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    Hk Beograd - MOL league



    http://en.icehockey.hu/hirek/hir/hih...the_mol_league

    HIHF supports Belgrad joining the MOL League
    2016-07-05 21:02 - icehockey.hu

    The Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation has come to the decision to support the addition of HK Beograd to the MOL League.

    The league members have voted to add HK Beograd to the league for the 2016-2017 season, in the final vote two clubs voted against, one did not submit a vote with the rest of the teams voting for the addition. It was proposed that the Serbian club to also have a similar requirement as what Galati had, to join the league, to cover any additional travel costs for the upcoming season.

    The official final decision by the HIHF is the following: HK Partizan Beograd is a member of the MOL League for the 2016-2017 season.

    With reguards to the federation covering travel expenses will wait until the final schedule and financial framework is set to make their final decision.
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    Partizan? Or is this (as I thought) an entirely new club?

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    http://sport.blic.rs/ostali-sportovi...l-ligu/2p1m18t

    Hockey Club Belgrade will be a completely new club in the Serbian hockey scene, with all the elements of a legal entity, complete organizational structure and composition...

    Marc, the answer for you (please put in translator):
    Hokejaški klub Beograd biće potpuno novi klub na srpskoj hokejaškoj sceni, sa svim elementima pravnog subjekta, potpunom organizacionom strukturom i igračkim sastavom za koji će konkurisati svi kandidati za seniorsku reprezentaciju i selekciju do 20 godina. Kao što je već rečeno, vodiće ga kvalitetan inostrani stručnjak i činiti ga pretežno najbolji hokejaši dva najpopularnija domaća kluba, ali i iz redova ostalih srpskih ekipa, zatim domaći igrači koji nastupaju u inostranstvu, kao i strani hokejaši koji su već igrali (ili još uvek igraju) u Prvenstvu Srbije, te potencijalna pojačanja iz inostranih klubova, koja bi u budućnosti mogla da zaigraju za reprezentaciju Srbije.
    Interesting:
    Za uspeh ideje i dalju realizaciju saradnje, pored čelnika MJSZ, veoma su zaslužni Marko Kovačević, dugogodišnji saigrač predsednika saveza i reprezentativni kapiten. Takođe velike zasluge pristupanju pripadaju potpredsednici SHLS-a Svetlani Glumac i predsedniku Marku Milovanoviću koji je vrlo ambiciozno preduzeo korake da se Hokejaški klub Beograd, samim tim reprezentacija Srbije prikluči prestižnoj MOL ligi.
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    Excellent resume:
    http://www.rts.rs/page/sport/sr/stor...-mol-lige.html

    Thanks to the writer of this article

    Zato se čini da je put kojim su krenuli naši hokejaški radnici mudro odabran i daleko primereniji našim uslovima kao i da je mnogo više na liniji sportskih nego komercijalnih motiva. MOL liga je svakako najatraktivnije takmičenje od svih regionalnih liga koje su naši klubovi imali prilike da igraju i predstavljaće kvalitativnu stepenicu više za naše igrače. Tome u prilog govori i činjenica da će takmičarska sezona trajati od septembra pa sve do kraja aprila. S druge strane, učešće u ligi neće zahtevati nedostižne budžete i ostaviće dovoljno prostora domaćim igračima da se razvijaju i napreduju, što je i glavni cilj ovog projekta. Uz to, domaći ljubitelji hokeja, koji su proteklih par godina mogli da uživaju tek u nekoliko utakmica domaćeg prvenstva sada će imati priliku da tokom cele sezone gledaju kvalitetne i takmičarski neizvesne utakmice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Partizan? Or is this (as I thought) an entirely new club?
    New club !

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    Interview with Mr. Per-Jakovljevic:
    http://www.czbgtv.com/2016/07/07/jak...keja-u-srbiji/

    To be honest, I expect much more players from Zvezda, cause they have a lot of young players.. from Partizan only Brkusanin, and Filipovic. But we will see who of the players will be on the try-out practices.
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    Two Serbian Nt goalies (Aresenije Rankovic, and Jovan Feher) are going to hockey camp in Czech republic, July 10. - July 16.:

    http://www.hockeyserbia.com/index.ph...ska-pisek-2016
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    There are a lot of problems with domestic players who wants or dont want to play for HK Beograd. A lot of them simple doesnt interested in playing for HK Beograd for many reasons(shool, job, money,family..). Insted of happines that finally we have a good project, now it is almost impossible to find players who can play for HK Beograd. It is not so simple to realize this project. I hope all the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fikret View Post
    There are a lot of problems with domestic players who wants or dont want to play for HK Beograd. A lot of them simple doesnt interested in playing for HK Beograd for many reasons(shool, job, money,family..). Insted of happines that finally we have a good project, now it is almost impossible to find players who can play for HK Beograd. It is not so simple to realize this project. I hope all the best.
    I understood the words of Aleksandar Jakovljevic quite the opposite - he told that they already have 18 players signed, and only one refused to play in HK Beograd, but he had good reasons for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerusz View Post
    I understood the words of Aleksandar Jakovljevic quite the opposite - he told that they already have 18 players signed, and only one refused to play in HK Beograd, but he had good reasons for that. (Thank God he is not in the team)
    Absolutely Kerusz.
    We had a same story when Partizan started in Slohokej league.
    Playing professional hockey is not an obligation, it is choice by the players (of course if they have quality).

    Players could make a choice and play domestic league for fun ~ 5 months, for beer, ~ 10 games during season and with 1-2 trainings per week,

    OR, some of them could be professionals, who wants improving, who wants to be competitive, who wants to fight for the spot in the team, who are ready for any kind of challenge (and still there are no guarantees to play 40-50 games, or to wait in 4th line, or to be only the backup).

    Money is up to the each player. Who is not satisfied (but has quality) always can play domastic league or maybe Slovenian league.

    Most of the players from the preliminary list are good for home amateur league. Only some of them have quality to play MOL league, but the rest, they have a task to prove themselves.
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    ...and BASSA will surely miss Komazec...

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    This is one of the reasons that probably stopped Medveščak from applying to play in MOL. It is not easy for a 28 old amateur player to give up his job, say as a gym teacher in school, for risky career of a professional player, especially in the surrounding that is notorious for owning money to the players. On one side you have a secure job, salary and benefits, on the other you have a promise. And in few years, you have to apply for your old job.

    Naturally, younger players, fresh from the high school and still living on their parents' expense are more confortable with taking risks, but the problem is that you can't field an EBYSL team with five imports into a professional league like MOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drax View Post
    This is one of the reasons that probably stopped Medveščak from applying to play in MOL. It is not easy for a 28 old amateur player to give up his job, say as a gym teacher in school, for risky career of a professional player, especially in the surrounding that is notorious for owning money to the players. On one side you have a secure job, salary and benefits, on the other you have a promise. And in few years, you have to apply for your old job.

    Naturally, younger players, fresh from the high school and still living on their parents' expense are more confortable with taking risks, but the problem is that you can't field an EBYSL team with five imports into a professional league like MOL.
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    It is more complicated when you have small base of players who can eventually play MOL leauge, and half of them are not interested becouse of following reasons(small money, job, school). It is easier when you have large base of players, but when you have maybe 15 players who maybe can play MOL league, and then half of them is not interested. What can we do then?
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    For Slohokej time it was much easier, becouse we have larger base of players, but now, we are practically without players.
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    Please Fikret, there is no "maybe", and of course we don't have 15 players who are able to be competitive vs MOL teams. In the best case I can find max. 6-7 players (without Popravko and foreigners) from the preliminary list - that's it. I hope that Stefan Ilic will come from Italy.

    Same thing with Slohokej days, most of the home players were unprepared for the Slohokej teams, and that's the reason why we had hire foreigners in best two lines + goalie.

    Fikret, please, in Slohokej time we had larger base?
    Please share with us those names and make my day be fun (Don't forget in those days we had Surek + Jacob, Walling, McKinven, Fournier, Foltin + Kovacevic as the key players, on the begining.)

    Mol league, same as Slohokej league in the past, needs 2 strong and experienced lines. I'm not sure that we have today, or that we had in Slohokej time, 10 players who are able to be on the same level with MOL teams (just take a look in first two lines, MAC, Miskolc, Fehervar II, Debrecen, etc..).

    So, what we can do is to fill best 2 lines with imports, and to mix them with few good domestic players,.. rest of theplayers are 3. and 4. liners. That's why we need talented players, and young players between 18-22 years. Same as in Slohokej, our best domestic players became more experianced and competitive in those 3 seasons (with help of Kovacevic and foreigners, and by help of excellent Slohokej teams 2009/10, 2010/11 and 2011/12).

    Drax, agree with you.. but Fikret makes me worried ;)

    And again:
    OR, some of them could be professionals, who wants improving, who wants to be competitive, who wants to fight for the spot in the team, who are ready for any kind of challenge (and still there are no guarantees to play 40-50 games, or to wait in 4th line, or to be only the backup).

    Money is up to the each player. Who is not satisfied (but has quality) always can play domastic league or maybe Slovenian league.
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    C'mon people, lets hear some positive thoughts

    We cant be worse than 11th place...guaranteed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik Pasic View Post
    C'mon people, lets hear some positive thoughts

    We cant be worse than 11th place...guaranteed
    No worries Nick, I just explained that we need only few home quality players (they deserving good contracts) and 5 good imports.. but rest of the team, and our future, has to be made by young players as it was in Slohokej.
    My choice:
    Rankovic, Feher, Sabados, Brkusanin, Vucurevic, Crnogorac (Popravko, S.Ilic).
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    U.Novakovic, P.Novakovic, Kerezovic, Djumic, I.Glavonjic, Bjelogrlic, Radosavljevic, Zwick, Vukicevic, S.Pajic, Podunavac

    I am supporting the idea and project, and I believe in what Chipsy and Per Jakovljevic are working right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BASSA View Post
    No worries Nick, I just explained that we need only few home quality players (they deserving good contracts) and 5 good imports.. but rest of the team, and our future, has to be made by young players as it was in Slohokej.
    My choice:
    Rankovic, Feher, Sabados, Brkusanin, Vucurevic, Crnogorac (Popravko, S.Ilic).
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    U.Novakovic, P.Novakovic, Kerezovic, Djumic, I.Glavonjic, Bjelogrlic, Radosavljevic, Zwick, Vukicevic, S.Pajic, Podunavac
    .
    I am supporting the idea and project, and I believe in what Chipsy and Per Jakovljevic are working right now.
    This is all the best that we have, but it is not enough for MOL league. And I believe that some players will not play from this list. It is a big posibilites that we will be the worst team in MOL league in first season. But eventually, in second season some problems will be solved.
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    Since I know the people who are working on 'Belgrade' project, (Slovenian league as well), I am an huge optimist. Not just for the coming season...
    I will cheer for Belgrade, and Zvezda in all categories (and I realy don't care about Serbian recreational league). I wish them all - the best!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BASSA View Post
    Since I know the people who are working on 'Belgrade' project, (Slovenian league as well), I am an huge optimist. Not just for the coming season...
    I will cheer for Belgrade, and Zvezda in all categories (and I realy don't care about Serbian recreational league). I wish them all - the best!
    Yes, the people who are in this project are very serious and they have very big plans. Finally we have right people on head positions in ice hockey. But, the mainly problem is that Serbia doesnt have enough players for serious comptetitions, for well know reasons from past years. Now, it is very hard to rebuild Serbian ice hockey. The task is gigantic even if the money is on the table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fikret View Post
    Yes, the people who are in this project are very serious and they have very big plans. Finally we have right people on head positions in ice hockey. But, the mainly problem is that Serbia doesnt have enough players for serious comptetitions, for well know reasons from past years. Now, it is very hard to rebuild Serbian ice hockey. The task is gigantic even if the money is on the table.

    This is why you have Zvezda's U12, U14, U16, U18 teams in Slovenia, senior team there as well (that will serve as some kind of farm team for Beograd). Player pool will be bigger, you just need to be patient. We may have KHL in Zagreb, but you have professional team that will have domestic players on roster, few more or less doesn't matter right now, but in long term (if Beograd countines to play in MOL), I fully expect Serbia to overtake Croatia in D1B.

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    Thanks Snapshot. Good point!

    Last time we had players was Yugoslavia's period till 1991.. then some good juniors came on the hockey scene .. Not only Serbs, from all of Republics.. but that was the league with huge "L".

    Today we have situation that players regarding professional hockey like the way for easy money.. i will play pro, and i deserve good contract.. compering with the guys from ex Yugoslavian leagues today's players are puppies..

    We need time, same as Hungarian hockey was improved during last 10 years.. today they have not just arenas but also lot of new fresh players.. and only few of them playing MOL league..

    If i were coach only tryout will be the way for entering the team, and contracts.. but still, how many of them have qualities for someone who is coming from Soviet country where juniors have over 50 games per season..
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    We will crush teeths on nuts this year, it would be very painful. But next year, without theets, it will not be so painful
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    HK BEOGRAD Season in Pionir starts on September 9th

    http://www.hockeyserbia.com/index.ph...red-hk-beograd

    Here is complete timetable of matches:

