National Team

Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
31 Alexander Samonov 23.08.1995 184 76
60 Ivan Bocharov 18.05.1995 186 74
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
2 Artyom Zub 03.10.1995 188 90
4 Vladislav Gavrikov 21.11.1995 190 97
9 Ivan Provorov 13.01.1997 185 91
16 Nikita Zadorov 16.04.1995 192 93
27 Igor Ozhiganov 13.10.1992 189 94
87 Rushan Rafikov 15.05.1995 189 91
98 10.01.1998 189 94
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
8 Ivan Morozov 05.05.2000 185 81
10 Sergei Tolchinski 03.02.1995 170 72
11 Dmitrii Voronkov 10.09.2000 192 86
15 Pavel Karnaukhov 15.03.1997 189 96
21 Konstantin Okulov 18.02.1995 184 82
25 Mikhail Grigorenko 16.05.1994 189 84
37 Evgeni Timkin 03.09.1990 192 93
57 Artyom Shvets-Rogovoi 03.03.1995 184 68
58 Anton Slepyshev 13.05.1994 185 75
71 Anton Burdasov 09.05.1991 191 81
72 Emil Galimov 09.05.1992 183 72
78 Maxim Shalunov 31.01.1993 193 96
81 Vladislav Kamenev 12.08.1996 189 85
94 Alexander Barabanov 17.06.1994 179 89
96 Andrei Kuzmenko 04.02.1996 181 88


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
21.05.2021 16:15
Latvia, Riga
Olympic Sports Centre
World Championship 2021
National Team
Russia
4:3
Czech Republic
22.05.2021 16:15
Latvia, Riga
Olympic Sports Centre
World Championship 2021
National Team
Team United Kingdom
1:7
Russia
24.05.2021 16:15
Latvia, Riga
Olympic Sports Centre
World Championship 2021
National Team
Slovakia
3:1
Russia
26.05.2021 16:15
Latvia, Riga
Olympic Sports Centre
World Championship 2021
National Team
Russia
3:0
Denmark
29.05.2021 16:15
Latvia, Riga
Olympic Sports Centre
World Championship 2021
National Team
Switzerland
1:4
Russia
31.05.2021 20:15
Latvia, Riga
Olympic Sports Centre
World Championship 2021
National Team
Russia
3:2
Sweden
Date Tournament Game
01.06.2021 20:15
Latvia, Riga
Olympic Sports Centre
World Championship 2021
National Team
Russia
6:0
Belarus
03.06.2021 20:15
Latvia, Riga
Olympic Sports Centre
World Championship 2021
National Team
Russia
1:2
Canada

About

Russia

Followed on the USSR national team. Russia is the record holder for World Championship wins - 27 gold medals (1954, 1956, 1963-1971, 1973-1975, 1978-1983, 1986, 1989-1990, 1993, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2014). At the moment, Russia is third in the International Ice Hockey Federation's world ranking (IIHF). Our players have won the Olympic Games on eight occasions (1956, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1984, 1988, 1992). The team's first official match took place on the 11th of March 1953 against Norway in Moscow (6:0 victory).

Head coach - Valery Bragin.

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