Vladimír Růžička has indicated that he would be willing to replace Alois Hadamczik as Czech ice hockey trainer. Hadamczik stood down on Monday, after the Czech Republic were knocked out in the quarter-finals at the Winter Olympics. In an interview for a radio station on Tuesday, Růžička said he would likely accept the post; however, he has not yet been approached by the Czech Ice Hockey Association and would need to discuss the matter with his club Slavia Prague. He helmed Czech teams that lifted the World Championships title in 2005 and 2010.
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