Ruslan Salei becomes the first member in Belarusian Ice Hockey Hall of Fame

Ruslan Salei becomes the first member in Belarusian Ice Hockey Hall of Fame

11 Feb 2012 | Irina Goroshko
 

Former captain of Belarusian national team Ruslan Salei was announced the first member of the Belarusian Hockey Hall of Fame. The ceremony was held February 10 in Minsk-Arena.

 
 
 
 
Ruslan Salei died in the plane crash September 7, 2011 with the entire "Lokomotiv" Yaroslavl team.

On Friday, February 10, Belarusian national team jersey with the number 24, was raised under the arches of the "Minsk-Arena". It happened a few minutes before the match between the national teams of Belarus and Germany. Belarus, Germany, Switzerland and Slovakia play in a "Tournament of Four" (BelSwissBank Cup) in Minsk.

Belorussian national team jersey №24 now is now permanently assigned to the legend of the Belarusian national team Ruslan Salei.

Belarus team play without a captain but with three assisted of caption in memory of Ruslan Salei. The position of the captain of Belarusian national team will again be introduced before the World Championship-2012.
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