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Johan Harju and Linus Omark leave Dynamo Moscow

Johan Harju and Linus Omark leave Dynamo Moscow

KHL News and Interviews
Johan Harju and Linus Omark leave Dynamo Moscow (Photo © khl.ru) Swedish players Johan Harju and Linus Omark decided to leave KHL and Dynamo Moscow. Both players had an out clause in their contract after the first season and they decided to use it. "I was happy about the KHL, but one season is enough", Johan Harju told Aftonbladet. "Not everything went according to my plans. There was the possibility to walk away from the contract with Dynamo after the first season and I decided to do so. I can't say anything about my future right now, we'll see." Harju finished the season with four goals and 18 points in 55 regular season games, while he scored one goal in two playoff clashes. Omark scored more in the regular season, 20 goals and 36 points, but was pointless in the post season.
Linus Omark attempts a new penalty shot, but fails

Linus Omark attempts a new penalty shot, but fails

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Linus Omark attempts a new penalty shot, but fails (Photo © khl.ru) Linus Omark, who plays for Dynamo Moscow of the KHL, attempted another fancy shoot-out in the January 20th regular season match against Dynamo Minsk, months later his amazing goal against Team Switzerland that made him famous around one year ago. This season Omark scored so far 19 goals and 31 points in 50 regular season games with Dynamo. Here is the video of Omark's attempt:
KHL » Dynamo Moscow players used metro to get to game in time

KHL » Dynamo Moscow players used metro to get to game in time

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Dynamo Moscow players used metro to get to game in time (Photo © khl.ru) Dynamo Moscow players had to use Moscow underground to reach the Luzhniki arena in time for a game against Ak Bars Kazan. Most of Dynamo players were driving to the game in a club's bus but due to a traffic jam they had to leave the bus and use metro. Only the players who used their cars got to the arena beforehand and skated in the pre-game warm-up. They players who used metro joined their partners in the locker room after the warm-up. "All of our players are in the locker room right now, preparing for the game," said Dynamo coach Igor Zhilinskiy to Gazeta.ru minutes before the game. The game start wasn't delayed. "As usual, we left our base for the game 3 hours before the starting whistle. Normally it would take us...