Pavel Datsyuk: "This match will live long in the memory"


Forward Pavel Datsyuk:

- Thank you to everyone for the support! My heart was barely beating when we were down 2:3, but the guys found the inner strength to make it 3:3 and we won because of the support which was given to us. I feel really relaxed now, but on the other hand, I need to chase a new dream. This was the most memorable match in my life, it will live long in the memory.

Russian Ice Hockey Federation 

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