For the 2012-13 season, Tenkrat remained with Sparta Praha, scoring 18 goals and 31 points and once more competed in the World Championships for the Czech Republic in Finland and Sweden, as they co-hosted the tournament for the second year in a row, only with the finals changed from Stockholm to now Helsinki.
Tenkrat redjoined HC Kladno for the first time in four seasons for the 2013-14 season, only to see the club relegated to the second division for 2014-15. He remained with the club for the 2014-15 season and served as the team captain.
He played four games for HC Kometa Brno in 2015-16 and was loaned to HC Slovan Ustecti Lvi in the Czech second division for the majority of the year, seeing action in 35 games which included scoring 26 points.
Despite turning 40 today, Tenkrat is not done playing just yet, and is scheduled to return to HC Kladno for the 2016-17 season. We calculate to date he as made 22 border crossings among 7 countries while generating a litany of game worn jerseys in his wake.
The Bruins introduced this modernized jersey for the 1995-96 season, replacing a style that dated all the way back to 1974-75. This style was worn 11 seasons through the 2006-07 season when Tenkrat was with Boston before being replaced 2007-08 by a Reebok Edge version of their 2006-07 throwback alternate jersey that was based on the style they wore for their 1970 and 1972 Stanley Cup championships.
Bonus jersey: Today's bonus jersey is a Providence Bruins 2006-07 Petr Tenkrát jersey as worn during a seven game stint in the AHL with the Bruin's top minor league affiliate during his second stint in the NHL when he returned from Europe to join the Bruins for the 2006-07 season.
Providence traditionally has identical or similar jerseys to their parent club in Boston, but with a spoked P logo, rather than the Bruins spoked B. Other than the change in logo, note the sponsorship patch worn on the upper right chest, a common sight in the AHL.
Extra bonus jersey: Today's extra bonus jersey is a 2003-04 Kärpät Oulu Petr Tenkrát jersey as worn during Tenkrát's return to Kärpät, which translates to a stoat or an ermine, following his tenure with Khimik in Russia.