After signing many foreign hockey stars, Medveščak strengthened their squad with four young domestic players. Luka Jarčov, Vilim Rosandić, Bruno Fičur and Bruno Kegalj will represent Medveščak in EBEL next season.
20-year-old left winger Luka Jarčov signed for Medveščak after five years spent in KHL Zagreb. Jarčov already played for Medveščak as a loaned player in EBJL and EBYSL where he racked up 53 goals and 73 assists in 106 appearences. Jarčov represented KHL Zagreb in Croatian and Slovenian Championship and made 34 appearences at the international level for Croatia.
His biggest success came two years ago when Jarčov was one of the best players in Medveščak's campaign to the final of EBYSL.
Only six days younger goalie Vilim Rosandić came to Medveščak from Detva where he managed to win Slovakian second division last year. Rosandić started his career in Nitra where he played for under 18 and under 20 teams before he moved to Banska Bystrica where he debuted in strong Slovak Extraliga. Two years ago Rosandić was awarded as the best goalie of Slovakian under 20 Championship.
Same as Jarčov, Rosandić is playing for Croatia at the international level. He is the first goalie announced to play for Medveščak next season.
Defensman Bruno Kegalj is the oldest one from domestic quartet. In his young career, Kegalj played for Banska Bystrica, KHL Zagreb and Medveščak. In his only season at Banska Bystrica he made 41 appearence for under 18 and under 20 teams. Throughout his spell with KHL Zagreb Kegalj represented the club in Croatian and Slovenian Championship.
Kegalj played for Medveščak in EBYSL and scored 14 goals assisting 44 times in his 146 appearences. He is also part of Croatian national team.
19-year-old Bruno Fičur represented KHL Mladost and Medveščak in his career. For Medveščak he collected 22 points in 53 appearences in EBYSL, while he played in Croatian and Slovenian Championship for KHL Mladost. Fičur is curently a member of under 20 Croatian national team.