Excellent Swedish Oilers fan and hockey blogger Martin Lundén has found another Linus Omark summer interview. Omark is known for his confidence and honesty despite the fact that most of what we learn from the Swede with finesse is from Swedish media.
Omark: Obviously I’m happy I’ve got to play my first NHL-game and played rather good from time to time and showed I have the capacity to play in this league. Sure, it’s been a pretty big change in life to first move from Sweden to Russia onward to the NHL. Now, it is the first time I live alone as I had Harju with me when I played in Russia. On the ice the difference is the smaller rinks and the fact you don’t have the same amount of time to do stuff. But apart from that the biggest difference is to live outside the rink…
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