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2010 Sr. World Championships (Germany)
Tournament Articles
Dmitry Kulikov: I never regret to have left Lokomotiv (05/16/2010)
Tournament News
11/14/2010 Ragged defending blamed as Russia lose to Sweden

Russia’s new-look hockey team went down to a narrow 3-2 defeat to Sweden in the second match of the Kubok Karjala – despite another clean sheet for goalkeeper Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning). The Severstal stopper played for the whole of Thursday’s 1-0 win over Finland, and replaced Mikhail Biryukov between the pipes midway through Saturday’s game. By that time it was already 3-2, and Koshechkin’s second solid display of the tournament could not help his team find a way through a strong Swedish defence.(Moscow Times article by Andy Potts) READ MORE
05/16/2010 Dmitry Kulikov: I never regret to have left Lokomotiv

In this interview by Dinara Kafiskina, Dmitry Kulikov (Florida Panthers) (Florida Panthers) talks about the World Championship in Germany, about his season with Florida and about life in North America. ( interview by Dinara Kafiskina translated by Alessandro Seren Rosso) READ MORE
05/03/2010 Lisin and Kulyash among 5 Russians cut from the World Championships squad

Enver Lisin (New York Rangers) was one of the 5 players cut from the World Championships. It is unclear for the the motives, since he performed wel for Russia, despite few points. At times Lisin was one of the more noticeable players on the ice, driving towards the net and creating a lot of offense for the Russian squad. The other players cut was the Russia "czar cannon" Denis Kulyash (Nashville Predators) who has had a nother sub-par season in Russia, former NHLer Oleg Saprykin (Ottawa Senators), and Evgeny Ryasensky and youngster Vladimir Tarasenko.
16/04/2010 Prospects make Russian National Team

Many prospects made the roster for the two friendly matches Team Russia will play in Italy on April 23rd and 24th. Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning), Anton Khudobin (Minnesota Wild) and Sergei Bobrovsky are the goalies, with Khudobin most likely as starter. On the blue line Dmitry Kulikov (Florida Panthers) will make his first appearence, and will be joined by Vitaly Atyushov, Konstantin Korneev (Montreal Canadiens), Denis Kulyash (Nashville Predators), Evgeny Biryukov, Denis Denisov (Buffalo Sabres), Dmitri Vorobiev (Toronto Maple Leafs), Evgeny Ryasensky and Nikolai Belov. The forwards corps will be led by NHLers Maxim Afinogenov (Buffalo Sabres), Evgeny Artyukhin (Atlanta Thrashers), Artem Anisimov (New York Rangers) and Nikolai Kulemin (Toronto Maple Leafs). First call for Vladimir Tarasenko and Nikita Filatov (Columbus Blue Jackets). Other players are Konstantin Gorovikov, Denis Parshin (Colorado Avalanche), Maxim Rybin , Evgeny Skachkov (St. Louis Blues), Anton Krysanov (Phoenix Coyotes), Mikhail Varnakov , Alexander Svitov (Columbus Blue Jackets) and Oleg Saprykin (Ottawa Senators).
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