Michael Russo has covered the National Hockey League since 1995. He has covered the Minnesota Wild for the Star Tribune since 2005, after 10 years of covering the Florida Panthers for the Sun-Sentinel. He uses “Russo’s Rants” to feed a wide-ranging hockey-centric discussion with readers, and can be heard weekly on KFAN (100.3 FM) radio and seen weekly on Fox Sports North.

Also find Russo on Facebook.

Email Michael to talk about hockey.

Hockey's Summer of Sorrow; Pavol Demitra killed in plane crash

Posted by: Michael Russo under On the road, Wild off-season news Updated: September 7, 2011 - 2:06 PM

Wild statement added:

First Derek Boogaard, who died in May after a toxic mix of alcohol and painkillers. In today's paper, his brother, Ryan, told of the sad tale of how Derek got hooked on painkillers and how Derek's death should be an eye-opener for the NHL. You can read that here.

Then, Rick Rypien. Then, just last week, Wade Belak.

 

 

Today, the charter plane carrying the Kontinental Hockey League team, Yaroslavl Lokomotiv, to their first game in Minsk crashed, killing almost everybody on board, including former Wild player Pavol Demitra. Former Red Wings assistant and NHL defenseman Brad McCrimmon was head coach, and Alex Karpovtsev was reportedly an assistant. Former NHLers Ruslan Salei, Josef Vasicek, Karel Rachunek, Jan Marek and Karlis Skrastins were also reportedly on the plane.

I just got off the phone with agent Matt Keator, who was with Demitra in Riga, Latvia, three weeks ago and confirmed to me that Demitra sadly was killed: "I just want everybody to know what kind of infectious energy he has, what a wonderful person he was. People were drawn to Demo."

KHL statement: “We are only beginning to understand the impact of this tragedy affecting the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl club and the international hockey community. First and foremost, our condolences go out to the families and friends of the players, coaches and staff lost in today’s tragedy. “We know that there are many in the KHL family who will be grieving with us. As the investigation of this tragedy progresses we will work closely with investigators, government officials, club executives and the Yaroslavl community. We are working to find an appropriate way to honor this club and begin the healing process from the deep loss so many of us feel today. “We are aware that many of you have questions. This tragedy remains our primary focus. We ask for patience as we find an appropriate way to proceed with the 2011/2012 season. We will continue to communicate our plans as they take shape.”

The Minnesota Wild organization joins the rest of the hockey world in mourning the tragedy involving the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl hockey club. Pavol Demitra was a valuable member of our team for two seasons and helped the Wild claim its first-ever Northwest Division title in 2008. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Demitra family as well as all of the families that lost loved ones today.

Demitra was the first big trade by former Wild GM Doug Risebrough after the lockout. He acquired Marian Gaborik's best friend for Patrick O'Sullivan and a first-round pick that he acquired in the Dwayne Roloson trade to Edmonton.

That trade is when the Wild first signified it was going from a $21 million payroll to a team willing to spend like the big boys.

Demitra always had that mischievous grin, was always one to jokingly quarrel back and forth. My favorite story I did on Demitra was one of about six I did on he and Gaborik. The story is below. It really shows Demitra's sense of humor and his relationship with Gaborik, who has got to be devastated. Remember, Boogaard was one of Gaborik's best friends, too, and they lived a block from each other in Manhattan.

Another fun Gaborik/Demitra story was before training camp in 2006. I took Demitra, Gaborik and Branko Radivojevic to lunch for an interview at D'Amico and Sons in Uptown. The laughs were plentiful.

 

 

My favorite Demitra experience. In 2008 after the Wild won the division, I predicted Colorado in Six. I walked into the locker room in suburban Denver, and Demitra lit into me. How do you pick against us? You're our writer. Yada, yada. It was a funny yet uncomfortable moment as I tried to explain I'm an impartial writer.

Well, Colorado won in six. Every time I saw Demo since, I'd say hi by saying, "Colorado in Six." Even in the Olympics in 2010, "Colorado in Six." Demitra would always go, "I know, I know. You were right."

I'll miss those moments with the guy.

