SKA has signed a contract with a Calgary Flames forward Roman Cervenka. In the KHL, the rights for the Czech forward used to belong to HC Lev. In exchange for them, Lev got SKA forward Teemu Ramstedt and the rights for defenseman Mikhal Jordan, who had been chosen in the 4th round of the KHL 2009 draft. Cervenka began his career with HC Slavia Praha and played for the team for 10 seasons. In 2010, he joined HC Avangard Omsk and became the top KHL scorer with 31 goals. For three consecutive seasons, Cervenka had been earning more than a point per game. He had become the top scorer in the Czech league and had twice participated in the KHL All Star Games. In 2010, SKA newcomer won the world championship gold medals with the Czech national team, and the next year he became the bronze medalist of the tournament. In the past season, Roman Cervenka played 44 games for Lev and Calgary Flames and earned 20 (10+10) points. The contract with the player has been signed for three years. Cervenka will join SKA when the team’s vacation is over.
source: ska.ru, HC SKA press-service