Павел Дацюк Pavel Datsyuk
Birth date 20.07.1978
Age 41 years
Pavel Datsyuk is the central striker. The pupil of Yekaterinburg, Yekaterinburg. Prior to his departure for the NHL, he played for Yekaterinburg Spartak (later - Dynamo-Energia) and Ak Bars. In 2001, he became a player of the Detroit Red Wings, with whom he won the Stanley Cup in 2002 and 2008. In total, the NHL played 1,110 games, gaining 1,031 points with a "+283" utility score. During the lockout in the 2004/05 season, he played for the Moscow "Dynamo", won the Russian championship and became the best playoff hockey player. As part of the Russian team played in six world championships and four Olympics. World champion, silver and twice bronze Winner of the world championship. Bronze medalist of the Olympic Games. Four-time participant matches of all NHL stars. Four-time winner of "Lady Bing Trophy" - a prize to the player who demonstrated an example of fair wrestling and gentlemanly behavior. Three-time winner of "Selki Trophy" - the best attacker of the defensive plan). Two-time owner of the "Kharlamov Trophy" - a prize for the best Russian hockey NHL hockey player. The winner of the prize is the most useful player in the regular NHL championship. The best forward of the World Championship. The owner of the "Golden Hockey" - the prize of the most valuable player of the championship of Russia. In the SKA in 2017 he became the champion of Russia and the owner of the Gagarin Cup.
Pavel Datsyuk was named the Pride of Russia at a Russian awards ceremony
The Russian Ministry of Sport crowned the winners of the Athletes of the Year awards 2018 in Russia. Russian national team forward Pavel Datsyuk won the Pride of Russia prize.
Pavel Datsyuk is 40!
On July 20, SKA and Russian national team forward Pavel Datsyuk, the only player in the world to win the NHL Stanley Cup, KHL Gagarin Cup, Olympic Games and World Championship, celebrates his birthday. Today, he turned 40 years of age.
Reaction after playing the Czech Republic at the 2018 World Championship
Russian national team players Kirill Kaprizov, Pavel Datsyuk, Nikita Soshnikov, Pavel Buchnevich and Maxim Shalunov spoke about the 2018 World Championship 3:4 overtime defeat to the Czech Republic.