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Ice Hockey in Russia

Ice hockey in Russia is governed by the Russian Ice Hockey Federation. In May 1992 The IIHF recognized the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia as the successor to the Soviet Union hockey federation. The CIS national ice hockey team consisting of 21 Russian players, 1 Lithuanian and 1 Ukrainian, at the 1992 Olympic Games The team claimed the gold medal.  The IIHF recognized this gold medal as being won by the Russian national team, rather than by the CIS. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team
IIHF Member: May 6th, 1992
Nickname: The Red Machine
History:
Russia Men Official Results
Russia Men Unofficial Results
Russia Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: January 19th, 1992, 7-2 win over Austria
First Unofficial Game Played: December 21st, 1993, 8-1 win over Russia B
Longest Official Winning Streak: (22) April 9th, 2008-December 21st, 2008
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (3) December 28th, 1996-February 4th, 2018
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (22) April 9th, 2008-December 21st, 2008
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (3) December 28th, 1996-February 4th, 2018
Longest Official Losing Streak: (6) May 2nd, 2003-September 6th, 2003
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (1) December 29th, 1995
Biggest Official Win: 12-3 over Great Britain April 26th, 1994
Biggest Unofficial Win: 8-1 over Russia B December 21th, 1993
Biggest Official Loss: 7-1 to Canada May 17th, 2015
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 3-1 to Finland B December 29th, 1995
Medals:
World Championships: Gold: 1993, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2014 Silver: 2002, 2010, 2015
Bronze: 2005, 2007, 2016, 2017, 2019
Olympics: Gold: 1992, 2018, Silver: 1998 Bronze: 2002

 

# P ROSTER TEAMS
60 GK Ivan Bocharov HC Dynamo Moscow
28 GK Ivan Fedotov Traktor Chelyabinsk
31 GK Alexander Samonov SKA Saint Petersburg
2 D Grigori Dronov Metallurg Magnitogorsk
3 D Dinar Khafizullin SKA Saint Petersburg
20 D Kirill Kirsanov SKA Saint Petersburg
53 D Alexei Marchenko Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
38 D Mikhail Naumenkov Salavat Yulaev Ufa
27 D Igor Ozhiganov SKA Saint Petersburg
45 D Daniil Pylenkov Vityaz Podolsk
78 D Rushan Rafikov Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
44 D Yegor Yakovlev Metallurg Magnitogorsk
5 D Dmitry Yudin Ak Bars Kazan
71 FW Anton Burdasov SKA Saint Petersburg
72 FW Emil Galimov SKA Saint Petersburg
81 FW Vladislav Kamenev SKA Saint Petersburg
15 FW Pavel Karnaukhov CSKA Moscow
63 FW Pavel Kraskovsky Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
96 FW Andrei Kuzmenko SKA Saint Petersburg
86 FW Kirill Marchenko SKA Saint Petersburg
8 FW Ivan Morozov SKA Saint Petersburg
77 FW Konstantin Okulov CSKA Moscow
92 FW Vasili Podkolzin SKA Saint Petersburg
57 FW Artyom Shvets-Rogovoy SKA Saint Petersburg
24 FW Ilya Safonov Ak Bars Kazan
87 FW Maxim Shalunov CSKA Moscow
47 FW Anton Slepyshev CSKA Moscow
37 FW Yevgeny Timkin SKA Saint Petersburg
10 FW Sergei Tolchinsky Avangard Omsk
11 FW Dmitri Voronkov Ak Bars Kazan
16 FW Denis Zernov Avangard Omsk
  HC Valeri Bragin (05/10/21)

 

Women’s National Team
IIHF Member: May 6th, 1992
Nickname: The Red Machine
History:
Russia Women Official Results
Russia Women Unofficial Results
Russia Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: April 1st, 1994, 2-1 loss to Switzerland
First Unofficial Game Played: May 20th, 1994, 6-6 tie with Eastern Selects
Longest Official Winning Streak: (11) September 25th 2015-November 8th, 2015
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (8) October 13th, 2017-January 28th 2018
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (11) September 25th 2015-November 8th, 2015
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (8) October 13th, 2017-January 28th 2018
Longest Official Losing Streak: (7) April 4th, 2012-December 14th, 2012
Longest Unofficial Losing: (7) November 24th, 2012-January 6th, 2013
Biggest Official Win: 16-1 over Denmark December 29th, 1997
Biggest Unofficial Win: 14-0 over National League Women All Stars March 6th, 2016
Biggest Official Loss: 15-0 to United States April 4th, 2000
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 12-0 to Canada Red January 3rd, 2008
Medals:
World Championships: Bronze: 2001, 2013, 2016
European Championships: Silver: 1996

 

