2010-11 National Men's Under-18 Team

Czech Republic
Name: Czech Republic
Code: CZE
Age Group: Under-18
# Player S/C Birthdate Hometown/Country
Goaltenders
1 Jaroslav Pavelka L 09/12/1993 CZE
29 Matej Machovský L 07/25/1993 Opava, CZE
Defense
3 Tomas Pavelka L 05/29/1993 CZE
4 Petr Sidlik L 01/18/1994 Jihlava, CZE
6 David Musil L 04/09/1993 Edmonton, CAN
21 Tomás Kvapil L 04/28/1993 CZE
22 Stepán Jenik L 02/12/1993 Praha, CZE
23 Antonin Ruzicka R 01/29/1993 CZE
28 Marek Hrbas L 03/04/1993 Klatovy, CZE
Forwards
5 Martin Frk R 10/05/1993 Pelhrimov, CZE
8 Jakub Matai L 05/09/1993 CZE
9 Tomas Moravec L 04/06/1993 CZE
12 Michal Svihalek L 04/29/1993 Jindrichuv Hradec, CZE
15 Tomás Hyka R 03/23/1993 Mladá Boleslav, CZE
16 Tomás Rousek L 09/09/1993 Ceské Budejovice, CZE
18 Ondrej Hampl L 01/26/1993 CZE
20 Tomas Hertl L 11/12/1993 Prague, CZE
24 Radek Faksa L 01/09/1994 Vitkov, CZE
25 Petr Beranek L 07/08/1993 CZE
26 Dmitrij Jaskin L 03/23/1993 Omsk, RUS
27 Matej Beran L 11/11/1993 CZE
Coaches
Jiri Solc CZE
Marcel Kucera CZE
Jakub Petr CZE
# League Season GP Wins Losses Ties Otw Otl
1 IIHF World Under-18 Championship 2012 WU18C 6 2 4 0 0 0
2 IIHF World Under-18 Championship 2011 WU18C 6 3 3 0
3 IIHF World Under-18 Championship 2007 WMU18C 6 3 3 0 0 0
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