2010 Kontinental Hockey League All-Star Game

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2010 KHL All-Star Game
1 2 3 Total
Team Jágr 4 3 4 11
Team Yashin 1 5 2 8
Date 30 January 2010
Arena Minsk-Arena
City Minsk, Belarus
Attendance 15,000
← 2009 2011 →

The 2010 Kontinental Hockey League All-Star Game was the All-Star game for the 2009–10 Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) season. It took place on 30 January 2010, at the new Minsk-Arena in Minsk, Belarus. As in the previous year, Team Jágr won against Team Yashin, this time with a score of 11–8.[1]

Nominations[edit]

As in the previous year, the format for the game was "Team Yashin" (Russia) vs. "Team Jágr" (World). The teams were named after players who are highly recognized in the sport worldwide and in particular in their respective countries. The participating players were nominated by the public, by the media, and by the KHL.

Skills Competition Winners[edit]

Rosters[edit]

Team Jágr (World) Team Yashin (Russia)
Coach: United States Barry Smith (SKA Saint Petersburg) Flag of Yaroslavl Oblast.png Andrei Khomutov (Dynamo Moscow)
Assistant Coaches: Finland Kari Heikkilä (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl)
Czech Republic Miloš Říha (Spartak Moscow)
Flag of Chelyabinsk Oblast.svg Vyacheslav Bykov (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)
Flag of Bryansk Oblast.svg Igor Zakharkin (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)
Starters:

Slovakia 81 – F Marcel Hossa (Dinamo Riga)
Sweden 80 – F Mattias Weinhandl (Dynamo Moscow)
Slovakia 92 – F Branko Radivojevič (Spartak Moscow)
Canada 38 – D Kevin Dallman (Barys Astana)
Latvia 08 – D Sandis Ozoliņš (Dinamo Riga)
Finland 31 – G Karri Rämö (Avangard Omsk)

Saint Petersburg 33 – F Maxim Sushinsky (SKA Saint Petersburg)
Flag of Sverdlovsk Oblast.svg 25 – F Alexander Radulov (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)
Moscow 95 – F Aleksey Morozov (Ak Bars Kazan)
Moscow 56 – D Sergei Zubov (SKA Saint Petersburg)
Moscow 05 – D Ilya Nikulin (Ak Bars Kazan)
Flag of Chelyabinsk Oblast.svg 20 – G Georgi Gelashvili (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl)

Reserves:

Czech Republic 68 – F Jaromír Jágr (Avangard Omsk) (C)
Norway 41 – F Patrick Thoresen (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)
Czech Republic 63 – F Josef Vašíček (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl)
Canada 17 – F Chris Simon (Vityaz Chekhov)
Czech Republic 26 – F Jiří Hudler (Dynamo Moscow)
Finland 18 – F Ville Peltonen (Dynamo Minsk)
Slovakia 15 – F Jozef Stümpel (Barys Astana)
Slovakia 77 – D Martin Štrbák (HC MVD)
Finland 06 – D Lasse Kukkonen (Avangard Omsk)
Czech Republic 04 – D Karel Rachůnek (Dynamo Moscow)
Canada 16 – D Jeff Platt (Dynamo Minsk)
Canada 34 – G Michael Garnett (HC MVD)

Flag of Sverdlovsk Oblast.svg 19 – F Alexei Yashin (SKA Saint Petersburg) (C)
Flag of Chelyabinsk Oblast.svg 25 – F Danis Zaripov (Ak Bars Kazan)
Coat of Arms of Pskov.png 18 – F Sergei Fedorov (Metallurg Magnitogorsk)
Flag of Yaroslavl Oblast.png 10 – F Sergei Mozyakin (Atlant Moscow)
Flag of Kemerovo oblast.svg 42 – F Sergei Zinovjev (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)
Flag of Yaroslavl Oblast.png 16 – F Denis Parshin (CSKA Moscow)
Flag of Moscow Oblast.png 23 – F Alexei Tereschenko (Ak Bars Kazan)
Flag of Chelyabinsk Oblast.svg 79 – D Dmitri Kalinin (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)
Ukraine 78 – D Anton Babchuk (Avangard Omsk)
Moscow 22 – D Konstantin Korneyev (CSKA Moscow)
Flag of Penza Oblast.png 27 – D Vitaly Atyushov (Metallurg Magnitogorsk)
Belarus 31 – G Andrei Mezin (Dynamo Minsk)

*International player's flags indicate nation of origin whereas Russian born player's flags indicate the Federal subject of origin

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "No revenge for Yashin". KHL.ru. 2010-01-30. 

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