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    Ice Hockey in Moldova!!!

    Suprise, but there is ice hockey in Moldova also!!!

    But it's still all about different juniors and amateur team. Right now in Ukraine goes on "Tardepoint Cup" - some kind of tournament that changes frist league competitions this season (http://forums.internationalhockey.ne...315#post84315).

    The team called HC Moldavia and in the fisrt round they won ukrainian team HC Zaporozhie 8:5!!
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    Oh happy day! Ukrainian junior teams might want to make note of that result... To me it is encouraging that Moldova and Georgia already have junior teams and not just an amateur men's league.
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    So Modlavia showed very good result by taking third place at Treidpoint Cup annual tournament.

    Interesting that their defender K.Maltsev was awarded as the Best Defender!

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    Great news!!

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    I've found this small news in Czech

    Do velké rodiny světového hokeje se chce začlenit Moldávie. V této bývalé republice Sovětského svazu byl založen hokejový svaz, příští rok by měla být vybudována nová hala v Tiraspolu. Na územní Moldávie leží dosud jen jeden zimní stadion. Stojí v hlavním městě Kišiněvě a do jeho hlediště se vejde pouhých sto diváků.
    For what understand (very little...) a new icerink is opened (or will be opened) in Tiraspol, Moldova's capital.
    If someone read Czech or has further informations....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davide View Post
    I've found this small news in Czech



    For what understand (very little...) a new icerink is opened (or will be opened) in Tiraspol, Moldova's capital.
    If someone read Czech or has further informations....
    I found same news in russian and translate it in english


    In Moldova the National federation on ice hockey is created.

    The president of the organization was elected by the president Michael Garev. It is necessary to note, that in Moldova there is while only one covered skating rink - in Kishinev. It has been opened in 2006. The size of an ice field 25х40 meters. Around of a skating rink the tribune calculated on 100 places is located. The ice arena in Tiraspol will be shortly constructed

    Great news!!!! Now Hope Moldova will submit shortly affiliation at IIHF.

    Anyway, welcome!!!

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    Agreed Davide, this is good news indeed!
    Didn't a Moldovan club participate in a low division of Ukrainian ice hockey these past years? Or Romanian?
    It would be great to see them join the IIHF and work to seriously build up the sport there, and eventually maybe participate in world championships.

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    About ice hockey in Moldova

    Tells Mikhail GAREV – the president of National hockey club "Akvila" (Chişinău), the children hockey teams coach:
    http://forums.internationalhockey.ne...9&postcount=11

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    About the ice rink in Chisinau:
    http://www.wm-ukraine.com.ua/ru/Icer...5g171/253.html

    About a Moldovan Junior team playing a tournament in Latvia:
    http://www.kp.md/freshissue/sport/260849/

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    IIHF congress approved entrance of Moldova as 66th member of hockey family!!!!!
    Moldova was accepted as associated member!
    WELCOME!!!!!!!!!!

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    I just came back from a holiday in Moldova and stumbled across the ice rink in Tiraspol by mistake. I was looking for somewhere to change my Rubles back and followed a sign into an ice rink.

    The rink does indeed look very new and has seating for around 1,000 I'd guess. I didn't get that much of a chance to look around so didn't notice if there was a scoreboard or such but there were adverts on the boards and a couple of women figure skating. There was also the signposted currency exchange booth which is surely a first for an ice rink.

    I know that we're meant to stay away from politics on this board, and with good reason, but one can hardly talk about Transnistria/Pridnestrovie without mentioning politics so I hope the moderators will understand.

    For those who don't know, Transnistria sees itself as separate from the rest of Moldova. To enter you have to pass through a customs point and fill in an immigration card. They have their own currency, stamps, flag, anthem etc. It's run by a chap called Igor Smirnov who holds considerable power.

    In Tiraspol there is one of the best football complexes in Europe, it has all weather and indoor pitches, a five star hotel and a 16,000 seat stadium. Members of the Scottish Football Association gave it a glowing review when Scotland played there shortly after its opening. This project obviously cost Transnistria a huge amount of its GDP which shows that Smirnov is quite happy to sink a lot of money into sport. If he decides that he wants to see decent hockey in Tiraspol then he's in a position to make it happen. The ice rink would not have been built if he had no interest.

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    Primul club de hochei pe gheaţă, din R. Moldova, Dinamo Chişinău, a fost inaugurat, joi, la patinoarul Ice Bravo, transmite Agenţia Moldpres, citată de Agerpres.


    La festivitate au fost prezentate doua echipe de juniori, pregătite de antrenorul rus Aleksandr Uliankin. ''Sper mult ca peste câţiva ani, cineva dintre membrii clubului să joace în campionatele Rusiei şi chiar din SUA şi Canada. Sprijinul acordat de părinţii copiilor care au decis să practice hocheiul este enorm'', a declarat tehnicianul.

