We congratulate Sergei Petrenko!

On September 10 Sergei Petrenko, who won the 1992 Olympic Games with our senior national team, celebrates his birthday.

Furthermore, during his successful career, the forward also became a world champion in 1993, a two-time USSR champion in 1990 and 1991 while also winnning the domestic championship in 1992 and 1993.

Sergei finished playing ice hockey as a professional in 2004 with Molot-Prikamye. He currently works in the Dynamo Moscow academy.

The Russian Ice Hockey Federation wishes Sergei health, happiness and a very happy birthday!

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