Rumor: Pavel Datsyuk among those ‘Holed up’ with rebel priest saying COVID-19 is ploy to microchip people

Well, this is a rumor that’s definitely out of left field.

According to a report, former Detroit Red Wings superstar forward Pavel Datsyuk is among those “holed up” in Ekaterinburg’s Central Urals Monastery with a rebellious priest who believes that the COVID-19 pandemic is a hoax.


However, according to former Detroit Red Wings beat writer and “The Russian Five” author Keith Gave, Datsyuk is at his cottage.

The priest, known as Father Sergei, has been prohibited from conducting his religious duties due to his belief that the COVID-19 pandemic is a conspiracy and being used as an excuse to microchip people.

Father Sergei is also reportedly Datsyuk’s personal confessor.

“Father Sergius has been my spiritual father for more than 10 years,” Datsyuk said this year. “[He] has a burning, loving heart, he sees me through and through. He is strict, but also very kind. As before, with my family, we want to come to the Monastery of the Loaves of Bread every Sunday. We know that the priest is waiting for me, we can confess to him, take communion, ask him spiritual questions of life, be blessed.

“With the blessing of the priest, many issues are resolved by themselves. I am grateful that God and I gave my family such a spiritual father.”

Father Sergei reportedly seized control of the monastery after chasing out the former leader with Cossack fighters, who are now guarding the perimeter.

“I’m not going anywhere,” Father Sergei said Wednesday, per reports. “They’ll have to chase me out with police and the National Guard.”

Datsyuk, a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Red Wings, currently plays for Avtomobilist Ekaterinburg of the KHL.

– – Quotes via RT News Link – –

Written by Michael Whitaker

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