Woman

Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
30 Valeria Merkusheva 20.09.1999 168 60
31 Anna Prugova 20.11.1993 175 62
92 Nadezhda Morozova 29.11.1996 170 70
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
2 Angelina Goncharenko 23.05.1994 178 71
4 Yuliya Smirnova 08.05.1998 161 54
11 Liana Ganeyeva 20.12.1997 165 58
13 Nina Pirogova 26.01.1999 173 69
19 Elena Provorova 22.11.2001 165 56
22 Mariya Batalova 03.05.1996 174 70
70 Anna Shibanova 10.11.1994 162 62
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
7 Kristi Shashkina 09.01.2003 176 76
15 Valeriya Pavlova 15.04.1995 175 75
16 Ilona Markova 18.01.2002 167 59
17 Fanuza Kadirova 06.04.1998 162 60
18 Olga Sosina 27.07.1992 163 73
26 Yekaterina Dobrodeyeva 10.12.1999 158 60
27 Veronika Korzhakova 09.06.2003 166 62
29 Alexandra Vafina 28.07.1990 165 58
42 Oksana Bratisheva 05.06.2000 165 55
43 Yekaterina Likhachyova 24.08.1998 171 63
59 Sofiya Lifatova 27.03.2003 167 59
73 Viktoriya Kulishova 12.08.1999 170 57
79 Landysh Falyakhova 31.08.1998 157 53
93 Yelizaveta Rodnova 12.07.1999 156 50


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
22.08.2021 01:00
Canada, Calgary
WinSports Arena
2021 Women World Chapionship
Woman
Russia W
3:1
Switzerland W
23.08.2021 01:00
Canada, Calgary
WinSports Arena
2021 Women World Chapionship
Woman
Canada W
5:1
Russia W
24.08.2021 21:00
Canada, Calgary
WinSports Arena
2021 Women World Chapionship
Woman
USA W
6:0
Russia W
25.08.2021 21:00
Canada, Calgary
WinSports Arena
2021 Women World Chapionship
Woman
Russia W
0:4
Finland W
28.08.2021 19:00
Canada, Calgary
WinSports Arena
2021 Women World Chapionship
Woman
Russia W
2:3
Switzerland W
29.08.2021 22:00
Canada, Calgary
WinSports Arena
2021 Women World Chapionship
Woman
Russia W
3:2
Germany W
31.08.2021 19:00
Canada, Calgary
WinSports Arena
2021 Women World Chapionship
Woman
Russia W
2:0
Japan W

About

Russia W

Developing women's ice hockey is one of the International Ice Hockey Federation's main objectives (IIHF). Our team constantly competes in the highest division, winning World Championship bronze in 2001, 2013 and 2016. The players compete in Four Nations tournaments, and play against university teams from the USA and Canada as a part of the women's ice hockey development program. Russia W's first official match took place in 1994 against Switzerland, before winning the European championship a year later. At the 1996 European championship, Russia lost to Sweden to take a silver medal. Head coach - Evgeniy Bobariko.

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