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international Federation of hockey (IIHF) disqualified former defender of the Vladivostok club a Month later the player made aware regarding the positive doping test and was disqualified temporarily, and then the international Federation of hockey (IIHF) disqualified former defender of the Vladivostok club “Admiral” Kirill Dyakov for 15 months for cocaine use. The athlete was taken on 2 November last year after the match of the Continental hockey League (KHL) Spartak (4:3)
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the international Federation of hockey (IIHF) disqualified former defender invladivostokskogo club “Admiral” Kirill Dyakov for 15 months for cocaine use. The athlete was taken on 2 November last year after the match of the Continental hockey League (KHL) Spartak (4:3).

a Month later the player made aware regarding the positive doping test and was disqualified temporarily, and then the “Admiral” has terminated the contract with the player.

according to the player it was established that the prohibited substance was used out-of-competition period not to improve sports performance, therefore the anti-doping rule violation was not deemed intentional. Clerks refused to continue the proceedings and accepted the suspension from hockey until February 2, 2021.

last season the defender scored 5 (0+5) points in 34 games with the value “0” and 28 penalty minutes.

The IIHF has suspended the players Michael Budd, Kirill Dyakov and Vladislav Nikiforov due to doping violations. https://t.co/dsbU4E27AQ

— IIHF (@IIHFHockey) March 25, 2020

with Dyakov sanctions for violating anti-doping rules have been canadian forward “Hanover” Michael Budd and Kazakhstan’s defender MHL snezhnye barsy Vladislav Nikiforov. In the sample Budd also discovered cocaine, and Nikiforov accused of use of Meldonium.

In August last year, the IIHF suspended for four years for cocaine Russian forward “Washington” Evgeny Kuznetsov. In the National hockey League (NHL), his offense was considered minor.