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(Professional Ice hockey player)

Peter Cehlárik is a Slovak professional ice hockey player.

Relationship Facts of Peter Cehlárik

Peter Cehlárik is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.


What is the relationship of Peter Cehlárik?

Since his personal life is a well-kept secret, nothing is known regarding his relationship history and status till present. He, thus, is presumed to be enjoying his single life. However, it has to be kept in mind that being a good player, he may have some crush on his female fans.

Who is Peter Cehlárik?

Peter Cehlárik is a Slovak professional ice hockey player. He is currently under contract with the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League (NHL).

Bruins selected him in the 3rd round (90th overall) of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.

Peter Cehlárik: Birth Facts, Family, Education, and Childhood

Cehlárik was born on August 2, 1995, in Zilina, Slovakia. His nationality is Slovak and his ethnicity is Asian-European.

Other than his date of birth and his birthplace, nothing much information is known to the mainstream media yet.

This includes whereabouts of his parents, siblings, early childhood and teenage days, his educational background and qualification, etc.

He, however, may have played ice hockey from his school life, later going on to continue from the professional ice hockey leagues in his home country.

Peter Cehlárik: Professional Life and Career

Cehlárik played for MsHKM Zilina U18 in Slovakia U18 in the season of  2008-2009. He continued there till the season of  2011-2012.

He played four junior seasons in his native Slovakia, before opting to continue his development in Sweden. Cehlárik made his Elitserien debut playing with Luleå HF during the 2012–13 Elitserien season.

In the season of 2011-12, he also played for Luleå HF J18 in J18 Elit, J18 Allsvenskan and for Luleå HF J20 in SuperElit.

The next season, he played for Luleå HF J18 in J18 Elit and J18 Allsvenskan, Luleå HF J20 in SuperElit and Luleå HF in SHL.

He continued with Luleå HF in ET and SHL, and Luleå HF J20 in SuperElit in the season of 2013-14. In the same season, he also played eighteen games for the team of Asplöven HC in Allsvenskan.

Cehlárik played the season of 2014-15 with Luleå HF in Champions HL and SHL, Luleå HF J20 in SuperElit. He helped the team win the Champions Hockey League during that season. The next season also, he continued with Luleå HF in SHL and Champions HL.

After playing one hundred and thirty-two games, adding twenty-two goals and forty-nine points over a span of four seasons with Luleå, he signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Boston Bruins on June 16, 2016.

Cehlárik made his NHL debut on February 11, 2017, against the Vancouver Canucks. He played 11 games for Boston Bruins before returning to Providence Bruins.

Apart from that, Cehlárik has also represented the Slovak team in various international tournaments. This includes IIHF World U18 Championships (2013), Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament (2012), World Junior Ice Hockey Championships (2014 & 2015), and IIHF World Championships (2016).

Peter Cehlárik
Caption: Peter Cehlárik Stunning Looks ( Source: The Boston Globe )

Peter Cehlárik: Salary and Net Worth

He has a net worth of $2,775,000 and his salary is $925,000.

Is Peter Cehlárik active on social media?

Peter is active on Facebook and Instagram. He has more than 1.3k followers on Facebook and more than 11.2k followers on Instagram.

Peter Cehlárik: Rumors and Controversy

Cehlárik has not been dragged into much greater controversies or rumors. He, however, has been dragged into rumors regarding his injury.

He has, thus far, managed to keep a clean image in the eyes of the public and fans.

How tall is Peter Cehlárik?

Pete has a height of 6 feet 2 inches. His body weighs 90kg. He has light brown hair and blue eyes.

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