Oskar Osala and Niklas Hagman will change the skates to a little jacket, as the duo will start Discovery Finland as experts in hockey broadcasts.

TV5 and Dplay will present all men’s EHT tournaments, the Under-20 World Championships and the Women’s World Championships next season. The agreement between Discovery and the Hockey Association will last until 2026.

As for the section, the TV wash raises questions, as the 32-year-old striker has not played since spring 2019.

The two-time KHL champion put his career on ice and moved According to Yle To Spain to play golf, but has not told whether the career is in the package or not.

– Osala recently made a bold choice and replaced hockey sticks with golf greens. However, the official termination decision has not yet been made by the attacker, the release describes.

In the fall of 2018 and 2019, Osala wondered whether to continue playing or hit the hockey pounds. He made a deal with Kärppi last year and was on the Finnish Championship silver team.

– I’m going to play hockey because I want to play hockey. If I don’t want to go play hockey, then I’m not going to play hockey anymore, Osala said in 2018.

– Now the situation is the same as a year ago, Osala told Iltalehti last year.

Osala played for seven seasons (2011–2018) at KHL in Neftehimik Nizhnekamsk and Metallurg Magnitogorsk.

Hagman, for his part, ended his career in 2017. The two-time Olympic medalist played ten seasons in the NHL in his career and represented HPK as his last club.

Olympic medalist

Discovery Finland’s experts are also NHL defender legend Kimmo Timonen, Tuomas Grönman, Head coach of the Lahti Pelicans Tommi Niemelä and Helsinki IFK’s head coach for women Saara Niemi.

Niemi won one Olympic bronze and three World Championship bronzes in his career.

The games explain JP Jalo, Sari Sirkkiä-Jarva mixed Juhaverteri Salminen. Juhani Henriksson hosts the studio.

Oona Tolppanen is a supplier. Tolppanen is an entrepreneur and sports journalist in the field of sports.

The lion season starts on November 5, when Finland faces Russia in the Karelia tournament.