Ice Hockey World Championship 2021: This is the program of matches of the Czech national team and the line-up against Russia

Let’s go tomorrow! Czech national hockey team will start the World Cup in Riga tomorrow, when he will face one of the toughest possible opponents in Group A – Russia. That’s why we’ve put together an article for you with everything to cheer on you will need. We bring complete match schedule a introductory report, with which ours will be introduced in Latvia.

For obvious reasons, this year’s championship will take place again under limited conditions, so the vast majority of us will only be able to enjoy the matches on television. However, the organizers of the tournament did not rule out that the spectators at the matches could look from the quarterfinals, which, however, depends on the epidemic situation.

In the basic group, the Czechs will gradually compete with Russia, Switzerland, Belarus, Sweden, Great Britain, Denmark and end it with a federal derby Slovakia. You can find the schedule of matches in the table.

date Match Time
May 21 Russia – Czech Republic 15:15
May 22 Czechia – Switzerland 19:15
May 24 Czechia – Belarus 19:15
May 27 Sweden – Czech Republic 19:15
May 29 Czechia – Great Britain 11:15
May 31 Czech Republic – Denmark 15:15
June 1 Slovakia – Czech Republic 15:15

Players are then given a day off, and in case of progress to quarterfinals, with which he counts a little, he gets involved in the elimination fights June 3. And either in 15:15 or 19:15. Subsequent semifinals will take place June 5 and 13:15 a 17:15, the losers fight for third place June 6 and 14:15, and finally the finals will take place as well June 6 v 19:15.


The team of coach Filip Pešán and assistants Martin Straka and Jaroslav Špaček may not be complete yet, as the NHL playoffs are still taking place in America, in which Czech stars also play, which could later complement the team. However, the interim line-up that will start the championship looks like this:

Goalkeepers: Simon Hrubec (Omsk, KHL), Petr Kvaca (Liberec), Roman Will (Chelyabinsk, KHL)

Defenders: Filip Hronek (Detroit, NHL), David Sklenička (Jokerit, KHL), Michal Moravčík (Tappara, Finland), Libor Hájek (NY Rangers, NHL), Andrej Šustr (Kunlun / KHL), Lukáš Klok (Nizhnekamsk, KHL), David Musil (Třinec), Libor Šulák (Kärpät, Finland), Ondřej Vitásek (Liberec)

Attackers: Radan Lenc (Liberec), Michal Špaček (Frölunda, Sweden), Matěj Stránský (Davos, Switzerland), Filip Zadina (Detroit, KHL), Tomáš Zohorna (Pardubice), Jiří Sekáč (Omsk, KHL), Jakub Flek (Karlovy Vary) , Jiří Smejkal (Tappara, Finland), Matěj Blümel (Pardubice), Filip Chytil (NY Rangers, NHL), Robin Hanzl (Sp. Moscow, KHL), Jan Kovář (Zug, Switzerland), Dominik Kubalík (Chicago, NHL), Lukáš Radil (Sp. Moscow, KHL), Jakub Vrána (Detroit, NHL), Adam Musil (Liberec)

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