|International A latecomer to the Czechoslovakian National Team ... Made his debut at the 1988 Calgary Olympics... Played at the 1989 and 1990 World and European Championships ... Helped the Slovak National Team win an Olympic Qualification Tournament in Sheffield, England in 1993 ... Recorded one goal and three assists for four points in four games ... As a member of the Slovak National Team, played at the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics and at the 1994 (Pool C), 1995 (Pool B) and 1996 (Pool A) World Championships ... Saw action at the World Cup of Hockey in 1996 ? Played two games for Team Slovakia at the 1998 Olympics.
Career Drafted by the Boston Bruins (seventh choice, 143rd overall) in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft ... Spent seven seasons with Dukla Trencin as one of the best scorers on the team ... Last two seasons with Dukla were the best in his career ... In 1988-89 he finished in second place on the team's scoring list (behind Vladimir Ruzicka) and sixth overall in the Czech League with 50 points in 43 games ... Was named to the All-Star Team at the end of the season ... The next year he accumulated 56 points in 48 games and finished in fourth place among the league scoring leaders ... Moved to Sweden and played three seasons with Sodertalje ... Later played for Vastra Frolunda Goteborg of the Swedish League ... Joined HC Petra Vsetin of the Czech Extraleague ? Joined HK Dukla Trencin of the Slovakian Extraleague in 1998 ? Retired following 2000-01 season.