Welcome to Brasov, Jared Brown!

Our club managed to get the signature of American striker Jared Brown (33).

Jared Brown was born in Gardner (Kansas, USA) on February 21, 1986 and plays the role of “center”.

After playing – in 2005 – at Lincoln Stars (in the United States Hockey League-USHS youth league), in 2007 he was awarded a scholarship from Northern Michigan University (NCAA).

At Northern Michigan University he spent 4 seasons, and in 2011 he signed his first professional contract: in the CHL, with the Quad City Mallards team.

In 2012 he got to play for the first time in Europe, signing a contract with the Polish team GKS Katowice.

For Katowice, he played in 13 games and managed to score 19 points.

After returning to the US, where he played at Rapid City Rush (CHL) and Missouri Mavericks (ECHL), he returned to Europe in 2015, playing in both the first French league in Dijon and the first Polish league in Dijon. STS Sanok.

After starting the 2016/2017 season in Poland at Orlik Opole, in the second part of the season he came to Erste Liga, signing a contract with Debreceni HK team.

In Debrecen he had an exceptional period, managing to make 22 points in 14 games of the regular season and 7 points in 11 games of the play-off.

In the quarter-finals of the Erste League that season he was an opponent of our team, being one of the players who made a decisive contribution to qualifying the Debreceni HK team in the league semifinals.

Debrecen’s excellent performances propelled him to the MAC Budapest team next season, together with Erste Liga.

At MAC he scored 46 points (13 goals and 33 assists) in 27 regular season games and 20 points (6 goals and 14 assists) in the play-off.

In the semi-finals of the Erste League he was again the opponent of our team, being one of the decisive players of MAC Budapest.

Last season he also spent at MAC, but he evolved into the first Slovak league.

At MAC Újbuda he was the second regular-season scorer in the first Slovak league, scoring 45 points (20 goals and 25 assists) in 57 games.

This season he started in Erste Liga, at UTE, where he played in 12 games and scored 13 points (5 goals and 8 assists).

Jared Brown is a very technical player, creative and with a very strong personality and we hope to be one of the decisive players of our team for the rest of the season.

Thank you, Chase Harrison!

By mutual agreement, Canadian defender Chase Harrison is no longer the player of Corona Brasov.

Chase Harrison (23 years old) was transferred this summer from the South Carolina Stingrays, proved to be a defender with many qualities, but failed to adapt to the Romanian hockey.

Our club thanks him for his time in Brasov and wishes him great success.

The “wolves” return from Hungary with 7 points

Corona Brașov manages to return with 7 points after the 3 games of the trip from Hungary, with two victories (against the teams Schiller Vasas and HK Budapest) and a game given in the extra round of overtime (in Debrecen, in front of the team D.E.A.C.).


Thus, our team climbs to the 3rd place of the Erste League, after 18 games played, gathering 36 points in the standings.

The results of our team in this trip:
☑Schiller Vasas – Corona Brașov: 2-4 (1-1, 1-1, 0-2).
For our team they scored:
Levente Zsok (Pavlo Borysenko, Daniel Trancă);
Biro Matyas (Roberto Gliga);
Peter Balazs (Pavlo Borysenko);
JF Plante

☑HK Budapest – Corona Brasov: 1-5 (1-1, 0-0, 0-4).
For our team they scored:
Cody Fowlie (Roberto Gliga);
Logan Stephenson (Nelson Armstrong, Cody Fowlie);
Peter Balazs (Balazs Gajdo, Ede Mihaly);
JF Plante *2 (Cody Fowlie, Roberto Gliga);

☑D.E.A.C. – Corona Brașov: 5-4 OT (1-1, 1-1, 2-2, 1-0).
For our team they scored:
Roberto Gliga (Pavlo Borysenko);
Peter Balazs (Pavlo Borysenko, Otto Biro);
Cody Fowlie (Pavlo Borysenko);
Nelson Armstrong (Daniel Trancă)


The next game of Corona Brașov will be played on November 17th in Brasov with the DEAC team, as all 3 ones from November 9th (Sapitentia U23), November 12th and 13th (CSM Galati) counting for the Romanian national championship have been postponed for data subsequent.

Welcome to Brasov, Samuel Labrecque!

Our team managed to get stronger for the rest of the season with Canadian quarterback Samuel Labrecque (27).

Labrecque, born February 20, 1992 in the Canadian city of Granby, is 173 cm height and 83 kilos.

He is a very offensive defender, last season he evolved in the first French league at Gap, being the defender with the most goals scored in the league (11 goals).

He began his hockey career in Canada, evolving during junior years in leagues such as the “Quebec Midget AAA Hockey League”, “Midwest Prep Hockey League” and “British Columbia Hockey League”.

From 2011-2014 he evolved into the strong NCAA American University League, on the Clarkson University team.

Between 2014-2016 he moved to the Canadian university league USports, on the McGill University team, where he had two very good seasons, in the 2015/2016 season receiving the title of “defender of the year” in the league.

He entered the European hockey circuit in 2016, when he signed a contract with the Austrian team Villacher SV (EBEL), where he was a teammate with one of the best foreign players to ever pass our team, the American Kevin Wehrs.

In the 2016/2017 season it was used by Villacher SV in 52 matches, scoring a total of 26 points (13 goals and 13 goal passes), being the best scorer among the team’s defenders.

The 2017/2018 season started in the ECHL (with the Wichita Tunder team) but after a while he returned to EBEL at Villacher SV.

In the second season the Austrian team was used in 35 games and scored a total of 14 points (3 goals and 11 goal passes).

Last season evolved into the first French league (“Synerglace Ligue Magnus”) at Gap.

In the 41 games played last season at Gap he managed to score 11 goals (thus becoming the best scorer of the league’s defenders) and gave his teammates 12 goals.