The shock message for Färjestad after the hockey World Cup – the SHL star can break the contract after the World Cup gold: “We’ll talk”

Färjestad’s Czech shooting king David Tomasek is unsure if he will return to the SHL.
The NHL attracts the 28-year-old.
– We will see what will be the best plan, he says after the WC gold.

David Tomasek came to Färjestad on a one-year contract ahead of this season and was an instant hit.

Shooting king in the SHL

This meant that already in November, Färjestad extended the contract by two years.

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The Czech became top scorer in the SHL with 25 goals and in total he scored 45 points when Färjestad won the regular season.

But the Karlstad team was then surprisingly eliminated in four straight games by Rögle in the quarter-finals.

Salvaged WC gold

The World Cup gold after the Czech Republic’s 2-0 final victory over Switzerland was more than a plaster on those wounds.
– Fantastic and wonderful. After that bitter final, I am happy that I am a champion of something and the World Cup is the biggest in Europe. This is the biggest thing in my life, he says.

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240504 David Tomasek of Czech Republic and Alexander Holtz of Sweden during the Betano Hockey Games game between Czech Republic and Sweden on May 4, 2024 in Brno. Photo: Martin Sekanina / BILDBYRÅN / code XY / XY0022

The success in the SHL has made NHL clubs open their eyes to him. Something that has been reported on before.

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NHL clubs can sign contracted players until June 15 and contacts have already been made.
– Yes, but there is a lot of time left. We have put it aside (during the World Cup) and will talk in the next few weeks. We will see what is the best plan, he says.

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