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Slovak Hockey Hall of Fame

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Slovak Hockey Hall of Fame

The Slovak Hockey Hall of Fame (Slovak: Sieň slávy slovenského hokeja) honors the contributions that individuals have made to the sport of hockey in Slovakia. It opened on November 30, 2002, that the team of Slovak national team won the IIHF World Championships gold medal. The hall is located in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Members of the Slovak Hockey Hall of Fame

Since 2002

Vladimír Dzurilla, Jozef Golonka, Václav Nedomanský, Peter Šťastný - Šťastný stepped out in 2009

Since 2003

Rastislav Jančuška, Vojtech Okoličány, Miroslav Červenka, Ján Jendek

Since 2004

František Gregor, Karol Fako, Vincent Lukáč, Milan Kužela

Since 2005

Jaroslav Walter, Igor Liba

Since 2006

Rudolf Tajcnár

Since 2007

Dušan Pašek

Since 2008

Dušan Faško

Since 2009

Dárius Rusnák

Since 2011

Ján Mitošinka, Július Haas, Róbert Švehla

Since 2012

Pavol Demitra

Since 2014

Zdeno Cíger

See also

External links

  • Official website of the Slovak Hockey Hall of Fame
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