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The senior national team roster for the Czech Hockey Games

16.04.2018
The Russian national team's management group have named the roster for the upcoming Czech Hockey Games.

Goalkeepers: Vasily Koshechkin (Metallurg Magnitogorsk), Igor Shestyorkin (SKA Saint Petersburg), Ivan Bocharov (Dynamo Moscow).

Defensemen: Dinar Khafizullin, Anton Belov, Vladislav Gavrikov, Artyom Zub, Yegor Yakovlev (all SKA Saint Petersburg), Alexei Bereglazov (Metallurg Magnitogorsk), Dmitry Ogurtsov (Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk), Alexander Elesin (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl), Nikita Tryamkin (Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg), Maxim Mineev (Avangard Omsk), Nikolai Demidov (Sibir Novosibirsk).

Forwards: Nikita Gusev, Pavel Datsyuk, Alexander Barabanov, Viktor Tikhonov, Ilya Kablukov (all SKA Saint Petersburg), Evgeny Dadonov (Florida Panthers), Dmitry Kagarlitsky (Severstal Cherepovets), Alexei Byvaltsev (Amur Khabarovsk), Nikita Soshnikov (St. Louis Blues), Anton Slepyshev (Edmonton Oilers), Alexander Dergachyov (Spartak Moscow), Pavel Buchnevich (New York Rangers), Alexei Kruchinin (Traktor Chelyabinsk), Kirill Semyonov, Ilya Mikheev (both Avangard Omsk).

Forwards Alexander Radulov and Vladislav Namestnikov will arrive in Russia next week where they will undergo medical testing before a decision is made on their participation in World Championships preparation. Forward Ilya Kovalchuk cannot take part in the 2018 World Championship. This is a joint decision of the player and management group which was made because of his tough season in the KHL and participation in the Olympic Games.

Forwards Ivan Barbashyov and Sergei Plotnikov are injured and cannot play for the national team.

Defenseman Viktor Antipin, who received an injury (concussion) sustained in one of the last NHL regular season matches for the Buffalo Sabres, travelled to Novogorsk. However, after conversing with team doctors, the decision was taken for Viktor to miss the World Championship.

Russia will play Sweden in Yaroslavl on April 19 (20:00) in the Czech Hockey Games, before playing Finland on April 21 (19:15) and the Czech Republic on April 22 (15:20) in Pardubice.

Russian Ice Hockey Federation

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