank Josef Jandač for his work, he was an important element in building our team in the summer. Unfortunately, recently the results have been unsatisfactory" said GM Normunds Sejejs.
Jandac arrived at LEV in the summer when team moved from Poprad to Praha. He coached Sparta and Pardubice in last seasons and won a World Championship as Czech Republic assistant coach in 2009

(27 Oct 2012)
 

Sofron released by Lev Praha

HC Lev Praha, the first ever KHL team from the Czech Republic, released István Sofron from his try-out contract. The Hungarian national player was the best goal scorer in last year's EBEL season but couldn't convince the coaching staff. His future destiny remains unknown.

(05 Aug 2012)
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