2009-10: Raman Hrabarenka played for the Philadelphia Revolution in the Eastern Junior Hockey League as a 17-year-old in his first season in North America. He scored 4 goals with 5 assists and had 59 penalty minutes in 32 games. Hrabarenka was selected by Cape Breton in the first round (36th overall) of the 2010 CHL Import Draft.
2010-11: Hrabarenka played 50 games for Cape Breton in his first QMJHL season. He scored 2 goals with 7 assists and was -25 with 68 penalty minutes. The Screaming Eagles made the playoffs despite winning just 18 games and finishing last in the Maritimes Division with the league’s third-worst record. Hrabarenka had no points and 8 penalty minutes and was -8 in the four-games series with eventual Memorial Cup champion Saint John.
2011-12: Hrabarenka returned to Cape Breton for a second QMJHL season and was traded mid-season to Drummondville. He played for Belarus in the 2012 IIHF World Championship and U20 Division 1 Group A World Junior Championship tournaments. Hrabarenka skated in 30 games for Cape Breton before the January trade and scored 1 goal with 5 assists and was -6 with the Screaming Eagles. Skating with the Voltigeurs he scored 3 goals with 11 assists in 27 games and was -1 with 29 penalty minutes. Drummondville was third in the West Division and was swept by Quebec in a first-round playoff series. Hrabarenka shared the team lead with 2 goals in the series, both on the power play, and was -9 with 1 assist with 6 penalty minutes. He had 1 assist and was -1 in seven games for 14th-place Belarus at the World Championship and scored 2 goals with 2 assists finishing +10 as the U20 team finished second to Germany in the D1A WJC.
2012-13: Hrabarenka went to camp with New Jersey affiliate Albany in October and was signed to an AHL contract. He also skated for Belarus in the 2013 IIHF World Championship for the second time. Hrabarenka played 34 AHL games as a 20-year-old and was +1 with 1 goal, 4 assists and 18 penalty minutes. Albany missed the AHL playoffs after finishing fourth in the Northeast Division. In seven games at the World Championship he had 1 assist and was -1 with 2 penalty minutes. Hrabarenka signed a three-year entry-level contract with New Jersey in July, 2013.
Hrabarenka’s uses his size to take away the boards from on-rushing players. He will position himself between the puck and the net to take away shooting space. He’s willing to lay out to block shots as well.
Hrabarenka surprised many with his consistent play on both ends of the ice. He not only punished the puck carrier in his own zone but also produced from the blue line. With the many graduations, there is a good chance he stays in Albany's top four.