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MOSCOW, 22 Jul – Czech hockey player Lukas Klok, who moved from Nizhnekamsk Neftekhimik to Arizona, spoke about the threats he received because of his performance in Russia.
The agreement between Neftekhimik and the Czech Republic, calculated until April 2024, was terminated by mutual agreement of the parties.
“Here you can feel the pressure of the media on everything related to Russia. Just look at how they write about the Slovaks, who are now moving to the KHL. The vast majority react negatively. I was threatened on social networks by people from anonymous accounts. It was unpleasant to read, but I didn’t I was going to take it. We live in a democratic country, so let everyone express their opinion. And I will stand by my own, “sport.cz quotes the 27-year-old defender.
Klock stressed that he could not say a single bad word about the Russians and their actions in the current situation.
“They could have left me there because of the current contract, but we agreed on the terms of its termination. They met me halfway because they understood the situation. I won’t blame the Russians as if the whole nation is bad. friends with whom a great relationship has developed. They are just as normal people as we are, who cannot do anything in this situation, “added the hockey player.
Klok moved to Neftekhimik in 2021. He took part in 44 games of the regular season, in which he scored 31 points (5 goals + 26 assists). He also has 4 (1+3) points in the playoffs.


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