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06-24-2012, 09:12 AM
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looking for the others : Martin Kohout Dominik Pokorny David Nemecek Miroslav Indrak

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+ some overager could be picked. happens every year recently.
of course
stil believe that Plutnar for example has NHL potencial and think that he could thrive next season after the season of adjustment to tough WHL in 2011/2012.

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Langhamer going to CHL according to people from Phoenix: http://coyotes.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=635982.

totally expected that.

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06-25-2012, 03:28 PM
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So I guess Slovakia actually did have the first round prospect they've been hoping for for a while now.

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06-25-2012, 03:45 PM
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I guess TSN felt like Slovakia should have some other representation than the Višňovský trade at the draft too.

Seriously though, that´s a pretty stupid mistake. If it was the other way around (having a Czech flag for Slovak player) they could make at least a bad excuse since Czech flag was Czechoslovak flag before, bzt this is just

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06-27-2012, 08:36 AM
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some interesting reading: http://www.zacha-hokej.cz/a819-svaz-...-reprezentanty

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06-27-2012, 10:46 AM
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Summary for obnoxious english speaker?

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06-27-2012, 12:39 PM
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I really like this idea by Lener to hold an U-17 Elite International Camp for the U-17 players of Russia, Finland, Sweden and us.

http://www.hokej.cz/index.php?lng=CZ...lanek&id=57523

Czechs get to play with Swedes, Russians with Finns etc. Everyone gets to try out the different styles that each nation plays and hopefully learn something from it.

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So according to CHL Import draft our biggest hopes for 2013 draft (Kostalek, Kubalik, Zdrahal) will be playing in CHL. Is that right?
It's little bit disappointing. I was hoping Kostalek and Kubalik would play in Extraliga next year.

Anyway, I guess CHL might be good for Jaskin though.

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06-27-2012, 04:06 PM
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Is someone here can give me some infos on Patrik Koys? He's been drafted by the Shawinigan Cataractes and should be playing in the QMJHL next year.

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Is someone here can give me some infos on Patrik Koys? He's been drafted by the Shawinigan Cataractes and should be playing in the QMJHL next year.
http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...d.php?t=688482

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07-06-2012, 07:57 PM
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help is on the way

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07-21-2012, 11:43 PM
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Saw this, and liked the look of it

On another note, some interesting stuff going on in Vitkovice where they are introducing some sort of skating treadmill to analyse player's skating and try to improve their technique.

http://hokej.idnes.cz/hokejovym-tren...4544_hokej_ald

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09-23-2012, 08:30 AM
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12/13 CHL season

OHL skaters
NamePositionClubGPGAPTS+/-PIMYoB
Radek FaksaCKitchener Rangers2161218+1161994
Ondřej KoptaLWNiagara IceDogs18022-561995
Dominik KubalíkLWSudbury Wolves23347-371995
Patrik MachačCBrampton Battalion244812-2101994
David NěmečekDSarnia Sting12000-581995
David SysalaCNiagara IceDogs10101-221995

QMJHL skaters
NamePositionClubGPGAPTS+/-PIMYoB
Matěj BeranLWPEI Rocket136612+3201993
Jakub CulekLWCape Breton Screaming Eagles3112051992
Martin FrkRWHalifax Mooseheads2091827+4361993
Tomáš HykaRWGatineau Olympiques2061117-161993
Jakub IžackýLWSaint John Sea Dogs20639-761993
Dmitrij JaškinLWMoncton Wildcats23181836+3281993
Jan KošťálekDRimouski Océanic19235+4301995
Tomáš PavelkaDPEI Rocket2131619+1161993
Lukáš SedlákCChicoutimi Saguenéens2410919+6351993
Petr StrakaRWBaie-Comeau Drakkar19211435+1981992
Petr ŠidlíkDVictoriaville Tigres2021113+8261994
Adam ZbořilCAcadie-Bathurst Titan2611011-4141995
Patrik ZdráhalRWAcadie-Bathurst Titan2661016-641995

