The fisherman leaves Finland for the KHL. He signed with Minsk – KHL – Hockey – Sports


Slovak hockey goalkeeper Patrik Rybár is moving from the Finnish League to the Continental Hockey League (KHL). From next season, he will wear the jersey of the Belarusian Dynamo Minsk, with which he signed a one-year contract.

The official website of the club informed about it.

The 27-year-old Fisherman has spent the past two seasons in Kärpäte Oulu. This year he lost to the team in the quarterfinals of the playoffs, losing the series to IFK Helsinki 0: 3 in matches.

In the basic part, he caught 33 matches for Kärpät with an average of 2.02 goals collected per match and a success rate of 91.2 percent, in four playoff duels he had a goal average of 91.7 percent and a success rate of 91.7 percent.

In the past, he also worked in Hradec Králové and on the Detroit farm – Grand Rapids Griffins in the AHL.


Source: Pravda.sk – Šport – Futbal – Hokej by hokej.pravda.sk.

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