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Dinamo Bucuresti
Dinamo Bucuresti
City: Bucharest, Romania
League: Romanian Hockey League
Founded: 1948

Dinamo Bucuresti was an ice hockey team in Bucharest, Romania. They participated in the Romanian Hockey League, the top-level league in the country.

The club was founded in 1948 as a member of the Dinamo Bucuresti sports club.

HistoryEdit

Dinamo first started to become a force in the Romanian Hockey League toward the end of the 1960s. They finished as runners-up in 1966-67 and blew through the league undefeated on the way to their first title the following year.

Strengthened by a quartet of talented forwards, Dumitru Axinte, Marian Costea, Eduard Pana, and Doru Tureanu - all key components of the Romanian National Team - Dinamo's success continued in the 1970s. They won three straight titles from 1971-1973 and five overall during the decade. At this time, Dinamo and CSA Steaua Bucuresti were a class above the other Romanian teams, with the title generally being a close battle between the two sides.

Dinamo won their last Romanian championship in 1981, finishing three points clear of Steaua for first place. Many of the team's most talented players hung up their skates around this time, thus leading to the team's gradual decline. By 1982-83, they no longer challenged Steaua for first place and were overtaken by SC Miercurea Ciuc in 2nd.

The club ceased operations following the 1989-90 season, and lay dormant until being resurrected over a decade later; in 2001. Dinamo played three more seasons in the Romanian League from 2001-2004, but were not successful, and folded for good after the 2003-04 season.

AchievementsEdit

  • Romanian champion (7) :
    • 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1979, 1981
  • Vice-champion (9) :
    • 1967, 1969, 1970, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1988.[1]

Season-by-season recordsEdit

Romanian Hockey League (1952-2003)Edit

Season Games Won Tied Lost Points Goals
for
Goals
against
StandingPlayoffs
1952-535 1 042 5415thNo playoffs
1963-64----- - -5thNo playoffs
1964-65----- - -5thNo playoffs
1965-66----- - -3rdNo playoffs
1966-6720 - -- - -322ndNo playoffs
1967-6824 2400 48 221281stNo playoffs
1968-69----- - -2ndNo playoffs
1969-702014 15 29 105592ndNo playoffs
1970-7125 22 12 45229 591stNo playoffs
1971-7215 12 1225 98271stNo playoffs
1972-73----- - -1stNo playoffs
1973-7414 12112515928 2nd2nd final round
1974-7524 17 43 38 158792ndNo playoffs
1975-766 6 00 12 44 101stNo playoffs
1976-7715 7 1715 84703rdNone
1977-7820 1226 26 90602ndNo playoffs
1978-7940 37 1275 3921151stNo playoffs
1979-8035 26 3655 3831372ndNo playoffs
1980-8135 2924 60 307 1251stNo playoffs
1981-8235 26 36553071542ndNo playoffs
1982-8324 10 21222 1131233rdNo playoffs
1983-8430 17112 35 1751313rdNo playoffs
1984-8525 1546 34 168993rdNo playoffs
1985-867 5 021072 313rd first round3rd final round
1986-8736 18 31539 1621373rdNo playoffs
1987-8818 1035238966 2ndNo playoffs
1988-8924 9411 22 771013rdNo playoffs
1989-9020 1127 24 85653rd first round3rd final round
2001-0224 63151574 1625thDid not qualify
2002-0336 9 42322 1001743rdDid not qualify
2003-0424 1021222901123rdDid not qualify

ReferencesEdit

  1. club profile on hockeyarenas.net

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