MOSCOW, December 6 (R-Sport) – In desperate search of ice time, Dynamo Moscow forward Mikhail Anisin is demanding a trade to another team, his father Vyacheslav told R-Sport.
The diminutive wing, the top scorer in last season's playoffs, hasn’t appeared on the ice since mid-November and was sent to Dynamo’s farm club Thursday.
He seemed to have settled a summer conflict that allegedly over wage demands when new Dynamo president Arkady Rotenberg assigned Anisin big bonuses for good results.
But a lack of ice time this term has prevented Anisin from earning them, prompting the player to accuse head coach Oleg Znarok of deliberately scuppering his ambitions.
"They say that Mikhail is interested in money," Vyacheslav Anisin said. "But he is crazy about hockey, not about money."
"The situation was back to normal with the arrival of a new president," he said.
"They ask him not to speak for half a year, so he was silent. But today he was sent to the farm club, so he spoke out. They don’t set him free and don’t allow him to play."
Anisin joined Dynamo from Vityaz Chekhov in January and became the top goalscorer of the playoffs, hitting the net 14 times to help his team to its maiden Gagarin Cup.
Dynamo is currently leading in the KHL’s Western Conference, six points ahead of second-placed Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.
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