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Yunost Minsk

  • Name in original language: ХК Юность-Минск
  • Year of foundation: 1975
  • Colours: dark blue,red,white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Pervomayskaya 3
    220088 Minsk
  • Phone: +375-17-294-61-67
  • Fax: +375-17-285-27-13
  • Email: mail@junost.org, kovaleva@junost.org (Press Office)
  • WWW: http://www.junost.org
 
Yunost Minsk is major league affiliate of: Yunost Minsk - MHL

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Season 2010-2011

Club teams
 
Current rosterseason 2010-2011
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GStanislav Artinsky03.12.1990183 cm75 kgleft
GVitaly Belinsky27.11.1989171 cm75 kgright
GAlexander Borodulya06.10.1991181 cm83 kgleft
GDmitri Filippovich03.09.1992180 cm72 kgN/A
GLeonid Ruban27.04.1994180 cm75 kgright
GSergei Stepanov23.01.1993188 cm84 kgleft
DNikita Brichko01.07.1994186 cm87 kgN/A
DAlexander Dubnovistky31.05.1994190 cm69 kgN/A
DDenis Gribko19.06.1990176 cm79 kgleft
DKonstantin Grin28.06.1992178 cm85 kgright
DNikita Kardashev25.09.1992187 cm85 kgright
DHenrik Karlsson19.11.1990189 cm82 kgleft
DPavel Kazakevich28.10.1993186 cm86 kgleft
DDenis Korotkevich23.02.1990181 cm78 kgright
DAndrei Kravchenko20.02.1993185 cm82 kgleft
DAnton Legun10.07.1991182 cm82 kgleft
DYevgeny Leonov12.05.1992181 cm84 kgleft
DIlya Petrov10.10.1994186 cm77 kgleft
DKirill Sachivko23.12.1991188 cm85 kgright
DOleg Shipitsin24.06.1991177 cm85 kgleft
DMartin Signal-Bergius11.01.1989182 cm83 kgleft
FArtur Abmyotka15.06.1992180 cm75 kgleft
FVyacheslav Andryuschenko04.07.1989171 cm71 kgright
FValery Bobkov21.06.1989180 cm78 kgleft
FAleksandr Fomin12.11.1990174 cm82 kgright
FSergei Goncharov22.02.1989194 cm95 kgleft
FRoman Kaskov15.01.1991176 cm74 kgleft
FAleksandrs Kercs Jun.24.12.1990190 cm75 kgleft
FAleksandr Kobus14.04.1991177 cm77 kgleft
FAlexander Kogalev22.05.1994182 cm73 kgright
FPavel Konnov01.03.1992182 cm82 kgright
FSergei Korolik07.03.1990194 cm87 kgright
FAlexander Kremzukov27.08.1991191 cm79 kgleft
FArtem Levsha24.09.1992175 cm73 kgright
FStanislav Lopachuk16.02.1992180 cm75 kgleft
FVyacheslav Makritsky15.01.1991192 cm87 kgleft
FAndrei Pichukha08.04.1990185 cm84 kgleft
FValery Pugach22.04.1994180 cm77 kgN/A
FAlexander Semochkin21.03.1990185 cm73 kgright
FAndrei Senkevich11.02.1992- cm- kgN/A
FIgor Sheremetiev05.05.1991186 cm84 kgleft
FPavel Stepanov24.06.1991183 cm81 kgleft
FEdgars Ulescenko10.03.1990186 cm80 kgleft
FArtyom Vasko09.12.1992172 cm77 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Oleg Khmyl30.01.1970Assistant Coach
Igor Krivoshlyk24.05.1963Head Coach

* no longer in the club

Ice Palace Yunost Minsk

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  • Adress: Pervomayskaya 3
    220088 Minsk
  • Phone: + 375 17 285 27 13
  • Capacity: 767
  • Opened in: 1976
 

Chizhovka Arena Minsk

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Belarusian Extraliga: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010
Belarusian Cup: 2004, 2009, 2010
Continental Cup: 2007

League winners:
 

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Neman retains title

Seventh title of Belarus Extraliga for Neman Grodno that defeated arch rival Yunost Minsk after six games in the final series, with a decisive 3-2 at Chizovka Arena in front of 7000 spectators.
"We did a good job. This is the victory of the whole staff, the leadership of the club and the fans." said Russian coach Sergei Pushkov

(07 Apr 2018)
 

Milestone for Mikhail Zakharov

In the Belarus League game against Shakhtar Soligorsk (won 7-3) Yunost Minsk coach Mikhail Zakharov celebrated an historic milestone: it was the game number 900 at the head of the team and at the same time also the game 900 in the history of the club: that's right, Zakharov headed the cluib since its foundation in 2003. During this 15 years Zakharov turned a small club in a top team in Belarus and Europe: 7 domestic leagues, 5 Belarus Cups and 3 Continental Cup, the last one won in past January, making Yunost the biggest winner of the plate.
Zakharov also leaded U18 National Team and Belarus at World Championship in 2004 and at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver

(23 Feb 2018)
 

Neman and Gomel are the finalists of Belarus Cup

Despite two defeats in 2nd leg of semifinals, Cup holder Neman Grodno and HK Gomel are the finalists of 2017 Belarus Cup, named after Ruslan Salei.

