Czech Republic men's national inline hockey team

Medal record
Men's Inline Hockey
World Championships
Gold 2011 Pardubice Top Division
Silver 2000 - Hradec Kralové Top Division
Bronze 2001 - Ellenton Top Division

The Czech men's national inline hockey team is the national team for the Czech Republic. The Czechs have won two medals at the IIHF Inline Hockey World Championships, despite the fact that NHL players have frequently been on the team roster. Most recently, the team finished seventh at the 2007 Men's World Inline Hockey Championships.


2008 World Championship team

Pos. Player Team
GK Czech Republic Ondrej Sturala
GK Czech Republic Tomas Martin
D Czech Republic Ludek Broz France Brûleurs de loups
D Czech Republic Aleš Hemský Canada Edmonton Oilers
D Czech Republic Vladimir Kames Germany River Rats Geretsried
D Czech Republic Tomas Mojzis United States Peoria Rivermen
D Czech Republic Karel Rachůnek United States New Jersey Devils
D Czech Republic Pavel Strycek Czech Republic HC Blansko
F Czech Republic Jan Besser Czech Republic HC Berounsti Medvedi
F Czech Republic Petr Hemský Czech Republic TJ Stadion Kutna Hora
F Czech Republic Roman Nesrsta Germany ESC Thüringen Erfurt
F Czech Republic Jiri Polansky Czech Republic HC Trinec
F Czech Republic Petr Tenkrát Sweden Timrå IK
F Czech Republic Ladislav Vlcek Czech Republic HC Berounsti Medvedi
F Czech Republic Martin Vozdecky Poland KH Sanok

World Championship results by year

  • 1998 - 10th Place
  • 1999 - Data not available
  • 2000 - Silver Medal
  • 2001 - Bronze Medal
  • 2002 - 4th Place
  • 2003 - 4th Place
  • 2004 - Data not available
  • 2005 - 6th Place
  • 2006 - 5th Place
  • 2007 - 7th Place
  • 2008 - 5th Place
  • 2011 - Gold Medal


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