    Antrenorul activează la Chişinău, din octombrie 2008, cu sprijinul financiar al federaţiei de specialitate din Rusia.

    În prezent, clubul numără 35 sportivi. În cadrul lui activează şi o fată, Ana Fedisin. Ea evoluează pe postul de portar

    Tiraspol icerink information?

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    First Ice Hockey club from the Republic of Moldova, Dinamo Chisinau, was inaugurated, Thursday at the skating rink Ice Bravo, says the Agency Moldpress, quoted by Agerpres.

    At the festivity, there were presented two junior teams, prepared by the Russian coach Aleksandr Uliankin. "I hope that in a fiew years, some member of the club will play in the Russian championship, even in USA or Canada. The support we got from the children's parents that decided to play hockey was enormous", said the technician.

    The coach is active at Chisinau, since October 2008, with the financial support of the Russian Hockey Federation.

    Now, the club counts 35 players. With the club there is also a girl, Ana Fedisin. She plays the goaltender position.

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    information

    Information about the icerink in Tiraspol? Icehockeyclub Dniester?Websites? Articles?
    And ofcourse clublogos?

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    hochei rumania-moldovia

    MĂNĂILĂ: "PENTRU PRIMA DATĂ SUNT MULŢUMIT DE CUM AU JUCAT" - CSH ICE Magic - Dinamo Chişinău: 4-4
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    După Cupa "ICE MAGIC", desfăşurată la sfârşitul lunii februarie, antrenorul echipei de hochei pe gheaţă CSH Ice Magic, Cristi Mănăilă, afirma:" Se putea şi mai mult la acest turneu, dar se cunoaşte lipsa de experienţă, lipsa jocurilor".

    Au trecut patru săptămâni de atunci, perioadă în care buzoienii au susţinut mai multe partide de verificare, şi acest lucru se vede deja în jocul echipei.

    Elevii săi au devenit de la meci la meci mai încrezători în forţele proprii, cunoştinţele acumulate dându-le speranţe pentru jocurile oficiale.

    Progresul echipei s-a văzut şi în ultimul meci amical susţinut de buzoieni la Galaţi în compania echipei Dinamo Chişinău. |ntâlnirea s-a încheiat la egalitate, scor 4-4, golurile formaţiei noastre fiind înscrise de Radu Clonţ-2, Călin Nedelcu-1 şi Alexandru Masgraz-1.

    "Un meci foarte bun, combinativ, în care elevii mei şi-au creat multe ocazii de gol, însă au şi ratat la fel de mult. Pentru prima dată de la înfiinţarea acestei echipe, sunt mulţumit de cum au jucat. Un progres vizibil, datorat în primul rând meciurilor de verificare.", a declarat Cristi Mănăilă, antrenor Buzău.

    CSH Ice Magic: Daniel Uruc, Grigore Mareş, Radu Clonţ, Radu Mihalache, Claudiu Muşat, Alexandru Masgraz, Ionuţ Masgraz, Călin Nedelcu, Tudor Enache, Rareş Irimia, Robert Ionaşcu, Cătălin Vasilache, Bogdan Badea, Cezar Radu, Andrei Mihalcea, Rareş Minescu, Bogdan Saulea, Adrian Filipache, Victor Nae, Radu Jianu, Silviu Munteanu.

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    what is latest news of Moldovan hockey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samara15 View Post
    what is latest news of Moldovan hockey?
    Looks good ;

    http://www.jurnal.md/en/news/moldova...nament-185130/

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    more: last season Dinamo Chisinau U12 team won silver at Romanian championship, lost final with SC Miercurea Ciuc..

    http://www.allmoldova.com/en/moldova...249046523.html

    Despite training difficulties kids seems promising...

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    How is situation with ice rinks in Moldova?
    Do they have closed ice rink for few months a year or they play all games in Romania?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pršljen View Post
    How is situation with ice rinks in Moldova?
    Do they have closed ice rink for few months a year or they play all games in Romania?
    The only icerink is in Tiraspol, Russian part of Moldova. Dinamo Chisinau is currently playing Romanian U14 championship, but apparently all games are playing in Suceava and Bucarest, ROM.
    By the way Dinamo won first stage and is currently leader of Group A

    statistics here: http://pointstreak.com/prostats/stan...&seasonid=6444

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    One kid has 22 goals in 8 games playing for Chisinau?!
    ....damn.

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    Finally I've found national federation website, looking good!
    http://www.nihf.md

    There is a lot of activity at junior level, this is promising...but it's strange because isn't mentioned Dinamo Chisinau club, apparently the stronger club..

