Belarus Ice Hockey

Ice Hockey in Belarus

Ice Hockey in Belarus is governed by Belarusian Ice Hockey Association. Belarus has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1992. Belarus Men’s national team made their International debut in 1962 at the Winter Spartakiad Games. Belarus returned to international play in 1992, while the Junior team made it’s debut in 1992. This page shows the history of the Men’s and Junior national teams.

Men’s National Team

IIHF Member May 6th, 1992
Homepage Belarusian Ice Hockey Association
Facebook Belarusian Ice Hockey Association
Nickname The Bisons
Games Played 482
Wins 239 Losses 218 Ties 25
Longest Winning Streak (10) Sept 7th, 2003-Feb 8th, 2004
Longest Unbeaten Streak (10 Sept 7th, 2003-Feb 8th, 2004
Longest Losing Streak (8) Feb 13th-24th, 1998
Home Games 95 Away Games 387
Goals For 1486 Goals Against 1340
Most Games Alexei Kalyuzhny (171) Most Points Alexei Kalyuzhny (134)
First Game Played March 2nd, 1962 – 4-3 win over Estonian SSR
Biggest Win 21-1 over Lithuania August 30th, 1996
Biggest Loss 11-2 to Canada March 19th, 1998
Belarus vs Others
Games Played 46
Wins 21 Losses 21 Ties 4
Home Games 7 Away Games 39
Goals For 179 Goals Against 189
Click here for Belarus Men All Time Results

GK Mikhail Karnaukhov – HC Dynamo Minsk (BLR)
GK Alexander Osipkov – HC Dynamo Minsk (BLR)
DEF Andrei Antonov – Yunost Minsk (BLR)
Daniil Bokun – Shakhter Soligorsk (BLR)
DEF Roman Dostanko – Shakhter Soligorsk (BLR)
DEF Kirill Gotovets – HC Dynamo Minsk (BLR)
DEF Mikhail Khoromando – Neman Grodno  (BLR)
DEF Nikita Kryskin – Neman Grodno (BLR)
DEF Nikita Ustinenko – Molot-Prikamie Perm (RUS)
DEF Pavel Vorobey – Sibir Novosibirsk (RUS)
FW Andrei Belevich – Dinamo-Molodechno (BLR)
FW Pavel Boyarchuk – Nerman Grodno (BLR)
FW Viktor Bovbel – Shakhter Soligorsk (BLR)
FW Artyom Demkov – Shakhter Soligorsk (BLR)
FW Ivan Drozdov – Dynamo Minsk (BLR)
FW Nikita Feoktistov – Admiral Vladivostok (RUS)
FW Artur Gavrus – Dinamo-Molodechno (BLR)
FW Artyom Kisly – Nerman Grodno (BLR)
FW Ilya Litvinov – Dynamo Minsk (BLR)
FW Alexander Malyavko – Nerman Grodno (BLR)

FW Sergei Malyavko – Nerman Grodno (BLR)
FW Maxim Parfeyevets – Yunost Minsk (BLR)
FW Pavel Razvadovsky – Yunost Minsk (BLR)
FW Mikhail Stefanovich – Yunost Minsk (BLR)
FW Viktor Turkin – Shakhter Soligorsk (BLR)

HC Sergei Pushkov
Updated (12/11/18)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member May 6th, 1992
Homepage Belarusian Ice Hockey Association
Facebook Belarusian Ice Hockey Association
Games Played 215
Wins 120 Losses 87 Ties 8
Longest Winning Streak (9) 2007
Longest Unbeaten Streak (9) 2007
Longest Losing Streak (8) 2017-2018
Home Games 34 Away Games 181
Goals For 824 Goals Against 656
Most Games Andrei Kostitsyn (28) Most Points Dmitri Ambrozheichik (26)
First Game Played November 10th,1992 – 4-0 loss to Kazakhstan
Biggest Win 24-1 over Uzbek SSR April 3rd, 1982
Biggest Loss 14-0 to United States December 20th, 2017
Belarus vs Others
Games Played 42
Wins 19 Losses 23 Ties 0
Home Games 15 Away Games 27
Goals For 163 Goals Against 161
Click here for  Belarus U20 All Time Results

GK #1 Andrei Grischenko – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
GK #25 Nikita Tolopilo – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
DEF #15 Dmitri Deryabin – Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USA)
DEF #16 Vladislav Garbus – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)

DEF #22 Sergei Sapego – Prince Albert Raiders  (CAN)
DEF #4 Dmitri Savritsky – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
DEF #2 Vadim Shchyochin – Yunior Minsk (BLR)
DEF #3 Ilya Solovyov – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
DEF #6 Vladislav Yeryomenko Calgary Hitmen (CAN)
DEF #13 Nikita Zuyev – Mississauga Steelheads (CAN)
FW #9 Vladimir Alistrov – Edmonton Oil Kings (CAN)

FW #18 Artyom Anosov – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
FW #21 Pavel Azhgirei – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
FW #19 Artyom BaltrukTeam Belarus U20 (BLR)
FW #7 Ivan Drozdov- Dynamo MInsk (BLR)
FW #8 Vasili Filyayev – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
FW #11 Igor Martynov Victoria Royals (CAN)

FW #14 Yevgeni Oksentyuk – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
FW #23 Andrei Pavlenko – Edmonton Oil Kings (CAN)

FW #10 Zakhar Polishchuk – Team Belarus U20 (BLR)
FW #12 Alexei Protas – Prince Albert Raiders (CAN)
FW #24 Maxim Sushko – Owen Sound Attack (CAN)

HC Dmitry Kravchenko
Updated (12/07/18)