National Team

Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
30 Igor Shestyorkin 30.12.1995 185 85
31 Ilya Sorokin 04.08.1995 188 78
83 Vasili Koshechkin 27.03.1983 200 110
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
3 Dinar Khafizullin 05.01.1989 179 80
4 Vladislav Gavrikov 21.11.1995 190 97
22 Nikita Zaitsev 29.10.1991 189 89
44 Yegor Yakovlev 17.09.1991 182 83
51 Aleksei Bereglazov 20.04.1994 194 87
55 Bogdan Kiselevich 14.02.1990 184 94
88 Nikita Tryamkin 30.08.1994 202 116
89 Nikita Nesterov 28.03.1993 180 83
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
7 Kirill Kaprizov 26.04.1997 177 82
11 Sergei Andronov 19.07.1989 188 86
13 Pavel Datsyuk 20.07.1978 180 88
15 Artyom Anisimov 24.05.1988 193 86
19 Pavel Buchnevich 17.04.1995 188 80
25 Mikhail Grigorenko 16.05.1994 189 84
29 Ilya Kablukov 18.01.1988 189 88
41 Nikita Soshnikov 14.10.1993 179 78
63 Yevgeni Dadonov 12.03.1989 179 84
66 Ilya Mikheyev 10.10.1994 188 86
78 Maxim Mamin 13.01.1995 181 72
87 Maxim Shalunov 31.01.1993 193 96
94 Alexander Barabanov 17.06.1994 179 89
97 Nikita Gusev 08.07.1992 178 76


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
04.05.2018 17:15
Denmark, Copenhagen
Royal Arena
WC 2018
National Team
Russia
7:0
France
06.05.2018 13:15
Denmark, Copenhagen
Royal Arena
WC 2018
National Team
Team Austria
0:7
Russia
07.05.2018 17:15
Denmark, Copenhagen
Royal Arena
WC 2018
National Team
Belarus
0:6
Russia
10.05.2018 21:15
Denmark, Copenhagen
Royal Arena
WC 2018
National Team
Czech Republic
4:3
Russia
12.05.2018 21:15
Denmark, Copenhagen
Royal Arena
WC 2018
National Team
Russia
4:3
Switzerland
14.05.2018 17:15
Denmark, Copenhagen
Royal Arena
WC 2018
National Team
Russia
4:0
Slovakia
15.05.2018 21:15
Denmark, Copenhagen
Royal Arena
WC 2018
National Team
Russia
1:3
Sweden
17.05.2018 17:15
Denmark, Copenhagen
Royal Arena
WC 2018
National Team
Russia
4:5
Canada

About

Russia

Followed on the USSR national team. Russia is the record holder for World Championship wins - 27 gold medals (1954, 1956, 1963-1971, 1973-1975, 1978-1983, 1986, 1989-1990, 1993, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2014). At the moment, Russia is third in the International Ice Hockey Federation's world ranking (IIHF). Our players have won the Olympic Games on eight occasions (1956, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1984, 1988, 1992). The team's first official match took place on the 11th of March 1953 against Norway in Moscow (6:0 victory). Head coach - Oleg Znarok.

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