The Black Dogs Budweis is an ice hockey team based in the city of Budweis, Czech Republic. The team was founded in 1928 and has a rich history of success in the Czech ice hockey league. The team's name, "Black Dogs," is derived from the fierce and tenacious nature of the breed, which reflects the team's style of play on the ice.
The Black Dogs Budweis are known for their strong defensive play and physicality, which makes them a formidable opponent for any team. They have a loyal fan base that supports them through thick and thin, and their home games are always packed with enthusiastic fans.
The team's colors are black and white, and their logo features a snarling black dog with a hockey stick in its mouth. The team's home arena is the Budvar Arena, which has a seating capacity of 6,000 and is known for its lively atmosphere during games.
Over the years, the Black Dogs Budweis have won numerous championships and have produced many talented players who have gone on to play in the NHL and other professional leagues around the world. They continue to be a dominant force in Czech ice hockey and are a source of pride for the city of Budweis.