Ice Hockey Ukraine

Ice Hockey in Ukraine

Ice Hockey in Ukraine is governed by the Ukraine Ice Hockey Federation. Ukraine has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1992. Ukraine Men’s and Junior national team made their International debut in 1962 & 1982 at the Winter Spartakiad Games. Ukraine returned to international play in 1992. The Women national team made their debuts in 1992. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member:
May 6th, 1992

Nickname:
Yellow & Blue

History:
Ukraine Men Official Results

Ukraine Men Unofficial Results

Ukraine Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
April 12th, 1992, 5-1 loss to Kazakhstan
First Unofficial Game Played
March 2nd, 1962, 12-2 loss to Russian Federation (URS)

Longest Official Winning Streak
(11) Apr 9th-Nov 7th, 1998
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(4) Feb 19th-24th, 1986

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(17) Mar 22nd, 1997-Nov 9th, 1998
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(8) Feb 22nd, 1982-Feb 24th, 1986

Longest Official Losing Streak
(11) Feb 10th, 2017-Apr 18th, 2018
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(4) Apr 16th-Nov 10th, 2019

Biggest Official Win
37-2 over Belgium March 13th, 1993
Biggest Unofficial Win 

26-0 over Armenian SSR March 3rd, 1962
Biggest Official Loss
9-0 to Finland May 3rd, 2003
Biggest Unofficial Loss 

12-2 to Russian Federation (URS) Mar 2nd, 1962

ROSTER

GK Bogdan Dyachenko – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)
GK Oleg Petrov – Dnepr Kherson (UKR)
DEF Vladimir Aleksyuk – Bilyy Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
DEF Alexander Alexandrov – HK Kremenchuk (UKR)
DEF Vladislav Gritskikh – HK Kremenchuk (UKR)
DEF Dmitri Ignatenko  – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)
DEF Yuri Silnitsky – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)

DEF  Filipp Pangelov-Yuldashev – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)
DEF Kirill Zhovnir  – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)
FW Sergei Babinets – Bilyy Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
FW Roman Blagoy  — Bilyy Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
FW Timur Hrytsenko – HK Kremenchuk (UKR)
FW Ilya Korenchuk – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)
FW Alexander Kostikov – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)
FW Vitali Lyalka – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)
FW Vadim Mazur – HC Donbass Donetsk (UKR)
FW Ruslan Romaschenko – Dnepr Kherson (UKR)
FW Nazar Ruzhnikov – Bilyy Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
FW Ivan Savchenko – – HK Kremenchuk (UKR)
FW Olexei Vorona – HK Kremenchuk (UKR)
FW Olexei Yanishevsky – Dnepr Kherson (UKR)
HC Sergei Vetter

Updated (12/09/19)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member:
May 6th, 1992

Nickname:
Yellow & Blue
History:
Ukraine Women Official Results

Ukraine Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played 

November 1st,1992 – 3-0 win over Latvia
Longest Official Winning Streak (
4) Jan 13th – Jan 17th, 2018

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(4) Jan 13th – Jan 17th, 2018

Longest Official Losing Streak
(8) Mar 27th, 1993-Mar 31st, 1995

Biggest Official Win
5-1 over Bulgaria January 14th, 2018

Biggest Official Loss
31-0 to Finland October 7th, 1994

ROSTER
GK #25 Viktoria Tkachenko  – PTH Kozice Poznan (POL)
GK #20 Irina Zaichenko – HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
DEF #8 Maria Gromova- HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
DEF#13 Marina Kobchuk  – HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
DEF #6 Nadia Makarenko- HC Panther (UKR)
DEF #4 Vladlen Tarasova – HC Panther (UKR)
DEF #18 Tatyana Tkachenko  – HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
DEF #12 Olena Vensovich – HC Panther UKR)
FW #7 Elizaveta Alipova – HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
FW #19 Yelena Alipova – HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
FW #15 Yulia Dobrovolska –  HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
FW #22 Alika Gadlia – HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
FW #10 Diana Kovtun – Kovtun Diana
FW #16 Inna Kozub – HC Panther (UKR)

FW #3 Elizaveta  Ryabkina – Ukraine (UKR)
FW #24Vladislav  Skaschuk – HC Panther (UKR)
FW #17 Tatyana Slaschova  – HC Panther (UKR)
FW #11 Yelena Tkachuk – Ukraine (UKR)
FW #14 Daria Zimirenko – HC Ukrainochka (UKR)
HC Vadim Radchenko
Updated (01/11/19)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member: May 6th, 1992
Nickname:
Yellow & Blue
History:
Ukraine U20 Official Results

Ukraine U20 Unofficial Results

Ukraine U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played

November 10th, 1992, 20-0 win over Lithuania
First Unofficial Game Played
March 5th, 1982, 6-2 win over Sverdlovsk Oblast (URS)

Longest Official Winning Streak
(9) Sept2nd, 1993-Jan 5th, 1994
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(2) Nov 9th-11th, 2018

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(18) Nov 10th, 1992, Jan 5th, 1994
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(2) Apr 19th-20th, 2006

Longest Official Losing Streak
(7) Nov 11th-De 13th, 2007

Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(4) Apr 10th, 2004-Nov 12th, 2017

Biggest Official Win
20-0 over Lithuania November 10th, 1992
Biggest Unofficial Win
6-2 over HC Kremenchuk November 9th, 2018

Biggest Official Loss
14-1 to Finland  December 30th, 2003
Biggest Unofficial Loss 

9-2 to Latvia All Stars November10th, 2017

ROSTER
GK #1 Artur Ogandzhanyan – Twin City Thunder (USA)
GK #20 Vladislav Hurko – Dnepr Kherson U19 (UKR)
DEF #15 Artur Cholach – New Jersey Jr Titans (USA)
DEF #21 Bogdan Hrytsyuk – Bily Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
DEF #8 Nikita Kruglyakov – Dnepr Kherson U19 (UKR)
DEF #5 Serhi Lohach – Bily Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
DEF #24 Denis Matusevich – Dnepr Kherson U19 (UKR)
DEF #4 Yevhenii Ratushnyi – Gyori Nemak ETO HC (HUN)
DEF #3 Mykhailo Vasilyev – Bilyy Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
FW #12 Yevhenii  Abadzhian – Dynamo Kharkiv (UKR)
FW #32 Denis Arkhypenko – Team Maryland (USA)
FW #13 Vladislav Braha – Dnepr Kherson U19 (UKR)
FW #23 Dmytro Danylenko – South Shore Kings (USA)
FW #14 Feliks Morozov – Baie-Comeau Drakkar (CAN)
FW #19 Hib Krivoshapkin – Ogden Mustangs (USA)
FW #7 Artyom Mateychenko – New Hampshire Avalanche (USA)
FW #16 Yaroslav Panchenko – Bily Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
FW #17 Alexander Peresunko  – Victoriaville Tigres (CAN)
FW #9 Stanislav Sadovikov – Dnepr Kherson U19 (UKR)
FW #11 Bogdan Serednitsky – Bilyy Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
FW #10 Alexei Sirotenko – Dallas Snipers (USA)
FW #18 Artem Tselohorodtsev – Dnepr Kherson U19 (UKR)

HC Oleg Ignatyev
Updated (12/11/19)

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