We congratulate Alexei Zhamnov!


On the 1st of October, Olympic champion, current head of the Russian national team selection process and HC Spartak Moscow's first vice-president and general manager Alexei Zhamnov celebrates his birthday. The Russian Ice Hockey Federation wishes Alexei a very happy birthday, as well as health, happiness and more professional success!

Zhamnov Alexei Yurevich

Born on the 1st of October 1970 in Moscow

Playing career:

1988 - 1992 - Dynamo Moscow

1992 - 1996 - Winnipeg Jets

1996 - 2004 - Chicago Blackhawks

2004 - Philadephia Flyers

2004 - 2005 - Vityaz

2005 - 2006 - Boston Bruins


1992 Olympic champion

1998 Olympic silver medalist

2002 Olympic bronze medalist

1991 World Championship bronze medalist

1990, 1991 and 1992 domestic league winner

Russian Ice Hockey Federation 

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