U18

Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Sergei Ivanov 03.04.2004 180 71
30 Egor Korzin 02.03.2004 176 62
35 Sergey Murashov 01.04.2004 176 62
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
2 Adel Safin 19.05.2004 172 68
5 Kirill Kudryavtsev 05.02.2004 178 80
8 Artem Duda 08.04.2004 183 78
21 Ivan Remezovskiy 08.02.2005 184 73
22 Mihail Gulyaev 26.04.2005 175 71
26 Andrey Malyavin 30.01.2004 176 64
27 Vladislav Sapunov 15.02.2004 181 68
28 Artem Barabosha 18.03.2004 185 76
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
6 Daniil Davydov 06.03.2004 181 75
7 Ruslan Gazizov 21.01.2004 178 85
9 Danil Grigoryev 02.04.2004 178 68
10 Ivan Miroshnichenko 04.02.2004 182 78
11 Aleksandr Perevalov 16.04.2004 180 78
12 Semen Sinyatkin 14.03.2004 180 80
13 Ilya Kvochko 22.02.2004 175 72
14 Ilya Rogovskiy 02.08.2004 181 77
16 Daniil Larkin 28.03.2004 186 88
17 Gleb Trikozov 12.08.2004 182 74
18 Ivan Demidov 10.12.2005 180 74
19 Matvey Michkov 09.12.2004 178 72
25 Daniil But 15.02.2005 194 87


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
02.08.2021 16:30
Czech Republic, Břeclav
Zimní stadion Břeclav
2021 Hlinka Gretzky Cup
U18
Finland
2:5
U18
03.08.2021 16:30
Czech Republic, Břeclav
Zimní stadion Břeclav
2021 Hlinka Gretzky Cup
U18
Switzerland
2:9
U18
04.08.2021 20:00
Czech Republic, Břeclav
Zimní stadion Břeclav
2021 Hlinka Gretzky Cup
U18
Czech Republic
3:7
U18
06.08.2021 20:00
Czech Republic, Břeclav
Zimní stadion Břeclav
2021 Hlinka Gretzky Cup
U18
U18
7:5
Sweden
07.08.2021 18:00
Slovakia, Piešťany
Easton Arena
2021 Hlinka Gretzky Cup
U18
U18
7:2
Slovakia

About

U18

In 1967, the first international tournament between eight junior national teams took place upon the USSR Hockey Federation's and the Czechoslovakia Hockey Union's initiative. The competition became the base for the eventual European championships among youth teams. Since 1999, the World U18 Championships have been taking place, following on from the youth championships which were held since 1967. Russia U18 have won 16 World Championships (1967, 1969-1971, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1996, 2001, 2003, 2007). The team competes in Four Nations tournaments as well as the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup, a competition which sees the world's best young players come together. Head coach - Vladimir Filatov.

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