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Season 2019-2020

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This club in 2019-2020: KHL

 
Current rosterseason 2019-2020
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GJhonas Enroth25.06.1988180 cm80 kgleft
GNikita Tolopilo06.04.2000201 cm81 kgleft
DDaniil Bokun21.07.1996193 cm94 kgleft
DPavel Denisov17.05.2001169 cm74 kgleft
DDmitri Deryabin20.10.1999188 cm90 kgleft
DMarc-André Gragnani11.03.1987188 cm91 kgleft
DDmitri Znakharenko04.08.1993183 cm87 kgleft
FIvan Drozdov15.11.1999167 cm60 kgleft
FNikita Feoktistov23.06.1990186 cm93 kgleft
FVyacheslav Gretski23.12.1996192 cm85 kgleft
FAlexander Kitarov18.06.1987190 cm90 kgleft
FIlya Litvinov17.03.1998190 cm86 kgleft
CFrancis Paré30.06.1987178 cm86 kgright
FAlexander Pavlovich12.07.1988185 cm83 kgleft
CDrew Shore29.01.1991191 cm93 kgright
FMikhail Stefanovich27.11.1989188 cm92 kgright
FDmitry Zhelnerovsky18.02.1994187 cm81 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Mikhail Grabovsky31.01.1984Assistant Coach
Alexander Andrievski10.08.1968Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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The club was formed in 1976, played 5 seasons in the Soviet Top Ice Hockey League, best result was the 10th place in 1989/90 season. Dinamo-Minsk was renamed as Tivali Minsk in 1993 and four times became a champion of the Belarusian Championship in 1993, 1994, 1995 and 2000. Tivali was disband in 2000. Dinamo-Minsk was recovered in 2003, won champion title and Belarus Cup twice.

On March, 26, 2008, the KHL confirmed the Belarusian club's inclusion in the Bobrov Division. Dinamo-Minsk started to play on the ice of Minsk Palace of sports and was relocated to the newly build Minsk-Arena in December 2009

  • from 1946 to 1948: Torpedo Minsk
  • from 1948 to 1955: Spartak Minsk
  • from 1955 to 1964: Burevestnik Minsk
  • from 1964 to 1965: Krasnoye Znamya
  • from 1965 to 1966: Vimpel Minsk
  • from 1966 to 1976: Torpedo Minsk
  • from 1976 to 1992: Dinamo Minsk
  • from 1992 to 2000: Tivali Minsk
  • from 2000 to present: Dinamo Minsk
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Geoff Platt named Player of the Year in Belarus

Forward Geoff Platt, recently signed with Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg from Jokerit, was named Player of the Year by Belarusian journalists. The Canadian born Platt, who had Belarusian citizenship since 2013, received 367 votes, finishing ahead of Dinamo Minsk defender Kristian Khenkel (190) and Yunost Minsk forward Mikhail Stefanovich (115)

(15 Jul 2019)
 

Belarus Cup fixtures unveiled

The calendar of 2019 Belarus Cup, named after legend Ruslan Salei, was unveiled with a new formula: the teams from Extraliga A and B was splitted in two groups. The winner of each group advances to the semifinals, where are automatically qualified champion Yunost Minsk and Dinamo Minsk. The semifinals and the finals will be held in Orsha on August 17 and 18

(20 Jun 2019)
 

Dinamo Minsk changes coaching staff

Dinamo Minsk, last in Western Conference, fired Canadian coach Gordie Dwyer and all the staff:
assistants Sergey Stas, Konstantin Koltsov , goalkeeper coach Andrei Kudin and physical training coach Gennady Lyango.
Current Belarus National Team coach Andrei Sidorenko was appointed as new coach, with Andrei Sidorenko , Andrei Kovalev and Dmitry Kravchenko to complete the coaching staff

(11 Nov 2018)
 

Yunost and Shakhtar become farm clubs of Dinamo Minsk

Yunost Minsk and Shakhtar Soligorsk will be both farm-clubs of Dinamo Minsk. The agreement was signed by the General Director of Dinamo Anatoly Kurilets, and the equal role Alexei Torbin (Yunost) and Yuri Budko (Shakhtar).

"Today we have made logical steps that will help further progress of all three teams. We ended the cooperation with Dinamo Maladzyechna that now is becoming an indipendent club.
Now we should give an opportunity to young Belarusian players to prove themselves. Cooperation with the leading clubs of our national championship will allow it to be done with the greatest efficiency" said Kurilets

(21 May 2018)
 

Valentin Ebert suddenly passed away

The Belarusian hockey mourns the loss of former player Valentin Ebert, passed away in Novopolotsk after a brief illness. During his active career Ebert, 36, played 668 games in the Belarusian Extraliga, notching 163 points (43+120), placing him among the top ten players in the 25-year history of the domestic championship. He won two titles (2002,2004), six silver medals (2000, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015) and two bronze (2005, 2008) playing for HK Minsk, Khimvolokno Mogilev, Keramin Minsk, Vitebsk, Yunost Minsk,Dynamo Minsk and in the last five seasons in Khimik-SKA Novopolotsk, where Ebert closed his career and become General Manager of the team

Eurohockey expresses its condolences to his family.

(18 May 2017)
 

Dinamo Minsk wins against Avangard Omsk

With four goals (the latter on numerical inferiority and with empty net) and one assist, Matt Ellison literally challenges Avangard Omsk on his own: the Belarusian team from the capital city Minsk, aided by the decisive contribution of the Canadian player of Blackhawcks' fame, ends up winning 4-2, the remaining goal being scored by the captain Alexei Kalyuzhny. Despite the goals by Fishenko and Perezhogin, Omsk leaves the arena disappinted and with no points.

(03 Oct 2015)
 

Dinamo Minsk wins against Avangard Omsk

With four goals (the latter on numerical inferiority and with empty net) and one assist, Matt Ellison literally challenges Avangard Omsk on his own: the Belarusian team from the capital city Minsk, aided by the decisive contribution of the Canadian player of Blackhawcks' fame, ends up winning 4-2, the remaining goal being scored by the captain Alexei Kalyuzhny. Despite the goals by Fishenko and Perezhogin, Omsk leaves the arena disappinted and with no points.

(03 Oct 2015)
 

KHL schedule announced

The KHL schedule for 2015-16 can now be found in our games database.

(30 Jun 2015)
 

Dinamo and Neman cease cooperation

Dinamo Minsk announces the end of cooperation with Neman Grodno. The Belarus Extraliga champion will no longer be the farm team of Dinamo in the domestic competitions

(01 Aug 2014)
 

Dinamo Minsk will have three farm clubs

In the next season Dinamo Minsk will have three farm clubs in Belarus Extraliga
Besides continuation of cooperation with current champion Neman Grodno, also Shakthar Soligorsk will get back the status of farm club after some years. Previously it was reported Dinamo will create a team in Maladzečna where promising young players will play in domestic league

(20 Apr 2014)
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