"Forgetting" about the Spartak Indrashis, the Swedish newcomer "Dynamo" holds compatriots for fools?

“Forgetting” about the Spartak Indrashis, the Swedish newcomer “Dynamo” holds compatriots for fools?

Let’s go through the teams that have the right to put up five foreign players for the match. Let’s start from the West. Only Lokomotiv, for the first time in many years, fundamentally refused the services of foreigners. However, not a single Russian club of this conference has chosen a quota for migrants.


Goalkeeper – Adam Reideborn (30 years old, Sweden)

Defenders – Darren Dietz (29, Canadian native played for Kazakhstan), Fredrik Klasson (29, Sweden)


Defender – Alex Grant (33 years old, Canada)

Forward – Dmitry Yashkin (29 years old, Czech Republic / Russia)

“DINAMO” (Moscow)

Forwards – Eric O’Dell (32 years old, Canada), Jordan Weale (30 years old, Canada), Jacob Lilja (29 years old, Sweden)


Goalkeeper – Patrik Ribar (28 years old, Slovakia)

Defender – Joey Keane (23 years old, USA)

Forwards – Philip Varone (31 years old, Canada), Shane Prince (29 years old, a native of the USA played for Belarus), Miks Indrashis (31 years old, Latvia)


Defender – Robin Press (27 years old, Sweden)

Forward – Adam Liska (22 years old, Slovakia)

“DINAMO” (Minsk)

Head coach – Craig Woodcroft (52 years old, Canada)

Defensemen – John Gilmour (29, Canada), Sean Lalonde (34, Canada), Mark Barberio (32, Canada)

Forwards – Nick Merkley (25, Canada), Brandon Kozun (32, Canada), Ryan Spooner (30, Canada)


Goalkeeper – Lawrence Zinaddin (17 years old, a native of the UAE played for Belarus)

Forwards – Yu Sato (20 years old, Japan), Kenny Agostino (30 years old, USA), Denis Yan (25 years old, USA / Russia)


Defender – Jeremy Roy (25 years old, Canada)

Forwards – Zachary Mitchell (29 years old, Canada), Tyler Graowatz (29 years old, Canada)


Defender – Joe Morrow (29 years old, Canada)

As you can see, the total advantage of the North Americans is 15 representatives from Canada and four from the USA. Unexpectedly, there were a lot of Swedes – four, in contrast to their neighbors from Finland. Suomi, apparently, will be represented only by striker Temu Pulkkinen (Tractor). There are only two Slovaks left in the West, and there are no Czechs at all. Except for Yashkin, who was born in Omsk, played for their national team.

As before, on the website of the KHL and Spartak, the Latvian Indrashis is listed as part of the club. Having been subjected to terrible obstruction in his homeland, he changed his mind about moving to Moscow and seemed to have concluded an agreement with the German Schwenningen. But the story is far from over. In order to break the agreement with the red-whites and get the right to play in Germany, Indrashis, according to all hockey and transfer laws of the IIHF, is obliged to pay compensation to Spartak.

That is why Lilya, according to the Swedish forward himself, abandoned the idea of ​​​​throwing Dynamo Moscow:

– I signed the contract at the beginning of February, even before the events in Ukraine. I made it clear that I wanted to terminate the contract. There was a chance it would work. I spoke to a club in Switzerland that tried to buy me out. Also among the options were the Swedish “Malmo” and “Linkoping”, who tried to solve this problem. How much money would it take to buy me back? Personally, I can’t afford to buy out the contract. I don’t have that financial capacity. That’s more money than I have,” Jakob said in an interview with the Stockholm tabloid Expressen.

If you look at it, Lilya set himself up great with this speech. If the IIHF turns a blind eye to the violation of all international regulations by Indrassis and authorizes his transfer to the German league under the current contract with Spartak, then it turns out that Lilya is simply disingenuous. Too good money was promised to the Scandinavian in Dynamo. In other words, the blue and white made the very offer that is impossible to refuse.

Source: Sovsport

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