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Sports Zaitsev's agent denies allegations that client kidnapped own children

21:20  06 december  2019
21:20  06 december  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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Nikita Zaitsev's agent Dan Milstein said on Friday there's no truth to the story that the Ottawa Senators defenseman kidnapped his own children in Russia.

Milstein said the children are at Zaitsev's parents' home in Moscow. He added that Zaitsev's ex-wife knows where the children are and that they're safe.

Zaitsev's ex-wife posted a video on Instagram on Friday which appears to show her children being forcibly taken.

The Senators announced on Nov. 22 that Zaitsev had gone back to Russia for personal reasons. He missed just one game before returning to the lineup on Nov. 25.

In his first campaign with the Sens following an offseason trade from the Toronto Maple Leafs, the 28-year-old has recorded seven points in 28 contests.

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