Pavel Datsyuk’s report “holed up” in a monastery seized by a priest is false

A bizarre story from Russia claiming that former Detroit Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk was among those who “holed up” in a monastery seized by a priest pushing a COVID-19 plot is apparently false.

Datsyuk is with his family in his cabin in Russia.

The report on said the priest, Shiigumen (Senior Father) Sergius, took control of the monastery after being ordered to stop services due to his beliefs in the COVID-19 conspiracy.

He claimed that the priest, at the central Urals monastery in Yekaterinburg, was guarding the area with Cossacks.

Sergius was reportedly banned from performing religious functions because of his claims that the COVID-19 outbreak was a “pseudo-pandemic” and that it was being used as an excuse to microchip the public. The priest complained that the closure of churches in Russia during the coronavirus pandemic was made under pressure from “atheist authorities”.

The report says Datsyuk appears to be supporting Sergius, who faced a church trial last Monday, which was postponed to June 26. The priest is accused of having disobeyed Patriarch Kirill.

Datsyuk, who turns 42 on July 20, has played in the Russian Continental Hockey League for the past four seasons after returning to his homeland. He spent the 2019-2020 season with his hometown of Yekaterinburg Automobilist.

Datsyuk played 14 seasons with the Red Wings, from 2001 to 2016.

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