U18

Coaches NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
Vladimir Filatov 12.06.1985
Andrey Mironov 24.01.1982
Alexander Levitskiy 10.04.1964
Andrey Komissarov 13.01.1989
Roman Vavin 07.06.1986
Dmitriy Polyanchikov 01.01.1980
Alexander Smirnov 12.12.1992 0 0
Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Vladimir Sartakov 02.09.2001 181 62
30 Iaroslav Askarov 16.06.2002 191 76
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
2 Nikita Sedov 05.05.2001 183 84
3 Dmitriy Tyuvilin 19.01.2001 180 76
4 Nikita Vaschenko 11.03.2001 184 90
5 Nikolay Burenov 13.05.2001 176 72
6 Semyon Chistyakov 07.08.2001 179 76
8 Artemy Kniazev 04.01.2001 182 80
23 Ilya Mironov 15.03.2001 191 91
25 Roman Bychkov 10.02.2001 179 75
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
7 Egor Spiridonov 22.01.2001 187 80
9 Mikhail Abramov 26.03.2001 178 69
10 Yaroslav Likhachev 02.09.2001 176 73
12 Sergei Alkhimov 07.03.2001 185 94
13 Oleg Zaitsev 07.01.2001 186 84
15 Daniil Guschin 06.02.2002 173 72
16 Ilya Nikolayev 26.06.2001 182 88
19 Vasily Podkolzin 24.06.2001 181 86
24 Arseniy Gritsyuk 15.03.2001 178 75
26 Egor Chinakhov 01.02.2001 181 72
27 Rodion Amirov 02.10.2001 183 76
28 Daniil Gutik 31.08.2001 190 72


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
07.08.2018 00:00
Canada, Red Deer
Servus Arena
Hlinka Gretzky Cup 2018
U18
Finland
2:7
U18
08.08.2018 00:00
Canada, Red Deer
Servus Arena
Hlinka Gretzky Cup 2018
U18
Czech Republic
0:3
U18
09.08.2018 04:00
Canada, Red Deer
Servus Arena
Hlinka Gretzky Cup 2018
U18
U18
8:3
USA
11.08.2018 00:00
Canada, Edmonton
Rogers Place
Hlinka Gretzky Cup 2018
U18
U18
1:2
Sweden
12.08.2018 00:00
Canada, Edmonton
Rogers Place
Hlinka Gretzky Cup 2018
U18
USA
4:5
U18

About

U18

In 1967, the first international tournament between eight junior national teams took place upon the USSR Hockey Federation's and the Czechoslovakia Hockey Union's initiative. The competition became the base for the eventual European championships among youth teams. Since 1999, the World U18 Championships have been taking place, following on from the youth championships which were held since 1967. Russia U18 have won 16 World Championships (1967, 1969-1971, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1996, 2001, 2003, 2007). The team competes in Four Nations tournaments as well as the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup, a competition which sees the world's best young players come together. Head coach - Alexander Zybin.

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