Now to part three of my updates on Polish players playing outside of Poland. This time Germany and France
Miłosz Kuszyński. Age:15. Forward. Team: ECC Preussen Juniors Berlin U16
Milosz played last season with MKS Sokoly Torun U18. This year with the Berlin u16 he has 2 goals and 3 assist in 9 games.
Łukasz Malcher. Age:14. Forward. Team: ES Weißwasser U16
Lukasz has had one assist in 24 games this year along with 45 penalty minutes.
Oskar Walczuch. Age: 15. Defenseman. Team: ESC Moskitos Essen U16 and U19
Oskar has had a great year with ESC Moskitos Essen with 9 goals and 10 assists in 14 games at the u16 level and also playing 3 games at the U19 level in DNL 2.
Damian Zlotnik. Age: 14. Forward. Team: Iserlohner EC U16 II
In 8 games this year Damian has 4 goals and 2 assists.
Dawid Dziambor. Age: 15. Defenseman. Team: Jungadler Mannheim U16
In total, he has 1 goal and 3 assist in 15 games. Dawid has both German and Polish citizenship.
Adam Kiedewicz. Age: 15. Forward. Team: Kölner EC U16
Kiedewicz has excelled this year with 15 goals and 20 assists in 26 games good for a 1.35ppg. In the upcoming years, he will be on the Polish National Junior team’s radar.
Daniel Bozinis. Age:16. Forward. Team: ECC Preussen Juniors Berlin U19
In 25 games this year, Daniel has 3 goals and 7 assist with 36 penalty minutes. Keep an eye on him he could develop into a really good player.
Piotr Paweł Ciechanowski. Age:16. Forward. Team: ES Weißwasser U19
Piotr has dominated the DNL2 this year. Piotr has 32 goals and 28 assists in 36 games. Which is good for 8th in the league. Piotr should get a chance to play for Poland at the U18s.
League: Germany 3
Noureddine Bettahar. Age: 21. Right Wing. Team: Füchse Duisburg
Bettahar was the captain for Poland at the u18s in 2011-12. In 40 games he has 11 goals and 22 assists.
Jakub Więcki. Age: 27. Forward. Team: Blue Devils Weiden
Wiecki has represented Poland twice once at the u18s and once at the u20s. In 36 games he has 13 goals and 23 assist which puts him at a point per game.
League: DEL 2
Adam Borzecki. Age: 37 Defenseman. Team: Bietigheim Steelers
Borzecki’s career is coming to an end but in this century, he has been one of the best for Poland. Representing Poland at the World Championships 7 times, 5 times at junior events, two times for Olympic Qualification, and at many other international events. In 50 games this year he has 2 goals and 14 assists.
Paweł Dronia. Age:26. Defenseman. Team: Fischtown Penguins
Dronia is part of the future of Poland’s defense. In 48 games he has 7 goals and 24 assists along with a plus 35 ratings. Dronia was missed at last year’s worlds and should be a huge part of this year’s team and the team that will try to advance to the Olympics in September.
League: France 2
Jakub Wanacki. Age:24. Defenseman. Team: Anglet
Wanacki is another huge part of Poland’s defense. This year Wanacki decided to leave Poland and signed in France. In 21 games he has 2 goals and 5 assists.
Przemyslaw Odrobny. Age:30. Goalie. Team: Morzine-Avoriaz-Les Gets
Odrobny is a human highlight reel and could steal any game. In 26 games this year with Morzine-Avoriaz-Les, he has a GAA of 3.98 and an SV% of .895. In two games at the Olympic Qualification, he had a GAA of 0.48 and an SV% .987.