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Dominik Hasek the next president of Czech Republic? He's not ruling out a run for office

Dominik Hasek
Posted at 6:27 PM, Jul 26, 2019

Dominik Hasek is thinking about adding another title to his resume: President of Czech Republic.

The legendary Buffalo Sabres goaltender sat down with Radio Impuls, a Czech Republic radio station recently.

According to, Hasek says he has not ruled out running for president of his country. 'The Dominator' also added in the interview that he studies politics two to three hours a day.

Miloš Zeman is the current president of the country. Hasek said in an interview that he will decide over the next few years whether he will run or not.

The legendary goaltender started his career with the Sabres in 1992. He spent a total of nine seasons with the team. Hasek was traded to the Detroit Red Wings in 2001.

Hasek was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2014. He is the only goaltender in league history to win the Hart Trophy twice.