Jecho or Lisler will join the 18, but a great talent was lost at the WC


Adam Jecho | Photo: Ronald Hansel, Junior hockey

After two days of rest, the hockey players of the national team of 18 will continue their preparation for the World Championship, the second camp awaits them in Kravařy. Coach David Čermák will only have a slightly changed line-up at his disposal.

So what changes have occurred in the squad of 18?

She will be joined by two attackers who should belong to the movers.

Adam Jecho

attacker, 18 years old

” href=”″>Adam Jecho is already one of the few Czechs in the Canadian juniors after the club season, his Edmonton Oil Kings finished at the bottom of their division and they did not advance to the playoffs. Jecho collected 47 points (23+24) in 54 games this year.

The second addition is


Oskar Lisler

attacker, 17 years old

” href=”″>Oskar Lisler from Sweden’s Linköping. He had a record of 11+7 in 38 matches in the junior team there, in the U18 youth team he played ten matches with a record of 4 +4. He was also present at the silver Hlinka Gretzky Cup in the summer.

A goalkeeper will also arrive from Sweden


Břetislav Vystrčil

goalkeeper, 17 years old

” href=”″>Břetislav Vystrčil, who made a strong impression on the coaches at the February tournament in the United States, where he arrived as a substitute. He was still catching for eighteen in Mora , had three starts in the top 20.

The bad news, on the other hand, is that he lost the World Cup


Adam Novotny

attacker, 16 years old

” href=”″>Adam Novotný. The great talent of 2007 and the youngest goalscorer in the history of the extra league, he worked his way into the first formation in the preparation, and at the championship he would there was no lack of probabilities, but after the end of the club season he had to undergo shoulder surgery and the season was over for him. He was replaced by Olomouc


Lukáš Bošek

attacker, 17 years old

” href=”″>Lukáš Bošek, who has not yet represented.

The second camp in Kravařy will last from Tuesday 2nd to Friday 5th April, after which the Czech selection will move to Chomutov.

Nomination of the Czech eighteen for the 2nd camp

Matyáš Marík (Czech Budejovice), Ondřej Štěbeták (Jihlava), Břetislav Vystrčil (Mora, Sweden).

Jan Skok (Pilsen), Marek Chaloupka (Vítkovice), Adam King, Tomas Galvas (both Liberec), Martin Švec, Alex Kubanek, Tom Kastanek (all Pardubice), Stepan Cerny (Hradec Králové).

John Hurt (Mlada Boleslav), Matyáš Humeník, Stephen Hoch (both České Budějovice), Adam Benák (Pilsen), Jakub Heš, Martin Vaculík, Adam Klimek (all Zlín), Šimon Pohludka, Tomas Poletin (both Pelicans Lahti, Finland), Oskar Lisler (Linköping, Sweden), Adam Jecho (Edmonton, WHL), Lukáš Bošek (Olomouc).


Goalkeepers: Lukáš Vilém (Pardubice), Samuel Kowalczyk, Marek Uherek (both Zlín), Šimon Vedral (Sparta Prague). Defenders: Matyáš Man, Vincent Glos (both Vítkovice), Daniel Prokeš (Litvínov), Tomáš Mikel (Zlín), David Lukas Holub (Třinec). Attackers: Matěj Žídek (Vítkovice), Josef Teplý (Mladá Boleslav), Jindřich Habermann (Kometa Brno), Rostislav Nosek (Jihlava).

Implementation team:

Manager: Michal Vondrka
Head Coach: David Cermak
Assistant coaches: Richard Žemlička and Jaroslav Nedvěd
Goalkeeper coach: Lukáš Mensator
Doctor: MD Josef Tihlarík
Physiotherapist: Vendula Scheichlova
Custodians: Martin Pečinka and Jakub Vais

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