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Mikhail Grabovski: “I would like to thank “Toronto” that I was kicked out”

Author: Newsmaker added 21-10-2013, 15:24

Mikhail Grabovski: “I would like to thank “Toronto” that I was kicked out”Belarusian forward of ”Washington Capitals“ Mikhail Grabovski described the adaptation to the new team after "Toronto Maple Leafs" bought out his contract last summer.


"The period of adaptation to the" Washington" seems to be passed, I feel like at home. I like attacking style of the team, besides we are always fighting for the Stanley Cup.


The credibility of trainers is certainly important, but my point is to work and to confirm that I can play at my level and help the team to win.


I don’t want to remember the history of my departure from ”Toronto“. I would like to thank them that I was kicked out. I'll try to play better and fight for the Stanley Cup here not in "Toronto".


My task in power play is to do the same functions as the player who was before me. It's simple - I know what I should do and try to do it.


What is the difference between "Washington" and "Toronto"? The fact that the team will fight for the top places, "- said Grabovski in the interview to the official NHL website.


His assist in a home game against "Edmonton Oilers" helped ”Washington Capitals“ to stop a series of three defeats. This point made Grabovski the best Belarusian top scorer in the NHL regular season with 223 (97+126) points. Ex-leader Andrei Kostitsyn got 222 (103+119) points during his career in ”Montreal Canadiens“ and ”Nashville Predators“.

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