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01-02-2014, 10:36 AM
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Wjc 2015

Here we are again. Disappointed with todays loss but it's nice to say we have nothing to be ashamed of (well maybe except for the Germany match .. but things like that just happens once in a while). I think that last three WJCs were pretty entertaining for us, in each of them we beated at least once team out of TOP6 and we were pretty close to advance to semifinals twice. Too bad it didn't click but I strongly believe it will in 2015.
That team looks really good on paper at this time. Primarily it looks like we could have one of the best defense we have had in like 5 years at least (still not very good though). And the forwards group looks maybe even better than it was last year. Goalies will be interesting but I think Vanecek will get number one spot, Vladar could be also in the consideration despite he's 1997.

Goalies

Vitek Vanecek (1996)
Karel Vejmelka (1996)
Daniel Vladar (1997)
Rene Svoboda (1995)


Defense

Jan Kostalek (1995)
Dominik Masin (1996)
Tomas Havlin (1996)
Tomas Andrlik (1995)
Jan Stencel (1995)
Jakub Zboril (1997)
Tomas Dvorak (1995)
Lukas Klok (1995)
Filip Pyrochta (1996)

Forwards

David Pastrnak (1996)
Jakub Vrana (1996)
Dominik Kubalik (1995)
Miroslav Indrak (1995)
David Kampf (1995)
Ondrej Kase (1995)
Pavel Zacha (1997)
Vaclav Karabacek (1996)
Lukas Vopelka (1996)
Jan Mandat (1995)
Patrik Zdrahal (1995)
Pavel Jenys (1996)
Michael Spacek (1997)
Lubos Rob (1995)
Martin Kohout (1995)
Simon Stransky (1997)

And one more thing. I don't know what the contract with Prerost is but I would like to see a new coach on the bench next year.

Feel free to post your opinions

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01-02-2014, 03:50 PM
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And one more thing. I don't know what the contract with Prerost is but I would like to see a new coach on the bench next year.

Feel free to post your opinions
Apparently no-one wanted the job after he quit last year. We can wish for a new coach but if no-one wants the job then Prerost it is. Tbh I don't mind him that much, he's been with the U-20's for the last 4 championships and since I started watching the World Juniors in 2009 our guys have been slowly, but steadily improving. Next year we may finally get to the semis (if not, then very soon-I feel like we're close).

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01-02-2014, 07:48 PM
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Here we are again. Disappointed with todays loss but it's nice to say we have nothing to be ashamed of (well maybe except for the Germany match .. but things like that just happens once in a while). I think that last three WJCs were pretty entertaining for us, in each of them we beated at least once team out of TOP6 and we were pretty close to advance to semifinals twice. Too bad it didn't click but I strongly believe it will in 2015.
That team looks really good on paper at this time. Primarily it looks like we could have one of the best defense we have had in like 5 years at least (still not very good though). And the forwards group looks maybe even better than it was last year. Goalies will be interesting but I think Vanecek will get number one spot, Vladar could be also in the consideration despite he's 1997.

Goalies

Vitek Vanecek (1996)
Karel Vejmelka (1996)
Daniel Vladar (1997)
Rene Svoboda (1995)


Defense

Jan Kostalek (1995)
Dominik Masin (1996)
Tomas Havlin (1996)
Tomas Andrlik (1995)
Jan Stencel (1995)
Jakub Zboril (1997)
Tomas Dvorak (1995)
Lukas Klok (1995)
Filip Pyrochta (1996)

Forwards

David Pastrnak (1996)
Jakub Vrana (1996)
Dominik Kubalik (1995)
Miroslav Indrak (1995)
David Kampf (1995)
Ondrej Kase (1995)
Pavel Zacha (1997)
Vaclav Karabacek (1996)
Lukas Vopelka (1996)
Jan Mandat (1995)
Patrik Zdrahal (1995)
Pavel Jenys (1996)
Michael Spacek (1997)
Lubos Rob (1995)
Martin Kohout (1995)
Simon Stransky (1997)

And one more thing. I don't know what the contract with Prerost is but I would like to see a new coach on the bench next year.

Feel free to post your opinions
No Šulák? Then we are doomed...


