Jaroslav Spacek

#8D,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 204
Born:
Birth Place: Rokycany, Czechoslovakia
Draft: 1998 5th round (117th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Capitals’ Tom Wilson suspended two preseason games for interference
    Washington Post

    Capitals’ Tom Wilson suspended two preseason games for interference

    Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson has been suspended two preseason games for interference on St. Louis’s Robert Thomas in Friday night’s preseason game, the NHL’s department of player safety announced Saturday. Wilson had a hearing Saturday morning, and the suspension is the first of his career. While the suspension itself isn’t too damaging because it will only apply to exhibition games, Wilson could face harsher discipline if he gets flagged for an illegal hit in the future because he would be considered a repeat offender. Because he will only be suspended for preseason games, Wilson does not forfeit any salary. In a video explanation, the department of player safety noted Wilson’s hit

  • Quick Whistles: Fleury Carving out a Role, Necas Making Things Difficult, Preseason Standouts, and More
    Canes Country

    Quick Whistles: Fleury Carving out a Role, Necas Making Things Difficult, Preseason Standouts, and More

    Welcome to Quick Whistles, the reimagined version of last season’s Weekly Thoughts, a weekly piece that takes you through my mind as it pertains to Carolina Hurricanes hockey and the NHL in the form of a bulleted list of one-off thoughts, many of which will be unintelligible. The return of this series means that hockey is back. As it stands now, we are less than two weeks away from Carolina’s opening night game against the Minnesota Wild on October 7. Before we get to that, though, we have to make it through the exhibition schedule, and there have been plenty of interesting stories to come from it. Here are this week’s quick whistles. 2017 first-round pick Martin Necas is among a select group

  • Frk, Nielsen score 2 each as Red Wings beat Bruins 5-1
    USA Today

    Frk, Nielsen score 2 each as Red Wings beat Bruins 5-1

    DETROIT (AP) — Martin Frk and Frans Nielsen scored two goals each to lift the Detroit Red Wings to a 5-1 win over the Boston Bruins in an NHL preseason game Saturday night. Darren Helm also scored for the Red Wings, who got a 19-save performance from Jimmy Howard. Zane McIntyre started in goal for the Bruins and allowed four goals on 24 shots in two periods. Malcolm Subban stopped three of four shots in the third. Austin Czarnik scored for Boston. MAPLE LEAFS 3, SABRES 1 In Buffalo, New York, Kasperi Kapanen had a goal and an assist in the third period to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-1 win over the Sabres. Tied 1-1 after two periods, Kapanen's goal 58 seconds into the third was the game-winner.