"Problems with the head": Russian Olympic champion insulted a hockey legend for supporting Ukraine
Two-time Olympic champion Alexander Kozhevnikov insulted legendary Czech goalkeeper Dominik Hašek, who supports Ukraine and demands to ban Russian athletes from international competitions. The former hockey player called the two-time Stanley Cup winner a "little fascist" with a sick head.
Kozhevnikov stated this in a commentary for the propaganda channel Russia Today. The winner of the Sarajevo-84 and Calgary-88 games, with typical neglect and arrogance, ridiculed Hašek for not having a right to his opinion.
"Dominik Hašek has a serious problem in his head. Apparently, he decided to go into politics after he wasn't accepted into the International Ice Hockey Federation. After such statements, he can only be called a little fascist with senile dementia. Somehow, he was attracted to Russia, so he decided to join the Russophobes," Kozhevnikov said.
Earlier, Dominik Hašek visited Kharkiv and Kiev and recorded a new video message to Ukrainians, wishing them to "chase the Russian crap away." He also called Russian hockey player and founder of the Putin Team movement Alexander Ovechkin, who keeps quiet about the war in Ukraine, a coward.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the former head coach of the Ukrainian national hockey team Andrei Nazarov called to "always support" Putin.