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    Some more infos:

    besides Dinamo Chisinau exists also another club, Platina Chisinau, competing (and leading) in Romanian U16 and U18 leagues
    http://www.pointstreak.com/prostats/...&seasonid=6446
    Platina played 5 friendly matches in Belarus and Ukraine in november, winning 4, against strong opponents as Neman Grodno, Neman Grodno-2 and Sokil Kyiv, loosing with Belarus national team
    http://wap.protv.md/index.php?article_id=57229

    In the country there are 2 hockey rink

    Ice Bravo in Chisinau: http://www.icebravo.md/

    and Snejinka (snowflakes) in Tiraspol: http://snejinka-tiras.ru

    Tiraspol arena is the only with regular rink and was built in 2008 by Russian businessman Gennadi Nemirovski
    http://tv7.md/?page=Sport%20news&id=...ang=ro&list=30 (article in romanian)

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    Only two clubs listed, so there's more than one missing.
    Interestingly about the previous articles, the rink in Chisinau is not suitable for competition, yet it seems to be a fullsize rink. Is it just that there's no room for spectators, or that the shape of the roof is not suitable for a big competition?
    In any case, the federation site needs much work, lots missing there.

    Great to see the program develop, I'd love to find stats/info/something/anything about national competition within Moldova, and whether a senior level league will open at some point in the future.

    They obviously care about growing the sport, and work hard to that end, I just wish more information was available for us to know how things are progressing.
    Looking forward to (hopefully) seeing them compete internationally at some point.

    Edit: just noticed the additional post Davide, thanks for posting that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Interestingly about the previous articles, the rink in Chisinau is not suitable for competition, yet it seems to be a fullsize rink. Is it just that there's no room for spectators, or that the shape of the roof is not suitable for a big competition?
    From a photo I've seen from a rink, presumably Chisinau's, there is no glass on the boards and I can't seem to recall if there was at least netting as a replacement. It could be that there is no room for spectators or that the roof is too low.

    If that rink is IceBravo, then there might not even be benches or dressing rooms for hockey teams. They definately look like a facility for public skating based on the front page of their site, yet they have red and blue lines on the neutral zone boards and hockey appears on their schedule.
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    From a picture of IceBravo on www.hockeyarenas.net , the faceoff circles are also painted into the ice, and the ice surface is reported to be IIHF size.

    I guess it's fine for training but you don't want to play competitive games there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davide View Post

    Tiraspol arena is the only with regular rink and was built in 2008 by Russian businessman Gennadi Nemirovski
    http://tv7.md/?page=Sport%20news&id=...ang=ro&list=30 (article in romanian)
    Luckly the article was available in Russian too. Good stuff, the rink has 1000 seats and respects international standards, interesting how the article mentions Ovechkin
    Well, we'll see how this goes, the fact is also that the political situation isn't easy in Tiraspol, and unfortunately this leads to give less importance to stuff like hockey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro Seren Rosso View Post
    Luckly the article was available in Russian too. Good stuff, the rink has 1000 seats and respects international standards, interesting how the article mentions Ovechkin
    Well, we'll see how this goes, the fact is also that the political situation isn't easy in Tiraspol, and unfortunately this leads to give less importance to stuff like hockey.
    It's good to see rinks built anywhere, I suppose, but having one in Tiraspol and one in Chisnau is like the Cyprus situation all over again. They wouldn't be able to form a national team together or anything, and since this is a formal national organization here rather than the Cyprus situation, there's probably no way that a team from Chisnau would play games in Tiraspol, or vice versa as well. Transnistria is such a bizarre political entity, what with its Iron Curtain style politics and architecture.

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    Here's a picture of the exterior of the arena in Tiraspol, and its location as per Google. Interesting look.

    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/35662760

    This site claims that a match between Bravo from Chisnau and a team from Barrow, Alaska (literally as far north as you can get in the USA) called the Blizzard was played in October. They played the two previous games in Chisnau.

    http://www.pmr.name/en/catnews/tv-pm...-poedinok.html

    And here's a video report of it, definitely from the Tiraspol domed rink.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kK6EW-VjVA

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    Quote Originally Posted by saskhab View Post
    It's good to see rinks built anywhere, I suppose, but having one in Tiraspol and one in Chisnau is like the Cyprus situation all over again. They wouldn't be able to form a national team together or anything, and since this is a formal national organization here rather than the Cyprus situation, there's probably no way that a team from Chisnau would play games in Tiraspol, or vice versa as well. Transnistria is such a bizarre political entity, what with its Iron Curtain style politics and architecture.
    Teams from Tiraspol compete in the top Moldavan soccer league and I know that Tiraspol has hosted international soccer games involving Moldova in the recent past. It's a bizarre political situation, but it doesn't seem to affect sports much.

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    A team of the L. A. Stars hockey school (European branch of the Okanagan hockey school located in St. Pölten/Austria) is apparently just playing an U18 team in Brasov/ROM where they played games against the Romanian and Moldova U18. Stars beat Romania 5:2 and 6:3, game against Moldova had a score of 8:6.
    I got this info from an Austrian board, no source given but it seems as Moldova is doing pretty ok.

