Darcy Werenka

Darcy Werenka ( born May 13, 1973 in Edmonton, Alberta ) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player with Austrian citizenship, which is since 2011 when the Dragons de Rouen in France's Ligue Magnus under contract.

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Hockey plays Darcy Werenka since 1989. In his early years he played in various teams in North America, before he came to Europe. There he was back at the Vienna EV. He then played in the United States in the Utah Grizzlies.

In 2000 he came but then again to Europe, first to Finland in 2001 to Schwenningen. He then went to Cologne and ultimately back to Vienna. In 2005 he was appointed captain of the Vienna team, not least because of its fair play. As "Sir," the team he goes for the other players as an example. He is currently playing his fifth season with the Vienna Capitals and had signed a three -year contract with the Viennese before the 2007/ 08 season.

For the season 2010/11 he moved to the EC Graz 99ers. This he left after a year and joined the 2011/12 season the Dragons de Rouen from the French Ligue Magnus on.

In January 2013, hired the "Sir" in the third highest Austrian league in Kapfenberg Bulls and is considered hopefuls around the playoff collection to create yet.


On 16 April 2008 he received the Austrian citizenship and completed on the same day, at the Ice Hockey World Championship Division I, his first game for the Austrian national team, where he was immediately named the most valuable player of the evening.

Awards and achievements

  • 2005 Austrian Champion with the Vienna Capitals
  • 2012 IIHF Continental Cup win with the Dragons de Rouen


  • 2008 promotion to the top division at the World Championships Division I
  • 2010 promotion to the top division at the World Championships Division I