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Juraj Mikus (b. February 22nd 1987 in Skalica, Slovakia) is a forward who plays in the QMJHL for the Chicoutimi Saguenéens.

Having caught the eye of HK 36 Skalica's head coach Ivan Cerny by his strong play with the club's midget squad, he decided to promote him along with the seniors in 2004-05. At first he spent more time on the bench than anywhere else, but as Skalica had an awful season and players like Zigmund Pálffy and Miroslav Zalesak left for stronger Czech clubs, Mikus and the other rookies on the team were given more ice time. He took part in 46 games with the senior squad, notching 6 goals and as many assists. All in all, in that season, Mikus played 79 games with Skalica's senior, U20 and U18 teams together, a record in Europe. He choose to stay in Slovakia, declining the opportunity of joining a Canadian Hockey League team, since he was pro in the Slovak Extraliga and was paid accordingly. He however joined Chicoutimi for 2006-07.

Mikus was a potent weapon on the junior Slovak National Team at the 2005 World Junior Championship with 6 assists.

References

  • Mikus' profile on hockeysfuture.com

This article uses material from the "Juraj Mikus" article on the Ice Hockey wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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