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2008 U20 World Junior Championships ()
(12/26/2007-2008-01-05)
 
Roster and Statistics
(Please Click on the Column Headings to Sort)
Player Name Pos. GP G A Pts. PIM +/-
Alexandrov Yuri D 7 1 0 1 4 +4
Bodrov Evgeny RW 7 1 3 4 6 +5
Cherepanov Alexei RW 6 3 3 6 2 +3
Chudinov Maxim D 7 0 1 1 0 +4
Dadonov Evgeni RW 7 0 0 0 4 -1
Doronin Pavel D 7 0 2 2 2 +2
Filatov Nikita LW 7 4 5 9 10 +7
Golubtsov Vadim RW 7 1 2 3 2 -2
Gordeev Artem C 7 2 2 4 2 +4
Kalimulin Marat D 7 1 3 4 8 +2
Korolev Anton LW 7 3 1 4 4 +2
Kugryshev Dmitry LW 7 1 3 4 4 +3
Kurbatov Evgeni D 7 2 3 5 6 +1
Mamin Maxim RW 7 0 3 3 6 +1
Milekhin Mikhail RW 7 0 1 1 2 +1
Sayustov Dmitri C 7 1 3 4 6 -1
Seleznev Yakov D 7 1 0 1 8 +1
Tikhonov Viktor RW 7 5 2 7 6 -1
Titov Alexander D 7 1 3 4 6 +4
Voinov Vyacheslav D 7 0 1 1 0 +1
Goalie Statistics
Player Name Gp W L T GA GAA SV Min
Bobrovsky, Sergei 6 4 2 0 15 2.46 0.9185 366
Galimov, Stanislav 1 1 0 0 4 4.00 0.857 60
Tournament Articles
Bronze Medal Game: Russia crashes USA and grabs the third place ( P.Doronin M.Mamin V.Tikhonov V.Golubtsov A.Cherepanov V.Voinov N.Filatov A.Anisimov Y.Alexandrov A.Cherepanov V.Voinov N.Filatov M.Chudinov) (01/24/2008)
2008 WJC semifinals: Russia surrenders to Sweden ( Y.Alexandrov M.Mamin A.Anisimov Y.Seleznev S.Bobrovsky A.Cherepanov V.Voinov N.Filatov M.Chudinov Y.Alexandrov M.Mamin A.Anisimov Y.Seleznev S.Bobrovsky A.Cherepanov V.Voinov N.Filatov M.Chudinov) (01/19/2008)
Russia tops Czech Republic and gets into the semi-finals ( Y.Alexandrov M.Mamin A.Anisimov V.Tikhonov E.Bodrov A.Cherepanov V.Voinov Y.Alexandrov A.Anisimov A.Cherepanov V.Voinov N.Filatov M.Chudinov) (01/17/2008)
2008 WJC: Russia tops Swiss in an opaque performance with a thrilling final ( Y.Alexandrov P.Doronin M.Mamin A.Anisimov Y.Seleznev V.Tikhonov A.Korolev V.Golubtsov E.Bodrov A.Cherepanov E.Dadonov V.Voinov N.Filatov M.Chudinov) (01/16/2008)
2008 WJC: Russia edges Finland 7-4 in WJC opener ( Y.Alexandrov P.Doronin M.Mamin A.Anisimov Y.Seleznev A.Gordeev V.Tikhonov A.Korolev M.Kalimulin V.Golubtsov E.Bodrov E.Dadonov V.Voinov N.Filatov M.Chudinov) (01/14/2008)
U20 Team Russia preliminary roster announced (12/09/2007)
Tournament News
01/24/2008 Bronze Medal: Russia crashes USA and grabs the third place

After the disappointing loss by Sweden’s hand in the semifinals, Russia faces USA for the second time in the tournament. The first time, held during the preliminary round, was won by the Americans with a 3-2 score. The bronze medal game starts off a bit slow, and we have to wait up to the fourth minute to see something worth, and at the first chance Russians get the first goal: after a lost faceoff in the offensive zone. READ MORE
01/19/2008 Russia surrenders to Sweden

After a very good match against Czech Republic in the quarterfinals, Team Russia loses to Sweden the chance to play for the gold, despite a good performance by Cherepanov and Filatov. And at the end, not even this year is good for the gold medal as Russia is beaten to Sweden in the overtime period of the semifinals. READ MORE
01/17/2008 Russia tops Czech Republic and gets into the semi-finals

In the first game of the medal round Russia encounters hosts of Czech Republic and rolls over them with a great second period and a solid overall performance. After the initial shakeout stage, the first chance of the match comes to Kugryshev at the second minute of play after a nice pass by Milekhin. After that a foul by Seleznev puts the home team on numerical superiority, but Czech PP isn’t simply good enough to outplay the Russian PK unit which plays very well, especially with Yuri Alexandrov (Boston Bruins) and Kurbatov... READ MORE
01/16/2008 Russia tops Swiss in opaque performance

After the disappointing loss against USA, Russia challenges Switzerland to advance in the medal round. Nemchinov mixes again a little bit the line putting Cherepanov on the third line with Maxim Mamin and Nikita Filatov . Sergei Bobrovskiy will start again in the net for Russia, while Switzerland must play without their frontman Luca Cunti because of the shaming decision of his NCAA team to don’t release him for the WJC. READ MORE
01/12/2008 Russia edges Finland 7-4 in WJC opener

With a great second period Russia downs Finland without too many troubles, putting seven different scorers on the game sheet. With Cherepanov out with a flu, these are the tonight’s lines for Team Russia:
Tikhonov – Sayustov – Golubtsov – Kalimulin – Kurbatov
Filatov – Anisimov – Dadonov – Seleznev – Doronin
Kugryshev – Bodrov – Gordeev – Alexandrov – Voinov
Milekhin – Mamin – Korolev – Chudinov READ MORE
12/29/2007 Russia survives Kazakhstan scare (5:4 Recap)

LIBEREC, Czech Republic – For the second straight game, Russia’s four-goal second period was their key to victory. The Russians earned their second win at the U20 World Championships with a 5-4 decision against a persistent and plucky Kazakhstan team. Kazakhstan tied the game twice late in the game, but both times the Russians had the quick answer. In the second period, the Kazaks evened the game at three, only to have it erased 40 seconds later. Mikhail Kachulin tied the game at four, but the glory lasted for only 20 seconds as Russia’s Yuri Alexandrov (Boston Bruins) netted the game-winner at 53:30. (IIHF.com article) READ MORE
12/28/2007 Russia rolls in U20 opening game (7:4 win recap)

LIBEREC, Czech Republic – A four-goal second period powered Russia to a 7-4 victory against Finland on the opening day of the U20 World Championship. Russia was without one of the biggest stars of the championship, Alexei Cherepanov (New York Rangers), who is reportedly out ill, but it made little difference as Russia turned in a total team performance with seven different players scoring in the 7-4 win. (IIHF.com article) READ MORE
12/09/2007 U20 Team Russia preliminary roster announced

Team Russia's coaching staff announced the preliminary roster for the U20 World Junior Championships to take place later this month. The most surprising absence is that of Semen Varlamov (Washington Capitals), though there is still a chance he can join the team later in the month. The other interest absence is that of 2008 NHL Entry Draft eligible forward Kiril Petrov, who has been a solid player for HC Kazan. READ MORE
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