Daniel Servik

Daniel Servik

Norwegian ice hockey player, defenseman
Date of Birth: 11.03.1990
Country: Norway

  1. Biography of Daniel Sorvik
  2. Early Career
  3. Time at Vålerenga
  4. Moving to Kusnacht Lions
  5. International Career

Biography of Daniel Sorvik

Daniel Sorvik is a Norwegian ice hockey player who currently plays as a defenseman for the Kusnacht Lions in the Swiss National League B (NLB). He is also a former participant in the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Early Career

Sorvik began his hockey career with the Furuset team, playing three seasons in the Norwegian Elite League. During his time with Furuset, he helped the team reach the playoffs twice. However, after the 2008/2009 season, Furuset was relegated from the top division, prompting Sorvik to seek a new team.

Time at Vålerenga

In the summer of 2009, Sorvik signed a contract with Vålerenga, the reigning champions of Norway. He served as an assistant captain starting from the 2010/2011 season. Despite his efforts, Sorvik was unable to win the Norwegian championship during his six seasons with Vålerenga.

Moving to Kusnacht Lions

After the 2014/2015 season, which was his most successful in terms of points, Sorvik made the decision to join the Kusnacht Lions in the second-tier Swiss league. This move offered him a new challenge and the opportunity to further develop his skills.

International Career

Sorvik represented Norway in various international competitions. He competed in the 2006 Junior World Championship and played for the senior national team in the elite group of the World Championships in 2013, 2014, and 2015. In 2014, Sorvik was part of the Norwegian team at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, although he served as a reserve player. He only saw ice time in one game against Finland, playing for less than five minutes.