White Tigers News
The Liberec White Tigers end their regular season by extending their winning streak to seven games, will face Vítkovice in qualifying round of the playoffs.
The Liberec White Tigers extend their winning streak to five games and secure a playoff qualifier spot.
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, have come to their conclusion on Sunday. That means the Extraliga regular season will resume rather sooner than later. Neither of the two White Tigers is coming back to Liberec with a medal. Petr Nedvěd´s Team Czech Republic got eliminated in the quarterfinals by the United States, Koba Jass´ Latvia failed to get past Canada, the eventual champion, in that very same stage.
The Liberec White Tigers get just 50 percent of their points in their last pre-Olympic week, but they jump to tenth place in standings as they welcome Slovak netminder Ján Lašák.
The Liberec White Tigers have been rallying for a playoff spot, but only managed to collect two out of six points this past week.
The Nedvěd-less Liberec White Tigers built up a three-game winning streak only to see it stopped at home.
The Liberec White Tigers played two games in the past week, getting three points out of six.
LIBEREC, CZE – Two of the current Liberec White Tigers have been named to their respective national teams for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games that will start in early February. While captain Petr Nedvěd will play for Team Czech Republic, forward Koba Jass was picked up by the Latvian national team. Also, former White Tigers Ladislav Šmíd (Calgary, NHL) and Milan Bartovič (Slovan Bratislava, KHL) will play at the Olympics.
The Liberec White Tigers started the new year with a loss in Pardubice, but followed it by a big 6-0 victory over Chomutov at home.
In the first week after Christmas, the White Tigers succeeded in getting two points out of six possible.