|6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
210 lb (95 kg)
Detroit Red Wings
St. Louis Blues
New York Rangers
|Born||March 14, 1944,|
|Pro Career||1974 – 1983|
Playing in Czechoslovakia[edit | edit source]
|Olympic medal record|
|Men's ice hockey|
Nedomanský played for HC Bratislava of the Czechoslovak Extraliga for twelve seasons. In 1968 he was a member of the Czechoslovak national ice hockey team which won silver medals at the 1968 Olympics and bronze medals in 1972 at the 1972 Olympics. He also played for Czechoslovakia in nine IIHF World Championships, and was named top forward at the 1974 world championships.
Career after defection[edit | edit source]
He played just over three seasons in the World Hockey Association with the Toronto Toros and the Birmingham Bulls, peaking with 56 goals and 98 points for Toronto in 1975–76. He also won the Paul Deneau Trophy for sportsmanship in 1975–76. He then signed as a free agent with the National Hockey League's Detroit Red Wings in 1977. Nedomanský played five seasons for Detroit, posting highs of 38 goals and 74 points. He retired after one final season with the St. Louis Blues and the New York Rangers in 1982–83.
Nedomanský coached in Germany during the 1987–88 season.
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