Petr Cech is a retired Czech professional soccer player who played as a goalkeeper. He began his career with Chmel Blsany in the Czech Republic before moving to Sparta Prague, where he won the Czech First League in 2001 and 2002. He then moved to Rennes for two years, but in 2004, he was signed by Chelsea, where he played for 11 seasons and won numerous honors, including four Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups, the UEFA Europa League, and the UEFA Champions League. He also set a Premier League record for the most clean sheets in a season, with 24 in the 2004-2005 campaign. In 2015, he was signed by Arsenal and played four seasons, winning the FA Cup in 2016. Cech also won the U21 European Championship in 2002 with the Czech Republic, and he went on to make 124 appearances for the Czechs. He now plays semi-professional ice hockey as a goaltender for Chelmsford Chieftains.
He joined the Blackhawks after practice today, showing pretty solid hockey goalie ability, with his reactions being his most noticeable skill, coming as no surprise considering his legendary football career in Europe.