Tomáš Jelínek

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Tomáš Jelínek
Born (1962-04-29) April 29, 1962 (age 58)
Prague, Czechoslovakia
Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Weight 189 lb (86 kg; 13 st 7 lb)
Position Right Wing
Shot Left
Played for Ottawa Senators
National teamFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia
NHL Draft 242nd overall, 1992
Ottawa Senators
Playing career 19791999
Olympic medal record
Men's ice hockey
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 1992 Albertville Ice hockey

Tomáš Jelínek (born April 29, 1962) is a retired Czech ice hockey player. He played on the 1992 bronze medal winning Olympic Hockey team for Czechoslovakia.

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Jelínek played briefly in the National Hockey League, appearing in 49 games with the Ottawa Senators during the 1992-93 season.

Career statistics

Regular season and playoffs

Regular season Playoffs
Season TeamLeagueGP G A Pts PIM GPGAPtsPIM
1979–80 TJ Sparta ČKD Praha CSSR 70116
1980–81 ASVŠ Dukla Trenčín CSSR34561118
1981–82 ASVŠ Dukla TrenčínCSSR36931246
1982–83 TJ Sparta ČKD PrahaCSSR4020254552
1983–84 TJ Sparta ČKD PrahaCSSR431351848
1984–85 TJ Sparta ČKD PrahaCSSR441541970
1985–86 TJ Sparta ČKD PrahaCSSR4072972
1986–87 TJ Sparta ČKD PrahaCSSR36751258
1987–88 TJ Sparta ČKD PrahaCSSR4514112545
1988–89 TJ Sparta ČKD PrahaCSSR4515173287
1989–90 TJ Motor České Budějovice CSSR48232043
1990–91 TJ Motor České BudějoviceCSSR51242347102
1991–92 HPK SM-l 4124234798
1991–92 HC Sierre SUI.2 677148
1992–93 Ottawa Senators NHL 49761352
1993–94 Zürcher SC NDA 83361832132
1993–94 HC Sparta Praha ELH 523510
1993–94 PEI Senators AHL 20000
1994–95 HC Slavia Praha ELH4211162716320112
1995–96 HC Slavia PrahaELH1345953
1995–96 HC ZKZ Plzeň ELH2313203336312312
1996–97 HC ZKZ PlzeňELH5122264866
1997–98 HC Keramika PlzeňELH1855102010000
1997–98HC Sparta PrahaELH3561420801005538
1998–99 HC Opava ELH71018
1998–99 HC Vítkovice ELH19461034
1998–991. EV Weiden DEU.3 1410162634
1999–00HC Příbram CZE.3 247111850
CSSR totals469152122274604
ELH totals1905989148460213111462
NHL totals49761352

International

YearTeamEventGPGAPtsPIM
1980 Czechoslovakia EJC 50118
1981 Czechoslovakia WJC 53148
1982 CzechoslovakiaWJC72246
1989 Czechoslovakia WC 51122
1990 CzechoslovakiaWC1014514
1991 Czechoslovakia CC 523510
1992 Czechoslovakia OLY 832512
1992 CzechoslovakiaWC845910
Junior totals1754922
Senior totals3611152648

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