Blackhawks loan Teplý overseas
BK Mladá Boleslav potvrzuje příchod útočníka Michala Teplého do svého týmu. Středočeský celek se na tom dohodl s jeho domovským klubem, Chicago Blackhawks. Teplý by měl se začátkem nové sezony NHL zamířit do zámoří stejně jako Radim Zohorna.https://t.co/qAMQ4dEGf5 pic.twitter.com/UJVKKn2foc
— BK Mladá Boleslav (@bkboleslav) September 5, 2020
The Chicago Blackhawks have loaned Michal Teplý (53GP, 29G, 34A with Winnipeg ’19-’20) to BK Mlada Boleslav of the Czech professional league. The 19-year-old Czech native earned himself an NHL contract with the Blackhawks back in April. Teplý has previously played 15 games in the top Czech professional league with Bili Tygri Liberec, posting two assists.
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Riley, danke für 4️⃣ tolle Jahre und alles Gute für Deine Zukunft! 😀
➡️ https://t.co/RO57cxmFjU#VIC | #ThxRiley pic.twitter.com/jcC5vu5uUj
— spusu Vienna Capitals (@viennacapitals) September 6, 2020
Following four seasons in the EBEL with the Vienna Capitals, Riley Holzapfel (248GP, 91G, 116A with Moose Jaw ’04-’08) has retired from professional hockey. Holzapfel won the EBEL Championship with the Capitals in 2017. That playoff run saw him earn the playoff MVP title after putting up the most goals and points among all players. Last season with the Capitals, Holzapfel scored 18 goals and added 28 assists in 48 games.
Vasko signs extension in Slovakia
— EP Transfers (@ep_transfers) September 5, 2020
Filip Vasko (78GP, 5G, 19A with Kelowna, Red Deer, and Regina ’11-’13) has signed an extension with MHK Humenné. Over his four seasons with the team, Vasko has picked up 64 goals 98 assists over 104 games.
Dumba named 2020 King Clancy Memorial Trophy recipient
The 2020 King Clancy Memorial Trophy winner is @matt_dumba!
The award is given "to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community." 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/JyS86NzqRX
— #StanleyCup Playoffs on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) September 7, 2020
Following his actions, speaking out against racism and working within his community, Matt Dumba (225GP, 59G, 92A with Red Deer and Portland ’09-’14) has earned himself recognition as the 2020 King Clancy Memorial Trophy winner. Dumba’s contributions within his community go beyond this season but have been especially apparent during this time of social change. In 69 games this season, Dumba scored six goals and added 18 assists.