Lukas Sedlak and Tomas Hyka to play at Channel One Cup
Coaching staff of the Czech Republic national team announced roster for the second stage of the Euro Hockey Tour.
National teams of Czech Republic, Finland, Russia and Finland soon will take part in the second part of the Euro Hockey Tour, the Channel One Cup, that runs December 12 - 15. Czech Republic was the winner of the first part of the EHT, the Traktor Chelyabinsk`s forward Lukas Sedlak played all three games and recorded a goal.
This time both Czech forwards of the Traktor team Lukas Sedlak and Tomas Hyka will put on jerseys of the national team to face teams of Finland, Russia and Sweden at the Channel One Cup. In the 2019-20 KHL season Sedlak had 29 games with 15 (10 goals, 5 assists) points and a plus-3 rating. His linesmate Tomas Hyka recorded 16 (7 goals, 8 assists) points in 29 games with a plus-6 rating.
Czech Republic roster for Channel One Cup
Goaltenders — Roman Will (Rögle BK, SHL), Marek Langhamer (Amur Khabarovsk, KHL), Simon Hrubec (Kunlun Red Star Beijing, KHL).
Defensemen — Jakub Jerabek (Vityaz Podolsk, KHL), Andrej Sustr (Kunlun Red Star Beijing, KHL), Ondrej Vitacek (Amur Khabarovsk, KHL), Vojtech Mozik ( Färjestad BK, SHL), Lukas Klok (Lukko, Liiga), Jakub Krejcik (Kärpät, Liiga), Filip Pyrochta (HC Kometa Brno, Czech), Маrek Hrbas (BK Mlada Boleslav, Czech), Мichal Moravcik (HC Plzen / Czech).
Forwards — Мilan Gulac (HC Plzen / Czech), Jiri Sekac (CSKA, Moscow), Dmitrij Jaskin (Dynamo Moscow, KHL), Аndrej Nestrasil (Metallurg Magnitogorsk, KHL), Hynek Zohorna (Amur Khabarovsk, KHL), Tomas Zohorna (Amur Khabarovsk, KHL), Lukas Sedlak (Traktor Chelyabinsk, KHL), Tomas Hyka (Traktor Chelybinsk, KHL), Roman Horak (Växjö Lakers HC, SHL), Martin Zatovic (HC Kometa Brno, Czech), Мichal Birner (Bili Tygri Liberec, Czech), Tomas Filippi (Bili Tygri Liberec, Czech), David Tomasek (HC Sparta Praha, Czech), Lukas Rousek (HC Sparta Praha, Czech), Radim Zohorna (BK Mlada Boleslav, Czech), Jakub Flek (HC Karlovy Vary/Czech).
Game schedule for Czech Republic National Team:
Finland vs Czech Republic – 8:30PM GMT+3 (Logspeed CZ Aréna, Plzen, Czech Republic)
Russia vs Czech Republic – 3:00PM GMT+3 (Park of Legends Arena, Moscow, Russia)
Czech Republic vs Sweden – 2:00PM GMT+3 (Park of Legends Arena, Moscow, Russia)