Woman U18

Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Diana Farkhutdinova 08.08.2000 178 70
20 Anna Alpatova 07.07.2002 169 62
30 Milena Tretyak 20.06.2000 163 53
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
9 Vita Ponyatovskaya 08.01.2003 170 57
10 Irina Tzatzina 14.04.2002 173 68
12 Irina Kulagina 13.08.2000 170 74
13 Anna Savonina 05.12.2001 163 59
21 Anastasiya Golovkina 30.03.2001 155 53
23 Alina Orlova 05.05.2000 163 61
26 Elena Provorova 22.11.2001 165 56
28 12.04.2000 174 64
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
3 Mariya Serova 07.07.2000 157 51
4 03.05.2000 170 62
11 Polina Luchnikova 30.01.2002 168 69
14 Elena Mezentseva 14.03.2001 164 57
15 Mariya Aleksandrova 19.08.2000 171 63
16 Ilona Markova 18.01.2002 166 55
17 Oksana Bratisheva 05.06.2000 165 55
18 Darya Beloglazova 18.09.2000 165 57
22 Mariya Lobur 30.11.2000 164 65
24 09.02.2001 164 58
25 Elizaveta Shkaleva 22.10.2002 162 48
29 16.04.2000 160 56


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
06.01.2018 15:30
Russia, Dmitrov
Arena Dmitrov
2018 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women's World Championship
Woman U18
Canada
2:3
Women U18
07.01.2018 15:30
Russia, Dmitrov
Arena Dmitrov
2018 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women's World Championship
Woman U18
Women U18
3:5
USA
09.01.2018 19:30
Russia, Dmitrov
Arena Dmitrov
2018 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women's World Championship
Woman U18
Sweden
2:0
Women U18
10.01.2018 19:30
Russia, Dmitrov
Arena Dmitrov
2018 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women's World Championship
Woman U18
Women U18
2:0
Finland
12.01.2018 19:30
Russia, Dmitrov
Arena Dmitrov
2018 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women's World Championship
Woman U18
Sweden
2:1
Women U18
13.01.2018 15:30
Russia, Dmitrov
Arena Dmitrov
2018 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women's World Championship
Woman U18
Women U18
1:5
Canada

About

Women U18

Created in 2006, the under 18 Russian women's national team won the 2011 World Championship First Division title at home. At the 2015 World Championship, Russia WU18 earned a bronze medal. The team competes in the strongest World Championship division, while one of the Four Nations tournaments takes place in Russia every year. The country's most talented young female players represent the team. Head coach - Evgeny Bobariko.

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