Twitter reactions from across NHL:

Brent Burns: Know demo was on team, just an awesome guy to play with and was huge in his native country for hockey, prayers go out to his family...Still hoping to hear he wasn't there, haven't heard yet... Just a crazy crazy summer, def makes you chase kids down for a kiss after that

Logan Couture: Heartbreaking summer for hockey. Thoughts to everyone affected by these terrible, sad events.

Wes Walz: Heart is broken this morning on the new of KHL team plane crash. No words too discribe how this feels....in shock

Darcy Kuemper: Keep the players and familys involved in the Russian plane crash in your thoughts and prayers. Sad day

Tom Chorske: I played w/ Demitra in OTT and for Brad McCrimmon in Calgary...saw Brad at @MinnesotaWild gm last season. Feeling awful rt now...

Brent Sopel: In shock. Prayers out to all of the KHL families.

Ryan Whitney: Terrible news of the plane crash carrying an entire KHL team. Thoughts and prayers go out to all families involved.

Here's that Demitra-Gaborik story where you can really see their friendship:

Published April 11, 2007

By Michael Russo

Anaheim, Calif.

Robyn Regehr doesn't suffer from motion sickness, and that's a good thing, because the Calgary defenseman wasn't expecting to spin up and down the ice like a dreidel when the Flames arrived in Minnesota last month.
Regehr was given the unenviable assignment of defending Pavol Demitra and Marian Gaborik, and the Wild wizards spent the night making Regehr twist and turn as he tried to guard against what's been dubbed the "Lob Pass."
You know, the pass where Gaborik takes off the second Demitra gets the puck. Demitra then lobs the puck up ice in the hope of Gaborik catching up on either a breakaway or a one-on-one situation with a very vulnerable, very dizzy defenseman.
You can bet the Anaheim Ducks, the Wild's opponent when the first round of the NHL playoffs opens tonight, have been well-schooled about the lob pass. In fact, you can be certain the Honda Center is well stocked with Dramamine.
"It's something that doesn't happen against any other teams," said Regehr, who looked like a cornerback who lost sight of the football. "It's a total adventure when a guy like Gaborik, with all that speed, is skating forward and you're skating backward. And even if you're with him, one bad bounce, next thing you know he has the puck in the slot and you're in trouble."
And that's just the way Demitra likes it.
"It's a good play, because at least you're forcing the defense to always be nervous about it," Demitra said. "I'd be nervous if I had to challenge the fastest guy in the league. When Gabby gets going, it's almost impossible to stop him."
Gaborik nods, proudly. Demitra, sensing this, adds, "When we play with [Atlanta Thrashers superstar Marian] Hossa [in international competition], I lob it and let Gabby and Hossa fight for the puck and the breakaway.
"I do it just to amuse myself."
Best friends, on and off the ice
Spend any time with Gaborik, 25, and Demitra, 32, and it's easy to see why they're one of the NHL's most electrifying dynamic duos, why sometimes they seem to read each other's mind.
"Because we only use one brain - mine," Demitra said, straight-faced.
Gaborik, laughing hysterically, shot back, "Yeah, we use the bald one."
Seemingly attached at the hip - "On the road we spend 24 hours a day together," Demitra says - the Slovak sidekicks live to cut each other up.
That was evident during last week's Star Tribune photo shoot, when Demitra was impatiently ready to strike a pose while Gaborik stared endlessly into a mirror fixing his hair.
"Gabby, come on!" Demitra screamed. "You're still going to be ugly."
"And you still won't have any hair," Gaborik retorted.
Asked how much they love picking on each other, Gaborik smiled ear-to-ear.
"Lots of different jokes," Gaborik said. "We pick on each other in all kinds of areas. Sometimes it gets too much though, too personal with stuff, and we get mad. I always tell him he's bald and `Big [Butt],' and he's always calling me ugly and how he's so good-looking."
