Olympic champion Kozhevnikov called Czech Games winner Hasek a ‘little fascist’

Olympic champion Kozhevnikov called Czech Games winner Hasek a ‘little fascist’

Double Olympic ice hockey champion Alexander Kojevnikov on the air of the program “There is a theme!” on the channel “” commented on the words of the former winner of the Games in the goalkeeper of the Czech national team Dominik Hasek on the need to legally ban Czech athletes from performing in Russia.

This is how Hasek reacted on Twitter to the transfer of Czech striker of Russian origin Dmitry Yashkin to SKA Saint Petersburg. Hasek, who ended his hockey career with Spartak Moscow, said “the work of a Czech citizen in the Russian Federation is support for the Russian regime and, therefore, a danger to the Czech Republic.”

“I have known Hasek for a long time. I still remember him running after us in Switzerland and other competitions to get to know each other. He’s not only popular in the Czech Republic, he seems to be going to see the president of the hockey federation. He reminds me a bit of a fascist: “Put everyone in, shoot everyone. It doesn’t matter who agrees or disagrees with him.

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“I wanted to sit at our table and chat with the Russians. It was a long time ago, in the 90s at the Davos Cup. He used to sit with us normally, but over time, after his illness, something happened to his head. I think if Hasek would have been an active player, he would be sitting quiet now. He should make money, that’s all.

Hasek is a two-time Stanley Cup winner with Detroit. Dominik ended his career in Russia, having spent the 2010/11 season for Spartak Moscow.

Source : MatchTV

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