Torsten "Keenee" Kienaß (Torsten Kienass) (b. February 23 1971 in Berlin, East Germany (now Germany) is a former professional defenceman who spent all his career in Germany.

Kienaß was drafted by the Boston Bruins 260th overall in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft, but choose not to go over to North America. He instead played a long career that started in the East German DDR-Oberliga with the Dynamo Berlin. When the East and West Germany re-united, Kienass joined the 1. Bundesliga's EC Ratinger Löwen.

Kienaß was captain of the German National Team and took part in the 1992 Olympics; he also was on the German side for the 1996 World Cup and several editions of the World Championship.


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