today 13:30 Another Slovak hockey player will work in the Russian Continental Hockey League (KHL). Goalkeeper Patrik Rybár agreed on an annual contract with Spartak Moscow. The club itself informed about it. Also read Slovak hockey players in Russia? It is a manifestation of ignorance, they can become useful … For the 28-year-old Fisherman it will be the second season in the KHL, the previous one worked in the Belarusian Diname Minsk. During it, he shone especially at the Olympics in Beijing, when he was one of the main engineers of Slovak bronze success. He was also included in the All Star team. He also took part in the World Cup in Finland, where he caught only two matches due to injury. He is the third officially confirmed Slovak in the KHL, where most foreign players left en masse. Defenders Michal Tchaikovsky (Sibir Novosibirsk) and Christián Jaroš (Avangard Omsk) have already signed contracts, Michal Krištof (Admiral Vladivostok) should join them in the near future. Read also Another Slovak national team is heading to the KHL
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