"We're very close. We know everything about each other," Demitra added, before interrupting himself. "You should listen to us on the bench. We yell at each other a lot. If we don't get the puck when we want it, we let each other know when somebody's unhappy. That's how it's supposed to be."
"Yeah," Gaborik said, "it's good to be honest. I think every duo out there does the same thing, or you can't have success."
Gaborik often goes to Demitra's home to play with his son, Lucas.
"I don't want to see his ugly face every day," Demitra said. "We see each other enough at the rink, but my boy loves him. He likes when Gabby brings him presents. The first gift Gabby got him was a [Wild] Zamboni. Every time I ask him who gave it to him, he goes, `Gabby.'-"
"That kid's always running around," Gaborik said. "He's really, really got a lot of energy, boy. Looks like his father."
"I hope not," Demitra said. "I hope he looks like my wife [Maria]."
A positive influence
It's easy to see what Demitra and Gaborik mean to each other on the ice. They combined for 40 goals and 87 points since Jan. 11, and teammates joke how their statistics would be gaudier if they all wore No. 10.
But General Manager Doug Risebrough has noticed a significant difference in Gaborik's maturity since he traded for Demitra last summer.
"Demitra's kind of got that laid-back, analyze-everything demeanor," Risebrough said. "There's a real high respect factor there with Marian to Pavol. I'm sure it has a lot do with the younger-to-older thing, but Pavol influences Marian in a lot of positive ways, whether it's calming him down, whether it's jacking him up.
"If you think about it, Gabby's never had somebody in the room willing to keep him honest."
Gaborik agrees, saying, "I've learned a lot this year. To be around one of my best friends, a guy who's been around and has a lot of experience and has played so good in the NHL, it's been a good thing."
`One plus one equals three'
Even though Gaborik and Demitra dominated at the 2006 Olympics and for the elite Slovakian team Trencin during the NHL's lockout of 2004-05, some skeptics wondered how successful they'd be in the NHL. Often, linemates can be like oil and water even when they have complementary parts.
"Pavol Demitra's a good player, but if you want him to be a solo player, he's not going to be," said Craig Button, a Toronto Maple Leafs. "You have to get him the right linemate. And we've seen now, you put him with a guy like Marian, Pavol doesn't just jump from here to here. It's exponential.
"They're both smart players, both really good with the puck, both really good skaters, where Pavol maneuvers and Marian can really take off. And the way Pavol holds the puck and Marian gets open for him, that's how one plus one equals three."
As good as Demitra and Gaborik have been, Demitra says the two still are waiting for that one breakout game. He's hoping that'll come in the playoffs, although that's an awfully tall task against the hard-hitting Ducks.
"I feel we can still play better," said Demitra, who has scored 20 goals in nine consecutive seasons. "We're still looking for that one huge game where we can dominate and score four or five goals. Some games, we get 10 chances and score only one or two goals. But I know we can explode.
"There are a lot of expectations on us in the playoffs. Everybody wants to see if we can play good."
Retired NHL veteran Ray Ferraro, a teammate of Demitra's in St. Louis, thinks it will happen.
"I don't think the intensity of the playoffs will bother them," Ferraro said. "They've given the Wild a dimension they haven't had in the past, and that's the ability to score off the rush. Demitra's a very good passer with a terrific shot and Gaborik's a legit gamebreaker, and the defense has to respect that.
"These guys clearly love playing with each other. As soon as one guy gets the puck, you know he's looking for the other guy. And it's pretty easy to have a feel where Gaborik is. Look straight ahead. I think they'll be dangerous for Anaheim."
Gaborik sure is ready.
"Sometimes I think about what it would be like to bring a Stanley Cup back home and I imagine that," Gaborik said, smiling. "It would be a lot of fun, all the people around, the celebrations, just holding the Cup, and having a ring. I try to envision that sometimes. I really hope it comes true."

