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Czech Republic
Association Czech Hockey
GM Petr Nedvěd
Head coach Miloš Říha Sr.
Assistants Robert Reichel
Karel Mlejnek
Miloš Říha Jr.
Captain Jan Kovář
Most games David Výborný (218)
Top scorer Martin Procházka (61)
Most points David Výborný (147)
Home stadium O2 Arena
IIHF code CZE
IIHF ranking 5
Highest IIHF ranking 2 (2006)
Lowest IIHF ranking 6 (2009, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
Team colours               
First international
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic 6–1 Russia Flag of Russia
(Stockholm, Sweden; February 11, 1993)
Biggest win
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic 11–0 Italy Flag of Italy
(Hanover, Germany; May 6, 2001)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Finland Finland 7–0 Czech Republic Flag of the Czech Republic
(Stockholm, Sweden; February 11, 2012)
IIHF World Championships
Appearances 27 (first in 1993)
Best result Med 1 (1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2010)
World Cup
Appearances 3 - (1996, 2004, 2016) (first in 1996)
Best result 3rd: - 2004
Olympics
Appearances 7 (first in 1994)
Medals Gold medal Gold: 1 – (1998)
Bronze medal Bronze: 1 – (2006)
International record (W-L-T)
Olympic medal record
Olympic Games
Gold 1998 Nagano Team
Bronze 2006 Turin Team
World Championships medal record
World Championship
Bronze 1993 Germany Czech Republic
Gold 1996 Austria Czech Republic
Bronze 1997 Finland Czech Republic
Bronze 1998 Switzerland Czech Republic
Gold 1999 Norway Czech Republic
Gold 2000 Russia Czech Republic
Gold 2001 Germany Czech Republic
Gold 2005 Austria Czech Republic
Silver 2006 Latvia Czech Republic
Gold 2010 Germany Czech Republic
Bronze 2011 Slovakia Czech Republic
Bronze 2012 Finland and Sweden Czech Republic

The Czech men's national ice hockey team is one of the most successful national ice hockey teams in the world, currently ranked sixth by the IIHF. It is controlled by the Czech Ice Hockey Association. The Czechs won the gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics and won three straight gold medals at the world championships from 1999 to 2001. In the next 3 years the team did not get a medal at the world championships - not even home at the 2004 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships held in Prague and Ostrava in the Czech Republic, thus keeping the "world championship home ice curse" alive. But the following year the Czechs won gold at the the 2005 tournament, the only world championship where, due to the 2004-2005 NHL lockout, all NHL players were available to participate. At the 2006 Winter Olympics the Czechs won a bronze medal, defeating Russia 3-0 (roster) in the bronze medal game, and becoming one of only three nations (along with Russia and Finland) to medal twice in ice hockey at the Olympic games since the NHL allowed its players to participate in this event. At the 2006 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships the Czechs won silver, falling to Sweden in the final. The Czech Republic has 72,075 players (0.7% of its population). A last gold medal comes from 2010 and last medal from 2012.

Coaching historyEdit

OlympicsEdit

World ChampionshipsEdit

  • 1993 – Ivan Hlinka
  • 1994 – Ivan Hlinka
  • 1995 – Luděk Bukač
  • 1996 – Luděk Bukač
  • 1997 – Ivan Hlinka and Slavomír Lener
  • 1998 – Ivan Hlinka and Slavomír Lener
  • 1999 – Ivan Hlinka
  • 2000 – Josef Augusta
  • 2001 – Josef Augusta
  • 2002 – Josef Augusta
  • 2003 – Slavomír Lener
  • 2004 – Slavomír Lener
  • 2005 – Vladimír Růžička
  • 2006 – Alois Hadamczik
  • 2007 – Alois Hadamczik
  • 2008 - Alois Hadamczik
  • 2009 - Vladimír Růžička
  • 2010 - Vladimír Růžička
  • 2011 - Alois Hadamczik
  • 2012 - Alois Hadamczik
  • 2013 - Alois Hadamczik
  • 2014 - Vladimír Růžička
  • 2015 - Vladimír Růžička
  • 2016 - Vladimír Vůjtek
  • 2017 - Josef Jandač
  • 2018 - Josef Jandač
  • 2019 - Miloš Říha

Olympic recordEdit

Czech team 2002

The men's team at the 2002 Winter Olympics.

