Nomad Astana

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Nomad Astana
Nomad Astana Logo.png
City Astana, Kazakhstan
League Kazakhstan Hockey Championship
Founded 2007
Home arena Kazakhstan Sports Palace
Colours                    
Owner(s) Kazakhstan Temir Zholy
(Askar Mamin, chairman)
Head coach Yuri Mikhailis
Affiliate(s) Barys Astana (KHL)
Snezhnye Barsy (MHL)
Website www.hcbarys.kz

Nomad Hockey Club (Kazakh: Nomad Hokkej Kluby), commonly referred to as Nomad Astana,[1][2] is a farm team of the Barys Astana of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). Founded in 2007 as Barys Astana–2, the team changed its name to Nomad Astana in 2013.[3] They play in the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship, the top level of ice hockey in Kazakhstan.

History[edit]

The team formed in 2007 to play in the Pervaya Liga. They finished in 14th place in the Ural–Western Siberia Zone. Next season, they joined the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship. Squaded by junior players, they finished in last place in their first season of play. Next season, they qualified for the playoffs for the first time. Strengthened by players from the Barys Astana, they reached finals. However they lost to Beibarys Atyrau in four games in series.

Season-by-season record[edit]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTW = Overtime/Shootout Wins, OTL = Overtime/Shootout Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

Season GP W L OTW OTL Pts GF GA Finish Playoffs
2009–10 56 4 46 5 1 23 92 329 8th Did not qualify
2010–11 54 24 20 5 5 87 177 191 4th Lost in Finals, 0–4 (Beibarys Atyrau)
2011–12 54 6 46 0 2 20 98 297 9th Did not qualify
2012–13 54 21 25 4 4 75 151 164 7th Lost in Quarterfinals, 1–4 (Yertis Pavlodar)
2013–14 54 22 23 5 4 80 159 158 5th Lost in Quarterfinals, 2–4 (Arystan Temirtau)
2014–15 54 18 25 3 8 68 151 160 7th Lost in Quarterfinals, 3–4 (Gornyak Rudny)

Current roster[edit]

Goaltenders
Number Player Glove Date of Birth
32 Kazakhstan Dmitri Malgin L 28 Jul 1987
82 Russia Vladimir Kramar L 14 Apr 1993
90 Russia Viktor Kornyakov L 9 Jun 1996
Defensemen
Number Player Shoots Date of Birth
4 Russia Yegor Shalapov R 27 Jan 1995
5 Russia Alexander Dolgushev L 19 Jan 1995
25 Kazakhstan Damir Ryspayev R 25 Apr 1995
37 Kazakhstan Georgi Dulnev L 25 Mar 1991
51 Kazakhstan Madiar Ibraibekov L 4 Sep 1995
52 Russia Roman Rachinski L 10 Mar 1995
69 Russia Nikita Kleshenko L 15 Dec 1996
70 Kazakhstan Vladimir Grebenshikov L 14 Aug 1992
79 Russia Alexander Pelevin R 15 Feb 1996
85 Russia Alexei Maklyukov L 19 Sep 1993
87 Kazakhstan Artemi Lakiza L 2 Jul 1987
89 Russia Sergei Yegorov L 7 Aug 1989
Forwards
Number Player Shoots Date of Birth
7 Kazakhstan Nurlan Kabiev R 28 Mar 1994
8 Kazakhstan Ilya Kovzalov L 15 Jul 1988
9 Russia Valeri Gurin L 29 Dec 1996
10 Kazakhstan Nikita Mikhailis R 18 Jun 1995
12 Kazakhstan Nursultan Belgibayev L 3 Aug 1991
13 Kazakhstan Dmitri Makeyev L 2 Dec 1997
16 Kazakhstan Yaroslav Yevdokimov L 18 Sep 1993
17 Kazakhstan Dmitri Presnov L 4 Sep 1996
22 Kazakhstan Vladislav Nikulin R 10 Nov 1994
23 Russia Yegor Petukhov L 28 Feb 1994
27 Russia Anton Nekryach L 7 Apr 1995
28 Kazakhstan Ivan Vereshagin L 25 Jun 1999
29 Kazakhstan Dmitri Grents R 10 Jun 1996
53 Kazakhstan Vladimir Markelov R 31 Aug 1987
55 Russia Pavel Zhdakhin R 18 Feb 1996
68 Russia Dmitri Gurkov L 3 Jun 1996
76 Russia Andrei Yakovlev L 7 Jun 1994
84 Kazakhstan Kirill Savitski L 9 Mar 1995
88 Kazakhstan Anton Sagadeyev L 6 Sep 1993
96 Kazakhstan Alikhan Asetov L 26 Aug 1996

Achievements[edit]

Kazakhstan Hockey Championship:

IIHF Continental Cup:

Head coaches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nomad Astana profile". EliteProspects.com. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Nomad Astana profile". EuroHockey.com. Retrieved January 3, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Come up the logo for the team" (in Russian). Barys Astana. May 20, 2013. Archived from the original on January 4, 2014. Retrieved May 20, 2013. 

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