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Datsyuk Robbed

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I wonder if they knew that it was his place? I'm sure it was in a nice part of town and that they figured there'd be money. I hope that it was just gadgets and stuff, not hockey memorabilia or family stuff.

I was going to say that I hope they catch the bastard and make him stand unprotected in net as Pavel takes 100 slap shots at him, but this is Pavel; 99 of them would go right past him.

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Totally misleading headline from the Toronto Sun.

Robbery is against a person.

BURGLARY is against property.

I read the thread title and thought he was held up at gun point in Detroit.

Apparently the Toronto Sun doesn't know what words mean...

LOL

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Apartment. LOL

This isn't the 1970's. I thought the Russian players lived better off nowadays.

I'm sure it's easier for these guys to get apartments for the short stays they have.

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I'm sure seeing how he's only there a few months out of the year, nothing sentimental was taken. I think I've read before that he keeps that stuff at his home in Detroit. Don't quote me on that though. Anyway, very unfortunate

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I think I read it was $45,000 worth of stuff. Which for him is nothing, but, yeah, I do wonder about sentimal value and such....

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According to the Russian papers it was mostly cash, nothing hockey related. Some other flats in the same building were burgled as well.

Datsyuk was at the Russian Olympic camp at the time. Ekaterinburg police better catch the bastards, if they can't even solve a crime against Datsyuk, what are they good for?

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According to the Russian papers it was mostly cash, nothing hockey related. Some other flats in the same building were burgled as well.

Datsyuk was at the Russian Olympic camp at the time. Ekaterinburg police better catch the bastards, if they can't even solve a crime against Datsyuk, what are they good for?

Meh. Datsyuk is great and all but 45k is a drop in the bucket for him. Sorry if I don't feel bad that a rich guy lost less than 3 days salary

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He keeps 45 thousand in cash (U.S.?) lying around?

like i said 3 days salary, it's like a normal person leaving a few hundred bucks in their sock drawer

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Could have been unique items. That sucks.

Who the F would rob one of the best Russians around? Scumbags

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Could have been unique items. That sucks. Who the F would rob one of the best Russians around? Scumbags

one of the worst russians.... aka all the other ones

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like i said 3 days salary, it's like a normal person leaving a few hundred bucks in their sock drawer

I know, but still. Something a little odd about it, IMHO.

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I know, but still. Something a little odd about it, IMHO.

It just said cash. It could have been some sort of collection or something.

Or it could have been that he had translated some money from one country's currency to another.

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