Former Flyers Forward Signs Multi-Year Deal In Czechia Following Brief NHL Stint

Veteran Czech forward Lukáš Sedlák has decided to continue his hockey career closer to home.

After a brief stint in the NHL during the 2022-23 season with the Colorado Avalanche and the Philadelphia Flyers, Sedlák found success in the Czech Republic's top league, where he signed a five-year contract extension with HC Dynamo Pardubice.

With an impressive performance of 27 points in 24 games, Sedlák is thrilled to join Pardubice and aims to meet the expectations of the management and the passionate fans who have shown unwavering support.

Pardubice has also secured long-term deals with former Vegas Golden Knights forward Tomáš Hyka and goaltender Roman Will, adding to their roster's strength.

Sedlák, who previously spent three seasons in the NHL with the Columbus Blue Jackets, brings a wealth of experience to the team. Currently representing Czechia at the 2023 IIHF Men's World Championship, Sedlák is excited to showcase his talent on the international stage and contribute to Pardubice's success in the years to come.

For his NHL career, spanning 192 games, Sedlak recorded 18 goals and 35 points. Photo Credit:  Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports