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2009 U20 World Junior Championships (Canada)
(12/26/2008-01/05/2009)
Playoffs Group
# Team G W WT T LT L GF GA Pts
1 Canada 2 2 0 0 0 0 11 6 6
2 Sweden 2 1 0 0 0 1 6 6 3
3 Russia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Slovakia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Preminary A Group
# Team G W WT T LT L GF GA Pts
1 Canada 4 4 0 0 0 0 35 6 12
2 USA 4 3 0 0 0 1 28 12 9
3 Czech 4 2 0 0 0 2 20 14 6
4 Germany 4 1 0 0 0 3 12 19 3
5 Kazakhstan 4 0 0 0 0 4 2 46 0
Preminary B Group
# Team G W WT T LT L GF GA Pts
1 Sweden 4 4 0 0 0 0 21 3 12
2 Russia 4 3 0 0 0 1 17 9 9
3 Slovakia 4 1 1 0 0 2 12 15 5
4 Finland 4 1 0 1 0 2 10 12 4
5 Latvia 4 0 0 0 0 4 5 26 0
Relegation Group
# Team G W WT T LT L GF GA Pts
1 Finland 3 3 0 0 0 0 15 3 9
2 Latvia 3 2 0 0 0 1 15 7 6
3 Germany 3 1 0 0 0 2 11 10 3
4 Kazakhstan 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 23 0
 
Roster and Statistics
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Player Name Pos. GP G A Pts. PIM +/-
Andronov Sergei RW 7 3 5 8 2 +2
Chernov Pavel C 7 3 2 5 22 0
Chudinov Maxim D 7 0 5 5 6 +4
Dadonov Evgeni RW 7 2 5 7 2 +6
Filatov Nikita LW 8 3 6 9 3
Golovkov Igor D 7 1 1 2 2 +1
Goncharov Maxim D 7 5 1 6 12 +8
Grachev Evgeni C 7 2 3 5 4 +3
Khafizullin Dinar D 2 0 0 0 0 0
Klopov Dmitri D 7 5 2 7 4 +7
Klyukin Nikita C 7 0 8 8 2 +7
Komaristy Alexander C 7 0 2 2 2 +1
Korostin Sergei RW 7 1 1 2 6 +3
Kugryshev Dmitry LW 7 1 1 2 6 +2
Kulikov Dmitry D 7 0 4 4 4 +2
Pashnin Mikhail D 7 0 2 2 0 +6
Petrov Kirill RW 7 0 0 0 4 -1
Potapov Alexei RW 6 0 2 2 0 +1
Tokranov Vasiliy D 7 0 1 1 6 +2
Voinov Vyacheslav D 7 1 3 4 0 +1
Goalie Statistics
Player Name Gp W L T GA GAA SV Min
Alistratov, Daniil 3 2 1 0 7 3.05 0.829 137
Zhelobnyuk, Vadim 5 3 2 0 11 2.26 0.925 292
Tournament Articles
KHL January 13th: Dinamo Moscow edges Ak Bars Kazan in close game ( S.Zinovjev I.Nikulin A.Pervyshin G.Panin S.Vyshedkevich K.Rachunek M.Pestushko D.Zaripov M.Isaev I.Nikulin A.Mukhachev A.Pervyshin A.Emelin V.Buravchikov M.Isaev K.Petrov) (01/18/2009)
January 5th: Trunevís Severstal beats Dinamo Riga (01/06/2009)
WJC 2009: Russia gets to the semi-finals (01/03/2009)
WJC 2009: Russia wins third consecutive match (12/31/2008)
WJC 2009: Russia beats Finland in tournament's second match (12/30/2008)
2009 WJC: Russia beats Latvia in tournamentís opener (12/28/2008)
WJC Roster Announced! (12/26/2008)
2009 WJC: Team Russia preparation matches (12/25/2008)
Semen Varlamov (Washington Capitals): Itís tough without a coach (11/20/2008)
Round 46: Viktor Tikhonov (Phoenix Coyotes) shines (Severstal - Lokomotiv detailed scouting analysis) ( Y.Trubachev I.Tkachenko A.Mikhnov D.Semin V.Anikienko A.Kovalenko A.Yashin A.Galimov S.Varlamov V.Tikhonov M.Chudinov V.Anikienko V.Alexandrov A.Ryabev V.Tikhonov A.Loktionov S.Gimayev A.Gloukhov) (02/06/2008)
Tournament News
01/18/2009 KHL January 13th: Dinamo Moscow edges Ak Bars Kazan in close game

