the talk was that I went there to keep cool, but it was nothing like jäähdyttelyä, he said.
outside the country confirmation for the pile was a hard performance anxiety.
– Our success was up to me just in a different way than in Finland. Although it was a nice time, it was tough mentally.
In 2008, Sutinen confessed to having used in Germany ephedrine.
It came in Berlin. It was pretty general, and in the booth the guardian to share the pills.
the world championships in some of the grease had already come, but the German league players at that time not been tested at all.
I decided to try, and somehow it relieved them of the pressure. Became a kind of enthusiasm. Worries are gone, and you were a little more cheerful.
But don't get addicted, Sutinen pointed out.
the Team's massage was astonished to hear that the Finnish take before games only one of ephedrine pills.
– It tells hierovansa also cyclists, and when they leave training for a run, they take 20.
– If I take 20 on the end of it, so it blow, Sutinen update.
Yet the last German season in my Munich a little I used them, but then I forgot it when I came back to Finland.
Sutisen according to ephedrine or doping in general, not in Finland, his game years used.
at least I don't know anything about it. It was my new there in Germany.the Magical pitcher timo Sutinen now lives in Austria. Resi Schist.
– Timo was once perhaps the world's top-notch, the game's author, Alpo Suhonen describes the Timo Sutisen skills.
He was a little on the slow side, but replaced it with game intelligence and passing skills were absolutely magical.
Suhonen remember Sutisen dazzling paint of that time, the puck dynasty against the Soviet union.
He got his own goal in front of the reel, sway little by little through the field and scored a goal. Always when someone walked up, Timppa the upper body swinging in any direction and the opponent went the other direction.
Suhonen and Sutinen acquaintance with the season 1969-70, when both were represented by Jokers.
– We live together Femman house Manskulla. It was in quarantine, when Aimo Mäkinen did not agree to pay the transfer compensation KooVeelle, and couldn't get to play before the spring.
Friend links games remained low.
We had one common switch. Lynx against Tampere was played, and Timo bait me free in front of the goal. I shot, and the puck hit the post.
– We always remember it. It was our common do jul arm, Suhonen laugh.
Camaraderie however, not been left one short. Suhonen and Austria resident Sutinen still consider the connections.
We bought in the mid-70 Jokioisilla in one of the old croft. It remained then Timo later, and there it always comes for the summer.Timo Sutinen
: 3.4.1949 Tampere
: TK-V (KooVee)
: KooVee 1967-69 (SM-series), Jokers 1969-75 (SM-series), FoPS 1975-77 (SM-league), FoPS 1977-78 (1. division), Vfl Bad Nauheim 1978-79 (German league), Berliner SC Preussen (German league) 1979-81, EHC 70 Munich (German 1. division), FoPS 1982-85 (1. division)
: SM-series and league: in total 251 matches, 152+180=332
: Four world championships, 100 A-internationals, 20+24=44
: SM-gold in 1968 KooVeessa and 1973 Jokereissa, SM-silver 1971 Jokereissa, SM-series All-star player and scoring runner-up 1972-73, SM-scoring winner of the 1973-74 and 1974-75, knighted by the Finnish ice hockey lion for #81
: the 18-year-old european championship gold 1995, coached in Finland Fopsin, Germany Landshut, Austria, Grazia, Zell am Seetä and the Austrian women's national team