ADVERTISEMENT

Cleveland 11/23/14 12:00 PM
Atlanta
Tennessee 11/23/14 12:00 PM
Philadelphia
Detroit 11/23/14 12:00 PM
New England
Green Bay 11/23/14 12:00 PM
Minnesota
Jacksonville 11/23/14 12:00 PM
Indianapolis
Cincinnati 11/23/14 12:00 PM
Houston
Tampa Bay 11/23/14 12:00 PM
Chicago
Arizona 11/23/14 3:05 PM
Seattle
St. Louis 11/23/14 3:05 PM
San Diego
Miami 11/23/14 3:25 PM
Denver
Washington 11/23/14 3:25 PM
San Francisco
Dallas 11/23/14 7:30 PM
NY Giants
NY Jets 11/24/14 6:00 PM
Buffalo
Baltimore 11/24/14 7:30 PM
New Orleans
Chicago 11/27/14 11:30 AM
Detroit
Philadelphia 11/27/14 3:30 PM
Dallas
Seattle 11/27/14 7:30 PM
San Francisco
Phoenix 122 FINAL
Philadelphia 96
Orlando 105 FINAL
Charlotte 100
Detroit 89 FINAL
Atlanta 99
Milwaukee 83 FINAL
Toronto 124
Boston 100 FINAL
Memphis 117
Cleveland 78 FINAL
Washington 91
Brooklyn 94 FINAL
Oklahoma City 92
San Antonio 121 FINAL
Minnesota 92
LA Lakers 106 FINAL
Dallas 140
New Orleans 97 FINAL
Denver 117
Chicago 58 3rd Qtr 2:49
Portland 84
Utah 53 3rd Qtr 1:57
Golden State 80
NY Rangers 0 Postponed
Buffalo 0
NY Islanders 5 FINAL(SO)
Pittsburgh 4
Boston 4 FINAL(SO)
Columbus 3
New Jersey 2 FINAL
Edmonton 0
Texas A&M 59 FINAL
Coll of Charleston 50
USC 72 FINAL
Drexel 70
Clemson 70 FINAL
Gardner-Webb 72
Dayton 64 FINAL
Connecticut 75
Akron 51 FINAL
Miami-Florida 79
Seton Hall 68 FINAL
Nevada 60
Valparaiso 59 FINAL
Ark-Pine Bluff 46
UNC Greensboro 79 FINAL
Longwood 81
Syracuse 66 FINAL
Iowa 63
Central Conn St 49 FINAL
Towson 58
Boston College 66 FINAL
West Virginia 70
Ill-Chicago 58 FINAL
Yale 70
Alcorn State 69 FINAL
Hampton 82
LSU 61 FINAL
Old Dominion 70
Prairie View 45 FINAL
Baylor 60
Montana State 0 Postponed
Buffalo 0
Maine 48 FINAL
Central Mich 76
Youngstown St 62 FINAL
Eastern Mich 71
Wofford 54 FINAL
Fairfield 36
Troy 60 FINAL
Georgia 82
IUPU-Ft Wayne 69 FINAL
Georgia Tech 78
Stony Brook 65 FINAL
Hofstra 66
Boston Univ 65 FINAL
Kentucky 89
Loyola-Chicago 52 FINAL
Michigan State 87
Toledo 68 FINAL
Oregon 78
Lehigh 74 FINAL
Rider 78
Charlotte 65 FINAL
South Carolina 63
UNLV 60 FINAL
Stanford 89
George Washington 42 FINAL
Virginia 59
Hiwassee 53 FINAL
Western Carolina 72
Texas 71 FINAL
California 55
Florida Memorial 48 FINAL
FIU 74
Southern Ill 51 FINAL
Kent State 74
Bethune-Cookman 50 FINAL
Monmouth 73
New Mexico 69 FINAL
George Mason 58
Delaware State 71 FINAL
Arkansas 99
ULM 56 FINAL
Florida 61
Austin Peay 66 FINAL
Illinois 107
Morehead State 64 FINAL
Louisiana Tech 73
Jarvis Christian 70 FINAL
McNeese State 85
Milwaukee 68 FINAL
Oklahoma State 82
Stephen F Austin 63 FINAL
Xavier 81
Kennesaw St 55 FINAL
North Dakota St 68
North Dakota 72 FINAL
South Dakota St 74
Iona 85 FINAL
Wake Forest 81
Louisiana 80 FINAL
Auburn 105
Georgia State 70 FINAL
Colorado State 80
Marshall 67 FINAL
Louisville 85
Oral Roberts 42 FINAL
Oregon State 55
UC Riverside 42 FINAL
Utah 88
Idaho State 68 FINAL
Washington St 80
Illinois State 73 FINAL
