HK Mogilev

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HK Mogilev
City Mogilev, Belarus
League Belarusian Extraleague
Founded 2000
Operated 2000–2017
Home arena Mogilev Ice Sports Palace
Head coach Mikhail Klimin
Affiliates HK Mogilev-2
Franchise history
2000–2010 Khimvolokno Mogilev
2010–2017 HK Mogilev
Championships
Regular season titles 0
Belarusian Extraleague 0

HK Mogliev is an ice hockey team in Mogilev, Belarus. The team competes in the Belarusian Extraliga (BXL).

History[edit]

HK Mogilev was formed in 2000 and joined the Belarusian Extraleague in for the 2000–01 season.[1][2] The following season the club changed their name to Khimvolokno Mogilev which they played under from 2001 until 2010.[1] In 2001 Mogilev joined the Eastern European Hockey League Division B league as well as playing in the Belarusian Extraleague.[2] For the 2002–03 season Mogilev was promoted to the Eastern European Hockey League (EEHL) top league and did not compete in the Extraleague for the season.[2] The club returned to the Extraleague for the 2003–04 season and competed in the final EEHL season before the league folded.[2] Mogilev continued to compete in the Belarusian Extraleague until the end of the 2012–13 season.[2] In July 2013 it was announced that the club had declared bankruptcy and would cease to exist.[3] The club also announced that HK Mogilev-2 would continue to compete in the Vysshaya Liga.[3] Later in July, Vladimir Podrebinkin – head of the Mogilev Regional Hockey Federation – announced that the club would continue playing in the Belarusian Extraleague for the 2013–14 season.[4]

Current roster[edit]

Goaltenders
Number Player Date of Birth Glove Place of birth
1 Belarus Nikita Kitayev 1992-11-26 L Mogilev, Belarus
20 Belarus Yevgeni Vladimirovich 1995-09-13 L Mogilev, Belarus
30 Belarus Denis Povarov 1994-05-18 L Mogilev, Belarus
69 Belarus Igor Petrenko 1994-02-27 L Minsk, Belarus
Defensemen
Number Player Date of Birth Shoots Place of birth
10 Belarus Denis Malishevsky 1995-05-27 L Mogilev, Belarus
15 Belarus Alexander Kudryavtsev 1992-06-05 R Mogilev, Belarus
18 Belarus Nikita Kozlov 1993-08-09 R Minsk, Belarus
21 Belarus Yegor Ivanov 1996-06-30 L Mogilev, Belarus
26 Belarus Artyom Maximov 1993-07-22 L Minsk, Belarus
28 Belarus Denis Gribko 1990-06-19 L Minsk, Belarus
32 Belarus Yegor Reut 1994-05-30 L Minsk, Belarus
33 Belarus Alexander Motuzov 1994-05-20 L Mogilev, Belarus
44 Belarus Alexei Sadovik 1990-06-23 L Novopoltsk, Belarus
79 Belarus Pavel Belyai 1994-08-11 R Mogilev, Belarus
- Belarus Vladislav Miroshkin 1995-10-01 L Mogilev, Belarus
Forwards
Number Player Date of Birth Shoots Place of birth
5 Belarus Vladislav Seryakov 1995-09-06 L Mogilev, Belarus
11 Belarus Pavel Stepanov 1991-06-24 L Minsk, Belarus
12 Belarus Alexander Krotov 1997-12-30 R Mogilev, Belarus
13 Belarus Andrei Savchenko 1991-10-26 R Mogilev, Belarus
14 Belarus Alexander Kobus 1991-04-14 L Minsk, Belarus
16 Belarus Artyom Vasko 1992-12-09 R Minsk, Belarus
17 Belarus Alexander Kravtsov 1996-01-30 L Mogilev, Belarus
19 Belarus Alexander Korotkevich 1988-03-03 L Minsk, Belarus
23 Belarus Yegor Smolin 1986-01-06 R Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan
24 Russia Georgi Badalyan 1995-12-18 R Grachyovka, Russia
27 Belarus Denis Drankov 1994-02-28 L Mogilev, Belarus
29 Belarus Alexander Fomin 1990-11-12 R Minsk, Belarus
36 Russia Yuri Lomakin 1995-05-29 R Moscow, Russia
37 Russia Yegor Motygulin 1991-12-21 L Chelyabinsk, Russia
40 Belarus Dmitri Lugakov 1995-02-20 L Krugloe, Belarus
45 Belarus Vitali Valkov 1994-01-04 L Mogilev, Belarus
63 Russia Vladislav Lomakin 1995-05-29 L Moscow, Russia
73 Belarus Sergei Zubarev 1992-08-09 L Mogilev, Belarus
77 Belarus Nikita Somov 1995-05-09 L Mogilev, Belarus
81 Russia Vitali Gorbachev 1985-10-30 R Tynda, Russia
88 Belarus Igor Rustamov 1995-05-26 R Mogilev, Belarus
91 Belarus Alexander Idiatullin 1995-09-01 L Grodno, Belarus

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "HK Mogilev Details". Eurohockey.com. Archived from the original on 2013-07-17. Retrieved 2013-07-17. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "HK Mogilev". Elite Prospects. Archived from the original on 2013-07-17. Retrieved 2013-07-17. 
  3. ^ a b Tuniz, Davide (2013-07-17). "Mogilev bankrupted and ceased to exist". Eurohockey.com. Archived from the original on 2013-07-17. Retrieved 2013-07-17. 
  4. ^ Goroshko, Irina (2013-07-25). "HC Mogilev stays in Belorussian Extra League". Eurohockey.com. Retrieved 2014-01-04. 

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