GENERICO.ruSportThe goalkeeper of “Dynamo” Eremenko did not hold back the tears after the defeat from CSKA

The goalkeeper of “Dynamo” Eremenko did not hold back the tears after the defeat from CSKA


MOSCOW, Mar 23 Dynamo Moscow goalkeeper Alexander Eremenko said that with a high degree of probability will end his career after the team's departure from the playoffs of the Continental Hockey League (KHL). On Wednesday, Dynamo lost to CSKA Moscow (3:6) in the fourth match of the quarterfinal series of the Gagarin Cup and ended the performance at the tournament. “I would like to thank the fans – for many years I gave my all to Dynamo. Probably, the time has come when it’s time … I always set myself the maximum tasks, no matter what. Now I understand that I can’t cope, something is missing, but there was a great desire play in the playoffs, I squeezed the maximum out of myself. Most likely, I will finish. Will I go to coach? Probably, I want to pass on my experience to the young guys – the experience is colossal, interesting, I worked with many coaches. But first I want to rest. Now I am 24 7 in the team, but I want to to be with relatives who live for me, and I do not give them anything. We will move on,” Eremenko told the KHL press service, barely holding back tears. Eremenko is 41 years old, he is a graduate of the capital's “Dynamo” and spent most of his career at the club. He also played for Tver THC, Chelyabinsk “Mechel”, Kazan “Ak Bars “and Ufa” Salavat Yulaev “. In the regular championships and playoffs of the KHL, the goalkeeper played 515 matches, in which he scored 299 victories. Eremenko is a three-time winner of the Gagarin Cup (2011, 2012, 2013), the champion of Russia (2005, 2006, 2008 ) and a two-time world champion in the Russian team (2008, 2009).

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