Right-winger Tomas Srsen played two games for the Edmonton Oilers in 1990-91. He was a skilled offensive player who was better suited to the larger ice surfaces of Europe.
Born in Olomouc, Czechoslovakia, Srsen was taken 147th overall by the Oilers in 1987 while he was in the midst of a solid career with Zetor Brno. The young forward played for his country at the 1986 World Junior Championships and eventually moved up to the prestigious Dukla Jihlava team for a couple of years.
Srsen spent the bulk of his time in North America as a member of the AHL's Cape Breton Oilers. In 1990-91 he was recalled for a couple of NHL games and scored 32 goals in the minors. Prior to the 1992-93 season he signed with Leksands of Sweden. The next year he played with Rogle and led the Swedish league with 28 goals in 40 games.
In 1994 Srsen played for the Czech republic at the Lillehammer Olympics and World Championships. He also signed with the Vsetin club of the Czech league and remained there for several years. He also played for his country at the 1995 World Championships where they finished fourth.