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09-12-2009, 01:51 AM
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Some Canadian claims Tretiak was a Soviet spy

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Goa...811/story.html

To me it's laughable. They talk about 1990's, the time when Russia was basically in ruins and nobody in Russia really cared about spying.

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Hmmm....and you wonder why Ovechkin appears so happy playing in Washington DC.

Coincidence?





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Ooooookay.

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Haha, whatever makes them sleep better at night guys

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Wait so he was a spy for the soviet union when there wasn't even one?

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Wait so he was a spy for the soviet union when there wasn't even one?
Tretiak must have been living in the past. He was spying for a country that didn't exist.

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Tretiak must have been living in the past. He was spying for a country that didn't exist.
So it's true, Russia did invent a time machine

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I am reading the title of the thread and thinking, "must be Esposito". I can see him disassembling the chandelier in Ukraina hotel and mumbling "*********** Tretyak, managed to install a bug even here"

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i believe he did worked for KGB/FSB . dont see nothing wrong here. he served his country . BTW obviously every single person who had permit to entry Western World were somehow controlled by KGB.

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