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Uploaded By: PRESIDENT on July 22nd, 2017

Milan Kužela "Gulino" - Born April 27, 1946 in Bratislava, Slovakia (Czechoslovakia) is a Slovak / Czech ice Hockey defenceman.

Kužela was the only Slovakian ice Hockey player in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, playing 86 games, scoring 5 goals.

Kužela played 25 seasons for the HC Slovan Bratislava team, of which 16 were in the highest Hockey competition (1966-1981, 1982-1983) while also playing one season for HK Bučina Zvolen (1981/82). He played 532 matches in the Czechoslovak ice Hockey league, scoring 62 goals.

In 1973, Kužela was declared the best right defender of the Czechoslovak ice Hockey league, and was Captain of the Slovan Bratislava Championship Team in the 1978/79 Czechoslovak Ice Hockey League season.

Kužela played for the 1972 World Ice Hockey Championship team, 1973 Bronze medal, 1974 Silver medal, 1979 Silver medal.

In 1983/84, Kužela was a playing coach for HK Nové Zámky, 1985 - coach of class I, 1984/85 - playing coach HK Piešťany, HC Burgau (Germany) - play coach (1992 - end of active player), coach of Slovan and Danubie Bratislava, work in Switzerland (HC Saasgrund) and last time in Italy.

Milan Kužela was inducted into the Hall of Fame of Slovak Ice Hockey in 2004.


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