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Artemiy Panarin is 29!
Artemiy Panarin, a forward for the Russian national team and the New York Rangers in the NHL, is celebrating his birthday today on October 30.
30.10.2020
We congratulate Sergei Cherkas!
Sergei Cherkas, an honoured Russian ice hockey coach and the current general director of HC Dynamo Saint Petersburg, celebrates his birthday on October 30.
30.10.2020
We congratulate Nikita Zaitsev!
On October 29, two-time World Championship silver medalist and Russian national team and Ottawa Senators defenseman Nikita Zaitsev celebrates his birthday.
29.10.2020
Dmitry Kulikov is 30!
Two-time World Championship silver medalist and Russian national team and New Jersey Devils defenseman Dmitry Kulikov celebrates his birthday on October 29.
29.10.2020
In memory of Alexei Marin
Alexei Marin, who won the bronze medal of the 1991 World Championship with the senior national team as a goalkeeper, would have turned 56 years of age today on October 29.
29.10.2020
Oleg Kuchenev has passed away
Oleg Kuchenev, an honoured Russian ice hockey coach and health worker, sadly passed away at the age of 78 on October 25.
26.10.2020
We congratulate Andrei Bokaryov!
On October 23, Board of Trustees and the Management Board of the Russian Ice Hockey Federation, co-owner and chairman of the board of directors of CJSC Transmashholding and OJSC MC Kuzbassrazrezugol Andrei Bokaryov celebrates his birthday.
23.10.2020
Happy birthday, Andrei Razin!
On October 23, honoured Russian Master of Sport and current head coach of HC Severstal Cherepovets, Andrei Razin, celebrates his birthday.
23.10.2020
91 years since the birth of Dmitry Ukolov
Dmitry Ukolov, who won the 1956 Olympic Games and the World Championship in 1954 and 1956 with the USSR national ice hockey team, would have turned 91 years of age today on October 23.
23.10.2020
Alexander Burmistrov is 29!
On October 21, 2014 world champion and Russian national team forward Alexander Burmistrov celebrates his birthday.
21.10.2020
Mikhail Shtalenkov is 55!
Mikhail Shtalenkov, who won the 1992 Olympic Games and a silver medal at the 1998 edition of the competition, is celebrating his 55th birthday today on October 20!
20.10.2020
In memory of Igor Dmitriev
October 19 marks the 79th anniversary of Igor Dmitriev's birthday, a legendary ice hockey coach who won the 1988 and 1992 Olympic Games, the 1989 and 1990 World Championship, the 1987 and 1991 European Championship and a silver medal of the 1987 Canada Cup.
19.10.2020
The third "Hockey Family Fest" concerning adaptable ice hockey
The Children's Sledge Hockey League can reveal that a competition has started concerning the location of the "Hockey Family Fest" concerning adaptable ice hockey in 2021.
16.10.2020
We congratulate Darius Kasparaitis!
Darius Kasparaitis, who notably won the 1992 Olympic Games with the Russian national team, celebrates his birthday on October 16.
16.10.2020
German Titov is 55!
On October 16, 1993 world champion and 1998 Olympic silver medalist German Titov celebrates his birthday.
16.10.2020
We congratulate Alexei Kasatonov!
On October 14, two-time Olympic champion, five-time world champion and eight-time European champion Alexei Kasatonov celebrates his birthday.
14.10.2020
Sergei Shepelev is 65!
Sergei Shepelev, who won the 1984 Olympic Games and the World Championship in 1981, 1982 and 1983, is celebrating his 65th birthday today on October 13.
13.10.2020
We congratulate Viktor Rashnikov!
Member of the Russian Ice Hockey Federation board, chairman of the board of directors of the Magnitogorsk Steel Works and Metallurg Magnitogorsk president Viktor Rashnikov celebrates his birthday on October 13.
13.10.2020
The Children's Sledge Hockey League is providing equipment for events free of charge
The Children's Sledge Hockey League is providing equipment (sledges and sticks) free of charge for events being staged in the regions.
12.10.2020
Happy birthday, Alexander Syrtsov!
Head coach of the junior Russian women's national team Alexander Syrtsov celebrates his birthday on October 10.
10.10.2020

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