Weber State 64
Florida A&M 49 FINAL
Grand Canyon 64
Sam Houston St 93 FINAL
South Dakota 85
Temple 54 FINAL
Duke 74
Penn State 72 FINAL
Cornell 71
Delaware 60 FINAL
Cal Poly 78
Washington 63 FINAL
Seattle 48
Kansas State 40 2nd Half 9:00
Long Beach State 52
Presbyterian 36 2nd Half 2:47
American Univ 58
Pittsburgh 12 1st Half 15:11
Hawaii 11
(12) Kansas State 26 FINAL
West Virginia 20
North Carolina 45 FINAL
(25) Duke 20
Arkansas State 27 FINAL
Texas State 45
Kent State 0 Cancelled
Buffalo 0
Texas-El Paso 13 FINAL
Rice 31
Air Force 14 4th Qtr 13:47
San Diego St 23
San Jose St 7 3rd Qtr 1:19
Utah State 28
Char Southern 11/22/14 11:00 AM
(9) Georgia
South Alabama 11/22/14 11:00 AM
So Carolina
Rutgers 11/22/14 11:00 AM
(10) Michigan State
Minnesota 11/22/14 11:00 AM
(21) Nebraska
Northwestern 11/22/14 11:00 AM
Purdue
(18) Marshall 11/22/14 11:00 AM
UAB
Kansas 11/22/14 11:00 AM
(23) Oklahoma
Indiana 11/22/14 11:00 AM
(7) Ohio State
Penn State 11/22/14 11:00 AM
Illinois
(14) Eastern Ky 11/22/14 11:00 AM
Florida
TX-San Antonio 11/22/14 11:00 AM
Western Ky
SMU 11/22/14 11:00 AM
UCF
Virginia Tech 11/22/14 11:30 AM
Wake Forest
Washington St 11/22/14 12:00 PM
(13) Arizona State
Louisiana Tech 11/22/14 12:00 PM
Old Dominion
Western Mich 11/22/14 12:00 PM
Central Mich
New Mexico 11/22/14 12:30 PM
(22) Colorado State
Eastern Mich 11/22/14 1:00 PM
Ball State
Appalachian St 11/22/14 1:00 PM
Louisiana
Tulsa 11/22/14 2:00 PM
Houston
(15) Arizona 11/22/14 2:30 PM
(20) Utah
FIU 11/22/14 2:30 PM
North Texas
(8) Ole Miss 11/22/14 2:30 PM
Arkansas
Louisville 11/22/14 2:30 PM
Notre Dame
Maryland 11/22/14 2:30 PM
Michigan
Texas Tech 11/22/14 2:30 PM
Iowa State
(14) Wisconsin 11/22/14 2:30 PM
Iowa
Syracuse 11/22/14 2:30 PM
Pittsburgh
Boston College 11/22/14 2:30 PM
(1) Florida State
Georgia State 11/22/14 2:30 PM
Clemson
Tulane 11/22/14 2:30 PM
East Carolina
Stanford 11/22/14 3:00 PM
California
Western Carolina 11/22/14 3:00 PM
(2) Alabama
ULM 11/22/14 3:00 PM
New Mexico St
So Florida 11/22/14 3:00 PM
Memphis
Colorado 11/22/14 3:30 PM
(3) Oregon
Fla Atlantic 11/22/14 6:00 PM
Middle Tennessee
Samford 11/22/14 6:00 PM
(16) Auburn
Miami-Florida 11/22/14 6:00 PM
Virginia
Vanderbilt 11/22/14 6:30 PM
(4) Miss State
(19) Missouri 11/22/14 6:30 PM
Tennessee
Oklahoma State 11/22/14 6:30 PM
(6) Baylor
(24) USC 11/22/14 7:00 PM
(11) UCLA
Cincinnati 11/22/14 7:00 PM
Connecticut
Boise State 11/22/14 9:15 PM
Wyoming
Oregon State 11/22/14 9:30 PM
Washington
Fresno State 11/22/14 9:30 PM
Nevada
UNLV 11/22/14 10:00 PM
Hawaii
Ohio U 11/25/14 6:00 PM
Miami-Ohio
LSU 11/27/14 6:30 PM
Texas A&M
(5) TCU 11/27/14 6:30 PM
Texas
Northern Ill 11/28/14 10:00 AM
Western Mich
(21) Nebraska 11/28/14 11:00 AM
Iowa
Western Ky 11/28/14 11:00 AM
(18) Marshall
UCF 11/28/14 11:00 AM
So Florida
Houston 11/28/14 11:00 AM
SMU
Akron 11/28/14 12:00 PM
Kent State
Ball State 11/28/14 12:00 PM
Bowling Green
Buffalo 11/28/14 12:00 PM
Massachusetts