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    Scores are somewhat correct.

    L.A. Stars also beat Romania U18 in the "final" 5-3 (5th goal was an empty net one). L.A. Stars led 3-0, were tied at 3, then scored the 4th goal halfway through the third.

    Also Romania U18 beat Platina Chisinau 5-3. (still hearsay)

    Some pics from that final game:








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    http://www.iihf.com/home-of-hockey/n...ash=838c7e4e9d

    IIHF article, interesting to see how their hockey is existing. Very good results though.
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    Platinum Chisinau is playing in Russian juniors MHL B-league. Unfortunately there aren´t any Moldovians in the squad. All are Russian or from Kazakhstan. Home games are played at Snezhinka ice rink in Tiraspol.

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    Quoting from Wikipedia

    A strip of Moldova's internationally recognized territory on the east bank of the river Dniester has been under the de facto control of the breakaway government of Transnistria since 1990.

    Tiraspol is in the breakaway section of Moldova which is dominated by ethnic Russians. Chisinau is in Moldova itself, so the use of the name Platinum Chisinau is very strange.

    The implications are that it is very unlikely that any national team representing Moldova will be playing for the forseeable future. The dispute over Transnistria has remained unresolved for more than 20 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maits View Post
    Platinum Chisinau is playing in Russian juniors MHL B-league. Unfortunately there aren´t any Moldovians in the squad. All are Russian or from Kazakhstan. Home games are played at Snezhinka ice rink in Tiraspol.

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    It's a joke to call it a Moldovan MHL team. Transnistria is an area where wanna-be-Russians live and they are recognized by exactly no country in the whole world. Transnistria is more like Dagestan or Chechnya than Europe...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicente View Post
    It's a joke to call it a Moldovan MHL team. Transnistria is an area where wanna-be-Russians live and they are recognized by exactly no country in the whole world. Transnistria is more like Dagestan or Chechnya than Europe...
    to simply this for readers not familiar with this area, its a part of Moldova that is mainly ethnic russian instead of ethnic romanians/moldovans like most of moldova, they want to seperate and unite with russia or be independent. the MHL team doesn't have from what i understand moldovan passport holders, but that might change in the future. I believe they base the teams in Chisinau to eliminate any complications from being based in transistria. anybody please feel free to make corrections.

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    Quote from Vincente: It's a joke to call it a Moldovan MHL team.
    So what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruinsFan View Post
    Quote from Vincente: It's a joke to call it a Moldovan MHL team.
    So what?
    thats explained in post 39

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    Moldovian ice hockey club HC Bravo played in Ukraine at 9th May Tournament in may 2016. They finished at 4th place in 6 team tournament. All other teams from Odessa and Vinnytsia, Ukraine.
    They also played at the Bila Tserkva Open Cup-2016 in Ukraine in 3-4 september.
    Tournament standing was:
    1. «Титаны» (г. Киев, Украина)

    2. «Белая Церковь» (г. Белая Церковь, Украина)

    3. «Рось»(г. Белая Церковь, Украина)

    4. «Vitoria»(г. Витория, Испания)

    5. «Bravo» (г. Кишинёв, Молдавия)
    
6. «Жашков» (г. Жашков, Украина)

    Seems that they hockey program still exist and they will be playing in some tournaments in Ukraine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maits View Post
    Moldovian ice hockey club HC Bravo played in Ukraine at 9th May Tournament in may 2016. They finished at 4th place in 6 team tournament. All other teams from Odessa and Vinnytsia, Ukraine.
    They also played at the Bila Tserkva Open Cup-2016 in Ukraine in 3-4 september.
    Tournament standing was:
    1. «Титаны» (г. Киев, Украина)

    2. «Белая Церковь» (г. Белая Церковь, Украина)

    3. «Рось»(г. Белая Церковь, Украина)

    4. «Vitoria»(г. Витория, Испания)

    5. «Bravo» (г. Кишинёв, Молдавия)
    
6. «Жашков» (г. Жашков, Украина)

    Seems that they hockey program still exist and they will be playing in some tournaments in Ukraine.
    My understanding is that hockey is only played in the Russian separatist region not actually in Moldova.

    Geoff

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoffH View Post
    My understanding is that hockey is only played in the Russian separatist region not actually in Moldova.

    Geoff
    So Bravo Chisinau actually play in Transnistria? Is there a rink in Tiraspol?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trim View Post
    So Bravo Chisinau actually play in Transnistria? Is there a rink in Tiraspol?
    I think so, look at reply #31 above.

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    It might be worth noticing that Moldovan club Gloria Chisinau became Romanian (unofficial) champion in U14 category this season :
    https://www.hockeyarchives.info/Roujun2018.htm
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