Ilya Sorokin was rooting for Jon Snow to bite the dust in the final episode of Game of Thrones. But, just like Islanders fans who want the electrifying young goalie on Long Island right now, he was disappointed. “He is the one I’d feel pity for the least,” said Sorokin to Match TV when the reporter got to the Really Important Questions part of the interview. “Besides, he has already been killed once, so my heart has already been taken through this tragedy. The second time wouldn’t be as hard.”
Whether or not Sorokin makes it big in the NHL, fans are sure to love his personality. The young goaltender has a wicked sense of humor, embraces the spotlight, will talk about pretty much anything (did you know he is a big science-fiction buff, likes to meditate and has recently tried learning to b...
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