Golden Hockey Stick

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The Golden Hockey Stick (Czech: Zlatá hokejka) is an award given to the top Czech ice hockey player. It was originally awarded to the top player in the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League, beginning in the 1968–69 season. After the Czech Republic and Slovakia became separate countries in 1993, it was awarded to the top Czech player anywhere in the world.

Jaromír Jágr has won this award 12 times, more than any other player. Dominik Hašek won it five times.

Winners (team in parentheses)

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Sources

  • The Highest Competition in Czech Republic and Czechoslovakia
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