Tag: Corona Brasov Wolves

Debut with two victories in the national championship of Romania!

In the debut of the national championship “wolves” had scheduled yesterday and today games against the team Sportul Studentesc Bucharest.

The games were considered “on the move” but they were played on the ice of the Olympic Ice Rink Brasov.

In the first game, played yesterday starting at 18:30, our team prevailed with the score of 17-2 (5-0; 5-0; 7-2).

The goals of our team were scored by:

Daniel Trancă (5), Wacey Rabbit (3), Peter Balazs, Biro Matyas, Pavlo Borysenko, Cody Fowlie, Balazs Gajdo, Roberto Gliga, Zsombor Molnar, Logan Stephenson and Rareș Vasile.

In the second game, played today starting at 11:00, the score was 17-1 (7-0, 5-0, 5-1) in favor of our team.

Our team included in the scoaring list: Peter Balazs, David Szabo, Matyas Biro (3), JF Plante (3), Ede Mihaly (2), Gajdo Balazs (4), Levente Zsok (2) and Andrei Haraga.

It should be noted that in the Sportul Studentesc team , the twin brothers Robert and Norbert Fetes, players originating from Târgu Secuiesc but trained by Corona Brașov, also evolved in the attack.

The first transfers are on the ice

Two of the Canadians who signed contracts with our team, quarterback Chase Harrison (22 years old) and striker Cody Fowlie (26 years old) have already arrived in Brasov and are training on the ice of the Olympic Rink with the rest of the team.

Coach Julius Penzes will be training in a few days and the third Canadian, striker Wacey Rabbit (32 years old).

In the next period he will also arrive the latest transfer of the team, the defender Nelson Armstrong (25 years) and our team is going to sign contracts with two other players to finalize the group of players on which will be based on Julius Penzes for next season.

Nelson Armstrong joins the pack

Today we present a new defender who will join our team for the 2019/2020 season, Canadian Nelson Armstrong (25 years).
Nelson Armstrong was born in Peterborough, Ontario, 185 inches tall and 93 pounds.


☑️He started hockey in the hometown of the Peterborough Petes team, and spent two seasons in the NCAA American University Championship, on the Saint Lawrence University team.

☑️After returning to his hometown (where he played in the OHL for Peterborough Petes), he returned to college, evolving from 2014-2017 for the University of Prince Edward Island team into the USports Canadian University Championship.
Nelson Armstrong graduated from the university with a degree in economics.

In the second part of the 2016/2017 season he decided to step into professional hockey, signing with the Florida Everblades (ECHL).
In the 2016/2017 season, for the Florida team he played 14 games and scored 4 points.

A new season followed for the Florida Everblades, being used in 39 matches in the regular season (scoring 16 points – 4 goals and 12 assists) and in two play-off games

☑️Last season evolved for the Milton Keynes Lightning team in the Professional Championship of Great Britain (EIHL).
For Milton Keynes Lightning he was the best scorer of the team’s defenders, managing to score 11 goals and giving 24 decisive passes (totaling 35 points).
Also in the UK, he attended postgraduate courses in business administration at Buckingham University.

Erik Roy and Everett Clark will no longer be part of the team for the new season, due to personal reasons that make it impossible for them to travel to Europe. Thus, due to the fact that the summer period helps to perfect the contracts of the foreigners, an amicable agreement was reached with both players by which they became free from the signed contract.

Corona Brasov, one win and one defeat with CSM Galati

On the ice of the Brasov Olimpic Ice rink, in the National Championship, were played two games between Corona Brasov and CSM Galati. The first game was overwhelming, with many phases at the two gates. Galaţi, who came in Brasov with the clear intention of winning, had two very good periods, on the background of many misses of the “wolves”, so they were leading 3-1 before the last break.

In the last part of the game, however, the Brasov team was much more determined, much more insistent, and quickly managed to score equal, at 3, a score that was retained until the end of the 60 minutes. The Corona goals were scored by Molnar Z., Tranca and Tendler.

There was a 5-minute overtime, no goal, so it was passed to penalty shoot-outs. Corona Braşov won, managing to scored twice, through Tranca and Tendler, against a single goal scored by the guests. Final score: 4-3 (0-1, 1-2, 2-0, 0-0, 1-0) for Corona Braşov.

The second game ended with a clear victory of the team from Galati, which finished with 6-3 (2-4, 1-1, 0-1). The goals of the Brasov team were scored by Gliga, Carlson and Tranca.

Corona Braşov holds the first place in the regular season, with 81 points, out of 33 games played, followed by CSM Galaţi, 79 points, 30 games played and SC Miercurea Ciuc, 77 points out of 34 games.

Corona’s next game in the National Championship is scheduled today, Wednesday 13th March, also in Brasov, with Steaua Bucuresti.