Russian roster announced for ADT Canada-Russia Challenge

By League Press Release

The Canadian Hockey League today announced the Russian Selects roster that will compete in the 2007 ADT Canada Russia Challenge beginning Monday in Chicoutimi, Quebec.

Russian Selects Roster
# Name DOB Pos Club
35 Gayduchenko Sergey 06.06.89 G Metallurg Novokuzn
1 Galimov Stanislav 12.02.88 G Ak Bars, Kazan

2 Doronin Pavel 21.08.88 LD Salavat Yulaev, Ufa
5 Zhukov Valery 08.02.88 LD Torpedo, N. Novgorod
8 Kurbatov Evgeny 18.05.88 LD Avangard, Omsk
3 Grishin Alexey 28.09.88 RD Vitjaz Chekhov
6 Kalimulin Marat 12.08.88 RD Lada, Togliatti
20 Seleznev Jakov 04.08.89 LD Neftyanik, Almetevsk
4 Lukjanchikov Nikolay23.05.89 LD Khimik, Moscow reg.
23 Kolesnikov Andrey 26.02.89 RD Neftyanik, Leninogorsk

24 Vasyunov Alexander 22.04.88 LW Lokomotiv Yaroslv
14 Ryabev Alexander 24.08.88 RW Lokomotiv Yaroslv
15 Mamin Maxim 17.05.88 C Metallurg Magnit.
18 Sayustov Dmitry 13.02.88 LW Torpedo, N. Novgorod
11 Golubtsov Vadim 02.01.88 RW Amur, Khabarovsk
17 Fakhrutdinov Marat 27.11.88 LW Neftekhimik, Nizhnek
16 Polukhin Alexander 19.12.88 LW Dynamo, Moscow
12 Gordeev Artem 15.09.88 LW Salavat Yulaev, Ufa
22 Korolev Anton 26.01.88 C Neftyanik, Leninogorsk
26 Milekhin Mikail 02.11.88 LW Neftyanik, Leninogorsk
9 Okhlobystin Nikolay 13.03.88 C Khimik, Moscow reg.
7 Solodukhin Yacheslav 31.07.88 LW SKA, St. Peterburg
28 Klyukin Nikita 10.11.89 C Lokomotiv Yaroslv
19 Dostoinov Alexei 03.08.89 LW Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
10 Karamnov Vitali 08.08.89 RW Everett Silvertips (WHL)

Staff

General Manager – Kochetkov Alexey
Head Coach – Nemchinov Sergey
Ass’t Coach – Popov Vladimir
Ass’t Coach – Shtalenkov Mikhail
Equipment Manager – Papkov Igor
Doctor – Borodin Alexander
Physiotherapist – Belyakov Vladimir

The ADT Canada Russia Challenge will also be an integral part of the identification process for both Russia and Canada’s National Junior Team final selection camp. Canada and Russia have met in the last three World Junior gold medal games with Canada winning all three contests.

All six games of the ADT Canada-Russia Challenge will be broadcast nationally on Rogers Sportsnet and the two QMJHL-hosted games will be broadcast live in Quebec on RDS.

The 2007 ADT Canada Russia Challenge is supported by CHL associate sponsors RBK, Boston Pizza and Bank of Montreal.

2007 ADT Canada-Russia Challenge – Schedule of Games
Game 1 – Monday, November 19 at Chicoutimi, QC
Game 2 – Wednesday, November 21 at Gatineau, QC
Game 3 – Thursday, November 22 at Kitchener, ON
Game 4 – Monday, November 26 at Sudbury, ON
Game 5 – Wednesday, November 28 at Cranbrook, BC
Game 6 – Thursday, November 29 at Medicine Hat, AB

Follow the results and news online at adtcanadarussiachallenge.com.