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01-03-2014, 04:48 PM
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Here we are again. Disappointed with todays loss but it's nice to say we have nothing to be ashamed of (well maybe except for the Germany match .. but things like that just happens once in a while). I think that last three WJCs were pretty entertaining for us, in each of them we beated at least once team out of TOP6 and we were pretty close to advance to semifinals twice. Too bad it didn't click but I strongly believe it will in 2015.
That team looks really good on paper at this time. Primarily it looks like we could have one of the best defense we have had in like 5 years at least (still not very good though). And the forwards group looks maybe even better than it was last year. Goalies will be interesting but I think Vanecek will get number one spot, Vladar could be also in the consideration despite he's 1997.

Goalies

Vitek Vanecek (1996)
Karel Vejmelka (1996)
Daniel Vladar (1997)
Rene Svoboda (1995)


Defense

Jan Kostalek (1995)
Dominik Masin (1996)
Tomas Havlin (1996)
Tomas Andrlik (1995)
Jan Stencel (1995)
Jakub Zboril (1997)
Tomas Dvorak (1995)
Lukas Klok (1995)
Filip Pyrochta (1996)

Forwards

David Pastrnak (1996)
Jakub Vrana (1996)
Dominik Kubalik (1995)
Miroslav Indrak (1995)
David Kampf (1995)
Ondrej Kase (1995)
Pavel Zacha (1997)
Vaclav Karabacek (1996)
Lukas Vopelka (1996)
Jan Mandat (1995)
Patrik Zdrahal (1995)
Pavel Jenys (1996)
Michael Spacek (1997)
Lubos Rob (1995)
Martin Kohout (1995)
Simon Stransky (1997)

And one more thing. I don't know what the contract with Prerost is but I would like to see a new coach on the bench next year.

Feel free to post your opinions
This group, if coached properly and gets a good goaltending performance from whoever plays, could definitely make the final. I think.

Also think Filip Chlapik will be included. tough to say though.

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01-03-2014, 07:20 PM
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Zacha and Spacek will be huge contributors as well. Spacek is a sick player too. Had 6 goals in 4 games for the Czech U-17 team in a tourny not long ago. Also has 17 points in 15 games in Czech U-20 league. Pretty darn good for a 16 year old. Filip Chlapik isnt too far behind

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Zacha and Spacek will be huge contributors as well. Spacek is a sick player too. Had 6 goals in 4 games for the Czech U-17 team in a tourny not long ago. Also has 17 points in 15 games in Czech U-20 league. Pretty darn good for a 16 year old. Filip Chlapik isnt too far behind
In 12 months Simon Stransky is better player than Spacek and Chlapik.

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In 12 months Simon Stransky is better player than Spacek and Chlapik.
Really? That's awesome. I've seen him play a few times. He definitely has a lot of skill.

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Adam Musil ?

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Adam Musil ?
Has he decided which country will he play for? He'd be sure in cosinderation if he picks Czech Republic

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And one more thing. I don't know what the contract with Prerost is but I would like to see a new coach on the bench next year.
Prerost will continue And I'm still wonder what about A.Musil...? He is not in Canada U-18 invitee not even in Czech U-18 for WJC 2014. Anyway he is eligible for 2015 again. Maybe next year he will represent at IIHF tournament for first time...

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Is Adam Musil even eligible for the Czech republic?

According to the IIHF rules as a double citizen he would have to have played 2 full years in CZE starting from when he was 12 years old.

When a player has multiple citizenships where the relevant citizenships are for countries of Member National Associations and he has never represented any country in any IIHF championship or an Olympic competition or in qualifications to these competitions, then in order to play for the country of his choice he must
a) prove that he has participated on a consistent basis, for at least two consecutive years (730 days) after his 12th birthday in the national competitions of and be a legal resident in the country that he wishes to represent during which period he has neither transferred to another country nor played ice hockey for a team registered/located within any other country; and
b) if the country of his choice is one to which the player has transferred then he must have had an international transfer that was approved by the IIHF and dated at least two years (730 days) prior to his proposed participation.

Didn't he return to Canada at the same time that David started playing in WHL which was in autumn 2009 and which would make Adam 12 at that time and therefore ineligible for CZE?

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