Linus Omark said goodbye to Salavat Yulaev fans
The Swedish forward of the Ufa team Linus Omark after the announcement of the early end of the KHL season said goodbye to the fans of Salavat Yulaev.
The Swede thanked his teammates, who had been with him for all years in Ufa — Maxim Mayorov, Teemu Hartikainen, and Zakhar Arzamastsev.
“And thank you, fans. You were amazing, and hockey cannot be fun without you. I will always have a green heart, wherever I play,” the forward completed his post.
Later it was reported that 33-year-old Linus Omark would continue his professional hockey career in the Swiss Championship. But player’s agent Igor Parashkin has not yet called a specific club.
Recall that in 2015, the Swedish forward moved to Salavat Yulaev HC. Before that, he played for the Moscow Dynamo and the Finnish Jokerit in the KHL. In total, he spent 476 matches in the league, in which he scored 429 points (124 goals + 305 assists). The hockey player also became the world champion as part of the national team of Sweden (2017) and won two bronze medals of world championships (2009, 2010). The Omark’s contract with the Bashkir club expires on April 30, 2020.