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Analysis of the success of individual game activities in an ice hockey match for HC Motor České Budějovice players
The bachelor thesis dealt with the analysis of the game activities of an individual in a hockey match. We have divided the issue of ice hockey into several categories: game combinations, game systems and individual game activities. Their characteristics and methodology were dealt with in the most extensive chapter of the analytical part. Statistics were also taken into account as it is becoming an increasingly important component not only of hockey, but of sport in general. In this chapter, we explained why basic statistics alone are no longer enough, and we explained the available advanced statistics. Part of the analytical work was devoted to the history and development of ice hockey, both world-wide and Czech. In the synthetic part, 4 defenders and 5 attackers from the HC Motor České Budějovice team were monitored, for whom the success and frequency of individual game activities were recorded during selected matches in the last year of the Czech top competition, such as passes, 1 on 1 battles and faceoffs. Based on the obtained statistics, an analysis was performed examining the relationship between the success and frequency of game activities with the results of the match and a comparison of the success and frequency of the monitored players.

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