Czech forward Roman Cervenka has cancelled his contract with SKA. Despite this move however, SKA Hockey Club does continue to hold his KHL rights. Roman has revealed that he would like to continue his career in Europe.
Roman played for SKA 140 times over two seasons, and picked up 99 points (35+64). With SKA he became a Russian championship silver medalist as well as a KHL Gagarin Cup champion.
SKA are always open for dialogue to find a solution which will suit both sides. The club thanks Roman for his efforts, and wishes him luck in his further career.