Hungary: Mol Liga

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  1. kabidjan18

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    I hear Vienna is putting a farmteam in the Mol Liga so I wanted to hear other opinions on the topic. I think it's a great idea, a lot of the kids don't get much time in the EBEL team and the Mol Liga offers solid competition. The EBYSL unfortunately isn't an adequate league for even a lot of the U17s and U18s, the Mol Liga is a great place to develop and I know Szekesferhaver also has a farmteam there so it'll be competitive.
     
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    Makes sense. Vienna is close to many of the teams and the quality of competition is likely stronger compared to the Alps league.

    There was also word that Ljubljana and a Ukrainian team were inquiring about participating in the MOL Liga as well.
     
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    MOL is no longer sponsoring Hungarian hockey. Erste Bank will take over sponsorship for at least the next three years. Teams participating this year:

    ASC Corona 2010 Brassó
    SC Csíkszereda
    Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák
    DVTK Jegesmedvék
    EV Vienna Capitals
    Fehérvári Titánok
    Ferencvárosi Torna Club
    MAC Budapest
    UTE
     

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