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: (7) December 28th, 1996-May 5th, 2022
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (22) April 9th, 2008-December 21st, 2008
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (7) December 28th, 1996-May 5th, 2022
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, 2022 Bronze: 2002

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
1GKMaxim DorozhkoHC Vityaz
2GKIlya KonovalovDynamo Moscow
3GKNikita SerebryakovAdmiral Vladivostok
4DSemyon ChistyakovAvangard Omsk
5DGrigori DronovMetallurg Magnitogorsk
6DShakir MukhamadullinSalavat Yulaev Ufa
7D Nikita NesterovCSKA Moscow
8DAlexander Nikishin SKA St. Petersburg
9DVladislav ProvolnevCSKA Moscow
10DYegor SavikovSpartak Moscow
11DSergei TeleginRed Eagles Hokkaido
12DYegor YakovlevMetallurg Magnitogorsk
13DAlexander YelesinLokomotiv Yaroslavl
14FWMaxim DzhioshviliDynamo Moscow
15FW Anatoli GolyshevAvtomobilist Yekaterinburg
16FWArseni GritsyukAvangard Omsk
17FWAlexander KadeikinSalavat Yulaev Ufa
18FW  Pavel KarnaukhovCSKA Moscow
19FWArtur KayumovLokomotiv Yaroslavl
20FWMarat Khairullin SKA St. Petersburg
21FW Nikolai KovalenkoTorpedo Nizhny Novgorod
22FWMaxim MaminCSKA Moscow
23FWKonstantin OkulovCSKA Moscow
24FWDmitri Rashevsky HC Nikkō Ice Bucks
25FW Ilya SafonovAK Bars Kazan
26FWKirill SemenovAK Bars Kazan
27FWVladimir A. TkachyovTraktor Chelyabinsk
28FWVladimir E. TkachyovAvangard Omsk
29FWMikhail Vorobyov SKA St. Petersburg
30FWDmitri VoronkovAK Bars Kazan
 HCAlexei Zhamnov(12/07/22)

 

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

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
1GKDaria GredzenBiryusa Krasnoyarsk
2GKValeria Merkusheva Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
3GKMilena Tretyak Belye Medveditsy
4DAlexandra BudanovaBiryusa Krasnoyarsk
5DLiana GaneevaDynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
6D Angelina Goncharenko Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
7D Maria PechnikovaAgidel Ufa
8DNina PirogovaBiryusa Krasnoyarsk
9D Yelena ProvorovaTornado Dmitrov
10D Anna SavoninaTornado Dmitrov
11DAnna ShibanovaAgidel Ufa
12FWPolina BolgarevaDynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
13FWOksana BratishchevaDynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
14FWYekaterina DobrodeevaBiryusa Krasnoyarsk
15FWLandysh Falyakhova Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
16FWFanuza KadirovaDynamo-Neva St. Petersburg
17FWVeronika KorzhakovaAgidel Ufa
18FWViktoria Kulishova Belye Medveditsy
19FWPolina LuchnikovaAgidel Ufa
20FWIlona MarkovaAgidel Ufa
21FWOksana MitrofanovaBiryusa Krasnoyarsk
22FWAlexandra NesterovaTornado Dmitrov
23FWYelizaveta RodnovaAgidel Ufa
24FWAnna Shokhina Tornado Dmitrov
15FWAlena Starovoitova Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
HCAlexander Zybin(11/03/22)

 

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

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
1GKSergei IvanovSKA-1946 St. Petersburg
2GK Ilya Nabokov Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk
3GK Sergei Murashov Loko Yaroslavl
4DVsevolod AlmetkinAK Bars Kazan
5DArtyom Barabosha Krasnaya Armiya Moskva
6DMikhail BerezovskySKA-1946 St. Petersburg
7DArseni KoromyslovSKA St. Petersburg
8DYaroslav Busygin Vityazi Chekhov
9DArseni VarlakovYugra Khanty-Mansiysk
10DSemyon Ibragimov Kapitan Stupino
11D Bogdan Krokhalev Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk
12DAlexander FigurinOmskie Yastreby
13DYaroslav TsulyginTolpar Ufa
14FWDmitri BuchelnikovSKA-1946 St. Petersburg
15FWDaniil LazutinSKA-1946 St. Petersburg
16FWDavid MamaladzeSKA Neva St. Petersburg
17FWMatvei MichkovSkA Neva St. Petersburg
18FWGrigory OsipovSKA-1946 St. Petersburg
19FWDmitri Katelevsky AK Bars Kazan
20FWIvan Mekhovov AK Bars Kazan
21FWIlya Kvochko Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk
22FWIvan Klimovich Sibirskie Snaipery Novosibirsk
23FWAlexander PerevalovKunlun Red Star (CHN)
24FWFedor SvechkovSpatak Moscow
25FWGerman TochilkinSpatak Moscow
26FWNikita ChibrikovSpatak Moscow
27FWSemyon Sinyatkin Dynamo St. Petersburg
28FW Stanislav Yarovoy Vityazi Chekhov
HCVladimir Filatov (10/27/22)

 

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