Radek Vít

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Flag of the Czech Republic and Germany.svg  Radek Vít Ice hockey player
Date of birth 19th November 1974
place of birth Plzeň , Czechoslovakia
size 182 cm
Weight 83 kg
position center
Shot hand Right
Career stations
until 1993 Augsburg EV
1993-1995 Frankfurt Lions
1995-1998 ES white water
1998-2000 EHC Neuwied
2000-2003 Heilbronn EC
2003-2004 Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg
2005-2005 ETC Crimmitschau
2005-2006 Foxes Duisburg
2006-2007 Dresden Ice Lions
2007-2008 Polar bears Regensburg

Radek Vít (born November 19, 1974 in Plzeň , Czechoslovakia ) is a former German- Czech ice hockey player .


Radek Vít learned how to use puck and stick at Augsburg EV and played in the AEV junior team in the 1991/92 season. In the following season he was a member of the 2nd Bundesliga squad of the AEV and scored his first goal as a professional. Since his family moved to Frankfurt, Vít moved within the 2nd Bundesliga to the Frankfurt ESC and established himself there. In the 1993/94 season , the ESC team was eliminated in the play-off semi- finals, but was nevertheless accepted into the newly founded DEL under the new name Frankfurt Lions . In the first DEL year for the Frankfurt team, Vít celebrated his DEL debut (a total of 31 games), but also played 18 games for the Frankfurt juniors, where he played with his brother Pavel .

He spent his second DEL season at the Spielgemeinschaft Weißwasser / Chemnitz , where he played with Jan Tabor and Sebastian Klenner , among others . After a year in the DEL, the syndicate withdrew to what was then the 1st League South (the Hacker-Pschorr League) for financial reasons . After three years in Weißwasser Radek Vít moved for the 1999/00 season only to EHC Neuwied and after its game operations to Heilbronner EC . He played a total of four years in Heilbronn, the 2001/02 season being the most successful with 52 scorer points.

For the 2003/04 season he then moved to EHC Wolfsburg, with whom he was able to celebrate promotion to the DEL in the promotion round with a 6: 3 success at the Landshut Cannibals . In the final round, Radek Vít was the top scorer for Wolfsburg (including a hat-trick in the final), but was not found to be suitable for the DEL and was therefore not given a contract extension. This prompted him to hire the Eispiraten from Crimmitschau , where he had a convincing playing time (mostly played as center with Andreas Kleinheinz and Tobias Wörle , sometimes as a winger with Eric Schneider and Garrett Bembridge in a row), which ultimately resulted in a contract with him DEL newcomer Füchse Duisburg brought in. In Duisburg he had to struggle with several injuries and was therefore more of a supplementary player than service provider, but still got a contract for the 2006/07 DEL season .

In preparation for the season, Radek Vít was in the Füchse squad, but is said to have had a dispute with Duisburg's main shareholder Ralf Pape, who then threw him out of the squad. The EHC Wolfsburg would have liked to sign its former heroes of the rise, but the Grizzlies had no more leeway in their budget. This enabled him to be signed by the ESC Dresden and the move to Dresden went quickly on the stage. This was the first time in more than ten years that Radek Vit played in a team with his brother Pavel, who was a year younger than him.

At the Eislöwen, he met Marek Mastič , Rudolf Wolf and David Musial on three actors with whom he was promoted to the DEL in 2004. In Dresden he either played together with his brother Pavel and Robert Brezina in a series, or with David Musial and Daniel Menge . After the sporting descent with the Dresdner Eislöwen in the upper league , he was taken under contract by the Eisbären Regensburg. Due to a shoulder injury in the summer of 2008, he stayed without a club in the 2008/09 season and instead worked as a trainer for the “Young Grizzly” school team at EHC Wolfsburg during rehabilitation. Since May 2011 he has been the trainer of the CRE Salzgitter Icefighters , the men's team of the sports club on the Salzgittersee.

In the summer he keeps fit with inline hockey and in the summer he played a. a. with the ex-ice lion Jan Welke (now Hanover Indians ) with the Rolling Vipers from Braunschweig in the IHL-Bundesliga .

Career statistics

season team league Sp T V Pt SM
1992/93 Augsburg EV 2nd BL 26th 1 3 4th 2
1993/94 Frankfurt ESC 2nd BL 51 6th 10 16 18th
1994/95 Frankfurt Lions DEL 37 1 0 1 10
1995/96 Foxes Saxony DEL 48 7th 10 17th 28
1996/97 ES white water 1. LS 52 21st 35 56 38
1997/98 ES white water 1. LS 58 28 35 63 100
1998/99 EHC Neuwied 2nd BL 56 16 29 45 40
1999/2000 EHC Neuwied 2nd BL 28 13 18th 31 28
1999/2000 Heilbronn falcon 2nd BL 22nd 5 9 14th 10
2000/01 Heilbronn falcon 2nd BL 49 19th 20th 39 62
2001/02 Heilbronn falcon 2nd BL 51 19th 33 52 44
2002/03 Heilbronn falcon 2nd BL 50 12 19th 31 26th
2003/04 Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg 2nd BL 58 17th 26th 43 62
2004/05 ETC Crimmitschau 2nd BL 50 24 12 36 74
2005/06 Foxes Duisburg DEL 36 5 4th 9 59
2006/07 Dresden Ice Lions 2nd BL 56 11 20th 31 86
2007/08 Polar bears Regensburg 2nd BL 46 10 19th 29 82
2011/12 CRE Salzgitter Icefighters RL north 2 0 2 2 6th

( Legend for player statistics: Sp or GP = games played; T or G = goals scored; V or A = assists scored ; Pkt or Pts = scorer points scored ; SM or PIM = penalty minutes received ; +/− = plus / minus balance; PP = overpaid goals scored ; SH = underpaid goals scored ; GW = winning goals scored; 1  play-downs / relegation )

Web links

Individual evidence

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