Speakers in several NHL goalie Ilya Bryzgalov was recognized as the most extraordinary Russian League. This was reported on the official website of the organization that formed the appropriate rating.
The goalkeeper got the victory in the nomination for an original approach to interviews in which hockey player never said memorized phrases and always able to please the fans and journalists bright statements.
“Perhaps, either before or after Bryzgalov was not the players, whose opinion on “What’s your favorite planet?” or “Is hotdog a sandwich?” so interested in the fans,” — said in the NHL, adding that the Russian was an excellent goalkeeper.
Second place in the list of the most extraordinary Russian players took the forward of “Washington capitals” Alexander Ovechkin, the third place went to former forward of “Detroit Red wings” Pavel Datsyuk.
Bryzgalov played in the NHL from 2006 to 2015. In 2007 in the “Anaheim ducks”, he won the Stanley Cup. Also the goalkeeper defended the colors of the Phoenix coyotes, “Philadelphia flyers”, “Edmonton Oilers” and “Minnesota Wilde”.
The goalkeeper played for the Russian national team at two Olympic games and won bronze in 2002. is Also the world champion of 2009.
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