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October 6, 2022

Hall of Fame award for a Romanian Hockey player

Romanian Hockey player Doru Tureanu was given the Hall of Fame award by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) in a recent ceremony in Bratislava, the IIHF official website informs. Tureanu was arguably the best Romanian forward during a period of almost two decades when Romanian ice hockey was at its best. A star for the perennial national champion Dinamo Bucharest between 1971 and 1987, Tureanu was the key element of the Romanian national team forming its top offensive line with Marian Costea and Dumitru Axinte. Doru Tureanu was ill and unable to attend the induction, but he was represented by the president of the Romanian Ice Hockey Federation, Barna Tanczos.

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