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Google-translated ‘Aww’: Pavel Datsyuk worries about his buddy Henrik Zetterberg

Your Google-translated Swedish "Aww" of the day, via RedWingsFeed: Henrik Zetterberg told Expressen's Henrik Sjoberg that he still believes the Tre Kronor will be fine without him, and Pavel Datsyuk had to say the following to Sjoberg about his Red Wings teammate and friend:

Pavel Datsyuk tried calling Henrik Zetterberg after back injury that stops the Swedish captain in the Olympics.

"I got no answer, but he might have changed the phone when he's over here now," says the Russian superstar.

For SportExpressen.se he talks about the emotions following the news about Zetterberg.

"I feel sorry for him, he must be healthy but not just for the season but for his future life," says Datsyuk.

Datsyuk continued...

"I really like the guy, that's my buddy and I feel sorry for him. It is unfortunately things can happen. Hope he get better soon. The most important thing is that he only gets better now," says Datsyuk.

They came over to North America and Detroit simultaneously and Pavel have been trying to get hold of Zetterberg here in Sochi.

"I tried to call him but no answer, but he may have changed phone over here now. I'll try again," says Datsyuk.

Given the proliference of professional computer hackers in Sochi, it is entirely probable that Alfredsson has a "Sochi phone."

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