Today league winners Mladá Boleslav will play Florbal Chodov in the Czech Superfinal. According to sources, they’ve already started to prepare ahead and are closing in on a transfer of Milan Tomašík, one of Czech Republic’s best player.
Tomašík has several seasons of experience in Sweden, representing multiple clubs. In 2011 he joined IBK Dalen and played there for 4 seasons before he decided to transfer to Visby IBK in the league below. However halfway into the season he would join his countryman Matej Jendrisak and Linköping IBK in the Swedish Super League once again.
Shortly after his transfer, he and his Linköping got to play in the final against Stovreta infront of 18000 spectators – but lost 5-4. This season they lost in the quarterfinal against Mullsjö, a close series that went all the way to game 7 before being decided.
The 28 year old forward stood for 15 (11+4) points in the regular season, and 5 (2+3) in the playoffs. He’s been a given player in the Czech national team the last years, and won WFC bronze in 2014. The year before, he was chosen as the best player in Czech Republic.