Belarusian hockey player Shostak said that gasoline prices in Finland are higher than in Russia
Dynamo Minsk goalkeeper Konstantin Shostak spoke about the experience of playing for the UP club in the Finnish Championship. Allhockey.ru reports about it.
The goalkeeper, who spent several seasons in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) team Severstal, compared life in Cherepovets with life in Jyväskylä. “I couldn’t get used to the very expensive taxis and high gas prices in Finland. And so, everything is the same, ”added Shostak. The player also noted the high level of the Finnish league.
Shostak, 22, made 18 KHL appearances in three seasons. He also has six matches in the national team of Belarus.
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