Martin Fehérváry Source: TASR / Ján Krošlák HELSINKI – Martin Fehérváry will join the Slovak national hockey team at the World Championships in Finland. The Washington Capitals defender lost to his team on Saturday night in the 6th quarter final playoff of the NHL Eastern Conference with the Florida Panthers 3: 4 after extra time and the club season is over for him. This will be Fehérváry’s third participation in the World Championships, before that he represented Slovakia at the World Championships in Denmark (2018) and Košice (2019). The management of the national team will provide more detailed information about his arrival at Saturday’s practice before the evening duel with Germany. According to SZĽH spokesman Petr Jánošík, “the question is no longer whether he will join, but when and which match he will manage”, he wrote on Twitter. After the arrival of the 22-year-old defender, the implementation team still has two vacancies on the roster. Before the start of the championship, defender Martin Bučko and forwarders Adam Sýkora and Andrej Kollár were left behind. So the question is no longer whether Martin Fehérváry will join the national team in Finland, but when and which match he will make 😉 https://t.co/rUPUxb3Soc – Peter Janosik (@peter_janosik) May 14, 2022 Caps are eliminated with the winner of the basic part, the holders of the Presidential Trophy advanced to the 2nd round of the knockout for the first time since 1996. Fehérváry played almost 21 minutes on Saturday night, scoring up to three minus points, seven hits and two blocked shots. He played a total of 79 matches in the regular season, adding another six in the playoffs. He scored 8 goals and 9 assists in his account. Author: © List Source: TASR
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