The Full Wiki

HK Rīga 2000: Wikis

Advertisements
  
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

(Redirected to HK Riga 2000 article)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

HK Riga 2000
Hkriga2000.jpg
Founded 2000
Home ice Inbox.lv ledus halle (1,500)
Based in Riga,Latvia
Colors Yellow, Black
League Belarusian Extraliga
Head coach Haralds Vasiļjevs
Manager Dainis Arins
Owner Viesturs Koziols
Affiliate(s) Dinamo Riga (KHL)

HK Riga 2000 was a Belarusian Extraliga team based in Riga, Latvia. The team had played in the LHL since it was founded. In 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons the club also iced a team in the Belarusian Hockey League, and in 2005-06 finished 3rd. HK Riga 2000 was first foreign team to finish in top three of Belarusian Open Championship. The club has also played several years in the Continental Cup, winning silver in in 2005-06 and 2007-08. Before the 2009-2010 KHL season the team was merged into HK Dinamo/Juniors Rīga, the farmclub of KHL side Dinamo Rīga.

Founded: 2000
Arena: Inbox.lv ice hall
Uniform colors: Yellow, Iron Range Grey, Black, and White.

Contents

Notable players

Advertisements

Roster

As June 20, 2009

Goaltenders
# Player Pos. Catches Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
20 Latvia Nauris Enkuzēns G R 182 cm 93 kg Apr. 18, 1989 Riga, Latvia
39 Latvia Ervīns Muštukovs G L 188 cm 68 kg Apr. 7, 1984 Riga, Latvia
85 Latvia Uģis Avotiņš G L 185 cm 70 kg Apr. 18, 1986 Riga, Latvia
Defencemen
# Player Pos. Shoots Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
4 Latvia Gvido Kauss D L 188 cm 85 kg Mar. 14, 1990 Jūrmala, Latvia
10 Latvia Renārs Valters D L 178 cm 75 kg Feb. 11, 1985 Riga, Latvia
13 Latvia Maksims Širokovs D L 181 cm 80 kg Dec. 13, 1982 Riga, Latvia
15 Latvia Agris Ozoliņš D L 173 cm 80 kg Sep. 11, 1990 Riga, Latvia
26 Latvia Krišs Grundmanis D L 195 cm 100 kg Feb. 13, 1989 Riga, Latvia
27 Latvia Vladislavs Balakuns D L 182 cm 70 kg Oct. 2, 1988 Jūrmala, Latvia
28 Latvia Ričards Birziņš D R 182 cm 80 kg Apr. 24, 1989 Riga, Latvia
80 Latvia Renārs Demiters D L 170 cm 73 kg Aug. 12, 1986 Riga, Latvia
Forwards
# Player Pos. Shoots Height Weight D.O.B. Place of Birth
7 Latvia Jānis Straupe C L 183 cm 79 kg Jun. 3, 1989 Riga, Latvia
8 Latvia Edgars Brancis RW L 181 cm 77 kg Sep. 2, 1985 Riga, Latvia
12 Latvia Raimonds Daniličs C R 192 cm 85 kg Jul. 17, 1985 Daugavpils, Latvia
16 Latvia Jānis Ozoliņš RW R 173 cm 70 kg Feb. 4, 1989 Riga, Latvia
18 Latvia Juris Štāls RW L 191 cm 91 kg Apr. 8, 1984 Riga, Latvia
23 Latvia Ronalds Cinks LW R 183 cm 80 kg Mar. 11, 1990 Riga, Latvia
25 Latvia Toms Hartmanis RW L 182 cm 80 kg Dec. 12, 1987 Liepaja, Latvia
34 Latvia Vladimirs Borovkovs W L 179 cm 78 kg Nov. 28, 1990 Riga, Latvia
35 Latvia Aldis Popens W L 188 cm 78 kg Jul. 22, 1990 Riga, Latvia
36 Latvia Kārlis Rožkalns F L 187 cm 78 kg Sep. 15, 1989 Riga, Latvia
40 Latvia Raimonds Vilkoits C L 190 cm 96 kg Apr. 10, 1990 Riga, Latvia
72 Latvia Sergejs Pečura C L 189 cm 92 kg Jun. 14, 1987 Riga, Latvia
87 Latvia Gints Meija RW L 183 cm 72 kg Sep. 4, 1987 Riga, Latvia
91 Latvia Miks Indrašis W L 190 cm 73 kg Sep. 30, 1990 Riga, Latvia

Noteworthy Players

Retired numbers

Awards

five-time Latvian hockey league winner - 2001, 2004, 2005 and 2006.

one-time Latvian hockey league runner-up (2nd place) - 2002, 2003

References


Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message