    Date Day Host Guest
    9.9.2016. Petak Beograd Čiksereda
    10.9.2016. Subota Beograd Korona Brašov
    16.9.2016. Petak Ferencvaroš Beograd
    17.9.2016. Subota Ujpešt Beograd
    23.9.2016. Petak Beograd Debrecin
    25.9.2016. Nedelja Beograd Sekešfehervar
    7.10.2016. Petak Beograd Dunarea Galaci
    8.10.2016. Subota Beograd Čiksereda
    14.10.2016. Petak Beograd Ferencvaroš
    16.10.2016. Nedelja Beograd Jegešmedvek
    21.10.2016. Petak Sekešfehervar Beograd
    22.10.2016. Subota Dunajvaroš Beograd
    28.10.2016. Petak Beograd MAC Budimpešta
    30.10.2016. Nedelja Beograd Ujpešt
    11.11.2016. Petak Čiksereda Beograd
    12.11.2016. Subota Dunarea Galaci Beograd
    14.11.2016. Ponedeljak Korona Brašov Beograd
    18.11.2016. Petak Beograd Dunajvaroš
    20.11.2016. Nedelja Beograd Jegešmedvek
    25.11.2016. Petak Beograd Korona Brašov
    26.11.2016. Subota Beograd Dunarea Galaci
    2.12.2016. Petak Ujpešt Beograd
    3.12.2016. Subota Ferencvaroš Beograd
    9.12.2016. Petak Beograd MAC Budimpešta
    11.12.2016. Nedelja Beograd Debrecin
    17.12.2016. Subota Sekešfehervar Beograd
    18.12.2016. Nedelja Jegešmedvek Beograd
    26.12.2016. Ponedeljak MAC Budimpešta Beograd
    27.12.2016. Utorak Debrecin Beograd
    6.1.2017. Petak Beograd Ferencvaroš
    8.1.2017. Nedelja Beograd Ujpešt
    13.1.2017. Petak Jegešmedvek Beograd
    14.1.2017. Subota Debrecin Beograd
    22.1.2017. Nedelja Beograd Dunajvaroš
    23.1.2017. Ponedeljak Beograd Sekešfehervar
    27.1.2017. Petak Čiksereda Beograd
    28.1.2017. Subota Dunarea Galaci Beograd
    30.1.2017. Ponedeljak Korona Brašov Beograd
    3.2.2017. Petak MAC Budimpešta Beograd
    4.2.2017. Subota Dunajvaroš Beograd

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    40 games. Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloklo View Post
    40 games. Beautiful!
    Some guys did not play that much for last 4 years :)

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    it is nice, but when it is obvious that we will have hard and painful season, it is too much. Mama mia, kuku lele
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    Quote Originally Posted by fikret View Post
    it is nice, but when it is obvious that we will have hard and painful season, it is too much. Mama mia, kuku lele
    Remembering June 10.:
    "Knowing the situation in the Serbian hockey, i dont believe in this. Who will finance this team? There is no money for socks, not to mention several hundred thousand euros for this team.".
    my socks!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik Pasic View Post

    Date Day Host Guest
    9.9.2016. Petak Beograd Čiksereda
    10.9.2016. Subota Beograd Korona Brašov
    SC Csikszereda, the first team who is coming to Belgrade is already on the ice. Second one, Corona Brasov as well on the ice, signed excellent imports, and the whole roster looks good.

    http://www.szekelyhon.ro/sport/jegko...lubnal#comment (Csikszereda)
    http://www.wolves.ro/lupii-au-intrat-pe-gheata/ (Brasov)

    Btw, we are still without any information :( , except one: around August 20. - ice in "Pionir" ;)
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    in Belgrade, ice not before 1 september. Where are players, who is coach, preparations not yet....not so good
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    Stefan Boskovic moved to Ferencvaros. Really strange that HK Beograd didint want that player in roster.
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    I am currently at home (SRB) and I got some information.
    Serbian Federation took this project very seriously, and Beograd will be very strong, much stronger than the Serbian National Team. Roster is almost done, waiting for some (4 or 5) Canadians, and one surprise.. Of course, Serbian home players will be very, very involved in this roster..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BASSA View Post
    I am currently at home (SRB) and I got some information.
    Serbian Federation took this project very seriously, and Beograd will be very strong, much stronger than the Serbian National Team. Roster is almost done, waiting for some (4 or 5) Canadians, and one surprise.. Of course, Serbian home players will be very, very involved in this roster..
    Good for serbian hockey. Having team like that in profesional league. Croatian fans can only dream about it. :(

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    BASSA - will some serbian channel broadcast Beograd's games ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    BASSA - will some serbian channel broadcast Beograd's games ?
    Without beeing too sure but sportuzivo.tv broadcasted past domestic seasons. I would like to think that they propably will do this year to. The broadcast however is a bit shaky - but better than nothing. They also broadcasted the domestic finals even though Arenasport broadcasted it too. Sportuzivo broadcasts without commentators and good graphics but it´s still ok.

