Ilya Dubkov

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Ilya Dubkov
Ilya Dubkov.jpg
Born (1972-02-17) February 17, 1972 (age 42)
Moscow, USSR
Height 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Weight 189 lb (86 kg; 13 st 7 lb)
Position Centre
Shoots Left
Eliteserien team
Former teams
Rosenborg Ishockeyklubb
Frederikshavn IK (Danish League)
Playing career 1992–present

Ilya Dubkov (born February 17, 1972) is a Russian ice hockey center forward who has spent most of his career playing in Scandinavian leagues, and is currently the Norwegian team Rosenborg IK's captain.[1]

Playing career[edit]

Ilya Dubkov
Medal record
Ice hockey
1. divisjon
Gold 2009-2010 Rosenborg IK
Eliteserien
Silver 2004-2005 Trondheim IK
Bronze 2003-2004 Trondheim IK
Danish League
Gold 1999-2000 Frederikshavn IK

After a year with the Russian team CSKA Moscow, 21-year old Ilya Dubkov left Russia and moved to Roanoke, Virginia. In Virginia Dubkov played four seasons with Roanoke Express in the ECHL, before getting three appearances with AHL team Hamilton Bulldogs from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

After his debut in the AHL, Dubkov - now 25 - was ready to return to Europe. In the 1997-98 season Dubkov was to play for the Danish team Frederikshavn White Hawks, and 13 years later Dubkov has spent only two seasons away from Scandinavia since. He stayed with the team until 2002, except for one season in Italy and Russia 2000-2001. The highlight of Dubkov's career in Frederikshavn White Hawks, however, was becoming Danish champion with his team in 2000.

After spending the 2002-03 season in Russia with Krylia Sovetov, it was once again time for Dubkov to return to Scandinavian ice hockey. This time it was time for the center to try something new, and Trondheim Black Panthers from Trondheim, Norway became his team for the next four seasons. Here, he experienced success with Trondheim Black Panthers, winning the bronze medal in 2004 and losing the playoff finals the year after. After the team folded in 2008,[2] Dubkov returned to Denmark for another three years. In addition to two more years with Frederikshavn IK he also spent one season with AaB Ishockey in Aalborg.

Meanwhile, another Trondheim team was about to climb to the elite division (Get-ligaen) of Norwegian ice hockey, and at 37 Dubkov returned to Trondheim in 2009 - a town in which he had become a popular player during his four former years there. This time it was time to help Rosenborg Ishockeyklubb - the "baby brother" of the better known football team Rosenborg BK - and after a strong 4-0 win away against Oslo team Grüner on March 14, 2010[3] the goal of being promoted to Get-ligaen was reached.

Career statistics[edit]

[1][4]

    Regular season   Playoffs/Qualifications
Season Team League GP G A Pts +/− PIM GP G A Pts +/− PIM
1992–93 CSKA Moscow IHL 3 0 0 0 4
1993–94 Roanoke Express ECHL 68 25 39 64 +3 88 2 0 0 0 -3 15
1994–95 Roanoke Express ECHL 68 28 47 75 +29 78 8 5 3 8 -3 4
1995–96 Roanoke Express ECHL 69 20 52 72 -4 99 3 1 0 1 +1 2
1996–97 Roanoke Express ECHL 53 25 50 75 +23 44 4 0 3 3 -4 6
1996–97 Hamilton Bulldogs AHL 3 0 1 1 -3 2
1997–98 Frederikshavn White Hawks ABL 43 35 34 69 128
1998–99 Frederikshavn White Hawks ABL 47 50 42 92 72
1999–00 Frederikshavn White Hawks ABL 51 45 45 90 96
2000–01 Sportverein Ritten-Renon Serie A 38 28 26 54 55 3 2 1 3 2
2000–01 CSKA Moscow RML 8 1 1 2 -5 8
2001–02 Frederikshavn White Hawks ABL 48 32 23 55 78
2002–03 Krylia Sovetov 2 RHFL 1 1 0 1 0
2002–03 Krylia Sovetov RSL 14 0 0 0 -3 8
2002–03 Trondheim Black Panthers GET 14 8 11 19 +14 8
2003–04 Trondheim Black Panthers GET 42 32 21 53 +29 70 4 2 2 4 +2 4
2004–05 Trondheim Black Panthers GET 42 27 42 69 +31 52 11 6 7 13 +3 6
2005–06 Trondheim Black Panthers GET 42 20 27 47 -8 48 6 2 6 8 +3 10
2006–07 AaB Ishockey ABL 36 21 20 41 89 17 5 10 15 26
2007–08 Frederikshavn White Hawks ABL 44 9 30 39 84 18 7 11 18 109
2008–09 Frederikshavn White Hawks ABL 44 20 29 49 107
2009–10 Rosenborg Ishockeyklubb NOR2 34 33 61 94 93 6 5 4 9 22
Career totals 799 456 597 1053 +48 1311 83 36 44 80 -9 216

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