Pavel Datsyuk named Russian captain for Olympic Games

From the Russian news agency “TASS“:

St. Petersburg SKA hockey team forward Pavel Datsyuk will be the captain of the team of “Olympic athletes from Russia” competing at the 2018 Olympic Games in South Korea, the head coach of the St. Petersburg SKA, Oleg Znarok, told reporters on Monday.

The team will head for South Korea on February 6 to prepare for the Olympics. “Datsyuk was designated as captain,” Znarok said.

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