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Slovak goalkeeper Július Hudáček has extended his contract with Spartak Moscow and will continue in the Continental Hockey League (KHL) for the next two seasons.
A native of Spisska Nova Ves was in 2018/2019 goalkeeper unit "red-white", while in the basic section took 45 matches with a success rate of interventions of 91.6 percent.
In the dismantling phase, it even increased its performance and covered 93.4% of the pitches in six duels against SKA St. Petersburg. Before coming to Moscow, Hudáček worked at KHL also in Severstali Cherepovets and Sibir Novosibirsk. She is also experienced in major Swedish, Czech and Slovak competitions.
The thirty-year-old goalkeeper is part of the Slovakian hockey team, which is preparing for the May World Championships in Bratislava and Košice.
In the past he has appeared in six world championships and in 2012 he has won a silver medal with the national team. Information brought by the official website of Spartak Moscow.
Author: |Source: SITA|Photo: spartak.ru