WHL skaters
NamePositionClubGPGAPTS+/-PIMYoB
Marek HrbasDKamloops Blazers2511011-2171993
Marek KalusLWSpokane Chiefs0000001993
David MusilDVancouver Giants/Edmonton Oil Kings214610-2321993
Richard NedomlelDSwift Current Broncos2501010-4451993
Richard NejezchlebRWBrandon Wheat Kings8145+361994
Michal PlutnarDTri-City Americans22178+7201994
Jakub ProcházkaLWKootenay Ice16022-361994
Mikuláš RimmelRWSpokane Chiefs18224061995
Stathis SoumelidisLWEverett Silvertips21246-8401994
Matěj StránskýRWSaskatoon Blades2181220-1201993

All goalies
NameClubGPWinsGAShutoutsAvg.%YoB
Patrik BartošákRed Deer Rebels20104702.66.9251993
David HonzíkCape Breton Screaming Eagles411706.28.7731993
Marek LanghamerMedicine Hat Tigers1143103.49.8881994
Matěj MachovskýBrampton Battalion2094912.58.9061993
Jaroslav PavelkaWindsor Spitfires1896003.49.9021993
Patrik PolívkaVictoria Royals1484213.13.8891994

no longer on team
NamePositionClubGPGAPTS+/-PIMYoB
Jan BittnerDRed Deer Rebels14000-9251993
Petr VeselýLWKootenay Ice1000001994


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09-23-2012, 10:35 PM
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Could the Czech team at the WJC medal this year? This is likely the most talented team the Czech Republic has sent to the World Juniors in the last 5-7 years and I think they could really surprise. After being lead by Detroit prospect Petr Mrazek with an exceptional performance last year, this Czech team has retained much of its core talent and, with an extra year of development under their belts, I think that this team will make some big noise this year.

Goaltending: With Mrazek graduating who will pick up the slack left behind? I would think that Matej Machovsky, David Honzik (VAN, 71st), Patrik Bartosak and Marek Langhamer (PHX, 184th) are the front runners for the three available positions. Are there any guys from the Czech league who could over take them?

Defense: David Musil (EDM, 31st) will be back as the #1 guy on the team and Marek Hrbas will also be back in a top 4 role. Richard Nedomlel (DET, 175), Michael Plutnar and Tomas Pavelka should also successfully compete for spots, but who will take the remaining 2 spots?

Forward: Up front the team will be lead by returnees: Tomas Hertl (SJ, 17th), Radek Faksa (DAL, 13th), Martin Frk (DET, 49th), Dmitrij Jaskin (STL, 41st), Tomas Hyka (LA, 171st) and Lukas Sedlak (CLB, 158th). If Matej Stransky (DAL, 165th) is allowed to play he'll also be a lock for the team. Matej Beran should also easily make the squad. Who else do you guys think will make the team?

Am I on the right track with who I'm predicting to make the team? Who will take the remaining spots?

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09-24-2012, 08:06 AM
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Could the Czech team at the WJC medal this year? This is likely the most talented team the Czech Republic has sent to the World Juniors in the last 5-7 years and I think they could really surprise. After being lead by Detroit prospect Petr Mrazek with an exceptional performance last year, this Czech team has retained much of its core talent and, with an extra year of development under their belts, I think that this team will make some big noise this year.

Goaltending: With Mrazek graduating who will pick up the slack left behind? I would think that Matej Machovsky, David Honzik (VAN, 71st), Patrik Bartosak and Marek Langhamer (PHX, 184th) are the front runners for the three available positions. Are there any guys from the Czech league who could over take them?

Defense: David Musil (EDM, 31st) will be back as the #1 guy on the team and Marek Hrbas will also be back in a top 4 role. Richard Nedomlel (DET, 175), Michael Plutnar and Tomas Pavelka should also successfully compete for spots, but who will take the remaining 2 spots?