In a replay of last season Cup and league finals, Neman knocked out rival Yunost Minsk, winning 6-4 in Minsk and loosing 1-2 at home.

An opening goal by Edijs Brahmanis was enough for Gomel to secure the pass for the final, despite the 3-1 defeat against Dinamo Maladzyechna, thanks to the 3-0 victory in the first leg.
The date of final is TBD
HK Gomel won the national Cup 4 times, the lasty in 2013; Neman has two titles, in 2015 and 2017

(27 Sep 2017)
 

Belarus Cup semifinals set

After the last game, won by Dinamo Maladzyechna against Yunost Minsk, the semifinals of Belarus Cup are known with the first two teams from each of two groups qualified: HC Dinamo Maladzyechna, winner of Group A, will play with Gomel, while Neman Grodno will face Yunost Minsk. The dates of two legs of semifinals are to be determined

(27 Aug 2017)
 

Games of the day: 20 July

@ Minsk (Minsk Cup):Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk - Neman Grodno 4-3 SO

@ Raubichi (BLR): Yunost Minsk - Dinamo Maladzyechna 0-4

HC Dynamo Pardubice - HC Slovan Bratislava 5-2

(20 Jul 2017)
 

Crvena Zvezda will compete in Belarus Cup

The calendar of 2017 Belarus Cup, named after hockey legend Ruslan Salei, was unveiled with a unexpected news: Serbian team Crvena Zvezda Beograd will compete in the Cup as host team, without the right to eventually advance to final. Serbian team, with Belarusian Igor Krivoshlykov in the coaching staff, will spend pre-season training camp in the city of Kobrin, successfully asking to the Belarus Federation to compete in a tournament as part of preparation for the new season, according to the rumours, in the newly created International Hockey League with Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian teams

As usual the teams are divided in two groups, with the top two teams in each group advancing to semifinals.
Last year Neman Grodno, later also Extraliga champion, won the Cup beating Yunost Minsk in the final

(17 Jun 2017)
 

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)
 

Neman win Belarus Cup

After the defeat 4-5 at home in leg one of the finals, Neman Grodno overturned the score winning 4-1 at Chizovka Arena in Minsk, earning the second Belarus Cup, named after legendary Ruslan Salei, in the history of club, after the first ever won in 2014-15 defeating again Yunost in the final.
The club from Minsk is still the major winner of the trophy, with 5 victories

(25 Oct 2016)
 

Calendar of Belarus Cup unvelied

Belarus Federation publishes today the calendar for Belarus Cup, named after Ruslan Salei, in memory of the defender tragically passed away in Yaroslavl plane crash. As in last editions, the 11 Extraliga teams plus Belarus U20 national team are divided in two groups playing a single round robin. The two winners will advance to finals. Two finalists from last edition, champion Yunost Minsk and Dinamo Maladzyechna are in thew same group, so won't meet in the final act.
As usual Eurohockey will follow Belarus Cup with game-by-game stats

(12 Jul 2016)
 

Season awards decided in Belarus

At the meeting of Executive Committee of the Belarus Federation were announced the awards for the 2015-2016 season:

Here the winners:

Best goalkeeper - Maxim Malyutin (Shakhter Soligorsk)
Best defender - Kristian Khenkel (Yunost-Minsk)
Best forward - Pavel Razvadovsky (Yunost-Minsk)
Best young player - Danila Karaban (Dinamo Maladzyechna)
Top scorer - Victor Andrushchenko (Shakhter Soligorsk)
Playoffs MVP - Alexander Tryanichev (Yunost-Minsk)

Best referee - Andrei Shrubok (Minsk)
Best arena - Chizhovka Arena Minsk

The Committee also announced the Extraliga will be played with same format also next season, but increasing the number of import players up to 6.

(21 Apr 2016)
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Fast factsseason 2010-2011
Leagues

Yunost Minsk participates in season 2010-2011: Belarus Cup, Belarus Open League, Continental Cup, Molodezhnaya Hockey League

 
 
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