Wiktoria Sikorska has made a huge career moving by signing in Sweden with Göteborg HC. Göteborg HC plays in the Svenska damhockeyligan (SDHL). The SDHL is the best women’s league in Sweden. The 17-year-old is the first Polish player to appear in the league. Kamila Wieczorek did play in Sweden’s Division 1, which is just below the SDHL.
Sikorska mostly played in the top Czechia women’s league last season. In her third year with SK Karvina, she recorded 21 points (11-10-21) in 11 games. This ranked fifth in the league overall, and the second by any under 18 player in the league. Sikorska also played five games in EWHL for Poland’s Silesia Brackens, where she posted three assists.
Sikorska also represented the Polish U18 squad at various events, including the division 1B IIHF U18 World Championships. At the Olympic Hopes tournament, she was Poland’s best player. She scored three goals, including two highlight-reel ones. At the IIHF U18s, she recorded four points (3-1-4) in 5 games. This was down from her ten points the previous year. She did post 33 shots, an average of 6.6 shots per game. Sikorska will be able to represent Poland at the U18s one more time next year, and every opponent should be scared.