KHL’s expansion: così il nostro Direttore Amadasi a Sport.ru

KHL’s expansion to the West: a survey of European journalists.
Questo il titolo dell’articolo giornalistico pubblicato ieri sulle pagine di Sport.ru, dove attraverso tre domande poste a sei giornalisti europei, sono state analizzate le mire espansionistcihe della Kontinental Hockey League.

Domande e relative interviste poste ai colleghi svedesi Mattias Ek e Magnus Nystrom di di Hockeyexpressen, al finlandese  Risto Pakarinen di The Hockey News, al ceko di Michael Langr, iDNES.cz, allo slovaccio Martin Galajda di Hokej.sk ed al nostro Direttore Daniele Amadasi in considerazione del fatto che Tuttohockey.com segue le vicende della KHL con cadenza settimanale dalla sua primissima stagione

Di seguito riportiamo la parte dell’intervista in lingua inglese che ha riguardato il nostro Direttore Daniele Amadasi, segnalandovi altresì che l’intero articolo è visionabile sulla pagina del sito di Sport.ru all’indirizzo internet: www.sports.ru/en/hockey/90156813.html 

KHL’s expansion to the West: a survey of European journalists
According to the head of KHL Alexander Medvedev, a Slovakian club will be joining the league next season, becoming the first representative from beyond the former USSR. As Medvedev also hinted at some clubs from Italy and Finland eager to play in the Russian-centered league, Sports.ru decided to ask European hockey journalists about the perspectives of the KHL’s expansion to the West.

1. What’s your opinion on KHL’s expansion to Europe?
2. What do you think of the possibility for your country’s hockey clubs to join KHL?
3. How do you see the future of the European club hockey?

Daniele Amadasi, Tuttohockey.com, Italy
1. European club hockey will become more interesting with KHL involved. But I think strong national leagues don’t have much interest in this expansion.
2. Sure, we would like to see KHL games in Italy, but technically it’s almost impossible. It would be cheaper to develop our own league.
3. The future for the hockey in Europe? We do like our single national championship, but we would like see the reborn Champions Hockey League with 24 clubs taking part: one club from a little hockey nation (IIHF European ranking place 9 to 16) and two clubs from a big nation (IIHF European ranking place 1 to 8).

 

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