Post: Hockey player SKA Zykov suffered a severe facial bone fracture

SKA coach Rotenberg said Zykov suffered a severe fracture of his facial bone.

st. PETERSBURG, February 3 – RIA Novosti, Dmitry Edigarev. Petersburg team head coach Roman Rotenberg said SKA forward Valentin Zykov broke his facial bone during the Continental Hockey League (KHL) regular season game against Ak Bars Kazan.

The match in St.Petersburg ended with the win of the ice hosts with a score of 7:4 (3:3, 2:1, 2:0). At the beginning of the match, SKA forward Valentin Zykov was injured after a harsh reception from the visiting team’s striker Alexander Radulov.

“Valentin Zykov has a serious facial bone fracture. It’s not very good. We have to see if the injury was intentional. But the players must understand that they have to take the blow. Zykov’s injury rallied the team. He will have surgery,” he said.

The expert also noted that he did not see the mistake of goalkeeper Vladislav Podyapolsky in missed goals.

“The best hockey masters have scored against us. We need to improve at every moment against them. Conceded goals are not the fault of the goalkeeper. We scored seven goals but we still haven’t scored many goals. We have to score, then it will come.” No question about refereeing. “Seven goals. We respect Bilyaletdinov, but I haven’t seen anything new in the Ak Bars system, they always play like that,” Bars said.

Source: Ria

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