Pavel Datsyuk: Learning, Development, and Becoming the “Magic Man”

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  • 1 Sport & Physical Activity Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, United Kingdom
  • | 2 Research and Development Department, AIK Football, Stockholm, Sweden
  • | 3 International Ice Hockey Center of Excellence, Sports Institute of Finland, Vierumäki, Finland
  • | 4 Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, Vierumäki, Finland
  • | 5 School of Human Movement and Nutritional Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
  • | 6 Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany
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Who is the “Magic Man” (https://youtu.be/5EgNF6X2MJs?t=78)? In 2017, Pavel Datsyuk was named as one of the 100 greatest National Hockey League players in ice hockey history. His Detroit Red Wings teammate Niklas Kronwall quipped, “Pav is the Magic Man for a reason. He does things out there with the puck that no one else can do.” This statement begs the questions: When, where, and how did Pavel learn those creative skills? To gain insight into how the “Magic Man,” Pavel Datsyuk, acquired such sophisticated yet unorthodox skills, we endeavored to investigate the preprofessional years of Pavel’s development. Utilizing a case study methodology and leaning on the theoretical framework of ecological dynamics, we sought to examine the ecological niche that helped shape Pavel’s learning in development. Our case study highlights the ecological nature of the development of expertise and the nonlinear impact ecological constraints had on the development of Pavel’s expertise.

O’Sullivan (mark.kss@gmail.com) is corresponding author, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6851-6167.

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