Ruskies forward regarding Kazakhstani hockey golf club dies after strike to the head

MOSCOW – A player within the Kazakhstani ice hockey league offers died, many days after receiving a violent strike to the head throughout a playoff game.

Dmitri Uchaykin, a Russian forward to the Ertis Pavlodar golf club, was thirty-two. His golf club announced the death on its website, but did not give more details.

Uchaykin got a hard strike from Arystan forward Donatas Kumeliuskas throughout their game, but Russia’s Sovetsky Game said the gamer left the actual ice on his own and also drove home following the game. It stated he then dropped conscience the next day and also was rushed to a local medical center, in which he died of the stroke earlier Sunday.

Uchaykin offers spent most of his career with Russian golf club Amur.