The floorball season ended in Finland and it became the last one for SPV’s forward Mikko Kohonen. Kohonen played his last match on Tuesday, 10th of March, when SPV won 9-4 against EräViikingit in the quarter-finals. EräViikingit was leading the quarter-final series 2-1.
Mikko Kohonen, 41, is a Finnish floorball legend, like his big brother Mika Kohonen. Mikko has represented Finland in four Men’s World Floorball Championships (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012), winning the WFC in 2008 and 2010. In addition, he has two silver medals, from 2006 and 2012. Kohonen gathered 2o points from 23 Men’s WFC matches. He has also won the Finnish Championship three times with his current team SPV. Earlier Kohonen played ten seasons (1997-2007) in Happee. Later during autumn, there will be a book published about the forward.
– I have played 555 regular season games and its the most played games in Finnish floorball history. In that number of games is good to end my career. I have seen it all. Kohonen wrote on his personal Instagram account on 1st of March, when the play-offs were still supposed to be played (later the season was cancelled due to the coronavirus).
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555 on @salibandy.fi runkosarjan pelattujen ottelujen ennätys ja siihen on hyvä lopettaa. Nyt on urheilu-urani runkosarjapelit pelattu ja edessä todelliset #playoff pelit. I have played 555 regular season games and its the most played games in Finnish floorball history. In that number of games is good to end my career. I have seen it all . Now starts my last #playoff games. Its gonna be fun! #innebandy #unihockey