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During the November IIHF international break a number of players played in the senior and junior Hungarian national teams.
The senior team took Poland, Italy and Japan in a 4 nations tournament in the Tüskecsarnok, goalie Bence Bálizs, defencemen Tamás Pozsgai, Jesse Dudás, Zsombor Garát, Bronson Kovács and forwards István Terbócs Keegan Dansereau and Krisztián Nagy were on the team. Against Poland on the opening day Dudás scored the only Hungarian goal in a 4-1 loss when scored off of a one timer to make the score 1-1.
In the second game Bence Bálizs started in net and picked up the 5-2 win for Hungary. Krisztián Nagy had a great game in which he picked up an assist as well.
Against Japan, which was a 4-3 shootout loss, Bálizs served as the backup goalie with Tamás Pozsgai scoring an absolute rocket of a goal. Jesse Dudás and István Terbócs were both credited with an assist in the game.
The U20 national team had Dávid Molnár, Nándor Fejes, Barnabás Majoross and Gergely Tóth from MAC on the roster with Antonino Sarcia making it from the academy. In the first game against France Gergely Tóth scored the opening goal of the game. In the second game against Italy which was a shootout loss Majoross helped Hungary out with two assists. In the final game which was against the host country Slovenia Dávid Molnár scored the game winning goal and Nándor Fejes had an assist on the opening goal of the game.
MAC also made a transaction during the break as they signed Hungarian national team forward Chris Bodó. Chris had started the season in DEL2 but has decided to come back to the ERSTE Liga. Bodó graduated from Mercyhurst University and came right to Hungary where he played for Fehérvár, first for the farm team and then the EBEL team, before going to Germany. Chris Bodó’ father was born in Hungary and left Budapest when he was 24.
Photo: László Mudra