U20

Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Amir Miftakhov 26.04.2000 184 72
20 Pyotr Kochetkov 25.06.1999 185 80
30 Daniil Tarasov 27.03.1999 191 70
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
2 Danila Zhuravlyov 08.04.2000 184 74
4 Alexandr Alexeyev 15.11.1999 190 86
5 Dmitri Samorukov 16.06.1999 188 82
6 Ilya Morozov 20.01.1999 189 100
26 Aleksandr Romanov 06.01.2000 181 83
27 Mark Rubinchik 21.03.1999 182 82
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
9 Artyom Galimov 08.09.1999 183 78
10 Stepan Starkov 18.06.1999 184 75
11 Vasily Podkolzin 24.06.2001 181 86
12 Kirill Marchenko 21.07.2000 188 78
14 Vitali Kravtsov 23.12.1999 187 77
15 Nikolai Кovalenko 17.10.1999 175 70
16 Pavel Shen 14.08.1999 174 81
17 Ivan Morozov 05.05.2000 185 81
23 Ivan Muranov 06.10.1999 190 81
24 Klim Kostin 05.05.1999 191 89
28 Grigori Denisenko 24.06.2000 180 78
29 Kirill Slepets 06.04.1999 177 66


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
28.12.2018 00:00
Canada, Vancouver
Rogers Arena
World Junior Championship 2019
U20
U20
4:0
Denmark
29.12.2018 04:00
Canada, Vancouver
Rogers Arena
World Junior Championship 2019
U20
Czech Republic
1:2
U20
31.12.2018 04:00
Canada, Vancouver
Rogers Arena
World Junior Championship 2019
U20
Switzerland
4:7
U20
Date Tournament Game
01.01.2019 04:00
Canada, Vancouver
Rogers Arena
World Junior Championship 2019
U20
U20
2:1
Canada
03.01.2019 06:30
Canada, Vancouver
Rogers Arena
World Junior Championship 2019
U20
U20
8:3
Slovakia
05.01.2019 00:00
Canada, Vancouver
Rogers Arena
World Junior Championship 2019
U20
U20
1:2
USA
06.01.2019 00:00
Canada, Vancouver
Rogers Arena
World Junior Championship 2019
U20
U20
5:2
Switzerland

About

U20

13 times world champions (1977-1980, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1989, 1992, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2011). Before World Championships were organised by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), Russia U20 won the unofficial World Championship three times between 1974 and 1976. The country's most talented young players compete for the team, a lot of them go on to play for the senior national team.

During each season, Russia U20 participate in different international tournaments, with the majority of them taking place in Europe. One of the most important competitions is the Super Series in Canada, where Russia U20 play against the best players from the QMJHL, OHL and the WHL.

Head coach - Valery Bragin

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