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A Month without Hockey: Kabrizov Shares his Experience.


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Moscow, April 8 – The Russian striker of the National Hockey League club “Minnesota Wild” Kirill Kaprizov said that the period of absence from hockey associated with injury was not easy for him.
Kaprizov was injured on March 9 in an away match in the National Hockey League against the Winnipeg Jets (4: 2). Midway through the third period, Winnipeg defenseman Logan Stanley fell on Kabrizov’s left leg. And the Russian player will return to the squad for the team’s next match with the St. Louis Blues, which will take place on Sunday evening Moscow time.
“He said he was ready, so he is ready. Yesterday we talked to him. Kirill is a special player, but in such cases everyone is treated the same. The coaching staff and doctors decide to return the player to the team only after they themselves have declared their readiness, “- said the head coach For “Minnesota” Dean Evason.

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In the 2022/23 season, the 25-year-old Kaprizov played 65 matches and scored 74 points (39 goals and 35 assists). The Russian striker is Minnesota’s best scorer and sniper.

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