|6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
198 lb (90 kg)
|Teams||GKS Tychy (POL)|
ZSC Lions (NLA)
|World Championships|| 1987 B|
|Born||September 2nd 1957,|
Ruda Slaska, Poland
|Pro Career||– present|
International career[edit | edit source]
Gruth was member of the Polish National Team for the 1980 Olympics, 1984 Olympics, 1988 Olympics and 1992 Olympics, as well as for 17 World Championships. He holds the record for the most selection to the Polish squad, with 248, as well as the record for the most points (109).
Coaching career[edit | edit source]
Following his playing days, Gruth turned to coaching. In 1996-97, he was head coach of EHC Salzgitter of the 2.Bundesliga in Germany. He had a record of 5-17-2. He was head coach of the ZSC Lions when current head coach Christian Weber was downgraded to the role of assistant of Beat Lautenschlager with the GCK Lions of the NLB.
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- Gruth's profile on eurohockey.net
- Gruth's profile on sports-reference.com
- Gruth article on pl.wikipedia.org. In polish