Statistics Yunost Minsk 2010-2011

League: Belarus Open League

 
 
Year: Stage: Position:
 
# Player name Pos GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Oleg ShafarenkoF1371320813
2.Alexander MaterukhinLW13811191810
3.Oleg TimchenkoLW1310818169
4.Andrei StepanovF139918812
5.Maksim SlyshF124101429
6.Alexei BaranovD133811812
7.Alexander KitarovF134610127
8.Aleksandr RyadinskyD13281085
9.Sergei ShelegD131561210
10.Sergei ErkovichD13066242
11.Vladislav KlochkovRW13314141
12.Evgeny KurilinC1322441
13.Yaroslav ChuprisF13224123
14.Artem SenkevichF13112240
15.Sergei ZadelenovC611221
16.Artem OstroushkoLD611227
17.Denis GribkoD1302226
18.Sergei YanovskyF1102281
19.Aleksandr BorovkovF902261
20.Konstantin ZakharovF210121
21.Sergei KorolikF801121
22.Oleg ShipitsinD1200020
23.Alexander SemochkinF200000
24.Stanislav LopachukF200000
25.Andrei KarevD100000
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 15 Dec 2019 |  Tom Mele  (F)
     
    Tulsa Oilersarrowunknown
  2. 15 Dec 2019 |  Regan Nagy  (F)
     
    Allen AmericansarrowJacksonville IceMen
  3. 15 Dec 2019 |  Jonatan Harju  (F)
     
    BIK KarlskogaarrowKarlskrona HK
  4. 15 Dec 2019 |  Ville Meskanen  (F)
     
    Hartford Wolf PackarrowIlves Tampere
  5. 15 Dec 2019 |  Matt Lippa  (F)
     
    Idaho SteelheadsarrowAdirondack Thunder
  6. 15 Dec 2019 |  Alex Schoenborn  (F)
     
    Did not playarrowDundee Stars
  7. 15 Dec 2019 |  Mathew Maione  (D)
     
    HC Red Star KunlunarrowDinamo Minsk

Leagues

Czech Rep.:  Tipsport extraliga | 1.liga | 2.liga

Finland:  Liiga | Mestis

Germany:  DEL | DEL2

Russia:  KHL | VHL

Slovakia:  Tipsport Extraliga | 1.liga

Sweden:  SHL | HockeyAllsvenskan

Switzerland:  NLA | NLB

Other:  EBEL | Belarus | Croatia | Denmark | Estonia | France | Great Britain | Iceland | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | MOL-liga | Norway | Poland | Romania | Serbia | Slovenia | Spain | NHL | AHL |

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