special guest of yesterday´s game was 96 years old Alfred Bollard (b.1916, Dec.8th in Podlaning), who is oldest living Slovan player. He played for Slovan in 1933/34 season along with his brother Walter, then founded hockey team in Malacky, and returned to Slovan between 1948-1954. He was defender, formed legendary pairing with Rudolf Horský.
After retirement he became high school teacher of german and latin language, lives in Modra.
Not Dynamo... Znaroks is a play-off coach, he knows what to do..
Exactly. Obviously it would be an unsporting move to throw the final two games, but I can see Slovan having a much better chance (at least being able to find the back of the net) against CSKA than Dinamo.
Ok, let's try it again. Today with Konrad instead of Janus (I kind of expected it, but still a bold move), Svatos instead of Kytnar (I'm already worried, but Kytnar really wasn't that good lately), Svarny instead of Tabacek.
Konrád (Janus) - Sersen, Sigalet, Mojžíš, Švarný, V. Mihálik, Štajnoch - Miklík, Bližňák, Vondrka - Kukumberg, J. Mikúš, Bartovič - Svatoš, Lipiansky, L. Hudáček - M. Daňo, Ölvecký, T. Mikúš - Preisinger, A. Šťastný
I really want more ice time for Dano. He deserves to score soon, he is the most hardworking player on the team, every shift.
With Slovan now facing elimination and their season just about to come to an end, I was wondering a couple of things. Namely, what impact has the KHL had on the Extraliga. How has Extraliga attendance been? Does the league miss Slovan? Is interest in the Extraliga less now?
I ask because I want the Sens to draft him, because I thought he was great at the WJC
From a view of the ordinary Sport fan i can say nothing special. He played his game. I cant say, he was better as in regular season or in WJC. But that's only my view, maybe some expert will have another opinion.