Ice Devils Sofia

Ice Devils Sofia (Bulg. Хокеен Клуб "Ледени Дяволи" or Ledenite Dyavoli Sofia) is a Bulgarian ice hockey club, from Sofia. They played one season (2007–08) in the Bulgarian Hockey League. The club is playing in the second-highest ice hockey league of Bulgaria, the Balkan Amateur Hockey League (BaHL).

Ledenite Dyavoli Sofia
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CitySofia, Bulgaria
Founded2007
Home arenaWinter Sports Palace
ColoursYellow, blue

HistoryEdit

The club was founded in 2007 and joined Group B of the Bulgarian Hockey League for the 2007-08 season. They finished with a record of four wins, one overtime win, and one loss, which was good enough for first place in their group.[1] Ledenite participated in the Balkan League for the 2008-09 season, finishing in second place behind HC Etro 92 Veliko Tarnovo.[2] In the 2009-10 season, they finished in second place in the regular season and lost in the playoff finals to Thessaloniki.[3] The club finished first in the regular season in 2010-11, but were knocked out in the playoffs semifinals.[4] During the 2011-12 season, Ledenite finished in fourth place in the regular season and lost in the third place game to Red Star Sofia.[5] They finished in second place in Group A of the Balkan League in 2012-13.[6]

ResultsEdit

The "Ice Devils" were able to win their first BaHL Championship in the season 2013-14.

Season Result
2007/08 2nd BaHL

1st B group National Chamnpionship

2008/09 2nd BaHL
2009/10 2nd BaHL
2010/11 3rd BaHL
2011/12 4th BaHL (Group A)
4th BaHL (Group B)
2012/13 2nd BaHL (Group A)
2nd BaHL (Group B)
2013/14 1st BaHL (Group A)
1st BaHL (Group B)

TeamEdit

Squad

Name Nationality
Angelov, Plamen  
Avakyan, Aleksandar  
Dilov, Luben  
Dimitrov, Aleksandar  
Dimitrov, Borislav  
Eftimov, Gerasim  
Ganchev, Galin  
Gyazov, Kiril  
Hunzinger, Klaus  
Iliev, Slav  
Ivanov, Georgi  
Klima, Martin  
Kolarov, Sabin  
Konov, Dimitar  
Kresteva, Vesela  
Lisichkova, Tina  
Marinov, Dimitar  
Milanov, Aleksandar  
Nenov, Yuri  
Nikolov, Nikolai  
Pantaleev, Aleksandar  
Penev, Penio  
Peneva, Alisa  
Raschkov, Ivan  
Šprongl, Martin  
Stanchev, Josif  
Stoimenov, Svilen  
Stoimenova, Mariyana  
Stoyanov, Nikolai  
Stoyanov, Stoyan  
Stoyanov, Vladimir  
Valentovic, Peter  
Virág, Csaba  
Vladimirov, Vladimir  
Vlk, Jiri  

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 2007-08 season on hockeyarchives.info
  2. ^ 2008-09 season on hockeyarchives.info
  3. ^ 2009-10 season on hockeyarchives.info
  4. ^ 2010-11 season on hockeyarchives.info
  5. ^ 2011-12 season on hockeyarchives.info
  6. ^ 2012-13 season on hockeyarchives.info