# P ROSTER TEAMS
1 GK Valeria Merkusheva SKIF Nizhny Novgorod
2 GK Nadezhda Morozova Dynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
3 GK Maria Sorokina Agidel Ufa
4 D Maria Batalova Agidel Ufa
5 D Liana Ganeeva Dynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
6 D Angelina Goncharenko Dynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
7 D Yekaterina Nikolaev Torpedo Gorky
8 D Maria Pechnikova Agidel Ufa
9 D Nina Pirogova Tornado Dmitrov
10 D Elena Provorova SKIF Nizhny Novgorod
11 D Anna Savonina Tornado Dmitrov
12 D Anna Shibanova Agidel Ufa
13 D Yuliya Smirnova Dynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
14 FW Polina Bolgareva Dynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
15 FW Oksana Bratishcheva SKIF Nizhny Novgorod
16 FW Elena Dergachyova Tornado Dmitrov
17 FW Ekaterina Dobrodeeva Biryusa Krasnoyarsk
18 FW Evgeniya Dyupina Dynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
19 FW Landysh Falyakhova SKIF Nizhny Novgorod
20 FW Fanuza Kadirova Dynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
21 FW Veroika Korzhakova Agidel Ufa
22 FW Viktoriya Kulishova SKIF Nizhny Novgorod
23 FW Ekaterina Likhachyova SKIF Nizhny Novgorod
24 FW Ilona Markova Agidel Ufa
25 FW Valeriya Pavlova Biryusa Krasnoyarsk
26 FW Anna Shokhina Tornado Dmitrov
27 FW Olga Sosina Biryusa Krasnoyarsk
28 FW Alexandera Vafina (Kunlun Red Star Vanke Rays
HC Yevgeni Bobariko (01/26/21)

 

U20 National Team
IIHF Member: May 6th, 1992
Nickname: The Red Machine
History:
Russia U20 Official Results
Russia U20 Unofficial Results
Russia U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: September 1st, 1992, 6-1 loss to Sweden
First Unofficial Game Played: August 12th, 1993, 14-1 win over Italy U21
Longest Official Winning Streak: (12) November 10th, 2002-November 8th, 2003
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (5) July 31st, 2020-August 8th, 2020
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (12) November 10th, 2002-November 8th, 2003
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (5) July 31st, 2020-August 8th, 2020
Longest Official Losing Streak: (7) January 5th, 2007-September 4th, 2007
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (10) November 25th, 2004-December 1st, 2005
Biggest Official Win: 16-0 over Japan December 26th, 1992
Biggest Unofficial Win: 11-0 over Bavaria U20 April 7th, 2015
Biggest Official Loss: 11-1 to Finland December 20th, 1992
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 8-1 to WHL All Stars November 30th, 2006
Medals:
World Junior Championships: Gold: 1999, 2002, 2003, 2011 Silver: 1995, 1998. 2000,
2005, 2006, 2007,2012, 2015, 2016, 2020 Bronze: 1994, 1996, 1997, 2008, 2009, 2013,
2014, 2017, 2018

 

# P ROSTER TEAMS
29 GK Artur Akhtyamov AK Bars Kazan
1 GK Yaroslav Askarov SKA Saint Petersburg
30 GK Vsevolod Skotnikov CSKA Moscow
7 D Roman Bychkov Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
5 D Daniil Chayka CSKA Moscow
6 D Semyon Chistyakov Avangard Omsk
20 D Kirill Kirsanov SKA Saint Petersburg
3 D Artemiy Knyazev AK Bars Kazan
2 D Yan Kuznetsov University of Connecticut (USA)
17 D Shakir Mukhamadullin Salavat Yulaev Ufa
14 D Yegor Shekhovtsov SKA Saint Petersburg
9 FW Mikhail Abramov Victoriaville Tigres (CAN)
23 FW Yegor Afanasyev CSKA Moscow
27 FW Rodion Amirov Salavat Yulaev Ufa
11 FW Zakhar Bardakov Vityaz Podolsk
25 FW Daniil Bashkirov Salavat Yulaev Ufa
21 FW Yegor Chinakhov Avangard Omsk
10 FW Vladislav Firstov University of Connecticut (USA)
8 FW Arseniy Gritsyuk Avangard Omsk
28 FW Maxim Groshev SKA Saint Petersburg
22 FW Marat Khusnutdinov SKA Saint Petersburg
19 FW Vasily Podkolzin SKA Saint Petersburg
13 FW Vasiliy Ponomaryov Shawinigan Cataractes (CAN)
24 FW Ilya Safonov AK Bars Kazan
18 FW Yegor Spiridonov SKA Saint Petersburg
HC Igor Larionov (12/12/20)

 

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