Formation Slovaquie - Jeux Olympiques d'hiver 2010
P Player Birthdate Club team
P Joueur Naissance Équipe
G Peter Budaj 18.09.1982 Colorado Avalanche, NHL
G Jaroslav Halak 13.05.1985 Montreal Canadiens, NHL
G Rastislav Stana 10.01.1980 Severstal Cherepovets, RUS
D Zdeno Chara 18.03.1977 Boston Bruins, NHL
D Milan Jurcina 07.06.1983 Columbus Blue Jackets, NHL
D Richard Lintner 15.11.1977 Dynamo Minsk, BLR/KHL
D Andrej Meszaros 13.10.1985 Tampa Bay Lightning, NHL
D Andrej Sekera 08.06.1986 Buffalo Sabres, NHL
D Martin Strbak 15.01.1975 MVD Balashikha, RUS
D Lubomir Visnovsky 11.08.1976 Edmonton Oilers, NHL
F/A Lubos Bartecko 14.07.1976 Färjestad Karlstad, SWE
F/A Martin Cibak 17.05.1980 Spartak Moscow, RUS
F/A Pavol Demitra 29.11.1974 Vancouver Canucks, NHL
F/A Marian Gaborik 14.02.1982 New York Rangers, NHL
F/A Michal Handzus 11.03.1977 Los Angeles Kings, NHL
F/A Marcel Hossa 12.10.1981 Dinamo Riga, LAT/KHL
F/A Marian Hossa 12.01.1979 Chicago Blackhawks, NHL
F/A Tomas Kopecky 05.02.1982 Chicago Blackhawks, NHL
F/A Zigmund Palffy 05.05.1972 HK 36 Skalica
F/A Branko Radivojevic 24.11.1980 Spartak Moscow, RUS
F/A Miroslav Satan 22.10.1974 Boston Bruins, NHL
F/A Jozef Stümpel 20.07.1972 Barys Astana, KAZ/KHL
F/A Richard Zednik 06.01.1976 Lokomotiv Jaroslavl, RUS
  • 21 players come from two leagues: 13 from the NHL and 8 from the KHL. One player comes from a Swedish club. Zigmund Palffy is the only player from the Slovak Extraliga.
  • Only two NHL players were not added to the roster: Marek Svatos and Boris Valabik.
  • Miroslav Satan and Lubomir Visnovsky will play their fourth Olympic Games in Vancouver. For Lubos Bartecko, Pavol Demitra, Marian Hossa and Jozef Stümpel, it will be the third Olympics.
  • Defenceman Martin Strbak has played the most games for the national team (146), while Miroslav Satan has scored the most goals (70).
  • Chicago forward Tomas Kopecky has never played for the men’s national team before. The last time he represented Slovakia was in the 2002 World U20 Championship.
  • Eight players on the roster won the 2002 World Championship in Sweden: Rastislav Stana,  Richard Lintner, Martin Strbak, Lubomir Visnovsky, Lubos Bartecko, Zigmund Palffy, and Josef Stümpel.