Milano Rossoblu
Full name Hockey Milano Rossoblu
Founded 2008
Based In Milan, Italy Flag of Italy
Arena Stadio del Ghiaccio Agorà
(Capacity: 4.000)
League Serie A2 (Italy)
Head Coach Flag of Italy Massimo Da Rin

Hockey Milano Rossoblu is an ice hockey team from Milan, Italy. It replaced Milano Vipers (league team 5 times Italian Champion) after that organization was disbanded in 2008.[1] It is currently playing in Serie A2, the second level of competition in Italy.



After the disappearance of the Milano Vipers was announced in 2008, former executives of the Vipers led by Ico Migliore and Tiziano Terragni, announced the foundation of a new team, Hockey Milano Rossoblu.

In the first season in Serie A2, the bench was given to Adolf Insam, former coach of HCJ Milano Vipers, who left the place after a season in Murajca Pajic, his former deputy, to become technical coordinator.

On 28 April 2010, the team announced that it has reached an agreement with Massimo Da Rin as new head coach for Hockey Milano for the 2010–11 season of the Serie A2.

Partnership with the KHLEdit

In 2011, Milano Rossoblu announced a partnership with the Kontinental Hockey League. According to a three year plan, the aim for the 2011–12 season is to earn promotion to the Italian Serie A, while building up a team that is able to play at KHL level. From the 2012–13 season on, one team is expected to join the KHL, while the other team will keep playing in Serie A.[2]


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