Statistics Dynamo Moskva 2001-2002

League: Russian Superleague

 
This club in 2001-2002: Russian Superleague
 
Year: Stage: Position:
 
# Player name Pos GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Andrei RazinC322402
2.Alexander SavchenkovRW3134121
3.Oleg OrekhovskyLD310122
4.Denis KartsevC31012-5
5.Alexei KudashovC301141
6.Alexei TroshchinskyRD301121
7.Alexander KuvaldinRW30114-5
8.Alexander YudinRD30112-4
9.Evgeny GribkoRD30002-4
10.Sergei VyshedkevichD30000-2
11.Alexei TereshchenkoC300000
12.Alexander OvechkinRW30000-3
13.Andrei SkopintsevLD30000-2
14.Mikhail IvanovRW30000-1
15.Ravil YakubovC30000-2
16.Evgeny LapinLW30000-3
17.Alexei MikhnovLW30002-1
18.Aleksandrs NizivijsRW30000-2
19.Marat DavydovLD20000-1
20.Ilya NikulinRD20000-2
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 20 Jan 2022 |  Dominik Piskoř  (F)
     
    EV Lindauarrow1. EV Weiden
  2. 20 Jan 2022 |  Daniel Ketter  (D)
     
    EG Diez-LimburgarrowEC Bad Nauheim
  3. 20 Jan 2022 |  Petr Cajka  (F)
     
    HC Ambrì-PiottaarrowSC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers
  4. 20 Jan 2022 |  Luca Camperchioli  (D)
     
    EHC Visparrowretired
  5. 20 Jan 2022 |  Denis Zaychik  (F)
     
    HK LidaarrowHK Brest
  6. 20 Jan 2022 |  Kirill Andreyev  (G)
     
    HC Vitebsk-2arrowJunior Minsk
  7. 20 Jan 2022 |  Brennan Feasey  (F)
     
    Worcester Railersarrowunknown

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