Toledo 11/28/14 12:00 PM
Eastern Mich
Arkansas 11/28/14 1:30 PM
(19) Missouri
Navy 11/28/14 2:00 PM
South Alabama
(13) Arizona State 11/28/14 2:30 PM
(15) Arizona
Stanford 11/28/14 2:30 PM
(11) UCLA
(22) Colorado State 11/28/14 2:30 PM
Air Force
Virginia 11/28/14 7:00 PM
Virginia Tech
East Carolina 11/28/14 7:30 PM
Tulsa
BYU 11/29/14 2:00 AM
California
(20) Utah 11/29/14 2:00 AM
Colorado
(3) Oregon 11/29/14 2:00 AM
Oregon State
Kentucky 11/29/14 2:00 AM
Louisville
Notre Dame 11/29/14 2:00 AM
(24) USC
So Carolina 11/29/14 2:00 AM
Clemson
Florida 11/29/14 2:00 AM
(1) Florida State
Wake Forest 11/29/14 2:00 AM
(25) Duke
Pittsburgh 11/29/14 2:00 AM
Miami-Florida
Montreal 11/23/14 12:00 PM
Hamilton
Edmonton 11/23/14 3:30 PM
Calgary
TBA 11/30/14 5:00 PM
TBA
Delaware 60 FINAL
East Carolina 89
Wiley 65 FINAL
Sam Houston St 48
SE Louisiana 78 FINAL
Troy 80
St Francis-NY 63 FINAL
North Dakota 70
Eastern Kentucky 56 FINAL
Central Arkansas 55
Chattanooga 53 FINAL
(3) Notre Dame 88
LSU-Alexandria 0 Cancelled
Nicholls 0
UT Martin 47 FINAL
Dayton 78
William & Mary 59 FINAL
NC A&T 57
Eastern Illinois 55 FINAL
Florida State 91
Marquette 77 FINAL
Wake Forest 89
Columbia College 55 FINAL
SC State 97
Rider 51 FINAL
Towson 53
Cleveland State 74 FINAL
Florida Atlantic 79
Jackson State 48 FINAL
Mercer 80
Elon 67 FINAL
Charlotte 54
Hofstra 46 FINAL
Fordham 60
High Point 62 FINAL
NC State 66
Lehigh 74 FINAL
NJIT 54
Alabama A&M 50 FINAL
Samford 61
Morehead St 57 FINAL
Indiana 98
San Diego State 43 FINAL
Furman 60
Columbia 68 FINAL
Stony Brook 82
East Tenn St 79 FINAL
St Francis-PA 63
Evansville 59 FINAL
IUPU-Ft Wayne 77
Winthrop 48 FINAL
(4) Tennessee 81
Mount St Marys 42 FINAL
Campbell 60
Alabama 85 FINAL
Kansas 80
Canisius 68 FINAL
Bryant 71
USC 90 FINAL
Long Beach St 85
Saint Louis 74 FINAL
SE Missouri St 56
Graceland 54 FINAL
Nebraska Omaha 89
Tulsa 71 FINAL
Oral Roberts 73
ULM 54 FINAL
Stephen F Austin 82
Hampton 46 FINAL
Kansas State 66
Bradley 55 FINAL
Oklahoma 104
Houston 68 FINAL
TX A&M-CC 66
North Florida 53 FINAL
Miami-Florida 81
Arizona 54 FINAL
Texas Tech 57
Massachusetts 56 FINAL
North Texas 46
Kent State 54 FINAL
Northwestern 72
Pepperdine 68 FINAL
(19) Iowa 97
Denver 41 FINAL
Wyoming 80
(24) Gonzaga 89 FINAL
Montana State 60
Boise State 64 FINAL
Southern Utah 66
Temple 81 FINAL
Georgetown 58
Missouri 79 FINAL
UNLV 60
Cal Poly 87 FINAL
Loyola Marymount 79
Montana 50 FINAL
Pacific 62
Portland 41 FINAL
CS-Northridge 45
Villanova 50 FINAL
Cal State Fullerton 43
Seattle 15 1st Half 6:38
Washington St 26
(14) California 3 1st Half 17:51
Hawaii 5
Connect with twitterConnect with facebookConnect with Google+Connect with PinterestConnect with PinterestConnect with RssfeedConnect with email newsletters

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

question of the day

Poll: Who is your favorite Wild player?

Weekly Question

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT