Jiří Lála

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Jiří Lála
Born (1959-08-21) August 21, 1959 (age 59)
Tábor, TCH
Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Weight 180 lb (82 kg; 12 st 12 lb)
Position Right Wing
Shot Right
Played for HC České Budějovice
HC Dukla Jihlava
Eintracht Frankfurt/Frankfurt Lions
Adler Mannheim
SC Bern
Grasshopper Club Zürich
Ayr Scottish Eagles
ERC Selb
EV Eisbären Regensburg
National team  Czechoslovakia
NHL Draft 76th overall, 1982
Quebec Nordiques
Playing career 1976–2002
Medal record
Representing  Czechoslovakia
Men's ice hockey
Winter Olympics
Silver medal – second place 1984 Sarajevo
World Championships
Gold medal – first place 1985 Czechoslovakia
Silver medal – second place 1982 Finland
Silver medal – second place 1983 West Germany
Bronze medal – third place 1981 Sweden
World Junior Championships
Silver medal – second place 1979 Sweden

Jiří Lála (born August 21, 1959 in Tábor, Czechoslovakia) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played in the Czechoslovak Extraliga. He played for HC Jihlava. He was a member of the Czechoslovak 1981 Canada Cup team and was a silver medallist at the 1984 Winter Olympics. He was named the best forward at the 1983 World Championships and was the top scorer on the Czechoslovak team that won the world championship in 1985, with 13 points (8+5) in 10 games.

After 510 games and 297 goals in Czechoslovakia, he moved to West Germany in 1989.

He immediately became the top scorer for his home team Eintracht Frankfurt in the 1989/90 and 1990/91 seasons. After heavy mismanagement and near bankruptcy of Eintracht Frankfurt, he played for Mannheimer ERC for two seasons, until he returned to Frankfurt in the 1994/95 season to play in the newly formed Frankfurt Lions team.

He retired from the sport in 2006.

Career statistics[edit]

Regular season and playoffs[edit]

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1976–77 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 22 2 6 8 6
1977–78 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 27 9 4 13 10
1979–80 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 42 22 18 40 16
1980–81 ASD Dukla Jihlava TCH 44 40 22 62 10
1981–82 ASD Dukla Jihlava TCH 44 24 26 50
1982–83 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 44 38 22 60 18
1983–84 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 44 26 24 50 12
1984–85 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 36 28 13 41 10
1985–86 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 35 19 25 44 28
1986–87 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 29 20 23 43 32
1987–88 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 38 30 38 68 40
1988–89 TJ Motor České Budějovice TCH 45 26 39 65 26
1989–90 Eintracht Frankfurt 1.GBun 35 36 39 75 12 3 1 2 3 4
1990–91 Eintracht Frankfurt 1.GBun 44 47 59 106 28 3 0 1 1 2
1991–92 Mannheimer ERC 1.GBun 28 27 27 54 41 7 6 5 11 6
1991–92 SC Bern NDA 1 0 0 0 0
1992–93 Mannheimer ERC 1.GBun 36 32 34 66 28 8 2 6 8 4
1993–94 Mannheimer ERC 1.GBun 41 21 29 50 18 4 4 1 5 4
1994–95 Frankfurt Lions DEL 41 18 44 62 39 5 4 5 9 4
1994–95 Grasshopper Club Zürich SUI II 7 11 4 15 0
1995–96 Frankfurt Lions DEL 50 36 49 85 18 3 0 3 3 0
1996–97 Ayr Scottish Eagles GBR 40 24 20 44 10 7 4 11 15 0
1997–98 ERC Selb DEU II 52 32 52 84 30
1998–99 ERC Selb DEU III 31 35 25 60 14 12 11 17 28 8
1999–2000 ERC Selb DEU III 34 22 33 55 8
2000–01 EV Regensburg DEU III 51 36 57 93 18 10 8 18 26 8
2001–02 Eisbären Regensburg DEU II 20 7 13 20 2
TCH totals 502 303 275 578 220
1.GBun totals 184 163 188 351 127 23 13 15 28 20
DEL totals 91 54 93 147 57 8 4 8 12 4

International[edit]

Year Team Event   GP G A Pts PIM
1979 Czechoslovakia WJC 6 0 3 3 6
1981 Czechoslovakia WC 8 7 3 10 2
1981 Czechoslovakia CC 6 4 2 6 0
1982 Czechoslovakia WC 10 6 3 9 0
1983 Czechoslovakia WC 10 9 5 14 4
1984 Czechoslovakia OLY 7 1 4 5 0
1984 Czechoslovakia CC 5 0 0 0 0
1985 Czechoslovakia WC 10 8 5 13 6
1986 Czechoslovakia WC 10 1 1 2 0
1988 Czechoslovakia OLY 6 2 1 3 2
Junior totals 6 0 3 3 6
Senior totals 72 38 24 62 14

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