Well, they quoted the same paper you have as a source there .
But yes they corrected themselves.
I know that. I just say that finnish papers (slovak are the same) just copy+paste every nonsense from russian websites. Finnish (slovak, czech as well) should verify info before translating ... my opinion.
Indeed. 17-year-old Marko Daňo scored his 3rd KHL goal in Slovan's 3-2 win over Atlant tonight. He'll turn 18 next week. 19-year-old Tomáš Mikúš assisted on Slovan's first goal. These youngsters are so good they'd deserve more playing time, but coach Čada mostly just alternates them on the 4th line, so Mikúš played just over 4 minutes and Daňo just over 6 minutes tonight.
Their stats for the season are pretty good, too, considering their age. They both have 5 points so far, along with an impressive +4, with an average playing time of well under 10 minutes per game. They say Daňo might be a 1st round NHL pick at the end of this season; we'll see. A ridiculous achievement of his was that the 17-year-old was credited with the KHL's best hit of last week.
How has Victor Hedman been playing so far?
His stats are excellent but I would like to see opinion from someone that has been able to actually see him play
I've seen him a couple of times and he is good. And the bigger ice hasn't affected him that much as other guys, I guess size does matter. But his team is really shaky team. They can match up the best teams some nights and then be completely destroyed by them.
And i would say that Hedman is really a different guy in KHL than in NHL, he plays more offensively.