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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: Yunost Minsk, Instagram
 
Yunost Minsk is major league affiliate of: Yunost Minsk - MHL

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Season 2023-2024

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Recent gamesseason 2023-2024
Mar. 14 24Metallurg Zhlobin - Yunost Minsk2-1 OT
Mar. 16 24Metallurg Zhlobin - Yunost Minsk3-1
Mar. 18 24Yunost Minsk - Metallurg Zhlobin0-3
Current rosterseason 2023-2024
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GLeonid Fomin05.05.1996185 cm82 kgleft
GNikita Mytnik25.09.2002171 cm74 kgleft
GDmitri Parakhnevich14.05.2005- cm- kgN/A
GMakar Serebryannikov24.10.2005188 cm74 kgright
DAndrei Antonov27.04.1985177 cm86 kgleft
DPavel Kamko02.05.2004195 cm92 kgright
DIvan Kostko16.12.2004- cm- kgN/A
DMark Lypkan05.03.1994185 cm83 kgleft
DMaxim Nikitin16.08.1999185 cm84 kgright
DMark Rudakovsky12.11.2003185 cm90 kgleft
DIvan Rudyak29.01.2005192 cm84 kgleft
DVadim Shchechin31.03.2000186 cm81 kgleft
DIlya Sidoruk07.03.2002185 cm82 kgleft
DSergei Stankevich03.03.1995179 cm75 kgleft
DDmitri Znakharenko04.08.1993183 cm90 kgleft
LWVyacheslav Andryuschenko04.07.1989172 cm78 kgright
FNikita Bespalov02.07.2003186 cm81 kgright
FKirill Brikun17.09.1990173 cm82 kgleft
FVladislav Demidovich23.05.2002187 cm74 kgright
CSergei Drozd14.04.1990182 cm82 kgleft
FVyacheslav Ipatov11.09.1995180 cm83 kgleft
FArtyom Kazaryan12.11.2004182 cm70 kgleft
FAlexander Kitarov18.06.1987190 cm95 kgleft
FArseni Kovgorenya13.05.2005180 cm75 kgleft
FArseni Kozich14.04.2004183 cm70 kgleft
CGeorgy Krishtal23.08.2001185 cm76 kgleft
FStanislav Kuchkin17.11.1993176 cm75 kgleft
LWOleg Lomako24.12.1992180 cm83 kgright
LWPavel Medvedev08.01.1992185 cm84 kgleft
FIlya Paranin22.12.2000177 cm75 kgright
FGerman Pirogovsky15.07.2002175 cm73 kgleft
CValery Polyakov16.08.1993172 cm72 kgleft
FAlexander Popkov10.05.2000175 cm77 kgright
CMaxim Rasseikin26.04.1998189 cm88 kgleft
FVladimir Rovba29.10.1997186 cm92 kgleft
FAndrei Ryashentsev25.06.1994190 cm100 kgleft
FIvan Sereda05.12.2003149 cm39 kgleft
FPavel Sherbakov12.07.1996178 cm76 kgleft
FVladislav Shilo14.03.2003183 cm85 kgleft
FTaras Yeliseyev06.12.1996194 cm93 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Vladimir Kopat23.04.1971Assistant Coach
Viktor Kostyuchyonok07.06.1979Head Coach
Pavel Tolstik02.04.1978Assistant Coach
Maxim Brazhinsky07.05.1991Video Coach

* no longer in the club

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

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HC Vitebsk retains Belarus Cup

Today the first official trophy of the new season was assigned: Vitebsk retains the Belarus Cup, named after Ruslan Salei, by beating 2-1 Shakhtar Soligorsk in the final. HK Brest won the bronze, by beating 2-1 Yunost Minsk

(27 Aug 2023)
 

Dinamo Minsk won Belarus Cup

For the third time in history, Dinamo Minsk won the Belarus Cup, named after Ruslan Salei, by beating 3-0 in the final, played in Gomel, cup holder and national champion Yunost Minsk. In the semifinal, Dinamo trashed 4-0 host Gomel, while Yunost prevailed at shootouts against Dinamo Maladzyechna. These teams reached the final four by winnig their qualification groups, while Dinamo Minsk and Yunost earned a bye and enter in the competition in the final four.
In the bronze medal final, Dinamo Maladzyechna left no chance for Gomel, with a 5-1 victory.
It's the first trophy for Dinamo Minsk since 2009, when the club won the Spengler Cup

(31 Aug 2020)
 

Awards in Belarus assigned

The Belarusian Federation announced the awards for the 19-20 Extraliga, one of few leagues completed in Europe. The winners are determined by the votes of all Extraliga clubs

Best Goalie: Maxim Malyutin (Shakhtar Soligorsk)
Best Defender: Andrei Antonov (Yunost Minsk)
Best Forward: Nikita Remezov (Neman Grodno)
Best Young Player: Nasser Subkhi (HK Gomel)
Playoffs MVP: Maxim Malyutin (Shakhtar Soligorsk)
Coach of the Year: Yuri Faikov (Shakhtar Soligorsk)

(17 May 2020)
 

Shakhtar to the finals in Belarus

No corona break in Belarus. Today Shakhtar Soligorsk beat Neman Grodno 1-0 to qualify for the finals against Yunost. The finals start on Friday.

(24 Mar 2020)
 

Geoff Platt named Player of the Year in Belarus

Forward Geoff Platt, recently signed with Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg from Jokerit, was named Player of the Year by Belarusian journalists. The Canadian born Platt, who had Belarusian citizenship since 2013, received 367 votes, finishing ahead of Dinamo Minsk defender Kristian Khenkel (190) and Yunost Minsk forward Mikhail Stefanovich (115)

(15 Jul 2019)
 

Belarus Cup fixtures unveiled

The calendar of 2019 Belarus Cup, named after legend Ruslan Salei, was unveiled with a new formula: the teams from Extraliga A and B was splitted in two groups. The winner of each group advances to the semifinals, where are automatically qualified champion Yunost Minsk and Dinamo Minsk. The semifinals and the finals will be held in Orsha on August 17 and 18

(20 Jun 2019)
 

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)
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Fast factsseason 2023-2024
Leagues

Yunost Minsk participates in season 2023-2024: Belarus Cup, Belarus Extraliga, Belarus Junior League, Belarus U18

 
 
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