- 2.1 International
Michal Sersen began his career as a hockey player in the junior section of the HC Slovan Bratislava, for the first team, he made his debut in the Extraliga in the season 2002/ 03. In his rookie year he was point and impunity in 17 games and was his team first Slovakian champion. Then the defender played for three years in the Canadian Junior Football League QMJHL for L' Océanic de Rimouski and the Remparts de Québec. With Rimouski he won the 2005 Coupe du Président, the QMJHL Championship. In the following season he was with the Remparts in the Memorial Cup, the championship of the Canadian Hockey League, successfully. During his time in the QMJHL, he was selected in the fifth round in the NHL Entry Draft in 2004 when a total of 130 players from the Pittsburgh Penguins, where he subsequently received however no contract.
From 2006 to 2010 was Sersen with his former club HC Slovan Bratislava in the Extraliga under contract. With the Brussels residents he won in 2007 and again in 2008 the national championship and went for them in the 2008/ 09 season at European level in the Champions Hockey League game. In this he gave in four matches a template. For the season 2010/11 of the Slovak Awtomobilist Yekaterinburg from the Kontinental Hockey League was committed. In June 2011, he received a one-year contract with HC Sparta Prague in the Czech Extraliga and graduated in sequence over 50 games for Sparta, where he collected 27 points scorer. In June 2012, he moved to Prague in KHL participants HC Lev Prague, where he signed a one-year contract term.
End October Sersen from HC Lev Junior for a selection right in the KHL Draft 2013 was released to Awtomobilist Yekaterinburg, in turn, a day later transferred him to HC Slovan Bratislava. In Slovan Sersen received a contract until the end of the 2014 season / 15 campaign.
For Slovakia Sersen took part in the U18 World Youth Championship in 2003. In this, he prepared a goal in seven games. At the World Championships in 2011, he represented the first time the seniors selection of his home country and completed a game. At the tournament a year later he won the silver medal with the national team.
Awards and achievements
- 2003 Slovakian Champion with HC Slovan Bratislava
- 2005 Coupe du Président - profit with L' Océanic de Rimouski
- 2006 best plus / minus balance of the QMJHL
- 2006 QMJHL Second All- Star Team
- 2006 Memorial Cup win with the Quebec Remparts
- 2006 Memorial Cup All- Star team
- 2007 Slovakian Champion with HC Slovan Bratislava
- 2008 Slovakian Champion with HC Slovan Bratislava
- 2003 Silver medal at the U18 World Youth Championship
- 2012 Silver medal at the World Championships
(End of season 2010/11)