Goryunov-Rozgilder leads Blacks Sea Cup in points

Team Russia
25.05.2021 в 12:30
Goryunov-Rozgilder leads Blacks Sea Cup in points
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Traditional off-season Black Sea Cup, featuring three squads of U20 Team Russia along with their peers from Latvia, has come to an end in Sochi, Russia. Team Russia Blue has won the tournament.

You can check out Team Russia’s roster for tournament in details here. 49 players were divided into three squads. 46 of the listed players have Junior Hockey League experience.

2021 Black Sea Cup was won by Team Russia Blue.

Goaltenders
Yegor Guskov (Loko Yaroslavl)
Maxim Motorygin (JHC Dynamo Moscow)

Defensemen
Yan Kuznetsov (Stockton Heat, AHL)
Yegor Smirnov (JHC Dynamo Moscow)
Dmitry Kostenko (JHC Spartak Moscow)
Yegor Savikov (Ladiya Togliatti)
Semyon Buyvan (Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk)
Kirill Steklov (Russkie Vityazi Moscow Region)

Forwards
Pavel Tyutnev (Loko Yaroslavl)
Dmitry Zugan (Krasnaya Armiya Moscow)
Alexander Kisakov (JHC Dynamo Moscow)
Ivan Vorobyov (Mamonty Yugry Khanty-Mansiysk)
Mikhail Goryunov-Rolgizer (Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk)
Nikita Dishkovsky (SKA-1946 St. Petersburg)
Maxim Krovyakov (SKA-1946 St. Petersburg)
Kirill Melnichenko (HC Kapitan Stupino)
Ignat Kokhanin (JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg)

Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk forward Mikhail Goryunov-Rolgizer, who played for the winning Team Russia Blue side, led the 2021 Black Sea Cup in scoring. He scored five goals and notched an assist for a total of six points. JHC Dynamo Moscow forward Ivan Didkovsky, who laced them up for Team Russia Red at the tournament after winning the Kharlamov Cup with the blue-and-white, also scored six points with two goals and four assists. Aside from Didkovsky, Alexander Pashin (Tolpar Ufa and Team Russia White forward) and Dmitry Ovchinnikov (Sibirskie Snaipery Novosibirsk Region and Team Russia Red forward) picked up four assists each at the tournament in Sochi, Russia.

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