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Bohumil Steigenhöfer

Full name: Bohumil Steigenhöfer
Gender: Male
Born: March 1, 1905 in Zbraslav, Hlavní město Praha, Czech Republic
Died: June 6, 1989 in Písek, Jihočeský kraj, Czech Republic
Affiliations: Slavia Praha, Praha (CZE)
Country: TCH Czechoslovakia
Sport: Ice Hockey

Biography

Bohumil Steigenhöfer played for SK Zbraslav (1923-27), Slavia Praha (1927-32, 1933-34) and LTC Praha (1932-33) before finishing his career with four seasons with SK Pisek, and in his last season, he briefly played again with SK Zbraslav. Steigenhöfer was a member of LTC when they won the national championship. He also represented Czechoslovakia at the 1930 and 1931 World Championships, and at the European Championships, winning silver in 1926 and a gold medal in 1929. Steigenhöfer was a well-known architect who designed the Stvanice Stadium, the venue of the 1933 and 1938 World Championships.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1928 Winter 22 Sankt Moritz Ice Hockey Men's Ice Hockey Czechoslovakia TCH 5T

Men's Ice Hockey

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result G AST PIM
1928 Winter 22 Sankt Moritz Ice Hockey Czechoslovakia TCH Final Standings 5T 1928-02-11 0 0 0
1928 Winter 22 Sankt Moritz Ice Hockey Czechoslovakia TCH Group B Match #1 2 1928-02-11 SWE 3, TCH 0 0
1928 Winter 22 Sankt Moritz Ice Hockey Czechoslovakia TCH Group B Match #3 1 1928-02-13 TCH 3, POL 2 0
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