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Vincent Lukáč (2006)
Competitor for Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Men’s ice hockey
Olympic Games
Silver 1984 Sarajevo Team competition

Vincent Lukáč (born February 14, 1954 in Košice, Czechoslovakia) is a former professional Slovak ice hockey player.

He played for HC Košice (the most successful player in history of the team - 14 seasons, 518 games, 393 goals), HC Dukla Jihlava, SC Rosenheim, WEV Wien, Kirkcaldy, HC Streatham Redskins in London and Fife Flyers of Scotland. He was drafted by the Quebec Nordiques in 1985 (in the age of 31), but he never played the NHL.

He was a coach of HC Košice, the Slovak national ice hockey team and MsHK Žilina, Slovakia.

Vincent Lukáč is living in Košice, Slovakia. He is a father-in-law of Jiří Bicek. In 2004 he was inducted into the Slovak Hockey Hall of Fame.

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Awards
Preceded by
Milan Novy
Golden Hockey Stick
1983
Succeeded by
Igor Liba
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