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Czech Republic

  • Year of foundation: 1908
  • Colours: red, white, blue
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Czech Ice Hockey Association
    Prvniho pluku 621/8a
    186 00 Prague 8
    Czech Republic
  • Phone: +420 2 2 489 1470
  • Fax: +420 2 3 333 6096
  • Email: office@cslh.cz
  • WWW: http://www.czehockey.cz/
 

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Season 2010-2011

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Recent gamesseason 2010-2011
Apr. 21 11 | 18:10Finland - Czech Republic1-2
Apr. 23 11 | 14:00Czech Republic - Russia6-3
Apr. 24 11 | 18:00Czech Republic - Sweden2-4
Current rosterseason 2010-2011
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GMiroslav Kopřiva05.12.1983192 cm94 kgleft
GOndrej Pavelec31.08.1987190 cm91 kgleft
GAlexander Salak05.01.1987186 cm86 kgleft
GMarek Schwarz01.04.1986180 cm86 kgright
GJakub Stepanek20.06.1986187 cm77 kgleft
DMichal Barinka12.06.1984192 cm102 kgleft
DMiroslav Blatak25.05.1982182 cm78 kgleft
DPetr Caslava03.09.1979194 cm100 kgleft
DPetr Gregorek25.05.1978180 cm87 kgleft
DJakub Jerabek12.05.1991182 cm86 kgleft
DLukas Krajicek11.03.1983188 cm94 kgleft
DMartin Lojek19.08.1985195 cm105 kgright
RDRadek Martinek31.08.1976186 cm92 kgleft
DTomas Mojzis02.05.1982184 cm87 kgleft
DJakub Nakladal30.12.1987187 cm90 kgright
DOndrej Nemec18.04.1984182 cm90 kgright
DFilip Novak07.05.1982182 cm82 kgleft
DKarel Rachunek27.08.1979187 cm91 kgright
DMartin Sevc23.09.1981180 cm80 kgleft
DMartin Skoula28.10.1979190 cm101 kgleft
DLukas Zib24.02.1977184 cm90 kgright
FMartin Adamsky13.07.1981188 cm92 kgleft
CJan Bulis18.03.1978180 cm87 kgleft
CRoman Cervenka10.12.1985181 cm85 kgleft
CMilan Gulas30.12.1985178 cm78 kgright
RWMartin Havlat19.04.1981183 cm80 kgleft
CPetr Hubacek02.09.1979184 cm90 kgright
FZbynek Irgl29.11.1980179 cm83 kgright
RWJaromir Jagr15.02.1972189 cm104 kgleft
FPeter Jánský03.05.1985188 cm89 kgleft
FLukas Kaspar23.09.1985189 cm97 kgleft
FJakub Klepis05.06.1984186 cm95 kgright
FLukas Klimek14.11.1986187 cm86 kgleft
FPetr Koukal16.08.1982177 cm79 kgleft
FJan Kovář20.03.1990180 cm85 kgleft
CKamil Kreps18.11.1984189 cm88 kgright
LWMarek Kvapil05.01.1985178 cm78 kgleft
RWDavid Květoň03.01.1988180 cm81 kgleft
FJan Marek31.12.1979179 cm81 kgright
RWMilan Michalek07.12.1984188 cm102 kgleft
CJiri Novotny12.08.1983188 cm97 kgright
FPetr Prucha14.09.1982178 cm78 kgright
FIvan Rachunek06.07.1981174 cm80 kgleft
FTomas Rolinek17.02.1980177 cm84 kgleft
FMartin Ruzicka15.12.1985181 cm79 kgright
FPetr Vampola21.01.1982184 cm91 kgleft
CJosef Vasicek12.09.1980194 cm91 kgleft
FMichal Vondrka17.05.1982185 cm90 kgright
RWJakub Voracek15.08.1989187 cm85 kgleft
CPetr Vrana29.03.1985180 cm78 kgleft

* no longer in the club

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Finland wins U20 tournament in Jönköping

The Finnish U20 team won a 4-nation tournament in Jönköping, Sweden the past weekend. They started off with a 2-1 shootout win to Russia and continued with 5-1 aganist Sweden and 7-1 against Czech Republic. Sweden finished second beating the Czechs 7-2 and the Russians 2-1. Russia beat Czech Republic 7-0 to finsih third.

Finland's Jesse Puljujärvi scored 3+3 points to finish as top scorer of the tournament in Kinnarps Arena.

(01 Sep 2014)
 

World Championship quarter-finals

The quarter-final match-ups of the World Championship in Minsk is now decided after the group stage has ended. USA will play Czech Republic in the first game. Then follow Russia-France, Canada-Finland and Sweden-Belarus. All four will be played on Thursday.

(20 May 2014)
 

Russia and Czech Republic replace injured players

Avangard Omsk forward Sergei Kalinin replaces injured Andrei Loktionov in the Russian roster at the 2014 World Championships in Minsk. Loktionov left the team because of a shoulder injury suffered during opening game against Switzerland.

Charlotte Checkers defender Michal Jordan will replace Roman Polak in Czech Republic making his debut at World Championship. also Polak suffered a shoulder injury

(11 May 2014)
 

Martin Erat for Sobotka

Czech Republic Federation announced the name of player to replace injured Vladimir Sobota in the roster for Olympics: it's Washington Capitals Martin Erat. The 32-years-old will play his third Olympics after Turin and Vancouver

(05 Feb 2014)
 

No Olympics for Sobotka

St. Louis Blues and Czech Republic forward Vladimir Sobotka suffered a knee injury (fractured patella)82 seconds before the end of the match against Carolina Hurricanes and will miss Olympic Games in Sochi, the first one for twenty-six years-old player. In this season Sobotka has 25 points (7 goals and 18 assists) in 46 games. Coach Alois Hadamczik will decide the name of the substitute next week before departure to Sochi. Calgary Flames' Jiri Hudler is the main candidate

(02 Feb 2014)
 

Plutnar under review

The IIHF Disciplinary Panel is conducting an official review of an incident in the Canada-Czech Republic game at the World Junior Championship in Malmö involving Czech defenceman Michal Plutnar who brought down linesman Eduard Metalnikov.

Update: Plutnar will be suspended for one game.

(29 Dec 2013)
 

Three times Russia

The Russian women's team beat Czech Republic three times. Today's game was won 6-1 while they won 3-2 on Friday and 2-1 on Saturday.

(13 Aug 2013)
 

Preparing for Hlinka Memorial

Two U18 exhibition games were played today as preparation for the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial that is played August 5-10.

USA beat Czech Republic 1-0 and Canada beat Slovakia 3-1.

(03 Aug 2013)
 

Russia wins U19 tournament

The Russian U19 team won a 4-nations tournament in Trnava, Slovakia this week. They beat Czech Republic 3-1, Finland 5-3 and Slovakia 5-1.

(13 Apr 2013)
 

Changes in Czech roster for Oddset Hockey Games

Czech coach Alois Hadamczik was forced to make roster adjustments for upcoming Oddset Hockey Games: forward Lukas Pech (flu) and defender Zdenek Kutlák (ankle injury) are out, replaced by Tomáš Mojžíš (Slovan Bratislava) and Ivan Rachůnek (Sparta Praha)

(05 Feb 2013)
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Belarus and Switzerland win opening games at Arosa Challenge

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Russia and Sweden win Channel One Cup openers

Alexei Yeryomenko shut out Finland when Russia beat Finland 2-0 in Sochi. Sweden came back from 0-3 to beat Czech Republic 6-4 in Prague. Read more»

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