The Continental Hockey League (KHL) club Riga “Dinamo” has terminated its contractual obligations with the striker David Levin, reported on the team’s website.
Levins 2020/2021. In the regular season of KHL, he played on the field in 14 games, in which he scored one goal, performed 13 strength techniques, blocked 11 shots, earned four penalty minutes and the efficiency factor “-7”, averaging 11:20 minutes on the field.
21-year-old Levin is an Israeli of Latvian origin. The attacker’s father is a Latvian who once played football. For this reason, Levin’s father moved to Israel, but later married a Russian citizen.
Levin has lived since the age of 12. In Canada and spent the last five seasons in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). The striker in Sudbury’s Wolves scored 27 goals in 57 games in the previous season and scored 46 assists in his best season in the OHL.
Dinamo Riga team has terminated its contractual obligations with 21-year-old striker David Levin. pic.twitter.com/cZ3Fokl5Gk
Dinamo Riga (@hcDINAMORIGA) January 25, 2021