"Tomas has agreed with the club's management to end the cooperation." Vladimír Vůjtek, a youth of Eurohockey Services, representing the player, told hockey.com.
Your customer's next step will be addressed. "The Kunlun Leadership Agreement is new, with the Continental League priority, it would like to stay, but we are also discussing variants from other European competitions, perhaps from Switzerland," added Vujtek.
Think of the next step
Kundkun customer for Kunlun played 25 matches and scored three points for three assistances. The last in the Red Star team, also found by Ondrej Vitásek and forwarding Tomáš Mertl, appeared on November 5 on ice in Omsk in defeat 1: 5.
Less than a month ago, Kundrátek was close to moving to Dinamo Minsk. "In essence, all details were agreed, but the leadership of the Belarussian club changed, and Tomas's movement fell, and now he is ready in Kunlun, not under pressure to sign it anyway, considering other options.
Kundrátek plays in KHL from 2015, when he decided to return from abroad to Europe. He also worked in Dinamo Riga and Slovan Bratislava. In the competition, he played 181 matches, scored 54 points for 17 goals and 37 assisted.
A participant in the February Olympics in Pyongyang, the World Cup in Toronto and two World Championships in 2016 will play abroad before the 2008 season Třinec. In Washington, he had the chance of 30 consecutive wins in the NHL and scored seven points for a goal and six innings.