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[NEWS] Ex-hockey player Filatov responded to allegations of match-fixing

Former hockey player Nikita Filatov commented on the information that he was involved in organizing match-fixing. His words are reported by Match TV .

“I don’t know who this person is. I have nothing to do with match-fixing. Then the lawyer will deal with this,” Filatov said.

Earlier it was reported that the former hockey player allegedly participated in the organization of contractual matches of the Youth Hockey League (MHL) and the Major Hockey League (VHL). The statement was written by Muscovite Emil Muzaffarov.

In his professional NHL career, Filatov played for the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Ottawa Snators. In the KHL, the player defended the colors of CSKA, Salavat Yulaev, Yugra, Torpedo, Admiral, Dynamo Moscow, Lada and Neftekhimik. Now Filatov is an assistant to agent Sergei Isakov .

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