|Date of birth||March 27, 1985|
|place of birth||Toronto , Ontario , Canada|
|2003-2007||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|since 2012||Nippon Paper Cranes|
Oren Eizenman (born March 27, 1985 in Toronto , Ontario ) is an Israeli - Canadian ice hockey player who has been under contract with Nippon Paper Cranes in the Asia League Ice Hockey since August 2012 . His older brother Alon is also a professional ice hockey player.
Oren Eizenman began his career as a hockey player with the Wexford Raiders, for which he was active in the Canadian Ontario Junior Hockey League in the 2002/03 season . Then the attacker played for four years for the team of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute , with the first two seasons in the summer break in the Israeli ice hockey league for the team from Haifa, the Haifa Hawks . In the 2007/08 season , the left shooter made his professional ice hockey debut for the Fresno Falcons from the ECHL , but also played in the American Hockey League for the Milwaukee Admirals and Worcester Sharks . In the 2008-09 season , the Israeli national team changed hands several times between different Minor League - franchises , where he for the Fresno Falcons and Stockton Thunder and in the ECHL Manitoba Moose , San Antonio Rampage and the Milwaukee Admirals in the AHL took.
In the 2009/10 season Eizenmann played for Stockton Thunder in the ECHL after he had not signed a higher-class team during the summer break. His good performance for Stockton meant that Eizenman was promoted to the Milwaukee Admirals in the AHL before the end of the season. He also spent a large part of the following season in the ECHL, where he went on the ice for the Elmira Jackals . In the AHL he played three times for the Syracuse Crunch and otherwise regularly for their league rivals Connecticut Whale .
For the 2011/12 season Eizenman was signed by the South Korean club High1 from the Asia League Ice Hockey . For the following season he signed a contract with the Japanese league competitor Nippon Paper Cranes .
For Israel , Eizenman took part in the World Championships of Division II in 2004 , 2005 , 2013 and 2014, and Division I in 2006 . As the top scorer and top scorer in Group B, he played a key role in Israel's first ascent to Division I in 2005. When the Israelis rose from Group B to Division I in their A-Group in 2013, he scored eight goals and ten assists As the tournament's second-best scorer behind compatriot Daniel Erlich , he was voted the best player on his team.
Achievements and Awards
- 2005 Promotion to Division I at the World Championship Division II, Group B
- 2005 Topscorer of the World Championship Division II, Group B
- 2005 World Cup Division II, Group B top scorer
- 2013 Promotion to Division II, Group A, at the World Cup Division II, Group B
|AHL regular season||4th||82||6th||9||15th||16|
|ECHL regular season||4th||148||58||104||162||151|
|ALIH Regular Season||2||69||35||66||101||88|
(Status: end of the 2012/13 season)
- Oren Eizenman at hockeydb.com (English)
- Oren Eizenman at eurohockey.com
- Oren Eizenman at eliteprospects.com (English)
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Israeli-Canadian ice hockey player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 27, 1985|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Toronto , Ontario , Canada|