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03-28-2013, 08:08 AM
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I will try.

Patrik Elias - David Krejci - Jakub Voracek
Milan Michalek - Tomas Plekanec - Jaromir Jagr
Tomas Fleischmann - Martin Hanzal - Jiri Tlusty
Martin Erat - Vladimir Sobotka - Radim Vrbata

[Ales Hemsky, Petr Koukal, Roman Cervenka, Martin Havlat, Michael Frolik, Jiri Hudler, Tomas Hertl, Petr Prucha, Jiri Novotny, Jakub Petruzalek, Jakub Klepis, Martin Ruzicka ... ]

We will see how injuries goes and in which pace players will be in one year.

- If Tomas Hertl makes NHL next season he might be very interesting option for team since he's probably the most talented young player in the Czech republic, keep eye on him.
- If Jaromir Jagr will be willing to play on the Olympics, Roman Cervenka should be in the line-up. It'd be good to see once again line: Cervenka - Plekanec - Jagr which had very good success during World championship 2011. Cervenka is playing his best hockey on european ice size.

Defense will be most likely mixed of these players:
Marek Zidlicky
Jan Hejda
Ladislav Smid
Rostislav Klesla
Jakub Kindl
Roman Polak
Zbynek Michalek
Petr Caslava
Jakub Nakladal
Tomas Kaberle (maybe czech team will need him, he's still good puck-moving Dmen and for PP the only one who's like him in czech team is Zidlicky and that's not enough, but obviously if he won't play in NHL and will remain as a healthy scratch there's no chance for him)

Young players in D who might make big impact in one year:
Tomas Kundratek
Radko Gudas

Ondrej Pavelec
Alexander Salak
Petr Mrazek

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