Military expert Dandykin said that Ivan Fedotov will be able to play in the NHL after the army
Military expert Vasily Dandykin assessed the chances of Russian hockey player Ivan Fedotov to leave for the National Hockey League (NHL) after serving in the army. It is reported by “Match TV”.
According to the expert, the hockey player retained his chances of playing in the NHL. Dandykin noted that Fedotov is not threatened with service at secret facilities, and, accordingly, restrictions on leaving the country.
He drew attention to the fact that only contract soldiers serve on submarines. The expert also recalled that many famous athletes have titles. In particular, skier Alexander Bolshunov is the captain of the National Guard.
Earlier it became known that Fedotov is in a military hospital under the Ministry of Defense. On July 4, it was reported that he was sent to the training unit of the Russian Navy, where he should stay until September.
The situation with the detention and subsequent call-up of Fedotov developed against the backdrop of the player’s recent signing of a contract with the Philadelphia Flyers NHL club. Previously, the goalkeeper played for CSKA.