Rafal Martynowski left the Ontario Hockey League as the Sudbury Wolves leader in points for 2004-05 with 67. Martynowski’s 31 goals that season tied him for the team lead with Bobby Chaumont (check out this previous post on Bobby Chaumont). Rafal is now a member of Cracovia is Poland’s elite league.
Rafal Martynowski played four seasons in the Ontario Hockey League from 2001-02 to 2004-05. His first two seasons were played with the Kitchener Rangers. After 14 games in his third year, Martynowsky was sent to the Sudbury Wolves. He finished out his OHL career in Sudbury.
Rafal was a member of the 2002-03 Kitchener Rangers that won the Robertson Cup as Ontario Hockey League playoff champions then went on to win the Memorial Cup as Canadian champions.
Martynowski was undrafted and found himself playing in the UHL in his first year of professional hockey. He split that season between the Richmond Riverdogs and the Quad City Mallards. The following season saw him play just two games with the Odessa Jackalopes of the Central Hockey League. In 2007-08, he put in 52 games with the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the IHL.
For the past two seasons, Rafal has been playing tier 4 hockey in Germany with Pfaffenhofen. Over those two campaigns, Martynowski has averaged over two points per game with 33 in 16 games in 2008-09 and 54 in 26 games this past season.
Ontario Hockey League grad Frantisek Bakrlik played in Poland last season but has moved on to his native Czech Republic for 2010-11 (click here to view a previous post at OHL Alumni Central on Bakrlik).