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Kazakhstan

  • Year of foundation: 1992
  • Colours: blue, yellow, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Kazakhstan Ice Hockey Federation
    12/1 D. Konayeva Str., office 508
    010000 Astana
    Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Phone: +7 7172 605 041
  • Fax: +7 7172 605 044
  • Email: office@icehockey.kz
  • WWW: http://www.icehockey.kz/
 

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Season 2018-2019

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Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Dec. 31 18 | 15:30Sweden - Kazakhstan4-1
Jan. 02 19 | 11:00Kazakhstan - Denmark4-3
Jan. 04 19 | 09:00Denmark - Kazakhstan0-4
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
20GDenis Karatayev20.10.1999186 cm85 kgleft
1GVladislav Nurek14.04.2000183 cm72 kgleft
30GDemid Yeremeyev25.09.1999186 cm88 kgleft
19DYaroslav Khripkov22.01.1999187 cm87 kgleft
21DArtyom Korolyov20.09.2001185 cm81 kgleft
23DDavid Muratov06.03.2001189 cm75 kgleft
3DYernar Musabayev07.01.2000185 cm84 kgleft
9DValery Orekhov17.07.1999186 cm86 kgleft
24DYevgeny Shinkaretski23.03.1999184 cm91 kgleft
7D/FSamat Daniyar24.01.1999182 cm72 kgright
5FOleg Boiko29.05.2001174 cm74 kgleft
6FAndrei Buyalski18.08.2000190 cm76 kgleft
17FSayan Daniyar (C)05.10.1999178 cm71 kgleft
26FRuslan Demin03.01.2000177 cm79 kgleft
15FArtur Gatiyatov17.11.1999170 cm59 kgleft
11FDias Guseinov30.05.2001182 cm66 kgleft
12FDavyd Makutsky01.08.1999166 cm67 kgleft
25FDmitri Mitenkov17.05.1999179 cm77 kgleft
18FBatyrlan Muratov01.02.1999184 cm72 kgright
29FMaxim Musorov29.05.2001179 cm76 kgright
27FDanil Tretyakovsky16.07.1999181 cm90 kgleft
28FIvan Vereshchagin25.06.1999175 cm74 kgleft
8FAidos Zhorabek05.02.1999179 cm77 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Ildus Gabdrakhmanov06.08.1971Assistant Coach
Alexander Vysotsky24.07.1968Assistant Coach
Argyn Nigmatulin28.06.1955GM
Sergei Starygin29.03.1961Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Kazakhstan named new coach

Belarussian Andrei Skabelka, 47, was appointed as new coach of Kazakhstan national team, following his sign as new coach of Barys Astana. Last season Skabelka coached Avangard Omsk

(06 Jun 2018)
 

Andrei Nazarov remains coach of Kazakhstan

Despite the relegation at last World Championship, Russian Andrei Nazarov was confirmed as head coach of Kazakhstan national team. Nazarov will lead Kazakhstan at the Olympic qualification in September against Norway, Italy and France. Nazarov was confirmed also as Barys Astana coach.

Federation also announced the coaches for junior and women teams:
Sergei Starygin - U20
Viktor Buyalsky - U18
Alexander Maltsev - Women

(10 Jun 2016)
 

World Championship preparation

The World Championship in Russia starts in three days. Four pre-tournament games were played today. Canada beat Czech Republic 3-0 and Kazakhstan beat France 6-3. Finland-USA (3-2) and Switzerland - Germany (4-3) were both decided in overtime.

(03 May 2016)
 

Kazakhstan promoted

Kazakhstan beat Great Britain 2-0 in Dumfries Ice Bowl to win World Women's Championship Div. 2A.

(05 Apr 2015)
 

Bochenski will receive citizenship of Kazakhstan

Barys Astana captain Brandon Bochenski will soon complete the process to receive citizenship of Kazakhstan and should be compete for his new country at the World Championship Division Ia in Poland next April.
"I hope that the issue will be resolved soon, all the paperwork takes time. Why decided to play for the national team of Kazakhstan? Here I have a lot of friends, I'm playing in this country and I feel part of it. And I would be honored to represent Kazakhstan." said Bochenski, at Barys from 2011.

Bochenski rapresented native USA at 2007 World Championship

(23 Feb 2015)
 

Euro Ice Hockey Challenge: Romania replaces Kazakhstan

Romania national team will replace the national team of Kazakhstan on the Polish stage of Euro Ice Hockey Challenge (EIHC), scheduled in Torun, Poland, from 05 to 08 February.
Kazakhstan withdrew its participation due to financial problems and injured players. Poland, Hungary and Ukraine are the other participant

(22 Jan 2015)
 

World Championship Division 1a start postponed

Polish Federation announces the start of World Championship Division 1a, originally scheduled for April 18, 2015, will be postponed by one day due to a show of singer Robbie Williams, which will take place at Krakow Arena on day 17. According to the new plan the tournament will begin on 19 April 2015 and end on Saturday 25 April. Host Poland will face Hungary, Japan, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Italy

(02 Nov 2014)
 

U20 Challenge Cup of Asia

MHL Red Stars (represented by the new MHL team Sakhalin Sharks) won the U20 Challenge Cup of Asia in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. They beat Japan 8-3, South Korea 12-0 and Kazakhstan 3-1.

(08 Aug 2014)
 

Kazakhstan GM quits

Kazakhstan GM Shumi Babaev quits his job despite the victory at IHWC Division I and the return of Kazakhstan in the Elite Division.
"I resigned, I can'tforgive that we did not come to the Olympics. I think it's my fault. It was necessary to include more influence to defend their point of view and to get results. I think it is wrong to stay and occupy this position. Perhaps there are more worthy people who can perform all the tasks further, because to remain in the elite will be even harder. For this to work, we need support, and then everything will be done as scheduled" said Babaev

(30 Apr 2013)
 

SKA St. Petersburg and Toros Neftekamsk win pre-season tournaments

The President of Kazakhstan Cup came at the right time for KHL participants SKA St. Petersburg. With four wins in four games they dominated the tournament. Other KHL teams that played in the cup were Barys Astana and Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk along with the most traditional Kazakh team Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk and a "B" version of the Kazakh national team.

Already yesterday the Lada Cup ended. In a tournament of four VHL teams Toros Neftekamsk won the final 2-1 against HC Sarov. The other two participants were Lada Togliatti and Dizel Penza. Lada won the game for the 3rd place 3-0 against Dizel. A detailed overview you can find here.

(13 Aug 2012)
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