Czech Republic women's national ice hockey team

Czech Republic
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Association Czech Ice Hockey Association
Head coach Czech Republic Karel Manhart
Assistants Czech Republic Stanislav Planka
United States Julianne Vasichek
Captain Alena Polenska
Most games Simona Studentova (48)
Eva Holesova (48)
Most points Simona Studentova (35)
IIHF code CZE
IIHF ranking 14
Highest IIHF ranking 11 (first in 2003)
Lowest IIHF ranking 14 (2011)
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First international
 Czech Republic 6 - 0 Italy 
(Belluno, Italy; February 27, 1993)
Biggest win
 Czech Republic 9 - 0 Netherlands 
(Füssen, Germany; March 21, 1999)
Biggest defeat
 Germany 11 - 0 Czech Republic 
(Plzeň, Czech Republic; November 5, 1995)
IIHF World Women's Championships - Division I
Appearances 8 (first in 1999)
Best result 2nd (2004)
International record (W–L–T)
66-81-14

The Czech women's national ice hockey team represents Czech Republic at the International Ice Hockey Federation's IIHF World Women's Championships. The women's national team is controlled by Czech Ice Hockey Association. As of 2011, Czech Republic has 2,085 female players [1]. The Czech women's national team is ranked 13th in the world.

Contents

Current roster 2011

[2]

Goaltenders
Number Player Club
1 Radka Lhotska Germany OSC Berlin
20 Katerina Becevova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
25 Lenka Craigova United States NSA Lake Placid
30 Petra Smaedova Czech Republic HC Kladno
Defensemen
Number Player Club
2 Andrea Peluchova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
3 Michaela Jackova Czech Republic HC Pardubice
4 Katerina Flachsova Czech Republic HC Kladno
5 Klara Hudeckova Czech Republic SK Karviná
6 Petra Herzigova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
13 Barbora Pekarkova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
17 Pavlina Horalkova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
18 Jana Fialova Canada Banff Hockey Academy
23 Marketa Vytiskova Czech Republic SK Karviná
Forwards
Number player Club
7 Katerina Solnickova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
8 Sonja Novakova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
9 Alena Polenska, captain United States Brown Bears
10 Denisa Krizova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
11 Simona Studentova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
12 Eva Holesova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
14 Nikola Tomigova United States Wyoming Seminary
15 Lucie Povova United States Wyoming Seminary
16 Kateřina Mrázová Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
19 Katerina Kaplanova Czech Republic SK Karviná
21 Martina Vonkova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
24 Andrea Fialova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague
26 Veronika Jirsova Czech Republic HC Pardubice
27 Lucie Novakova Czech Republic HC Kladno
28 Veronika Kuzelova Czech Republic HC Kladno
29 Petra Zelenkova Czech Republic HC Slavia Prague

Coaching staff

[3]

  • Head Coach: Karel Manhart
  • Assistant Coach: Stanislav Planka
  • Assistant Coach: James Craig
  • Assistant Coach: Julianne Vasichek
  • Team Leader: Jiri Nemec
  • Equipment Manager: Josef Komhauser
  • Team Doctor: Dr. Vojtech Trebicky
  • Physiotherapist Dusan Holes
  • Team Staff: Petr Wadowski
  • Team Staff: Karel Jankovic

Former head coach

  • Milan Koks (1999–2000)
  • Jan Fidrmuc (2001 to 2007)
  • Jan Fidrmuc & Karel Manhart (2007–2010)

European Championship record

IIHF European Women Championships.

  • 1991 - Finished in 8th place (4rd in Group B)
  • 1993 - Finished in 8th place (2rd in Group B)
  • 1995 - Finished in 9th place (2rd in Group B )
  • 1996 - Finished in 9th place (2rd in Groupe B)

World Championship record

IIHF World Women's Championships
  • 1999 - Finished 4th in Group B
  • 2000 - Finished 7th in Group B
  • 2001 - Finished 3rd place in Division I
  • 2004 - Finished 2nd place in Division I
  • 2005 - Finished 3rd place in Division I
  • 2007 - Finished 5th place in Division I
  • 2008 - Finished 3rd place in Division I
  • 2009 - Finished 5th place in Division I (Demoted to Division II)
  • 2011 - Finished 14th (First place in Division II) and is promoted to Division I for the 2012 IIHF Women's World Championship.

Olympic record

The Czech women's team has never qualified for an Olympic tournament.

References

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