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NHL player's wife complained about life in Russia after returning from the US


The wife of the Czech hockey player of Russian origin Dmitry Yashkin, Nadia, on Instagram appreciated life in Russia after returning from the United States. 15 PHOTOS The wife of the National Hockey League (NHL) Arizona Coyotes club player said that Muscovites are angry and impolite, and the sky is gray.

“Out of habit, I go and apologize to everyone, as everyone does in the USA. I'm sorry," she complained.

Yashkin is known for his performances in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) for Dynamo Moscow from 2019 to 2021. He was recognized as the best sniper of the tournament. Since this season, the hockey player has been playing for the Coyotes, in which he played 12 games and scored one point. In November, he suffered a lower body injury and will miss the remainder of the season.

Last June, journalist Anna Kasterova, wife of NHL forward Evgeny Malkin, Pittsburgh Penguins, spoke about relations between Russia and the United States. In her opinion, those who call America the enemy of Russia feel envy of the Americans.

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