Ex-goalkeeper Hasek lost the election of the President of the Czech Ice Hockey Federation, gaining 5 votes

MOSCOW, June 18 – Two-time Stanley Cup winner former Czech goaltender Dominik Hasek lost in the election of the President of the Czech Ice Hockey Federation, according to the official website of the organization.
60 delegates took part in the voting, one of whom abstained, and one vote was declared invalid. Hasek won five votes. Alois Gadamczyk, the former head coach of the Czech national team, won the election, supported by 31 delegates.
Also participating in the election for the presidency of the Czech Ice Hockey Federation was a member of the Triple Golden Club (Olympic champion in 1998, world champion in 2005 and Stanley Cup winner in the 2001/02 season) Jiri Shlegr (16 votes), bronze medalist of the 1992 Olympics Bedrich Shcherban (4 votes) and general manager of the Czech youth team Otakar Cerny (2).
The former president of the Czech Ice Hockey Federation, Tomas Kral, who led the organization since 2008, left his post at the end of May.

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