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Herbert Pöck (b. March 8 1957 in Austria) is a retired ice hockey forward and coach.

Pöck spent his playing career with EC KAC. In 390 matches in the Österreichische Eishockey Liga, he scored 241 times. He also played 127 games for the Austrian National Team, scoring 55 times and adding 73 assists, for a total of 128 points: this is good enough for third all-time in scoring for the Austrian National Team, behind Rudolf König (183 points) and Thomas Cijan (131 points).

Following his playing days, Pöck turned to coaching. He coached EC KAC, EC Graz, DEK Klagenfurt and EK Zell am See.

Pöck is the father of former National Hockey League defenceman Thomas Pöck.


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