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HC Kometa Brno
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City: Brno, Czech Republic
League: Czech Extraliga
Founded: 1953 (1953)
Home Arena: Hala Rondo
Colors: Blue and white
Head Coach: Zdeněk Venera


HC Kometa Brno (Kometa means comet in English) is the second most successful ice hockey club in the Czech Republic with 11 Czechoslovak league titles (right after HC Dukla Jihlava which have 12 titles). With three European Cup titles, Kometa is also the most successful Czech club in international ice hockey. The club was founded in 1953 as an army ice hockey club with the name Rudá Hvězda Brno (Red Star Brno). In 1962 the club changed its name to ZKL Brno and stopped being an army team. In 1996 the team relegated from Czech Extraliga to the second highest ice hockey league – Czech 1.liga. On 1 April 2009, Kometa bought the licence for Czech Extraliga from another south Moravian club, HC Znojemští Orli. This club will now serve as a farm team for Brno.

1974-75 team guide

History of the team name[edit | edit source]

  • 1953 – Rudá hvězda Brno
  • 1962 – ZKL Brno
  • 1976 – TJ Zetor Brno
  • 1990 – HC Zetor Brno
  • 1993 – HC Královopolská Brno
  • 1994 – HC Kometa Brno
  • 1995 – HC Kometa Brno BVV
  • 1997 – HC Kometa Brno

Notable players[edit | edit source]

Current players[edit | edit source]

Current roster for season 2010/2011

Position # Name Acquired
G 35 Flag of the Czech Republic Jiří Trvaj 2009
G 1 Flag of Finland Sasu Hovi 2009
D 32 Flag of the Czech Republic Radim Bičánek 2009
D 8 Juraj Valach 2011
D 89 Flag of the Czech Republic Michal Kempný 2008
D 71 Flag of Slovakia Tomáš Malec 2010
D 53 Flag of the Czech Republic Jan Švrček 2011
D 23 Flag of the Czech Republic Radim Ostrčil 2009
D 5 Flag of the Czech Republic Tomáš Žižka 2011
D 3 Flag of the Czech Republic Petr Šenkeřík 2011
D 72 Flag of the Czech Republic Ondřej Dlapa 2011
F 41 Flag of Slovakia Andrej Podkonický 2011
F 12 Flag of the Czech Republic Leoš Čermák 2011
F 28 Flag of the Czech Republic Radek Dlouhý 2009
F 29 Flag of the Czech Republic Jakub Koreis 2011
F 9 Flag of the Czech Republic Roman Erat 2009
F 16 Flag of the Czech Republic Radim Hruška 2010
F 10 Flag of the Czech Republic Petr Hubáček 2010
F 11 Flag of the Czech Republic Miroslav Holec 2011
F 27 Flag of the Czech Republic Tomáš Pospíšil 2010
F 67 Flag of the Czech Republic Branislav Jankovič 2011
F 61 Flag of the Czech Republic Jakub Svoboda 2010
F 26 Flag of the Czech Republic Jaroslav Svoboda 2009
F 20

Flag of the Czech Republic Hynek Zohorna

External links[edit | edit source]


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