Full name: Karol Wilhelm Szenajch (SchÃ¶neich)
Born: February 11, 1907 in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Died: MontrÃ©al, QuÃ©bec, Canada
Affiliations: Legia Warszawa, Warszawa (POL)
Sport: Ice Hockey
Related Olympians: Cousin of Aleksander Szenajch.
Karol Szenajch played for Legia Warszawa, winning the 1933 Polish Championship in a tie with PogoniÄ LwÃ³w. He played for Poland at three World Championships (1930-31, 1933) and was part of the team that won the 1928 World Studentsâ Championships. For the St. Moritz Winter Olympics, Szenajch was initially considered a reserve player, but he played the second game against Czechoslovakia. Nationally, he played one year for WTL Warszawa (1926-27) before joining Legia Warszawa until 1935. In 1932 he graduated from the Warszawa University of Technology with a degree in electrical engineering. When World War II broke out, Szenajch was onboard a ship returning from the World Exhibition in New York, when the ship returned to MontrÃ©al, where he stayed in exile. Szenajch died in MontrÃ©al, but the date is unknown.
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