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by Paul on 07/03/13 at 09:22 AM ET
Describing what winning the Olympic hockey gold medal means to Russia, Datsyuk said: “It’s the biggest thing for any country. It’s hard to explain, it’s just a feeling you have.”
Winning an Olympic gold medal is just about the only accomplishment not credited to Datsyuk. He’s already won the Stanley Cup, the World Championship and a Russian championship, so the Olympic crown is vital to him now.
“I think winning the Olympic gold is the biggest thing for any hockey player. You want to win for your country.”
When asked about his summer plans and attending Russia’s pre-Olympic camp, Datsyuk deadpanned the following.
“I’m just waiting to make sure I make the team.”
There’s another humorous moment from one of the world’s most seriously talented hockey prodigies.
more inlcuding Datsyuk stating he still wants to finish his career in Russia.
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