Ice Hockey in Kyrgyzstan 

Ice Hockey in Kyrgyzstan is governed by the Ice Hockey Federation of the Kyrgyz Republic. Kyrgyzstan has been a associate member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 2011.  Kyrgyzstan Men’s national team made their International debut in 1962 at the Winter Spartakiad Games. Kyrgyzstan returned to international play in 2011 at the Asian Winter Games, while the Junior team made it’s debut in 2017. This page shows the history of the Men’s and Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team
IIHF Member: May 14, 2011
History:
Kyrgyzstan Men Official Results
Kyrgyzstan Men Unofficial Results
Kyrgyzstan Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: January 28th, 2011, 15-4 win over Thailand
First Unofficial Game Played: March 2nd, 1962, 6-3 win over Armenia SSR
Longest Official Winning Streak: (10) Jan 28th, 2011-March 1st, 2014
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (1) March 7th, 1962
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (10) January 28th, 2011-March 1st, 2014
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (1) March 7th, 1962
Longest Official Losing Streak: (5) February 26th, 2017-April 4th, 2019
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (6) March 7th, 1962-January 16th, 2023
Biggest Official Win: 22-0 over Malaysia March 2nd, 2023
Biggest Unofficial Win: 5-0 over Armenia SSR March 7th, 1962
Biggest Official Loss: 18-2 to Romania December 19th, 2019
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 29-0 to Russian Federation March 3rd,1962

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
20GKArslan MaraimbekovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
1GKAlexander PetrovHC Dordoi
10DMaksim EgorovHC Dordoi
21DGeorgii FitisenkoHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
18DErnazar IsamatovHC Dordoi
4DAdis KachkynbekovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
17DAnton KudashevHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
3DIgor LeshchenkoHC Dordoi
16DKuzma TerentyevHC Dordoi
15FWIslambek AbdyraevHC Dordoi
13FWAdil BekmuratovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
6FWMikhail ChuvalovHC Dordoi
11FWSultan IsmanovTottenham Railers (CAN)
12FWBelek MaksatbelkovHC Dordoi
14FW Ersultan MirbekovHC Dordoi
19FWVladimir NosovHC Dordoi
8FWAbdumalik SapitovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
23FW Mamed SeifulovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
7FWAlexander TitovHC Dordoi
9FWVladimr TonkikhHC Dordoi
 HCMikhail ChekanovUpdated (03/09/24) 

 

Women’s National Team
IIHF Member: May 14, 2011
History:
Kyrgyzstan Women Official Results
Kyrgyzstan Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: April 30th, 2023, 3-1 win over Kuwait
Longest Official Winning Streak: (1) May 6th, 2023
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (1) May 6th, 2023
Longest Official Losing Streak: (4) March 24th-30th, 2024
Biggest Official Win: 3-1 over Kuwait April 30th, 2023
Biggest Official Loss: 26-0 to Iran May 3rd, 2023

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
1GKAkylai BelekovaHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
25GKAkinai OnkoshovaHC Yssyk-Kol
21DMalika AsanalievaHC Yssyk-Kol
17DMaanai BekturganovaHC Yssyk-Kol
22DAfina IsaevaHC Yssyk-Kol
4DMalika IsaevaHC Naryn Hawks
13DNuraiym KenzhebaevaHC At-Bashy
12DKarina NurdinovaHC Naryn Hawks
19DNurilia TalaibekovaHC Naryn Hawks
6FWAiperi AbdymanapovaHC Yssyk-Kol
16FWDinara BaigalmankovaHC Yssyk-Kol
5FWAinazik ImangazievaHC Yssyk-Kol
20FWAdinai IsaevaHC Naryn Hawks
9FWKasiet KairatovaHC Yssyk-Kol
15FWNadira KarybekovaHC Naryn Hawks
18FWDiana KimSibir Novosibirsk (RUS)
11FWElvira KoleevaHC At-Bashy
10FWZharkyani MusaevaHC Naryn Hawks
8FWSezim SalamatovaHC Yssyk-Kol
3FWAiturgan ZhumakadyrovaHC At-Bashy
HCErsultan Mirbekov(03/23/24)

 

U20 National Team
IIHF Member: May 14, 2011
History:
Kyrgyzstan U20 Official Results
Kyrgyzstan U20 Unofficial Results
Kyrgyzstan U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: December 13th, 2017, 12-4 win over Philippines
First Unofficial Game Played: June 2nd, 2022, 6-2 win over Binokor Youth Team
Longest Official Winning Streak: (4) January 7th-July 15th, 2022
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (3) June 2nd-July 17th,  2022
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (4) January 7th-July 15th, 2022
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (3) June 2nd-July 17th,  2022
Longest Official Losing Streak: (7) January 30th, 2023-January 28th, 2024
Biggest Official Win: 13-2 over Philippines December 5th, 2018
Biggest Unofficial Win: 6-1 over Binokor Youth Team June 4th, 2022
Biggest Official Loss: 16-1 to Israel January 25th, 2024
Medals:
Challenge Cup of Asia: Silver: 2018, 2019

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
20GKEmir BolsunbekovHC Naryn Hawks
1GKArtem VasilevHC Dordoi
2DDanil AmankulovVäsby IK U20 (SWE)
8DAgakhan BarmanovHC Naryn Hawks
4DEmail BekmuratovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
15DYegor LeshchenkoHC Dordoi
5DAdilet NuralievHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
9DDmitri ShumakovHC Dordoi
3FWAtai AlmazbekovHC Dordoi
7FWAkai BelekovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
11DSultan IsmanovTottenham Railers (CAN)
6FWKirill KimHC Dordoi
12FWBelek MaksatbekovHC Dordoi
19FW Abdumalik SapitovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
19FW Abdumalik SapitovHC Kyrgyz Temir Johly
16FW Sher ShamshybekovHC Naryn Hawks
14FW Iman SooronbaevKyrgyzstan
10FW Tair SupokhunovHC Dordoi
17FWElmir UrankaievHC Naryn Hawks
13FWNurel ZhamansarovHC Naryn Hawks
18FWVadim ZhoginHC Dordoi
 HC Kuzma TerentyevUpdated (01/21/24) 

 

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