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Russian national team roster for the 2021 Channel One Cup

06.12.2021
The Russian Ice Hockey Federation can now reveal the senior national team's roster for the upcoming Channel One Cup, a tournament which is the second stage of the 2021/2022 Euro Hockey Tour:

Goalkeepers: Ivan Fedotov (CSKA), Timur Bilyalov (Ak Bars), Alexander Samonov (SKA).

Defensemen: Vyacheslav Voynov (Dynamo Moscow), Alexander Elesin, Alexei Marchenko (both Lokomotiv), Artyom Minulin, Yegor Yakovlev (both Metallurg Magnitogorsk), Nikita Nesterov (CSKA), Alexander Nikishin (Spartak), Sergei Telegin (Traktor), Semyon Chistyakov, Damir Sharipzyanov (both Avangard).

Forwards: Dmitry Voronkov, Artyom Galimov (both Ak Bars), Stanislav Galiev, Vadim Shipachyov (both Dynamo Moscow), Mikhail Grigorenko, Pavel Karnaukhov, Sergei Plotnikov, Anton Slepyshev (all CSKA), Arseniy Gritsyuk, Kirill Semyonov, Sergei Tolchinsky (all Avangard), Nikita Gusev, Andrei Kuzmenko, Kirill Marchenko, Ivan Morozov (all SKA), Vladimir Tkachyov (Traktor), Andrei Chibisov (Metallurg Magnitogorsk), Yegor Korshkov (Lokomotiv), Alexander Kadeikin (Salavat Yulaev).

Coaching staff:

Manager of the Russian national team: Ilya Kovalchuk
Head coach: Alexei Zhamnov
Coaches: Alexei Kudashov, Sergei Fyodorov, Sergei Gonchar
Goalkeeping coach: Sergei Naumov
Physical conditioning coaches: Hassan Said, Dmitry Yashankin.

Russia's match schedule:

December 15
18:30*, Russia - Canada

December 16
18:30, Sweden - Russia

December 18
15:30, Russia - Czech Republic

December 19
15:30, Russia - Finland

*All start times in accordance with Moscow time

All of the Russian national team's games will be held at the CSKA Arena in Moscow. You can purchase tickets on the following link.

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