Adrian Grygiel

Adrian Grygiel ( born August 13, 1983 in Katowice, Poland ) is a Polish-German ice hockey player who plays for Augsburger Panther in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga since November 2013.


Grygiel grew up in Kamp- Lintfort near Krefeld and began his career finally Hockey at Krefeld EV. 1999/2000, in his final junior season, the then 16 -year-old in 31 junior games could achieve 44 goals and 57 points, after which appointed him the charge of the Krefeld Penguins him before the season 2000/ 01 in the DEL squad of Rhinelander. Because of its good performance in the preparation of the winger got more probation opportunities in the DEL. Overall, it brought Grygiel in his first season on 29 missions in the DEL, in which the then 17 -year-old scored two goals and six assists. In addition, 25 missions arrived in the Oberliga Nord, for whom he scored 14 points in the season when EV Duisburg, an official partner of the Penguins.

The services shown ensured that Adrian Grygiel in the following season 2001/ 02 belonged to the tribe squad of penguins in the following season, the attacker was able to increase again and scored seven goals in 46 games and 13 points. However, in the playoffs the right shooter was rarely used since coach Butch Goring, the more defensive and more experienced players Sergei Stas and Andreas Raubal aufstellte for tactical reasons.

In the last game in the Rhineland Hall before moving into the newly built Royal Palace in 2004/ 05 achieved Grygiel in the game against Adler Mannheim recent hits in the old stadium. For the 2006/07 season, the striker moved to the Sinupret Ice Tigers. On April 2, 2012, he announced that he will change for 2012/13 season to the Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg. After a season with three goals and five assists in 50 games Grygiel was released in the summer of 2013 the Wolfsburg and it is negotiating a release from his current contract until 2014. After Grygiel first fit held at EV Duisburg and finally also completed six games for the Oberliga West, pledged him in November 2013, the Augsburger Panther, which thus responded to a number of key players due to injury failures.


For the German junior national teams Adrian Grygiel contested the U18 World Championships in 2001 and the U20 World Cup in 2002 and 2003.

Career Stats

( Key to Career statistics: Sp or GP = Games Played, T or G = goals scored, V or A = achieved assists; Pts or Pts = scored points scorer, SM or PIM = received penalty minutes, / - = Plus / Minus balance sheet; PP = scored majority gates; SH = scored shorthanded goals, GW = achieved victory gates; Play-downs/Relegation 1 )