Hockey player Tomášek leaves Sparta for Sweden

Hockey player Tomášek leaves Sparta for Sweden

Hockey player Tomášek leaves Sparta for Šveda

Hockey Spengler Cup – semi-final: Sparta Prague – Örebro, December 30, 2022. David Tomášek from Sparta celebrates his winning goal.

Prague – Hockey forward David Tomášek is leaving Sparta Prague and will play for Färjestad in the Swedish league. In the north of Europe, the twenty-seven-year-old Czech representative signed a one-year contract. Both clubs announced this on their official websites.

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“I take foreign engagements as the next big challenge in my career. I am only saying goodbye to Sparta on a good note, I will continue to support the boys a lot and I believe that I will come back,” said Tomášek.

Sparta student returned to the parent club in October 2019. He left for the KHL two years ago, but did not play the entire season in Khabarovsk and strengthened Prague again before the playoffs. Last year he signed a three-year contract with Sparta, which included an exit clause, which he has now decided to exercise. we wish him the best of luck. It's the next step for him. We hope that our paths will cross again one day,” said Sparta board member Tomáš Divíšek.

The participant of this year's World Cup in the last extra-league year collected in 47 games of the regular season 37 points for 15 goals and 22 assists. Ambitious Prague were already eliminated in the quarter-finals against Třinec, Tomášek scored once in six matches and assisted on one goal.