Ceska Poistovna EuroTour Tournament: September 7th, 2002 Russia
Ceska Poistovna EuroTour Tournament: September 5th, 2002Czech Republic
September 4th, 2002Russia vs. Czech Republic 5:2 (1:0, 1:0, 3:2) Goals: Antipov (Gusev), 18 (0:1). Nepriayev (Suglobov), 24 (0:2). Vlasenkov (Malnkykh), 43 (0:3). But (Korolev, Tkachenko), 49 (0:4). Duda (Balashtik, Kukharchik), 50 (1:4). Proshkin (Zinovjev, Korolyuk), 52 (1:5). Mikhalik(Uychik), 59 (2:5).
Prospect Notes: The youth filled Russian National team enjoyed it’s first success. The team soundly defeated the Czech National team in a friendly contest 5:2. Denis Grebeshkov played on the team’s first defensive pairing with experienced former Philadelphia prospect Vladislav Buljin. The team’s fourth line, Perezhogin
Ceska Poistovna EuroTour Tournament:
Goalies Yegor Podomatsky and Oleg Glebov did not accept the invitations to the national team due to injuries. Andrei Kovalnko was also unable to attend for family reasons.
Ceska Poistovna EuroTour Tournament: Russian National team head coach Vladimir Plyuschev released Andrei Vasilijev, Sergei Zhukov, Mikhail and Sergei Sevostyanov from the training camp, narrowing the roster down to the final 23 players, including two goalies.
Ceska Poistovna EuroTour Tournament: The initial invitees for the Russian National Team for have been announced:
Goalies: Oleg Glebov (Soviet Wings), Yegor Podomatsky (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl), Maxim Sokolov (Avangard Omsk), and Andrei Tsarev (Ak Bars Kazan)
Defensemen: Vladislav Buljin, Vladimir Malenkykh (Lada Togliatti), Alexei Vasiliev, Alexei Guskov, Denis Grebeshkov and Sergei Zhukov (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl), Sergei Gusev and Igor Schadilov (Severstal Cherpovets), Alexander Zhdan (Dynamo Moscow), Vitali Proshkin (Ak Bars)
Forwards: Vladimir Antipov, Anton But, Pavel Vorobiev, Dmitri Vlasenkov, Andrei Kovalenko, Ivan Nepriayev, Alexander Suglobov, Ivan Tkachenko (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl) Konstantin Gorovikov (Salavat Yulayev, Ufa), Igor Grigorenko, Mikhail and Sergei Sevostyanov (Lada Togliatti) Sergei Zinovjev, Sergei Korolev and Alexander Korolyuk (Ak Bars Kazan), Alexander Perezhogin (Avangard Omsk)