PSK Sakhalin

PSK Sakhalin (Russian: ПСК «Сахалин», formerly known as HK Sakhalin or the Sakhalin Sea Lions) is an ice hockey team based in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Oblast, Russia. The team has played in the Asia League Ice Hockey since the 2014–15 season.[1]

PSK Sakhalin
CityYuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin Oblast, Russia
LeagueAsia League Ice Hockey
(2014–present)
Founded2013 (2013)
Home arenaIce Palace Kristall
ColoursBlue, white
Head coachSergei Vostrikov
WebsiteOfficial website
Home colours
Away colours

Honours

Regular season winners (1): 2017–18
Championship winners (1): 2018–19

Current roster

As of 14 March 2019[2]

Goaltenders
# Country Player Catches Acquired Birthplace
30 Andrei Stelmakh L 2016 Khabarovsk, Soviet Union
31 Alexander Kozubenko L 2017 Angarsk, Soviet Union
33 Vladislav Nasonov L 2018 Khabarovsk, Russia
39 Denis Korovaev L 2018 Cherepovets, Soviet Union
Defencemen
# Country Player Shoots Acquired Birthplace
3 Kirill Gromov L 2014 Khabarovsk, Soviet Union
5 Mikhail Patrikeev L 2018 Moscow, Russia
8 Vladimir Loginov L 2017 Odintsovo, Soviet Union
11 Yuri Kozlovsky L 2018 Moscow, Russia
12 Nikolai Bogomolov L 2018 Moscow, Soviet Union
13 Fedor Khrapak R 2014 Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Soviet Union
16 Roman Alekseev L 2014 Ufa, Soviet Union
20 Timur Taratunin L 2018 Orenburg, Russia
44 Dmitry Fakhrutdinov L 2014 Yaroslavl, Soviet Union
54 Dmitry Samarin R 2018 Elektrostal, Soviet Union
83 Vitaly Zotov R 2018 Saint Petersburg, Russia
87 Ivan Gruzdev L 2018 Sergiyev Posad, Soviet Union
88 Valery Zhukov L 2018 Nizhny Novgorod, Soviet Union
92 Ayrat Badegyev L 2018 Neftekamsk, Russia
Forwards
# Country Player Position Shoots Acquired Birthplace
7 Nazir Gichibekov F L 2018 Moscow, Russia
10 Artyom Leonov LW 2017 Omsk, Russia
17 Denis Kovalev C L 2017 Russia
22 Egor Sinelyov W/C L 2018 Tolyatti, Soviet Union
27 Nikita Lyubishkin F L 2018 Orenburg, Russia
55 Vitaly Zatsepilin F R 2016 Moscow, Russia
59 Nikita Sirotkin RW L 2018 Moscow, Russia
69 Nikolai Stolyarenko F L 2018 Angarsk, Soviet Union
71 Filipp Savchenko F R 2018 Yekaterinburg, Soviet Union
75 Andrey Golyshev RW L 2014 Nizhny Novgorod, Soviet Union
77 Alexander Petrov F R 2018 Surgut, Russia
79 Mikhail Klimchuk LW L 2017 Khabarovsk, Soviet Union
81 Roman Kopienko F R 2018 Khabarovsk, Russia
91 Artem Sursov C L 2018 Perm, Soviet Union
95 Alexey Eremin LW L 2014 Novokuznetsk, Soviet Union
97 Maxim Yushkov RW R 2018 Cherepovets, Soviet Union

References

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