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We congratulate Valery Bragin!

31.05.2020
On May 31, head coach of the junior Russian national team, Valery Bragin, celebrates his birthday.

Today, he turned 64 years of age.

Valery won the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship as boss of the national team and has also claimed both silver (2012, 2015, 2016, 2020) and bronze medals (2017, 2019) of the competition in different years.

The Russian Ice Hockey Federation wishes Valery health, happiness and more professional success! Happy birthday!

Bragin Valery Nikolaevich

Born on 31 May 1956 in Sverdlovsk Region

Former Soviet and Russian ice hockey player

Current Russian ice hockey coach

Coaching career:

1997-1999 Khimik Voskresensk
1999-2000 Kristall Saratov
2002-2003 Khimik Voskresensk
2005-2007 Spartak Moscow
2009 Atlant Mytishchi
2003-2004 Russia U18
2010-2012 Russia U20
2012 CSKA Moscow
2013-2014 Second Russian national team
2014-present Russia U20

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