TEAM RUSSIA AT U18 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

19.04.2018 в 11:00
TEAM RUSSIA AT U18 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
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U18 IIHF World Championship kicks off in Chelyabinsk and Magnitogorsk on April 19th. Team Russia coaching staff, led by Alexander Zybin, announced their roster for the tournament, where his team is expected to win nothing but gold. Here’s Russia’s final roster.

 

U18 Team Russia roster

 

Goaltenders

Amir Miftakhov
(Irbis Kazan)

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In the 2017/18 season: 26 games (5 playoff games), Goals Against Average – 1.91 (3.22), Save Percentage – 93.4 (88.7)

Daniil Isayev (Loko Yaroslavl)

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In the 2017/18 season: 19 games (1 playoff game), Goals Against Average – 1.56 (2.57), Save Percentage – 93.6 (90.3)

Mikhail Isayev (Ladiya Togliatti)

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In the 2017/18 season: 25 games, Goals Against Average – 2.76, Save Percentage – 91.2

Defensemen


Danila Galenyuk (SКА-1946 St. Petersburg)

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In the 2017/18 season: 20 games (6 playoff games), 1 goal, 5 assists (0 goals, 1 assist), plus-7 (plus-3)

Daniil Zhuravlyov (Irbis Kazan)

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In the 2017/18 season: 28 games (5 playoff games), 9 goals, 9 assists (0 goals, 1 assist), plus-6 (minus-1)


Anton Malyshev (Loko Yaroslavl)

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In the 2017/18 season: 31 games (8 playoff games), 4 goals, 6 assists (1 goal, 0 assists), plus-8 (plus-3)


Daniil Misyul (Loko Yaroslavl)

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In the 2017/18 season: 33 games (6 playoff games), 2 goals, 3 assists (0 goals, 1 assist), plus-6 (plus-5)


Nikita Okhotyuk (Ottawa 67’s, OHL)

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In the 2017/18 season: 53 games, 5 goals, 6 assists, plus-12

Alexander Romanov (Krasnaya Armiya Moscow)

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In the 2017/18 season: 37 games (4 playoff games), 7 goals, 7 assists (0 goals, 1 assist), plus-17 (minus-1)


Yegor Zamula (Calgary Hitmen, WHL)

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In the 2017/18 season: 69 games, 2 goals, 16 assists, 0

Bogdan Zhilyakov (JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg)

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In the 2017/18 season: 43 games (8 playoff games), 6 goals, 6 assists (0 goals, 0 assists), plus-23 (minus-1)

 

Forwards

Kirill Marchenko
(Mamonty Yugry)

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In the 2017/18 season: 31 games (8 playoff games), 8 goals, 8 assists (4 goals, 3 assists)

Ivan Morozov (Mamonty Yugry)

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In the 2017/18 season: 30 games (7 playoff games), 11 goals, 12 assists (2 goals, 3 assists)

Ruslan Iskhakov (Krasnaya Armiya Moscow)

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In the 2017/18 season: 33 games (4 playoffs), 6 games, 24 assists (1 goal, 0 assists)


Dmitry Zavgorodny (Rimouski, QMJHL)

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In the 2017/18 season: 62 games, 26 goals, 21 assists

Maxim Sorkin (Krasnaya Armiya Moscow)

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In the 2017/18 season: 43 games (4 playoff games), 11 goals, 13 assists (1 goal, 0 assists)

Pavel Rotenberg (JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg)

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In the 2017/18 season: 48 games (8 playoff games), 5 goals, 9 assists (0 goals, 2 assists)

Semyon Kizimov (Ladiya Togliatti)

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In the 2017/18 season: 30 games, 6 goals, 12 assists


Alexander Zhabreyev (JHC Dynamo St. Petersburg)

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In the 2017/18 season: 40 games (8 playoff games), 11 goals, 19 assists (4 goals, 3 assists)

Pavel Dorofeyev (Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk)

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In the 2017/18 season: 48 games (5 playoff games), 19 goals, 20 assists (2 goals, 1 assists)

Yegor Spiridonov (Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk)

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In the 2017/18 season: 39 games (4 playoff games), 10 goals, 9 assists (1 goal, 0 assists)


Vladislav Mikhailov (JHC Dynamo Moscow)

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In the 2017/18 season: 41 games, 5 goals, 2 assists


Vasily Podkolzin (U17 Vityaz)

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In the 2017/18 season: 13 games, 9 goals, 8 assists

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