Petr Koukal (ice hockey)

Petr Koukal ( born August 16, 1982 in Havlíčkův Brod, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech ice hockey player who is since May 2012 at Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk in the Kontinental Hockey League contract.

  • 2.1 International


Petr Koukal began his career as a hockey player in the junior section of the HC Zdar nad Vltavou, from where he moved to the U20 Juniors of HC Pardubice 1999. For the first team Pardubices the attacker was in the 2001/ 02 season, his debut in the Extraliga. He scored two goals in eleven games and gave a presentation. At the beginning of his career, the links contactors to the HC Šumperk and the HC Hradec Kralove was loaned in which he could play matches in the first second-rate league. Only during the 2005/ 06 season was the Czech for another team in the Extraliga as Pardubice on the ice. For the HC Plzeň he met once in nine games and prepared four more hits before. With Pardubice Koukal in 2005 and 2010 Czech champion. In addition, he failed with his team in 2003 and 2007 only in the playoff finals.

In 2012 he was able to repeat winning the championship before it was in May of the same year committed together with Jan Kolář of Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk of the Kontinental Hockey League.


For the Czech Republic Koukal took part only so far at the World Cup 2010 in Germany. In this he was world champion with his team.

Awards and achievements

  • 2003 Czech runner-up with the HC Pardubice
  • 2005 Czech Champion with HC Pardubice
  • 2007 Czech runner-up with the HC Pardubice
  • 2010 Czech Champion with HC Pardubice
  • 2012 Czech Champion with HC Pardubice


  • 2010 Gold medal at the World Championships
  • 2012 bronze medal at the World Championships

Extraliga Statistics

(End of season 2010/11)