FC Barcelona Ice Hockey

FC Barcelona Ice Hockey is an ice hockey club in Barcelona, Catalonia, that is part of FC Barcelona club. They currently play in the Spanish League and their home arena is the Palau de Gel.

FC Barcelona Ice Hockey
CityBarcelona, Catalonia
LeagueSpanish League
Founded1972 (1972)
Home arenaPalau de Gel
General managerJosep Cubells
Head coachEugeny Zemeriak
Affiliate(s)FC Barcelona

RosterEdit

 
A Barcelona player carries the puck with two opposing players in chase.
Goaltenders
# Player Pos. Catches Height Weight D.O.B.
1   Eamon Hanley G L 170 cm 70 kg May 7, 1993
27   Aaron Carretero G L 168 cm 78 kg Jul. 12, 1988
31   Jhoan Varela G L Jan. 22, 1996
Defensemen
# Player Pos. Shoots Height Weight D.O.B.
3    John Scott D L Jan. 1, 1994
5   Will Durban D R Apr. 17, 1990
16    Toni Vaaja D L Aug. 30, 1990
26   Miguel Arnau D R 170 cm 75 kg May 26, 1989
28   Mateu Tormo D R Feb. 6, 1985
33   Joakim Engström D R 191 cm 92 kg Nov. 15, 1989
43   Hector Alastruey D L 180 cm 75 kg May 24, 1993
48   Lauri Knuuttila D L 183 cm 82 kg Jul. 24, 1994
49   Samuel Lemmetyinen D L 165 cm 55 kg Nov. 14, 1994
87   Marc Sanchez D L 171 cm 78 kg Oct. 1, 1989
Forwards
# Player Pos. Shoots Height Weight D.O.B.
1 Brandon Schmidt C R 175 cm 68 kg Apr. 2, 2000
8   Pol Olivella F L May 30, 1994
9    Danylo Didkovsky C L Sep. 3, 1976
10   Alexander Makarov F May 6, 1995
11   Einar Meyerson F L 172 cm 64 kg Feb. 19, 1992
13   Alejandro Urgelles LW R 185 cm 85 kg Sep. 4, 1993
14   Hampus Hansson F R 182 cm 78 kg Nov. 5, 1986
15   Marc Ribas C R 170 cm 72 kg Feb. 26, 1988
18   Eloi Sin F Jun. 29, 1996
24   Pablo Muñoz RW L 180 cm 80 kg Apr. 26, 1987
25   Alex Domínguez F L Jan. 28, 1988
34   Mitchel Smith F Dec. 20, 1988
81   Miquel Cabalin F Mar. 13, 1995
88    Robin Jakobsson C L 181 cm 70 kg Sep. 4, 1992
90   Lucas Poch F R Jan. 11, 1996
91   Victor Paredes C L 182 cm 80 kg Nov. 10, 1994

HistoryEdit

 
Palau de Gel

The team was founded in 1972, after the construction of the Pista de Gel. The first title was the Cup in 1976. In the mid-eighties decade, the senior team was disbanded leaving only the junior team. In 1990 the club came back to top competition, and after that won League and Cup competitions in the 1996-97 season.[1]

TitlesEdit

  • 5 Spanish League Championships: 1986-87, 1987–88, 1996–97, 2001–02, 2008–09
  • 6 Spanish King's Cup: 1975-76, 1976–77, 1981–82, 1996–97, 2014–15, 2018-19

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