The RIHF have extended Valery Bragin's and Oleg Bratash's contracts

The Russian Ice Hockey Federation have extended the contract of coaches Valery Bragin and Oleg Bratash.

Valery Bragin will continue to manage the Russian junior national team for a further two years, while Oleg Bratash has received the same deal with the Russian Olympic team. There is also an option to extend the contracts for two extra years.

Between 2010 and 2018, Valery Bragin has won one gold, two silver and one bronze medal from World Junior Championships. With Oleg Bratash, the Russian Olympic team have won four international tournaments and allowed players to gain experiences before joining the senior national side.

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