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Russia

  • Year of foundation: 1952
  • Colours: red, blue, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Ice Hockey Federation of Russia
    Luzhnetskaia Naberezhnaia 8
    119991 Moscow
    Russia
  • Phone: +7 495 637 02 77
  • Fax: +7 495 637 02 22
  • Email: sokolova@fhr.ru
  • WWW: http://www.fhr.ru/
 

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Season 2018-2019

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Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Jan. 02 19 | 19:30Russia - Slovakia8-3
Jan. 04 19 | 13:00Russia - USA1-2
Jan. 05 19 | 13:00Russia - Switzerland5-2
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
20GPetr Kochetkov25.06.1999191 cm93 kgleft
1GAmir Miftakhov26.04.2000184 cm78 kgleft
30GDanil Tarasov27.03.1999196 cm83 kgleft
4DAlexander Alexeev15.11.1999193 cm91 kgleft
6DIlya Morozov20.01.1999190 cm94 kgleft
26DAlexander Romanov06.01.200018 cm83 kgleft
27DMark Rubinchik21.03.1999183 cm84 kgleft
5DDmitry Samorukov16.06.1999188 cm82 kgleft
2DDanil Zhuravlyov08.04.2000183 cm74 kgleft
8D/FSaveli Olshansky18.02.1999184 cm92 kgleft
28LWGrigori Denisenko24.06.2000181 cm78 kgright
9FArtyom Galimov08.09.1999183 cm79 kgleft
24RWKlim Kostin (C)05.05.1999191 cm96 kgleft
15RWNikolai Kovalenko17.10.1999177 cm79 kgleft
14FVitaly Kravtsov23.12.1999190 cm83 kgleft
12FKirill Marchenko21.07.2000190 cm76 kgright
17FIvan Morozov05.05.2000185 cm82 kgright
23FIvan Muranov06.10.1999190 cm85 kgleft
11FVasily Podkolzin24.06.2001185 cm86 kgleft
18FNikita Shashkov26.03.1999180 cm81 kgN/A
16RWPavel Shen14.08.1999184 cm85 kgright
29FKirill Slepets06.04.1999177 cm66 kgleft
10FStepan Starkov18.06.1999184 cm78 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Vladimir Kulikov28.05.1981Assistant Coach
Alexander Boikov07.02.1975Assistant Coach
Yury Babenko02.01.1978Assistant Coach
Valery Bragin31.05.1956Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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World Juniors Quarter finals

The quarter final match-ups of the World Junior Championship in Canada is decided after the end of the Preliminary Round:
Sweden - Switzerland
Canada - Finland
USA - Czech Republic
Russia - Slovakia

(01 Jan 2019)
 

Ilya Vorobyev and Harijs Vitolins awarded

Ilya Vorobyev and Harijs Vitolins, head coach and assistant of Russia national team, were awared by President Vladimir Putin with the Order of Friendship and the Order of Alexander Nevsky respectively "for the successful preparation of athletes who have achieved high sporting achievements at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang"
Russian hockey team, competed in Korea under the status of the Olympic athletes from Russia, won gold medals.

The Order of Friendship rewards foreign nationals whose work, deeds and efforts have been aimed at the betterment of relations with the Russian Federation and its people.

The Order of Alexander Nevsky is awarded to citizens of the Russian Federation who have achieved special personal merit in nation-building and for strengthening the international prestige of Russia

(01 Aug 2018)
 

Russia beats Belarus

Kirill Kaprizov scored twice and Pavel Datsyuk added a third goal when Russia beat Belarus 3-0 today in Moscow.

(30 Jan 2018)
 

World Juniors quarter finals

The World Junior Championship quarter finals will be played on Tuesday:
Czech Republic - Finland
Canada - Switzerland
Sweden - Slovakia
USA - Russia

Belarus and Denmark will play three games to decide who relegates.

(01 Jan 2018)
 

Germany and Russia U16 winners

U16 National team games have been played this weekend. Germany won a tournament in Kitzbühel with victories over Switzerland Red 7-3, Austria 10-4 and Switzerland White 9-1.

Slovakia and Russia played three games in Ruzinov. Russia wan all three: 6-0, 11-2, and 6-1.

(20 Aug 2017)
 

Finland beat Russia

Finland won the last game of three between the Under-17 teams of Finland and Russia in Vierumäki 2-1.

Finland also won game one 3-1 while Russia won the second game 4-3.

(13 Aug 2017)
 

Big wins on Ivan Hlinka Memorial opening day

Three of the four games on the first day of Ivan Hlinka Memorial in Breclav, Czech Republic and Bratislava, Slovakia ended with big wins. First Lukas Wernblom and Samuel Fagemo scored two goals each when Sweden beat USA 6-1 in Breclav. In the second game in Breclav Czech Republic beat Switzerland 6-2 after two goals by Jan Jenik and two by Jakub Lauko.

In Bratislava Ruslan Iskhatov scored the winner when Russia beat Canada 4-3 after a shootout. Rasmus Kupari had two goals and three assists when Finland got an easy 6-1 win over Slovakia.

(07 Aug 2017)
 

Women’s World Championship coming up

On Friday starts the Women's World Championship in Plymouth, Michigan, United States. Yesterday the U.S. Women's National Team and USA Hockey announced that they've reached an agreement so USA will be represented by their best players at the home championship, trying to defend the gold medals.

In exhibition games yesterday Sweden beat Germany 3-2 and Switzerland beat Russia 4-0.

(29 Mar 2017)
 

Three in a row for Russia U16

The Russian U16 team bet the Czech 6-1 today in Český Těšín. Russia also won 3-2 on Tuesday and 4-1 on Wednesday.

(22 Dec 2016)
 

Czech U18 team beat Russia - twice

The Czech U18 team bet the Russia U18 in Pribram. The game yesterday ended 5-1. Filip Zadina scored twice while Jan Hladonik, David Kvasnicka and Radim Salda got a goal each for the Czechs. Maxim Marushev scored the Russian goal.

Today Czech Republic won 3-2 on goals by Ondrej Buchtela, Jan Kalus and Krystof Hrabik. Daniil Lobanov and Maxim Marushev scored for Russia.

(16 Oct 2016)
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Women’s World Cup 2019 - USA make it Olympic and Worlds double

The USA took gold in Finland last week, with the host nation taking Silver after an impressive semi final victory over Canada who took Bronze smashing the Russians 7-0. Read below for more details of the nail biting final that went ... Read more»

Women’s World Cup 2019 - Sweden crash out of top flight

Sweden’s women’s team has hit an all time low and will be playing in the Division 1 competition next year after only winning one game in this year’s championship. Read on to see how the disaster unfolded. ... Read more»

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