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Sochi 2014 *Part 2: Team Czech Republic



Sochi Winter Olympics 2014 poll  

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  1. 1. Could the Czechs go to the medal round without Jagr?

    • Yes
    • No

blog-0404033001331860987.jpgHey guys, this is a new series from me. I'll be going through all of the 2014 olympic hockey teams and projecting their rosters... remember, this is permitting on whether the NHL decides to go there or not... but if Bettman wants to grow the game like he says he does, he will send Sid and Ovie to Sochi. But anyways, Part 2 is on The Czechs. Enjoy, and please leave a vote and a comment telling me how you like the series! At the end of the series, I'm going to put in my brackets and reveal who I think will win the gold, silver and bronze medals. Thanks for your time!

Head Coach - Alois Hadamczik

First Line: LW: Milan Michalek C: David Krecji RW: Martin Havlat

Second Line: LW: Ales Hemsky C: Tomas Plekanec RW: Patrik Elias

Third Line: LW: Martin Erat C: Tomas Fleischmann RW: Jiri Hudler

Fourth Line: LW: Tomas RolinekC: Martin Hanzal RW: Roman Cervenka

Extra Forwards: Micheal Frolik, Vaclav Prospal

First Defence pairing: LD: Pavel Kubina RD: Tomas Kaberle

Second Defence pairing: LD: Zbynek Michalek RD: Marek Zidlicky

Third Defence pairing: LD: Rostislav Klesla RD: Jaroslav Spachek

Extra Defenceman: Roman Polak

Starting Goalie: Ondrej Pavelec

Back-up Goalie: Tomas Vokoun

Third string Goalie: Jakub Stepanak

Obviously the Czechs will be missing a main stay in Jaromir Jagr, as he will be long retired by the time Sochi rolls around. Havlat, Hemsky and Michalek will be looked at to fill the role. It will be a tough to to fill, as Jagr is arguably the best Czech to ever lace up a pair of skates. Pretty standard team and no real surprises. I wouldn't expect the Czechs to go to far though, so sorry! But you can expect to see Pavelec on his game.

The next part of this series will be on the Swedes. See you then.

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If Bettmam takes away the pro players would you consider players from the NCAA level. Which would make them college level between the ages of 18 to 20 years old.

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