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Zsuzsa Révész from Debrecen also travels to the Women’s Ice Hockey World Championships in Canada

Zsuzsa Révész from Debrecen also travels to the Women’s Ice Hockey World Championships in Canada

World Cup program for the Hungarian national team (according to Central European Time):
April 7, 1:00 a.m.: Hungary and France
April 8, 17.00: Hungary-Sweden
April 10, 5 p.m.: Hungary-Finland
April 11, 5 p.m.: Hungary-Germany

Goalkeepers: Bianca Bugatti (HKB), Anico Nemeth (MC Budapest), Zsuzsa Revész (DEAC JA)
Defenders: Becker Taylor (Canadian team Montreal), Vagias Lila (HKB), Case-Simon Francisca (HKB), Knee Sara (Kalpa, Finnish), Meyer Frosina (HKB), Nemeth Bernadette (MC Budapest), Odunuja Luti (University) . St. Thomas, American), Enikő Tóth (BJA)
Forwards: Rica Dabasi (Metropolitan Rivers, USA), Fanny Garat Gaspariks (Metropolitan Rivers, USA), Tamara Gundos (MAC Budapest), Imola Horvat (MAC Budapest), Alexandra Hosak (HKB), Kinga Jocay Zelagi (MAC Budapest), Emma Krish (Stansted College, Canadian), Regina Metzler (Ohio, Canadian), Zofia Pazmandi (Ohio, Canadian), Alexandra Ronai (Mac Budapest), Mira Serigili (University of Maine, American), Strobel Lara (HKB), Zamosvalvi Petra (HKB ), Williams Haley (Dynamo Neva, Russia)
Reserve: Boglárka Báhiczki-Tóth (MAC Budapest), Boglárka Koncz (MAC Budapest), Berta Mozolai (BJA)

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