  • 1994 - Finished in 5th place
  • 1998 - Won gold medal
  • 2002 - Finished in 7th place
  • 2006 - Won bronze medal (roster)
  • 2010 - Finished in 7th place
  • 2014 - Finished in 6th place
  • 2018 - Finished in 4th place

World Cup recordEdit

  • 1996 - Did not qualify for playoffs
  • 2004 - Lost in semi-finals
  • 2016 - Did not qualify for playoffs

World Championship recordEdit

  • 1993 - Won bronze medal
  • 1994 - Finished in 7th place
  • 1995 - Finished in 4th place
  • 1996 - Won gold medal
  • 1997 - Won bronze medal
  • 1998 - Won bronze medal
  • 1999 - Won gold medal
  • 2000 - Won gold medal
  • 2001 - Won gold medal
  • 2002 - Finished in 5th place
  • 2003 - Finished in 4th place
  • 2004 - Finished in 5th place
  • 2005 - Won gold medal
  • 2006 - Won silver medal
  • 2007 - Finished in 7th place
  • 2008 - Finished in 5th place
  • 2009 - Finished in 6th place
  • 2010 - Won gold medal
  • 2011 - Won bronze medal
  • 2012 - Won bronze medal
  • 2013 - Finished in 7th place
  • 2014 - Finished in 4th place
  • 2015 - Finished in 4th place
  • 2016 - Finished in 5th place
  • 2017 - Finished in 7th place
  • 2018 - Finished in 7th place
  • 2019 - Finished in 4th place

Actual Roster Edit

Position Number Name Born Age Height Weight Shoots/Catches
G #2 Dominik Furch April 19, 1990 29 6ft 2in (188cm) 201lb (91kg) L
G #35 Roman Will May 22, 1992 27 6ft 1in (186cm) 198lb (90kg) L
D #5 Jakub Jeřábek "A" May 12, 1991 28 5ft 11in (180cm) 194lb (88kg) L
D #31 Lukáš Klok June 7, 1995 24 6ft 1in (185cm) 187lb (85kg) L
D #33 Jan Košťálek February 17, 1995 24 6ft 1in (185cm) 181lb (82kg) R
D #36 Jakub Krejčík June 25, 1991 28 6ft 2in (187cm) 198lb (90kg) L
D #60 Michal Moravčík December 7, 1994 25 6ft 4in (194cm) 212lb (96kg) L
D #65 Vojtěch Mozík December 26, 1992 27 6ft 3in (190cm) 201lb (91kg) R
D #6 David Musil April 9, 1993 26 6ft 4in (193cm) 207lb (94kg) L
D #7 David Němeček June 29, 1995 24 6ft 4in (194cm) 205lb (93kg) L
D #9 David Sklenička September 8, 1996 23 5ft 11in (180cm) 181lb (82kg) L
D #88 Libor Šulák March 4, 1994 25 6ft 2in (189cm) 214lb (97kg) L
F #67 Jan Dufek February 20, 1997 22 6ft 0in (183cm) 183lb (83kg) L
F #19 Jakub Flek December 24, 1992 27 5ft 9in (174cm) 163lb (74kg) L
F #50 Roman Horák "A" May 21, 1991 28 6ft 0in (182cm) 170lb (77kg) L
F #38 Tomáš Hyka March 23, 1993 26 5ft 11in (180cm) 185lb (84kg) R
F #87 Michal Kovařčík November 19, 1996 23 6ft 0in (182cm) 176lb (80kg) L
F #43 Jan Kovář "C" March 20, 1990 29 5ft 11in (181cm) 216lb (98kg) R
F #25 Radan Lenc July 30, 1991 28 5ft 11in (180cm) 174lb (79kg) L
F #10 Lukáš Rousek April 20, 1999 20 5ft 11in (180cm) 165lb (75kg) L
F #26 Michal Řepík December 31, 1988 31 5ft 10in (179cm) 192lb (87kg) R
F #44 Matěj Stránský July 11, 1993 26 6ft 3in (191cm) 205lb (93kg) R
F #29 David Šťastný March 23, 1993 26 6ft 1in (186cm) 203lb (92kg) L
F #22 Martin Zaťovič January 25, 1985 35 5ft 11in (180cm) 203lb (92kg) L
F #20 Hynek Zohorna August 1, 1990 29 6ft 2in (188cm) 207lb (94kg) R
F #97 Radim Zohorna April 29, 1996 23 6ft 6in (198cm) 229lb (104kg) L
F #40 Tomáš Zohorna January 3, 1988 32 6ft 1in (186cm) 187lb (85kg) L

Coaches and Training Stuff Edit

Role Name Born Age
General manager Petr Nedvěd December 9, 1971 48
Head coach Miloš Říha Sr. December 6, 1958 61
Assistant coach Karel Mlejnek January 30, 1977 43
Assistant coach Robert Reichel June 25, 1971 48
Assistant coach Miloš Říha Jr. February 9, 1982 37
Goaltending coach Zdeněk Orct April 28, 1970 49
Team manager Jan Černý May 5, 1975 44
Video coach Josef Janča February 17, 1979 40
Conditioning coach Jan Snopek June 22, 1976 43
Doctor MUDr. Dušan Singer 1950 70
Physiotherapist Radovan Sakaláš
Curator Zdeněk Šmíd April 5, 1979 40
Curator Petr Ondráček November 21, 1963 56
Curator Oldřich Kopecký April 27, 1975 44
Media manager Zdeněk Zikmund

See alsoEdit

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