Tag: Corona Brasov Wolves

Péter Balázs-Szabolcs, another “wolfpack” year.

One of the most spectacular and technical strikers of our team, Péter Balázs-Szabolcs (23 years old), extended his contract for another season with our team.

Raised in German hockey until 2017 (from where in 2014 he also received a “draft prospect card” in the “European skater” category, being close to a draft for the NHL), Péter came to Brasov hockey before the 2018/2019 season, becoming and national champion with our team.

He is a player with special qualities and an undisputed starter in the attack of the Romanian national team.
In the previous season he managed to score 42 points in 49 games in the regular season of the Erste League.

We are glad to have you with us for another season!

Ede Mihály will continue in Brașov.

Ede Mihály (34 years old) will continue one more season in Brasov’s “wolfpack”.

Coming to Brașov before the 2017/2018 season, Ede will start the fourth season with the “wolves”.

A versatile player, evolving since coming to Brașov both as a striker and as a defender, he established himself in the defense of our team, being one of the important players in the perspective of the next season.

We are glad to have you with us for another season!

CSM Corona Brașov raises champions for Romanian hockey!

After the reorganization of the “Children and Juniors Center” of the ice hockey department of Corona Brașov, it quickly became the best “hockey school” in Romania for the age groups U8 / U10, U12 and U14.

The co-optation in the technical staff of the junior groups of the best coaches in Romania, who implemented in Brasov modern methods of training and sports pedagogy, contributed especially to this fact.

The coaches of the junior “wolves” are:

Laszlo Kovacs;

Levente Elekes;

Rajmond Fülop (porter);

From last season was co-opted  coach Cristian Munteanu (who will also stay during the next season with the juniors of our club).

In recent years, the groups of children-juniors of the “Corona Brașov ice hockey” have had the following results at national and international competitions:

Age group U10

2016 – 2nd place at the “Dunaújváros-Santa Claus Cup – 10th edition” (Hungary) – international competition with participation from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania.

2017 – 1st place at the “Istanbul Cup” (Turkey) – international competition with participation from Turkey, Hungary and Romania.


“Age group U12”

2017 – 🏆 winners of the “THL U12 Cup” (* Transylvania Hockey League – league that brings together the best teams from Romania and Republic of Moldova in the age groups U12 and U14).

Season 2017/2018 – 4th place in the THL U12 championship.

Season 2017/2018 – 11st place in “Group B” of the Hungarian championship.

2018 –  winners of the THL U12 Cup.

2018/2019 season: in the THL U12 championship, the official accounting of the score was given up, but our team finished the season with only victories.

2019: winners of the THL U12 Cup.

Season 2019/2020: our team finished the THL U12 championship obtaining only victories (also without the official accounting of the score).

Season 2019/2020: the winners of a tournament in “K.M.L U12” (joint Hungarian-Romanian U12 league).

“Age group U14”

2018 –  winners of the THL U14 Cup.

Season 2018/2019 –  winners of the THL U14 championship.

Season 2018/2019 – 4th place in the Hungarian championship, the elite value group (6th place after the play-off).

2019 – winners of the THL U14 Cup.

Season 2019/2020 – winners of two tournaments in “K.M.L U14” (Hungarian-Romanian joint U14 league).

Season 2019/2020 – 2nd place in two tournaments in “K.M.L U14”.

2019/2020 season – the THL U14 championship was canceled due to the world pandemic of COVID 19, but until then our club’s U14 team had only won (including against some opponents from Ukraine).


Also, two of our club’s coaches: Laszlo Kovacs and Rajmond Fülop, were the “Team Romania U13” coaches at the prestigious Canadian U13 “Pee-Wee” competition (a real U13 World Championship) both in 2019 and in 2020 .

Legitimate players at CSM Corona Brașov were also part of the group that traveled to Canada for “Pee-Wee”, as follows:

Pee-Wee 2019 (10 players): Tudor Bolocan, Matei Bolocan, Tudor Nechita, Cristian Achim, Cezar Șendrea, Zsolt Mathe, Adam Bartis, Luca Moise, Alpar Kovacs, Krisztian Lusztig.

Pee-Wee 2020 (8 players): Tudor Bolocan, Matei Bolocan, Cristian Achim, Luca Moise, Călin Mardale, Zsolt Mathe, Tudor Capolna, Csaba Csiszer.

In 2019, “Team Romania U13” won the “Int-B” group of Pee-Wee (the best player of the team being the junior from Brașov, Tudor Nechita).

In 2020, “Team Romania U13” reached the semifinals of the “AA” group of Pee-Wee (the best player of the team being the junior from Brasov Matei Bolocan).

Radim Valchar, the first valuable transfer for next season

Corona Brașov managed to recruit for the next season one of the best strikers of the Erste League and of the Romanian championship: Radim Valchar (31 years old).

After finishing his contract with SC Miercurea Ciuc last season, he was not allowed to be legitimized in the Erste League or the Romanian championship, and so he played in the second part of the season for the Hungarian team DVTK Jegesmedvék (in the first Slovak league) .

At DVTK Jegesmedvék managed a number of 13 points in 14 games.

Because he has dual citizenship he will be legitimized as a local player and will certainly be a huge plus in the team’s game because he is a very talented, professional and spectacular player.

☑️Radim Valchar was born in the city of Karvina (Czech Republic) on April 20, 1989.

☑️Between 2003 and 2007 he played for the U18 and U20 teams of the powerful Czech club HC Vitkovice. hockey, in 2007 he was part of the Czech U18 national team at the U18 World Championship, the elite group – hosted by Finland – where he played a number of 6 matches and managed to score 3 goals.

☑In the period 2007-2010 he made the move to North America, in the youth league "Western Hockey League" (WHL) being part of the teams Portland Winter Hawks (USA) and Lethbridge Hurricanes (Canada).
In the 2008-2009 season he was part of the Czech U20 national team for the U20 World Championship - the elite group.
☑Since 2010 he returned to the Czech Republic, to the third league team HC Orlova and in 2011 he transferred to the team from his hometown, HC Karvina, in the same league.
☑In the second half of the 2011/2012 season he was loaned to the second Slovak league, to the HC 46 Bardejov team.
☑️In the 2012/2013 season he also spent it at HC 46 Bardejov, where he managed to be one of the best players, achieving a number of 38 points in the regular season.
☑Thanks to the better and better evolutions, from the 2013/2014 season he was transferred by the Gap team, from the first French league, where he spent two seasons.
☑In the first part of the 2015/2016 season he played in the second Finnish league (Mestis), to the Hokki team and in the second part of the season he returned to France to the first league team Bordeaux (where he worked with the former coach of the Brașov Wolves and selector of Romania - the Canadian Martin Lacroix).

In 2016 he came to Romanian hockey, at Sport Club Miercurea-Ciuc.

He spent three seasons at Miercurea Ciuc, being the best player of the team all this time, managing to score 161 points in the 117 games in the regular seasons of the Erste League.

In the Romanian championship he scored 179 points in 71 games (an average of over 2.5 points per game !!!).

In 2019, he received Romanian citizenship by Government Decision.

Welcome, Radim!