Monika Kvakova
Position Goaltender
5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
134 lb (61 kg)
Team Slovan Bratislava
Born December 15, 1988,
Ziar Nad Hronom, Slovakia
Pro Career 2009 – present

Monika Kvakova (born December 15, 1988 in Ziar Nad Hronom, Slovakia), is a Slovak female goaltender. Kavkova participated in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games for Slovakia.[1]

Playing careerEdit

She was part of the Slovakian roster that defeated Bulgaria by an 82-0 score in September 2008 in the Olympic Pre-Qualification tournament in Latvia. In the win, she accumulated 11 points.[2] Kavkova logged all sixty minutes of the game as she earned the shutout. Of note, the Bulgarian team was unable to record one shot on net.

In 2009, she was part of the roster at the 2009 IIHF World Women’s Championship Division I, which was played in Graz, Austria. She was part of the Slovak team that qualified for the top division of the 2011 World Women's Championships.

Kvakova played one game for Slovakia at the 2011 IIHF 12 Nations Tournament tournament on August 27. Versus Canada, she allowed a hat trick from Vicki Bendus as Canada outshot Slovakia 73-8.[3]

Vancouver Winter GamesEdit

She was part of the first Slovakian women's ice hockey team that competed in the Winter Olympic games. She was the backup to Zuzana Tomcikova in the 2010 Olympics. It was the first time that Slovakia competed in women's ice hockey outside of Europe.[4] She did not log any minutes in the Olympic tournament as Slovakia finished in eighth place.[5]

Career statsEdit

Winter OlympicsEdit

Year GP Mins W L T GAA
2010 Vancouver Olympics 500000.00


Year Event GP Mins W L T GAA Sv %
2011IIHF 12 Nations Tournament 16000011.00.849


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