Marek Vorel

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Marek Vorel
Date of birth August 27, 1977
place of birth Brno , Czechoslovakia
size 182 cm
Weight 90 kg
position striker
Shot hand Right
Career stations
until 1997 HC Kometa Brno
1997-1999 HC Kladno
1999-2003 HC Znojemští Orli
2003-2004 Ilves Tampere
2004-2005 HC Znojemští Orli
2005-2006 HC Lasselsberger Plzeň
HC Pardubice
2006-2007 HC Slovan Bratislava
2007-2009 HK tractor Chelyabinsk
2009 HC Kometa Brno
2009-2011 HC Košice
2012 Kassel Huskies

Marek Vorel (born August 27, 1977 in Brno , Czechoslovakia ) is a former Czech ice hockey player who last played with the Kassel Huskies in the ice hockey league .


Marek Vorel began his career as a hockey player in his hometown in the youth department of HC Kometa Brno , for whose professional team he made his debut in the Czech extra league in the 1995/96 season . In his rookie year he rose with his team in the first division , the second Czech division. In this, the attacker achieved his breakthrough in professional hockey in the 1996/97 season , when he scored 34 scorer points, including 21 goals, in 51 games for HC Kometa. From 1997 to 1999 he was under contract with HC Kladno from the Extraliga, while at the same time he continued to play for HC Kometa Brno in the 1st division. In addition, he came in the 1997/98 season to seven missions for Kladnos Extraliga rivals HC Zlín and prepared three goals. From 1999 to 2003 Vorel was under contract with the Extraliga participant HC Znojemští Orli , where he developed into a regular player in the Czech Republic's top ice hockey league.

For the 2003/04 season he moved to other European countries for the first time, where he joined Ilves Tampere from the Finnish SM-liiga . After a season in Northern Europe, he returned to HC Znojemští Orli. The 2005/06 season began with the former national player at HC Lasselsberger Plzeň and ended at HC Pardubice . For the 2006/07 season Vorel was signed by the Slovak top club HC Slovan Bratislava , with whom he was Slovak champion straight away . He contributed to this success with 42 scorer points, including 14 goals, in a total of 65 games. Thereupon the HK tractor Chelyabinsk from the Russian Super League became aware of him. At HK tractor he was able to convince in the 2007/08 season with 26 points scorer, eleven of them goals, in a total of 59 games. He then stayed in Chelyabinsk during the 2008/09 season , the premier season of the Continental Hockey League .

For the 2009/10 season Vorel returned to his hometown club HC Kometa Brno, which in the meantime had been promoted to the Extraliga. After only 14 appearances, he left the club in late October 2009 to join HC Košice , with whom he won the Slovak championship at the end of the season. He was able to repeat this success with Košice in the 2010/11 season .

At the end of December 2011, Vorel signed a contract with the Kassel Huskies in the ice hockey league before ending his professional career in 2012.


For the Czech Republic , Vorel took part in the U18 European Junior Championship in 1995 and in the Euro Hockey Tour in 2003 .

Achievements and Awards


Seasons Games Gates Assists Points Penalty minutes
KHL main round 1 18th 1 3 4th 16
KHL playoffs 1 2 0 0 0 0
Super League main round 1 56 11 14th 25th 64
Super League Playoffs 1 3 0 1 1 2
SM liiga main round 1 56 3 7th 10 18th
SM liiga playoffs 1 7th 1 0 1 6th
Extraliga (Slovakia) main round 3 129 24 64 88 180
Extraliga (Slovakia) playoffs 3 44 8th 15th 23 62
Extraliga (Czech Republic) main round 10 380 64 94 158 247
Extraliga (Czech Republic) playoffs 3 18th 3 7th 10 22nd
Extraliga (Czech Republic) delegation 1 6th 2 3 5 0

(Status: end of the 2010/11 season)

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