Avangard: The future of grown-up ice-hockey
An 11-year-old ice-hockey player should watch and listen, listen and watch — and dare to try out some bold moves. Isn’t that what it’s all about? And the adults in the young player’s club should set a good example by winning. That’s exactly what’s happened here. These Gagarin Cup finalists also find the time to check in with their young club mates training for the Gazprom Neft Cup. That’s how it should be. They’re one team, after all.