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Coach “Severstal” Razin: It’s wrong to fine for poverty, especially right now

Petersburg, September 18 – RIA Novosti, Dmitry Edigarev. Cherepovets head coach “Severstal” Andrey Razin, during the regular season game of the Continental Hockey League (KHL) St. Petersburg SKA, he said his team should not be fined for discrepancies in wages.

Continental Hockey League (KHL)
18 September 2022 • Starts at 17:30
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On Sunday, SKA defeated Severstal at home on ice in a shootout.

“SKA is now on horseback. We played disciplined. A transfer is small but a success. It’s a shame that we couldn’t beat the last championship. If we talk about a possible penalty for poverty, this is wrong. The league should reconsider its decision. If we show the result, concessions can be made, especially in this period,” he said.

The expert also explained why the goalkeeper was changed at the beginning of the meeting. Instead of Vladislav Podyapolsky, Dmitry Bugaev came to the ice. Razin said: “The light came on that there would be a pause. The goalkeeper stood up and whistled due to an injury. The referees said that our goalkeeper should be replaced because he started at such a moment.” Additional.

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