Found January 15, 2013 on Fox - The Hockey Guy:
PLAYERS: Jori Lehtera
TEAMS: St. Louis Blues
St. Louis Blues draft pick Jori Lehtera, a former Peoria Riverman, shows you how to get in down in the KHL.This took some serious nerve.
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