We congratulate Valery Bragin!


On May 31st, Russian junior national team head coach Valery Bragin celebrates his birthday. Valery has led Russia U20 to some unforgettable moments, picking up gold, silver and bronze medals from the competition.

The Russian Ice Hockey Federation wishes Valery a very happy birthday!

Bragin Valery Nikolaevich

Born on the 31st of May 1946 in Sverdlovsk Region

Honoured Russian ice hockey coach

Playing career:

1974-1981 - Spartak Moscow

1981-1989 - Khimik

1989-1994 - Roedovre

Coaching career:

1997-1999 - Khimik

1999-2000 - Kristall Saratov

2002-2003 - Khimik

2005-2007 - Spartak Moscow

2009 - Atlant Mytischi

2003-2004 - Russia U18

2010-2012 - Russia U20

2012 - CSKA Moscow

2014-present - Russia U20

Russian Ice Hockey Federation 

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