Great match in the marvellous Mega Sport Arena in Moscow as the local Dinamo faced Ak Bars Kazan for an exciting KHL regular season match. A number of prospects have skated in this game for both teams, who had to deal with injuries as Grigory Panin and Sergei Zinovjev (Boston Bruins) (Boston Bruins) have been left out from the lineups because of injuries. Ak Bars' featured their new goalkeeper in net, Fredrik Norrena, while Dinamo iced their starting netminder Vitaly Eremeev. (KHL match scout report by Alessandro Seren Rosso exclusive for russianprospects.com) READ MORE
01/06/2009 Russia tops Slovaks for bronze

Russia beat Slovakia 5-2 as skill trumped desire in the battle for third place on Monday afternoon. It was Russia's second straight World Junior bronze and fifth consecutive medal since 2005. For the surprising Slovaks, a fourth-place finish marks their second-best result of all time after the 1999 bronze medal in Winnipeg. Nikita Filatov (Columbus Blue Jackets) led the way with two goals, and Pavel Chernov , Maxim Goncharov (Phoenix Coyotes) and Dmitri Kugryshev also scored for Russia, which bounced back from a devastating 6-5 semi-final loss to Canada. Martin Stojnach and Tomas Tatar replied for Slovakia. (iihf.com article by Lucas Aykroyd) READ MORE
01/05/2009 Semen Varlamov (Washington Capitals): Itís tough without a coach

Russian national team goalie Semen Varlamov (Washington Capitals) could have left Lokomotiv for NHL even earlier. But a year ago he decided to wait and gain more experience in the Russian league. This season he decided to take the risk. An in depth interview with the young goaltending prospect by Sport Day by Day journalist Dinara Kafiskina and translated by Eugene Belashchenko for RussianProspects.com. READ MORE
04/01/2009 WJC 2009: Russia loses to Canada at the shoot-outs after an amazing match

It took three hours to decide the team who will challenge Sweden in the WJC gold medal match scheduled for Monday. Canada and Russia put on a show who delighted the 19327 spectators of the SBP Centre of Ottawa, Ontario, with great pace and a game that has been always open to any results. But unfortunately a team had to prevail and the shoot out relay awarded Canada who had the huge merit of tying the game up with only five seconds left on the scoreboard, playing with the extra-attacker. Evgeni Grachev was named Russia's player of the match. (Eurohockey.net article by Alessandro Seren Rosso) READ MORE
01/03/2009 WJC 2009: Russia gets to the semi-finals

With a good performance at both ends of the rink and an impressive third period with four goals, Nemchinovís team, defeating 5-1 Czech Republic, earned a bye for the semi-finals of the WJC to be played against the hosts of Canada for what looks like a hard game for the Russian junior team. Nikita Filatov (Columbus Blue Jackets), Vyacheslav Voinov (Los Angeles Kings) and Evgeni Grachev (New York Rangers) had strong performances for team Russia. (Exclusive game report for russianprospects.com by Alessandro Seren Rosso) READ MORE
01/01/2009 Swedish juniors manhandle Russia

OTTAWA -- Sweden earned a berth in the IIHF world junior hockey championship semifinals with a 5-0 win Wednesday over Russia. It was the largest margin of victory for Sweden over Russia at a world junior tournament. In 1993, Sweden beat Russia 5-1 in Sweden. That team, which won silver at the event, included future NHLers Peter Forsberg, Markus Naslund and Kenny Jonsson. "It was difficult to understand," said Russian captain Nikita Filatov (Columbus Blue Jackets). "We had a really bad start. But their goalie played really well and made a lot of good saves." Sweden will face the winner of the Jan. 2 quarter-final between the second-place team in Group A against the third-place team in Group B. Russia will face the Czech Republic in the first quarter-final on Jan. 2. (Ottawa Citizen article) READ MORE
12/31/2008 WJC 2009: Russia wins third consecutive match

