radunske: Still proud of where he's from and where he learned the game on the other side of the world, Radunske suited up in a tournament against Canada in December, according to CTV. But looking across and seeing a Maple Leaf on the opposing team's jerseys -- at the Olympics, no less -- was still strange. The 34-year-old from Kitchener, Ont., has played professional hockey in South Korea since 2009 and became a naturalized citizen in his adopted country in 2013. In warmups it takes your breath away a little bit and you realize what you're doing, Radunske said. Radunske and his teammates were far from embarrassed against the Canadians -- a group with more than 5,500 games of NHL experience -- falling 4-0 on a night where the Olympic hosts hung tough despite getting outshot 49-19. You've got to focus pretty quickly once the puck drops if you don't want to get embarrassed out there. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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