Richard Nedomlel (D)
||Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech
2014-15: Spent his second professional season with the ECHLâ€™s Toledo Walleye and registered 14 points (3-11â€”14), 56 penalty minutes and a plus-six rating in 49 regular season gamesâ€¦Suited up in 12 Kelly Cup playoff games with Toledo and notched two assists and 10 PIMâ€¦Helped the Walleye advance to the Eastern Conference Finals against the South Carolina Stingrays, where his team lost the series in triple overtime of Game 7â€¦Scored a goal and assist in his second game of the season, 11/2/14 at GWT.
2013-14: Made his professional debut with Grand Rapids, 11/8/13 at HAMâ€¦Appeared in three games with the Griffins and notched two penalty minutes and a minus-two ratingâ€¦Skated in 60 games with the ECHLâ€™s Toledo Walleye and scored 18 points (8-10â€”18) and clocked 150 PIMâ€¦Ranked second among Toledo defensemen in overall scoring, while leading all blueliners in goals and tying for second in PIMâ€¦Earned a career-high three-point performance (1-2â€”3), 1/12/14 vs. WHLâ€¦Tallied four points (0-4â€”4) along a four-game point streak, 3/7/14-3/15/14.
2012-13: Served as a â€œblack aceâ€ with Grand Rapids for the first round of the 2013 Calder Cup Playoffsâ€¦Completed his third season with the WHLâ€™s Swift Current Broncos with 28 points (7-21â€”28) and 105 penalty minutes in 72 outingsâ€¦Ranked among team leaders in goals (10th), points (10th), penalty minutes (2nd) and power play goals (3, T6th)â€¦Placed second among the clubâ€™s defensemen in scoringâ€¦Notched an assist in five playoff appearances.