JHL ALUMNI AT THE OLYMPICS

26.01.2018 в 14:31
JHL ALUMNI AT THE OLYMPICS
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Olympic men’s ice hockey tournament will take place in South Korea from 14th to 25th February. Team Russia coaching staff led by Oleg Znarok has named the roster for Pyongchang. Russia will face USA, Slovenia and Slovakia in round robin.

 

Team Russia’s roster boasts 14 Junior Hockey League alumni.

Goaltenders

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Igor Shestyorkin (22 years old, SKA St. Petersburg)

84 games for JHC Spartak Moscow and SKA-1946 St. Petersburg (4 JHL seasons)

51 wins in regulation, 15 shutouts, Goals Against Average – 1.82. Save Percentage – .934 on average per game

2017 Gagarin Cup champion

2014 Kharlamov Cup champion

JHC silver medalist (2013, 2015)

2014 JHL Challenge Cup champion

2015 World Junior silver medalist

IIHF World Championship bronze medalist (2016, 2017)

KHL All-Star Game participant (2017, 2018)

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Ilya Sorokin (22 years old, CSKA Moscow)

47 games for Kuznetskie Medvedi and Krasnaya Armiya Moscow (3 JHL seasons)

16 wins in regulation, 3 shutouts, Goals Against Average – 2.58. Save Percentage – .913 on average per game

2015 World Junior silver medalist

IIHF World Championship bronze medalist (2016, 2017)

Top KHL goaltender of the 2015-16 season

KHL All-Star Game participant (2016, 2017, 2018)

 

Defensemen

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Artyom Zub (22 years old, SKA St. Petersburg)

129 for Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk (5 JHL seasons)

6 goals, 14 assists, 20 points, minus-13

KHL rookie of the month (2015-16)

2017 Gagarin Cup champion

2017 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

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Vladislav Gavrikov (22 years old, SKA St. Petersburg)

130 for Loko Yaroslavl (4 JHL seasons)

8 goals, 21 assists, 29 points, plus-42

2017 KHL bronze medalist

2017 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

2015 World Juniors best defenseman

KHL rookie of December (2015-16)

KHL top defenseman of March (2016-17)

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Alexei Marchenko (26 years old, CSKA Moscow)

120 for Krasnaya Armiya Moscow (3 JHL seasons)

25 goals, 82 assists, 107 points, plus-72

2011 Kharlamov Cup Champion

2011 JHL top defenseman of the season

Most points among defensemen in the 2010-11 JHL season (38 points)

2010 JHL Challenge Cup champion

2014 AHL All-Star Game participant

2016 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

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Bogdan Kiselevich (27 years old, CSKA Moscow)

40 for Almaz Cherepovets (3 JHL seasons)

7 goals, 11 assists, 18 points, plus-15

2014 KHL All-Star Game participant

2016 Gagarin Cup runner-up

2017 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

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Nikita Nesterov (24 years old, CSKA Moscow)

115 games for Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk (4 JHL seasons)

23 goals, 43 assists, 66 points, plus-2

2011 U18 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

2012 World Junior silver medalist

2013 World Junior bronze medalist

2015 AHL All-Star Game participant

2018 KHL All-Star Game participant

Forwards

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Sergei Andronov (28 years old, CSKA Moscow)

23 games for Krasnaya Armiya Moscow (2 JHL seasons)

9 goals, 7 assists, 16 points

2011 Kharlamov Cup champion

2007 U18 IIHF World Championship champion

2009 World Junior bronze medalist

2017 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

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Mikhail Grigorenko (23 years old, CSKA Moscow)

53 games for Krasnaya Armiya (1 JHL season)

18 goals, 22 assists, 40 points

2011 Kharlamov Cup champion

2011 U18 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

2012 CHL Rookie of the year

2012 Most points in QMJHL (85 points)

2012 QMJHL Rookie of the year

2012 World Junior silver medalist

2013 World Junior bronze medalist

2017 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

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Kirill Kaprizov (20 years old, CSKA Moscow)

74 games for Kuznetskie Medvedi (3 JHL seasons)

27 goals, 25 assists, 52 points

KHL All-Star Game participant (2016, 2017, 2018)

2016 World Junior silver medalist

2017 World Junior bronze medalist

2017 World Juniors best forward (12 points)

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Sergei Kalinin (26 years old, SKA St. Petersburg)

67 games for Omskie Yastreby (2 JHL seasons)

16 goals, 27 assists, 43 points

2010 JHL Challenge Cup participant

2011 World Junior champion

2014 IIHF World Championship gold medalist

2016 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

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Nikolai Prokhorkin (24 years old, SKA St. Petersburg)

101 games for Krasnaya Armiya Moscow (4 JHL seasons)

43 goals, 53 assists, 96 points

2011 Kharlamov Cup champion

Kharlamov Cup runner-up (2012, 2014)

2013 Spengler Cup runner-up

2014 KHL All-Star Game participant

2017 Gagarin Cup champion

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Alexander Barabanov (23 years old, SKA St. Petersburg)

208 games for СКА-1946 (5 JHL seasons)

102 goals, 105 assists, 207 points

2014 World Junior bronze medalist

2013 Junior Hockey League regular season top goal-scorer (39 goals)

2013 JHL Challenge Cup participant

2013 JHL top goal-scorer

2015 Kharlamov Cup runner-up

2014 World Junior bronze medalist

Gagarin Cup champion (2015, 2017)

2017 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist

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Nikita Gusev (25 years old, SKA St. Petersburg)

160 games for Krasnaya Armiya Moscow and Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk (3 JHL seasons)

103 goals, 152 assists, 255 points

JHL Challenge Cup participant (2010, 2011, 2012)

JHL Challenge Cup champion (2010, 2012)

2011 Kharlamov Cup champion

JHL Most Valubale Player (2011,2012)

2012 Kharlamov Cup runner-up

Most points and goals in Kharlamov Cup Playoffs (2011, 2012)

Vitaly Davydov Trophy (2011, 2012)

2012 World Junior silver medalist

KHL All-Star Game participant (2015, 2016, 2018)

2017 IIHF World Championship bronze medalist
2017 Gagarin Cup champion

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