Russian National Ice-Hockey Team

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No. Pos. Name Height Weight Birthdate Team 7 D Kulikov, DmitriDmitri Kulikov 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)...
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The Russian national men's ice hockey team is one of the top rated national ice hockey teams in the world, currently ranked 5th by the IIHF. It has been competing internationally since 1993 and follows a long tradition of Soviet Union team mostly composed of Russian players. The Russian team has not been as dominant as the Soviet team, winning the gold in the World Championships only once in 12 years but it remains one of the top teams in the world. Russia finished 4th at the 2006 Torino Olympics. The team is controlled by the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia. Russia has a total of 77,702 players (0.05% of its population) . As of August 2006, their head coach is Vyacheslav Bykov. Russian hockey logo This is a copyrighted and/or trademarked logo. ... Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Ice hockey, known simply as hockey in areas where it is more common than...

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The Russian national men's ice hockey team is one of the top rated national ice hockey teams in the world, currently ranked 5th by the IIHF. It has been competing internationally since 1993 and follows a long tradition of Soviet Union team mostly composed of Russian players. The Russian team has not been as dominant as the Soviet team, winning the gold in the World Championships only once in 12 years but it remains one of the top teams in the world. Russia finished 4th at the 2006 Torino Olympics. The team is controlled by the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia. Russia has a total of 77,702 players (0.05% of its population) . As of August 2006, their head coach is Vyacheslav Bykov.

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RUSSIA NATIONAL ICE HOCKEY TEAM

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The Russian men's national ice hockey team is the national ice hockey team of Russia, overseen by the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia. As of May 2015, they are rated second in the IIHF World Rankings; with 3675 points. The team has been competing internationally since 1993, and is recognized by the IIHF as the successor to the Soviet Union Hockey Federation and have passed its ranking on to Russia. Today, it still follows a long tradition of Soviet hockey teams, composed mostly of Russian players. The Russian team replaced the Unified Team of the ice hockey at the 1992 Winter Olympics and the Commonwealth of Independent States team of the 1992 World Championships and is a member of the so-called "Big Six", the unofficial group of the six strongest men's ice hockey nations, along with Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, Sweden and the United States.[1]

The Soviets were the most dominant teams of all time in international play. The team won nearly every world championship and...

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Coach of the Russian national ice hockey team Zinetula Bilyaletdinov has announced an extended roster for the Euro Ice Hockey Challenge (EICH) competition in April, the Russian Ice Hockey Federation said on its website on Monday.

The EICH is a competition among European franchises organized by the IIHF (International Ice Hockey Federation). The EICH was set up mainly as a “warm up” stage for the Ice Hockey World Tournament, which will be held this year on May 4-20 in Sweden and Finland.

The Russian roster comprises 34 players – three goaltenders, 12 defenders and 19 forwards. The list excludes players from the National Hockey League (NHL), and the teams competing for the Gagarin Cup.

Russia will face Germany on April 7 and 8, Slovakia – on April 13 and 14, and Latvia – on April 20 and 21.

The roster includes:

Goaltenders – Konstantin Barulin (Atlant), Mikhail Biryukov (Yugra) and Vasily Koshechkin (Severstal).

Defenders – Andrei Zubarev,...

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ussia’s national ice hockey team has defeated North America (players not older than 23) 4-3 in its second match at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey in Toronto.

Pucks for the Russian team were delivered by Vladislav Namestnikov (30th minute), Nikita Kucherov (31st), Yevgeny Kuznetsov (34th) and Vladimir Tarasenko (36th).

Auston Matthews, Morgan Rielly and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored for the North American side in the 6th, 38th and 44th minutes respectively.

The teams of Russia and North America have two points each after two matches.

In a final match of the group stage, Russia’s team will on September 22 play Finland, and North America will play Sweden September 21.

The 2016 World Cup of Hockey is held in Toronto between September 17 and October 1.

The World Cup of Hockey is an international successor of the previously famous Canada Cup (held between 1976 and 1991). After the international event was inaugurated in 1996, it was staged only once...

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The Soviets were the most dominant teams of all time in international play. The team won nearly every world championship and Olympic tournament between 1954 and 1991 held by the International Ice Hockey Federation. Russia won the 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2014 World Ice Hockey Championships. Russia has a total of 84,270 players,[2] about 0.05% of its population. As of May 2014, their head coach is Oleg Znarok.

Year Location Result 1992 Prague / Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 5th place 1993 Dortmund / Munich, Germany Gold 1994 Bolzano / Canazei / Milan, Italy 5th place 1995 Stockholm /...
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The Soviet national ice hockey team was the national hockey team of the Soviet Union. The team won nearly every world championship and Olympic tournament between 1954 and 1991 and never failed to medal in any International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) tournament they competed in.

After 1991, the Soviet team competed as the Unified Team at the 1992 Winter Olympics and as the Commonwealth of Independent States at the 1992 World Championship. In 1993, it was replaced by national teams for Belarus, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia and Ukraine. The IIHF recognized the Russian ice hockey federation as the successor to the Soviet Union hockey federation and passed its ranking on to Russia. The other national hockey teams were considered new and sent to compete in Pool C.

The IIHF Team of the Century included four Soviet-Russian players out of a team of six (with only Canadian centre Wayne Gretzky and Swedish defenceman Borje Salming being the non-Soviet players...

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The Russian men's national ice hockey team is one of the most successful national ice hockey teams in the world, rated number one in IIHF world rankings. It has been competing internationally since 1993 and follows a long tradition of Soviet Union team mostly composed of Russian players. The Russian team replaces the Unified Team of 1992. In 1991 and earlier, players competed with the Soviet Union national ice hockey team.

The Russian team has not been as dominant as the Soviet team, winning the gold in the World Championships three times in 18 years but it remains one of the top teams in the world. Russia finished 4th at the 2006 Winter Olympics. The team is controlled by the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia. Russia has a total of 77,702 players, about 0.05% of its population. As of August 2006, their head coach is Vyacheslav "Slava" Bykov.

The top three nominees for the 2009 Hart Memorial Trophy (the most valuable player award in the National Hockey League) all play...

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