IHM Welcomes Czech Goaltender Tomáš Sajdl

by Chris White

International Hockey Management is proud to welcome Czech goaltender, Tomáš Sajdl, to the IHM Team! The 6'0, 160 pound left-catching netminder was born September 19, 2002. Sajdl played this season for HC Hradec Kralove in Czech U20. Sajdl was born in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic.

The promising keeper has represented his home country in international play, and this season, made his senior level debut. In one game with SC Kolín, Sajdl recorded a 3-2 victory, posting a .923 Save Percentage. SC Kolín plays in Chance Liga, Czech Republic's second-highest pro league. HC Hradec Kralove's U20 team only played a handful of games, this season, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as a 17 year-old, last season, Sajdl recorded the 2nd-best Save Percentage in the U20 DHL Cup, at .935% and led all goaltenders with more than 12 starts with a 1.96 Goals-Against-Average. He also finished the series with an impressive 21-7 record, prior to a successful showing in the DHL SuperCup.

International Hockey Management President, Chris White, says,

"Tomáš is an extremely dedicated young man that is just entering a very crucial time in his development. We think he has a very bright future ahead of him, and we are going to explore all possible opportunities for him to continue improving and challenging himself. He's been the bell cow at almost every level he's played, and shown he can be counted on as an important and consistent member of his team."


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