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TKH Toruń
TKH Toruń logo.jpg
DivisionPoland Polska Hokej Liga
Founded1924; 97 years ago (1924)
HistoryKH Energa Toruń (2019-present)

Nesta Mires Toruń (2016-2019)
Nesta Toruń (2015-2016)
Nesta Karawela Toruń (2012-2015)
KS Torun HSA (2010-2012)
TKH Toruń (2001-2010)
Filmar Toruń (1998-2000)
TTH Metron Toruń (1995-1997)
Towimor Toruń (1990-1995)
Pomorzanin Toruń (1945-1990)

TKS Toruń (1924-1945)
Home arenaTor-Tor
CityToruń, Poland
ColoursWhite, Red, Navy Blue      
Head coachBelarus Jury Czuch
Official websitehokej.torun.pl

TKH Toruń is a Polish ice hockey team from Toruń, Poland playing in the Polska Hokej Liga, the top level ice hockey league in Poland.

Team information

  • Full name: Klub Sportowy Toruń HSA
  • Address: Bema 23/29, 87-100 Toruń
  • Home arena name: Tor-Tor
  • Home arena capacity: 3,200

Trophies and successes

Latest seasons in PHL/Polish 1. Liga

Season GP  W   L   T   OTW OTL Pts GF GA RiS Play-Offs Finish
2002-03 42 15 26  1 1 1 46 126 175 6th Did not qualify 5th
2003-04 28 12 16  0 0 1 35 108 115 5th Did not qualify 6th
2004-05 35 20  9  6 0 0 66 144 72 3rd Lost in Semifinals, 1-3 (GKS Tychy) 4th
2005-06 42 21 13  8 1 2 72 135 92 5th Did not qualify 5th
2006-07 38 18 19  1 4 1 52 110 130 6th Lost in Quarterfinals, 2-3 (Stoczniowiec Gdańsk) 6th
2007-08 36 17 19  0 2 4 53 124 118 7th Lost in Quarterfinals, 1-3 (Cracovia Kraków) 7th
2008-09 42 10 19  0 9 4 52 116 142 8th Lost in Quarterfinals, 0-3 (Podhale Nowy Targ) 8th
2009-10 24 5 16  0 1 2 19 56 101 8th Relegation to Polish 1. Liga 10th
2010-11 36 36 0  0 0 0 108 311 57 1st Promotion to PHL 1st
2011-12 42 7 29  0 2 4 29 107 228 7th Did not qualify 7th
2012-13 14 1 12  0 1 0 5 24 67 8th Dropped out due to financial issues 8th
2013-14 - - -  - - - - - - - Did not play -
2014-15 - - -  - - - - - - - Did not play -
2015-16 50 14 2  0 4 30 50 186 242 10th Initially relegated to Polish 1. Liga, but stayed in PHL due to "political" considerations 11th
2016-17 36 10 6  0 1 19 43 146 155 9th Relegation to Polish 1. Liga, lost to MH Automatyka Stoczniowiec 2014 2-4 (best-of-four playout series) 10th
2017-18 - - -  - - - - - - - TBD -

Current roster

Updated January 25, 2009

# Nat Player Pos Hght Wght S/G Age Birthdate Birthplace
18 Poland Przemysław Bomastek (C) RW 6′2′′ 196 L 42 February 2, 1979 Toruń, Poland
37 Slovakia Vladimir Buril D 6′3′′ 203 L 52 May 17, 1969 Bratislava, Slovakia
26 Poland Kamil Cichewicz D 5′10′′ 176 L 32 January 22, 1989 Bydgoszcz, Poland
55 Poland Miłosz Ciesielski G 6′4′′ 176 L 32 October 15, 1989 Toruń, Poland
10 Poland Łukasz Chrzanowski LW 5′12′′ 182 L 41 March 19, 1980 Toruń, Poland
81 Poland Tomasz Chyliński C 5′10′′ 154 L 33 May 19, 1988 Tychy, Poland
7 Poland Rafał Cychowski D 5′10′′ 207 L 43 May 14, 1978 Sosnowiec, Poland
16 Poland Bartosz Dąbkowski D 6′0′′ 198 L 36 February 7, 1985 Toruń, Poland
29 Poland Jarosław Dołęga (A) RW 5′11′′ 167 L 39 July 16, 1982 Toruń, Poland
68 Poland Jacek Dzięgiel C 5′8′′ 148 L 36 January 10, 1985 Toruń, Poland
87 Poland Kamil Gościmiński LW 6′1′′ 183 L 32 July 10, 1989 Toruń, Poland
11 Poland Paweł Jakubowski G 6′1′′ 194 L 40 January 9, 1981 Gdynia, Poland
15 Poland Mariusz Jastrzębski LW 6′0′′ 165 R 36 January 21, 1985 Nowy Targ, Poland
13 Poland Piotr Koseda D 5′9′′ 176 L 36 April 29, 1985 Toruń, Poland
91 Poland Tomasz Koszarek C 5′11′′ 187 L 41 February 6, 1980 Nowy Targ, Poland
61 Slovakia Zoltan Kubát D 6′1′′ 194 L 38 February 21, 1983 Kežmarok, Slovakia
66 Poland Mariusz Kuchnicki C 6′0′′ 154 L 35 June 6, 1986 Toruń, Poland
12 Poland Miłosz Lidtke D 5′11′′ 181 L 32 June 22, 1989 Toruń, Poland
19 Poland Arkadiusz Marmurowicz LW 6′0′′ 176 L 36 March 24, 1985 Toruń, Poland
51 Poland Daniel Minge LW 6′0′′ 170 L 32 April 13, 1989 Toruń, Poland
23 Slovakia Michal Mravec LW 5′11′′ 194 L 49 November 14, 1972 Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia
4 Finland Teemu Paakkarinen LW 5′10′′ 185 L 38 October 5, 1983 Lappeenranta, Finland
14 Poland Karol Piotrowski D 6′2′′ 203 L 38 July 1, 1983 Toruń, Poland
1 Poland Michał Plaskiewicz G 5′11′′ 150 L 38 November 1, 1983 Toruń, Poland
89 Poland Michał Porębski D 5′10′′ 172 L 32 April 15, 1989 Warsaw, Poland
24 Finland Sami Salonen C 5′11′′ 185 L 44 April 17, 1977 Turku, Finland
21 Poland Michał Wieczorek RW 6′0′′ 176 L 35 July 26, 1986 Bydgoszcz, Poland
71 Poland Mateusz Wiśniewski RW 5′7′′ 157 R 37 July 1, 1984 Toruń, Poland

Staff

Head coach: Jarmo Tolvanen Finland
Assistant: Andrzej Masewicz Poland
Director: Jarosław Ciesielski Poland
Doctor: Wojciech Piotrowski Poland
Masseur: Bartosz Nienartowicz Poland

See also

External links

This page was last edited on 24 October 2021, at 17:02
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