GKS Tychy is getting close to finishing off their offseason and now has re-signed a leader of their bottom six. Starzyński has re-upped on a one-year pact with Tychy, and it will be his second season with GKS Tychy.
The 29-year-old Warszawa native is considered one of the best defensive forwards in Poland and is acclaimed in the faceoff circle. Last year he recorded two goals and one assist in 38 games. He also represented Poland at the Olympic Qualifiers and Division 1 Group B World Championships. Before signing with Tychy, he spent three seasons with GKS Katowice. For his career, he has 48 points (26G-22A-48PTS) in 176 games. Before that, he played for four years at Northern Michigan University in the NCAA.
GKS Tychy continues to build its roster with championship ambitions, and 2012 was the first time the team failed to win a medal. While retaining most of their core, the team did add Polish national team members Filip Komorski and Jakub Bukowski, along with imports Alexandre Boivin and Ondrej Sedivy.
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