Liga Naţională de hochei
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1924
No. of teams 7
Country(ies) Flag of RomaniaRomania
Most recent champion(s) SC Miercurea Ciuc
Most championship(s) Steaua Bucuresti (40)

The Romanian Hockey League, the Liga Naţională de hochei (National Hockey League) is the highest level of Romanian ice hockey. It is governed by the Federaţia Română de Hochei pe Gheaţă (FRHG) (Romanian Ice Hockey Federation). Four Romanian teams; two from Transylvania (Csíkszeredai Sport Club jégkorong csapata and Csíkszeredai Hockey Club, both in Miercurea-Ciuc), Steaua and Progym Gheorghieni plays in Hungary's MOL Liga, too.

The winner of the Romanian Hockey League will qualify for the European Champions Hockey League starting in 2009–10.

Teams 2008-09 seasonEdit

HC Csíkszereda
HCM Galati
SCM Brasov
Sport Club Miercurea Ciuc
Sport Club Miercurea Ciuc II
Sportul Studentesc Bucuresti
Steaua Bucuresti
Progym Hargita Gyöngye

2009/10 TeamsEdit

Steaua Rangers
Sport Club Miercurea Ciuc
CS Progym Gheorgheni
SCM Fenestela Braşov
Dunărea Galaţi
Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti


  • 1924 Braşovia Braşov
  • 1925 No championship
  • 1926 No championship
  • 1927 Hochei Club Bucureşti
  • 1928 Hochei Club Bucureşti
  • 1929 Hochei Club Bucureşti
  • 1930 Tenis Club Bucureşti
  • 1931 Tenis Club Bucureşti
  • 1932 Tenis Club Bucureşti
  • 1933 Tenis Club Bucureşti
  • 1934 Tenis Club Bucureşti
  • 1935 Tenis Club Bucureşti
  • 1936 Bragadiru Bucureşti
  • 1937 Telefon Club Bucureşti
  • 1938 Dragoş Vodă Cernăuţi
  • 1939 No championship
  • 1940 Rapid Bucureşti
  • 1941 Juventus Bucureşti
  • 1942 No championship
  • 1943 No championship
  • 1944 Venus Bucureşti
  • 1945 Juventus Bucureşti

CCA became Steaua.
Ciocanul became Dinamo 'A' Bucuresti and in 1949 became Dinamo
Avântul, Recolta and Voinţa
became SC Miercurea Ciuc.
Cernăuţi = Chernivtsi (UKR).

Total championships

  • 40 Steaua Bucuresti
  • 11 SC Miercurea Ciuc
  • 7/8 Dinamo Bucureşti (including Ciocanul)
  • 5 Tenis Club Bucureşti
  • 4 Juventus Bucureşti
  • 3 Hochei Club Bucureşti
  • 2 Telefon Club Bucureşti
  • 2 RATA Târgu Mureş
  • 1 Braşovia Braşov
  • 1 Bragadiru Bucureşti
  • 1 Dragoş Vodă Cernăuţi
  • 1 Venus Bucureşti
  • 1 Rapid Bucureşti
  • 1/8 Ciocanul Bucureşti(including Dinamo)
  • 1 Ştiinţa Cluj

See AlsoEdit

External links Edit

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