In the round-robin's third match of the World Junior Championship Russia obtains yet another win by beating Slovakia with an impressive 8-1 score, taking just 31 shot attempts to put the puck eight times in the opponents' net. Nemchinov decided to swap Alistratov with Vadim Zhelobnyuk , who replied with a very good performance rejecting 26 out of 27 shots thrown against his crease. For the Russians this game seen a trio of players who really displayed good things: Nikita Filatov (Columbus Blue Jackets) scored a hat trick, Maxim Goncharov (Phoenix Coyotes) replied with two goals, Maxim Chudinov posted four assists. (game review by Alessandro Seren Rosso exclusively for russianprospects.com READ MORE
12/30/2008 WJC 2009: Russia beats Finland in tournament's second match

After skating past Latvia in WJC opener, Nemchinov's team did it again against a more quoted team, Finland. But despite the final result, an encouraging 5-2, Russia's performance hasn't been that good as they really got the maximal result with the minimal effort, similarly to what's happened in the game against the Baltics. Nikita Filatov (Columbus Blue Jackets) scored two goals during this match.(Russianprospects.com exclusive article by Alessandro Seren Rosso) READ MORE
12/29/2008 Steroids found in Alexei Cherepanov (New York Rangers)'s system

A report released by a Russian medical body responsible for his autopsy stated that the young player had steroids in Alexei Cherepanov (New York Rangers)'s system during his last game before his untimely and tragic death. The young forward was reported to have a heart condition that was incompatible with strenuous physical activity, but the steroids may have also contributed to him losing consciousness during the game against HC Vityaz and then dying shortly there after. The body did not release what steroid had been found in Cherepanovís system, but that information will likely surface shortly.
12/28/2008 2009 WJC: Russia beats Latvia in tournamentís opener

With the minimal possible effort against such an unassuming team as Latvia, team Russia got the first victory of the tournament with an easy 4-1 score. The final result doesnít tell the whole story though Nemchinovís team effort hasnít been the best they could offer. Daniil Alistratov looked solid between the pipes and concluded the match with only fourteen saves, allowing a late goal to Ozolins that didnít put Russian leadership in danger. Being the goalkeeper not much tested should have drove the match to a bigger gap in terms of scoring, but Enkuzensí forty saves rescued his team from a blow-out defeat. Another good sign for Nemchinov are the only three penalties whistled against his players. Lada Togliattiís Sergei Andronov has been named player of the game for Russia, thanks to his assist to Pavel Chernov ís game winning goal scored halfway through the game. READ MORE
12/26/2008 WJC Roster announced!

Sergei Nemchinov has released Team Russia's final roster for the upcoming World Junior Championships. READ MORE
12/26/2008 Russian officer sacked after death of young ice hockey star

MOSCOW, December 25 (RIA Novosti) - A Russian commanding officer responsible for the well being of one of Russia's brightest hockey stars, who tragically died in October, said on Thursday he had been fired from the Armed Forces for talking to the press. However, an aide to the railway troops' commander said, Col. Oleg Alborov was relieved of his duties on December 18 for failing his performance review. "Alborov did not pass his performance review in 2008. The Omsk Railroad Troops Brigade that he commanded for the past six months had dropped from first to nearly last place in the Urals military units ranking," Col. Vladimir Karpenko said. READ MORE
12/25/2008 2009 WJC: Team Russia preparation matches

Team Russia has skated in two exhibition matches in Canada prior of setting their final roster for the upcoming World Junior Championships to be played in Ottawa, Ontario, from December 26th to January 5th. (Russianprospects.com exclusive report by Alessandro Seren Rosso) READ MORE
12/24/2008 Russia 2009 WJC preview

As tradition dictates, Team Russia will be a top team because of the history and the overall talent. But this year's roster, still surely a team capable of going far, seems a little bit weaker than usual, especially after the tragic loss of the team's leader, Alexei Cherepanov (New York Rangers). (Hockeysfuture.com article by Alessandro Seren Rosso) READ MORE
01/04/2008 Russia edged in shootout by Canada in semis

Jordan Eberle and John Tavares scored for Canada in the shootout, and goalie Dustin Tokarski stopped both Russian shots. Canada blew four leads and then tied the game 5-5 on Eberle's second goal in regulation time with just 5.4 seconds left on the clock and the goalie pulled for a sixth attacker. "It was a phenomenal ending to the third period with the tournament on the line," said Canadian defenceman PK Subban. "Eberle, the smallest guy on our team, came up with the biggest play. We're very fortunate. Our big players stepped up when they had to with time ticking down." (IIHF.com article by Andrew Podnieks) READ MORE
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