Rob looks for Czech success at U-18 WJC
After an impressive performance at the 2012 Ivan Hlinka Tournament, which the Czech Republic co-hosted alongside Slovakia, the Czech U-18 national team is off to a successful season. Not only did they manage to play tight games with elite countries back in August, their perfect team play also caused Russia to lose one of three friendly games the two countries played in mid-December.
The Under-18 team is captained by Luboš Rob, Jr., whose father, Luboš Rob, played 700 games in the Czech and Finnish elite leagues and was drafted by the New York Rangers in 1990.
The seventeen-year-old native of, and player for, ?eské Bud?jovice, the home of renowned Budweiser beer and players like Vinny Prospal and Roman Horák, is a lot like his father.… read more
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