Forward: Up front the team will be lead by returnees: Tomas Hertl (SJ, 17th), Radek Faksa (DAL, 13th), Martin Frk (DET, 49th), Dmitrij Jaskin (STL, 41st), Tomas Hyka (LA, 171st) and Lukas Sedlak (CLB, 158th). If Matej Stransky (DAL, 165th) is allowed to play he'll also be a lock for the team. Matej Beran should also easily make the squad. Who else do you guys think will make the team?

Am I on the right track with who I'm predicting to make the team? Who will take the remaining spots?
You're right, I think I will speak for all Czech fans when I say that we have big hopes for this upcoming WJC. I think all our weapons are already known. Who will take remaining spots will depend on the performances during the first half of the season, forward Rousek is having a good start in extraliga for example, maybe Jakub Vrána, who shined in the latest U-18 WJC could be an important piece too. I think the most important thing we're hoping for is great goaltending from any of those guys you mentioned already, that's always the key at this level.

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I think it's fair to say however, that the team remains considerably below the Big 4, and Finland too.

Some interesting prospects, but little chance for a medal.

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I think it's fair to say however, that the team remains considerably below the Big 4, and Finland too.

Some interesting prospects, but little chance for a medal.
However, I think our gameplan is the best way to beat stronger teams than we are, we do that all our history since Czechoslovakia x USSR matchups and it hasn't changed much since then. And with this team we have the best chance to succeed in years, that is the point.

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However, I think our gameplan is the best way to beat stronger teams than we are, we do that all our history since Czechoslovakia x USSR matchups and it hasn't changed much since then. And with this team we have the best chance to succeed in years, that is the point.
At Junior level the differences in talent are often magnified. So this team does look deeper (Weaker Goaltending) however, the percieved 5 teams above you all will have very strong rosters this year, and i suspect their greater depth will simply be too strong for the Czech team over 60 minutes. You'll rely on a team game and good Goaltending, but overall still not enough talent to truely compete game after game (As in, beat good teams consecutively)

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At Junior level the differences in talent are often magnified. So this team does look deeper (Weaker Goaltending) however, the percieved 5 teams above you all will have very strong rosters this year, and i suspect their greater depth will simply be too strong for the Czech team over 60 minutes. You'll rely on a team game and good Goaltending, but overall still not enough talent to truely compete game after game (As in, beat good teams consecutively)
This team is one of the first Czech teams in recent years to actually have a lot of depth, talent wise. This team will boast two first round picks in Faksa and Hertl and three second round picks in Musil, Jaskin and Frk. This is easily the deepest Czech team since they last medaled in 2005. I really can't see this team finishing below 5th in the tournament.

Sure, they may be without Mrazek who was arguably the best player in last years tournament, but they still have strong goaltending with whoever they decide to pick.

They will also have a defense with size who can play a shutdown game and move the puck to the forwards to create offense. Musil was great last year and ate up huge minutes, Hrbas will be back as the puck mover, Nedomlel will bring two-way ability along with a massive frame, physicality and toughness; etc.

Up front they have so much talent, speed and size in their top 9 that they'll really be tough to stop.

Jaskin-Hertl-Frk
Stransky-Faksa-Hyka
Beran-Sedlak-Kubalik

That is a pretty damn good top 9 and should be able to compete with the Canada's, Sweden's and Russia's of the tournament.

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It´s always dangerous to talk medals when you have not even made it to the top 6 yet

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It´s always dangerous to talk medals when you have not even made it to the top 6 yet
haha, you're right, but I always refuse to be superstitious. I prefer to set the goals early and stick with it. When should we medal if not now?

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It´s always dangerous to talk medals when you have not even made it to the top 6 yet
After the round robin, wasn't the Czech team 3rd or 4th?

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Let's not forget the games are on big ice this year, could have in impact in the results.

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