Tomas Mysicka
Position left winger
Shot right
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
182 lb (83 kg)
Teams HC Sparta Praha (Czech Extraliga)
IC Épinal (FRA-1)
ASG Angers (Ligue Magnus)
HG Dunkerque (FRA-1)
HC Neuilly-sur-Marne (FRA-1)
Nationality Flag of the Czech Republic Czech
Born April 18th 1978,
Prague, Czech Republic
Pro Career 19982008

Tomas Mysicka (b. April 18th 1978 in Prague, Czech Republic) is a retired left winger.

Product of the Sparta Praha system, Mysicka played with Sparta until 1999; from then on, he moved to France and never again played for a non-French team. After four seasons with IC Épinal, then of the French First Division, he joined ASG Angers for two season; they turned out to be the only two seasons he would spend at the French's top level of hockey, the Ligue Magnus. In 2005, he joined the Corsaires of Dunkerque, thus returning to the First Division. After a single year in Dunkerque, he signed with HC Neuilly-sur-Marne. He retired in 2008 after having helped the Bisons promoting to Ligue Magnus with 30 points in 23 games and 4 points in as many playoffs games.

Mysicka played for the Czech National Team at the 1996 European Junior Championship. He registered two goals and as many assists in five games.

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