Contrary to what was said in Russia, the attacker of the Detroit Red Wings, Dmytro Timashov will not leave North America to go play in the kontinental hockey League (KHL).
This weekend, the Russian media Sport Express reported that the former Ramparts of Quebec was on the point of agree with Dinamo Riga, a KHL based in Latvia.
The agents of Timashov, however, have told the daily The Detroit News that it was a load of nonsense, Sunday.
The left winger, 23-year-old has played five games with the Red Wings in 2019-2020, who had been claimed on waivers from the Toronto Maple Leafs in February. Before joining the training of Michigan, he has donned the uniform of the toronto 39 times this season.
In 44 games, he has amassed four goals and five assists for nine points.
The Ukrainian has been a choice of the fifth round (125th overall) of the Leafs during the draft of 2015.
With the Walls and the Cataracts de Shawinigan in the major junior hockey League’s Québec, Timashov scored 171 points in 123 parties.