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Lokomotiv Jaroslavl

September 7, 2011 by staff 

Lokomotiv JaroslavlLokomotiv Jaroslavl, List of victims of the hockey team Lokomotiv Yaroslavl KHL, which is now crashes How-42.
Last Name First Name Nationality Age Post
Sweden goalkeeper Stefan Liv 30 years
Vjuchin Russia goalkeeper Alexander 38 years
Anikejenko defenseman Vitaly Russia 24 years
Balandino defenseman Mikhail Russia 31 years
Germany defender Robert Dietrich 25 years
Russia Marat Kalimulin defender 23 years
Karel Rachunek Republic defender 32 years
Skrastins( defenseman Karlis Latvia 37 years
Trachanov defenseman Pavel Russia 33 years
Russian defender Yuri Uryc(ev 20 years
C(urilov Gennady Russia striker 24 years
Pavol Demitra Slovakia striker 36 years
Arto Jarc(uk Russia striker 21 years
Kaljanin Alexnadr Russia striker 23 years
Russia striker Andrei Kirjuchin 24 years
Russia striker Nikita Kljukin 21 years
Marek Jan CR attacker 31 years
Russia striker Sergei Ostapc(uk 21 years
Daniil Sobc(enko Russia striker 20 years
Russia striker Ivan Tkac(enko 31 years
Josef Vasicek Republic striker 30 years
Russia striker Alexander Vasjunov 23 years
Russia striker Alexander Romanovskij 24 years
Daniil Jerdakov Russia striker 22 years
Brad McCrimmon Canada coach 52 years

Selection statements celebrities to air crash in Russia:

Thomas King, president of the Czech Ice Hockey Association (C(SLH)
“Report on the death of us shocked. John Marek, Karel Rachunek and Josef Vasicek is a significant contribution towards the success of our greatest hockey in recent years, especially in the profits of gold medals from world championships 2005 and 2010. They were both excellent hockey players, but also excellent friends and people. ”

Vu*jtek Vladimir, Yaroslavl Lokomotiv Former coach:
“It’s horrible. I had a lot of close acquaintances, I came into contact with the families … And you guys I’ve coached six months ago … With the plane we were flying everywhere and the team was not the only hint of a problem. It is one of safest aircraft and was cared for him perfectly. ”

Alois Hadamczik, coach of the Czech national ice hockey team:
“I have no words, because there’s nothing to say. John Mark talked to me 14 days ago and told me that he had a baby. That there will not be, and he would go home to go to Sparta …” (Radio Impuls)

Dominik Hasek, hockey goalie:
“I’m from that mad, it’s horrible, I do not know what to say.” (IHNed.cz)

Vladislav Tretiak, president of the Russian Hockey Federation:
“We will do everything we can to ensure that hockey in Yaroslavl die and will continue to live for people who were on the plane.” (Www.sport.sk)

Jozef Golonka, legend (Czech)-Slovak ice hockey:
“It’s hard to believe that in today’s modern, technological world in which care to every detail, plane crashes. For me it is all the more sad that there were three Czech hockey players and especially Pal(o Demitra, who belonged to our supporters of the the last Olympics in Vancouver. Demitra was not the best hockey players in the world … It’s a huge loss, mainly because the head of the team is not the best shooter, but one who can unite the team and is a respected player. And that was Pal(o Demitra. ” (Www.denniksport.sk)

Robert Reichel, Czech hockey player:
“It’s great misfortune that they happen. It is hard to find words, it is a tragedy for the entire hockey world. I would compare this tragedy to an unfortunate accident, football Manchester United (1958).” (Slovak TV TA3)

Rene Fasel, chairman of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF):
“It is the blackest day in the history of our sport … It’s a terrible tragedy for the world hockey community also because it touches so many peoples … Our thoughts and prayers are with families and friends of the victims.”

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