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Khimik Voskresensk

  • Nickname: Хи́мик Воскресе́нск
  • Year of foundation: 1953
  • Colours: yellow, blue
  • Club status: active
  • Address: ul. Mendeleeva, 2
    140200, Moscow Region, Voskresensk
  • Phone: +7 (496) 444-70-83
  • Fax: +7 (496) 444-70-10
  • Email: voskrhimik@mail.ru
  • WWW: Khimik Voskresensk
 
Khimik Voskresensk is major league affiliate of: MHC Khimik
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Season 2023-2024

Club teams

This club in 2023-2024: Euro-Asian Friendship Cup | VHL

 
Recent gamesseason 2023-2024
Dec. 23 23Khimik Voskresensk - Neman Grodno4-1
Dec. 24 23Sokol Krasnoyarsk - Khimik Voskresensk2-6
Current rosterseason 2023-2024
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GDmitri Kulikov31.05.2001187 cm80 kgright
GZakhar Vinogradov19.11.2002188 cm76 kgleft
DIgor Chibrikov30.11.2001202 cm84 kgleft
DIgor Isayev08.08.1995180 cm78 kgleft
DDaniil Ivanov26.09.2003193 cm95 kgleft
DVeniamin Korolyov30.06.2003194 cm103 kgleft
DGleb Kozhemyakin16.01.1998176 cm76 kgleft
DArseny Paramonov26.06.2002184 cm81 kgleft
D/FAlexei Yegorov30.08.2002188 cm77 kgleft
FYegor Chezganov28.06.2002184 cm84 kgright
FVladislav Dzhioshvili06.01.1998183 cm84 kgleft
COleg Gubin12.04.1981187 cm90 kgright
FKirill Kondyrev29.06.2002186 cm88 kgleft
LWKirill Kozhevnikov26.01.1999187 cm93 kgleft
FMaxim Krovyakov12.05.2002191 cm82 kgright
FPavel Kukshtel19.02.1998192 cm86 kgleft
FDemid Mansurov09.08.2000194 cm84 kgright
FDanil Pivchulin11.04.2003186 cm77 kgright
RWNikita Shuidin03.05.2002178 cm72 kgright
LWDmitri Solovyov26.01.2002177 cm70 kgright
LWPavel Tkachenko11.07.1997181 cm80 kgleft
FDaniel Usmanov15.04.2002180 cm73 kgright
LWMatvei Zaseda09.06.1999178 cm83 kgleft

* no longer in the club

Nikolai Epstein Podmoskovye Ice Palace Voskresensk

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Former goalie Yuri Shundrov passed away

Former goalkeeper Yuri Shundrov passed away at 62 as reported by the official website of the Ukrainian Hockey Federation.

Shundrov, born in Penza, Russia, played for 16 years for Sokil Kyiv, winning a bronze medals of the USSR championship and several titles of champion of Ukraine. He closed the career in Romania, with Rapid Bucharest.

With the national team of Ukraine played in four World championships: 1995, 1997, 1998 and 1999, winning the award as best goalie in 1998. He was back in national team as assistant coach in 2007 and 2010

After the retirement, Shundrov worked as goalies' coach at Metallurg Magnitogorsk, CSKA Moscow, Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk and until last season at HC Sochi

(01 Aug 2018)
 

Voskresensk Ice Palace dedicated to Nikolai Epstein

Voskresensk District Administration has decided to remember Honored Coach of the USSR, and honorary citizen of Voskresensk Nikolai Epstein by dedicating the Ice Palace of Sports simply known as Podmoskoe (suburbs).

Epstein led Khimik for 22 years. Under his leadership the team won twice the bronze medal in the championship of the USSR. Among Epstein alumni are stars as Valeri Kamensky, Igor Larionov, Valery Zelepukin and Sergei Berezin. The ceremony will held on December 14, when club celebrates its 60th anniversary.

(02 Dec 2013)
 

Silver Lions St. Petersburg scored 60 goals in a game

Russian team Silver Lions St. Petersburg set a memorable score crushing United Arab Emirates U17 team 60-0 during the Cup of the President of Turkmenistan, a junior tournament helding in Ashgabat.
UAE team previously suffered two other tough defeats against Belarusian Raubichi (0-22) and Turkmenstani team Oguzkhan (4-31). In the same tournament also Turkey U17 team suffered severe losses against Turkmenistani Galkan (21-0) and Russian Neftyanik Almetyevsk (32-0)

Khimik Voskresensk won the tournament beating 3-1 Oguzkhan

(18 Feb 2013)
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Fast factsseason 2023-2024
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Khimik Voskresensk participates in season 2023-2024: Euro-Asian Friendship Cup, VHL

 
 
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