U20

Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Amir Miftakhov 26.04.2000 184 72
20 Daniil Isayev 07.01.2000 184 77
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
2 Daniil Zhuravlyov 08.04.2000 184 74
3 Danila Galenyuk 11.02.2000 186 94
5 Anton Malyshev 27.02.2000 182 84
6 Daniil Pylenkov 26.09.2000 181 79
22 Bogdan Zhilyakov 06.04.2000 183 85
25 Daniil Misyul 20.10.2000 190 80
26 Aleksandr Romanov 06.01.2000 181 83
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
7 Danil Savunov 23.12.2000 178 67
9 Kirill Marchenko 21.07.2000 188 78
10 Pavel Rotenberg 29.02.2000 181 80
11 Vasily Podkolzin 24.06.2001 181 86
14 Grigori Denisenko 24.06.2000 180 78
15 Dmitrii Voronkov 10.09.2000 192 86
17 Maksim Sorkin 19.04.2000 187 84
18 Egor Stepanov 03.02.2000 174 69
19 Nikita Rtishev 23.05.2000 187 87
20 Ivan Morozov 05.05.2000 185 81
21 Rodion Amirov 02.10.2001 183 76
23 Vladislav Mihailov 23.12.2000 188 88
27 Pavel Dorofeev 26.10.2000 183 74
29 Lev Komissarov 18.02.2000 185 68


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
23.08.2019 16:00
Russia, Perm
"Molot"
4 nations tournament
U20
U20
4:1
Czech Republic
24.08.2019 16:00
Russia, Perm
"Molot"
4 nations tournament
U20
Sweden
0:1
U20
25.08.2019 14:00
Russia, Perm
"Molot"
4 nations tournament
U20
U20
2:4
Finland

About

U20

13 times world champions (1977-1980, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1989, 1992, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2011). Before World Championships were organised by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), Russia U20 won the unofficial World Championship three times between 1974 and 1976. The country's most talented young players compete for the team, a lot of them go on to play for the senior national team.

During each season, Russia U20 participate in different international tournaments, with the majority of them taking place in Europe. One of the most important competitions is the Super Series in Canada, where Russia U20 play against the best players from the QMJHL, OHL and the WHL.

Head coach - Valery Bragin

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