    And maybe Arenasport will show some interest since they broadcasted the Serbian finals last Winter?

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    In this moment I have no idea but... I can guess that Arena Sport could be the option for live - broadcast (Mr Djakovic is also IN, and we know his connections/relations with Arena Sport).
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    Quote Originally Posted by BASSA View Post
    I am currently at home (SRB) and I got some information.
    Serbian Federation took this project very seriously, and Beograd will be very strong, much stronger than the Serbian National Team. Roster is almost done, waiting for some (4 or 5) Canadians, and one surprise.. Of course, Serbian home players will be very, very involved in this roster..
    Welcome home Bassa, those are really good news!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik Pasic View Post
    Welcome home Bassa, those are really good news!
    Thx :)

    Some info from Jegkorongblog.hu:
    http://www.jegkorongblog.hu/2016/08/...k/#post-178960

    Coach is coming from Swe, and we signed 4 imports.. Aleksej Trifonov, Samir Saliji, Hugo Turcotte, David Sefic. First practices on the ice in Dunaujvaros, August 23...
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    Saliji's father played for Zvezda and Yugoslavia, right ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Saliji's father played for Zvezda and Yugoslavia, right ?
    Saliji Sr. also coached Partizan some seasons ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BASSA View Post
    Thx :)

    Some info from Jegkorongblog.hu:
    http://www.jegkorongblog.hu/2016/08/...k/#post-178960

    Coach is coming from Swe, and we signed 4 imports.. Aleksej Trifonov, Samir Saliji, Hugo Turcotte, David Sefic. First practices on the ice in Dunaujvaros, August 23...
    This is bullshit and nothing...

    Ok, Saliji and maybe goalie, but the rest is not MOL level. HK Beograd will be the worst team in MOL legue. With bad domestic players and bad foreigners....what to expect. This is horor
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    Quote Originally Posted by fikret View Post
    This is bullshit and nothing...

    Ok, Saliji and maybe goalie, but the rest is not MOL level. HK Beograd will be the worst team in MOL legue. With bad domestic players and bad foreigners....what to expect. This is horor
    I think it would be wise to give them at least one shift on a MOL Liga match before you say this is bullshit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerusz View Post
    I think it would be wise to give them at least one shift on a MOL Liga match before you say this is bullshit.
    Ok, but i am really disappointed. Expected much bigger caliber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fikret View Post
    Ok, but i am really disappointed. Expected much bigger caliber.
    Patience Fikret, nobody's spot is not secured yet.. Beograd is gonna play 2 friendly games in Dunaujvaros, 1st and 2nd September, and then we will see the coach decisions.. my opinion these are try-out contracts..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BASSA View Post
    Patience Fikret, nobody's spot is not secured yet.. Beograd is gonna play 2 friendly games in Dunaujvaros, 1st and 2nd September, and then we will see the coach decisions.. my opinion these are try-out contracts..
    It is my only hope. But try out with just few days on ice is also funny.
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    Some rumours are saying that one or more North-americans are coming with Crnogorac. But as I said: rumours-

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    I am new to this forum and I would like to say hi to all Serbian hockey fans. Im glad to see that there are some interest for this great sport in Serbia. I do follow hockey for a long time but was never active as, to be honest, there was nothing to be active about. Now with MOL liga things are changing...

    I read your comments on few foreign players that surfaced and am confused by some of your comments.
    This is how I see the current foreing players:
    - Sefic - passport potential (domestic player in few months)
    - Trifonov - passport potential (national team player in maybe next few years)
    - Saliji - passport potential (his father has a Serbian passport I believe)
    - Hugo Turcotte - complete unknown, but as I see his brother is Yan who played at Mcgill. I wouldn't be surprised if he was recommended by Dan Jacob...

    I hope that this is the plan by the team management. In which case things are opening for other foreign players in next few months, for the second part of the season... I dont want to see first place by HK Beograd in MOL by any means neccessarry, I want to see Serbian hockey going forward, and playing domestic players in MOL league will be very important....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fikret View Post
    Ok, but i am really disappointed. Expected much bigger caliber.
    Turcotte in Germany 3 has PPG ratio little lesser than Guidarelli (Medvescak's forward from two first seasons in EBEL - good stats in Med).

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    one russian, one slovenian, one canadian, one slovakian....i dont see any concept. Goalie is here just becouse he is playing for socks and pizza.

    i hope that this is not all, becouse we might have a trouble season.
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