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Salavat Yulaev Ufa

Salavat Yulaev Ufa
2013–14 Salavat Yulaev Ufa season
Full name Salavat Yulaev Ufa
Founded 1961
Based in Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russia
Arena Ufa Arena
(capacity: 8,250)
League

KHL
2008-present

Division Chernyshev
Conference Eastern
Uniform KHL Jersey 2008-09KHL Jersey 2008-09
Team colors               
GM Oleg Gross
Head coach Vladimir Yurzinov Jr.
Captain Denis Khlystov
Affiliates Toros Neftekamsk (VHL)
Tolpar Ufa (MHL)
Website www.hcsalavat.ru

Salavat Yulaev (Russian: Салават Юлаев, Bashkir: Салауат Юлаев) is a professional ice hockey team based in Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan, a federal subject of the Russian Federation. They are members of the Chernyshev Division of the Kontinental Hockey League.

History

The club is named after Salavat Yulaev, a national hero of Bashkortostan. After years of competing in the low-level divisions the team was invited to the second level of the Soviet League "Class A" in 1964 subsequently getting promotion to the elite group for the 1978-1979, 1980-81, 1982-83, 1985-1986 and 1986-1987 seasons. But it wasn't until the rise of pro hockey in post-Soviet Russia that Salavat became a recognizable major club.

Salavat Yulaev was one of the founding clubs of the International Hockey League and later the Russian Superleague normally advancing to playoff stages since the first seasons. The club reached its first Russian championship semifinals in 1996-97 and eventually won its first Champion title in 2007-08 beating Lokomotiv Yaroslavl by three matches to two.

Salavat Yulaev Ufa has played in 77 international games against clubs from Bulgaria, Denmark, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Finland, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, Switzerland, Sweden (with a record of 67 victories, 5 ties and 5 defeats). Its first international game was played on December 30, 1961 in Ufa with Wismuth (GDR).

Recent History

On July 11, 2008, Salavat signed NHL rising star Alexander Radulov. On June 9, 2009, a press release was issued, stating that Viktor Kozlov had signed a three-year contract to return to Russia.[1] The club has also signed Norwegian forward Patrick Thoresen for 2009–10 and 2010–11 seasons.

Salavat Yulaev marked its first years in the KHL by winning first two regular seasons and becoming the first club to be awarded with the Continental Cup. Next season the team advanced to the final with Atlant winning their first Gagarin Cup.

Honors

Champions

1st Gagarin Cup (1): 2011
1st KHL Regular Season / Continental Cup (2): 2009, 2010
1st Russian Superleague (1): 2008
1st Russian Superleague Regular Season (1): 2008
1st Federation Cup (1): 1995
1st Soviet League Class A2 (5): 1978, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1992
1st Pajulahti Cup (2): 2000, 2003

Runners-up

2nd Russia 2013-2014
3rd KHL 2013-2014
3rd KHL 2009-2010
2nd Continental Cup (1): 1997
2nd Spengler Cup (1): 2007
3rd Russian Superleague (1): 1997
3rd IHL Championship (2): 1995, 1996

Season-by-season KHL record

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

Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA Finish Top Scorer Playoffs
2008–09 56 38 8 2 129 203 116 1st, Bobrov Alexei Tereshchenko (58 points: 29 G, 29 A; 55 GP) Lost in Preliminary Round, 1–3 (Avangard Omsk)
2009–10 56 37 8 1 129 215 116 1st, Chernyshev Alexander Radulov (63 points: 24 G, 39 A; 54 GP) Lost in Conference Finals, 2-4 (Ak Bars Kazan)
2010–11 54 29 12 0 109 210 144 2nd, Chernyshev Alexander Radulov (80 points: 20 G, 60 A; 54 GP) Gagarin Cup Champions, 4-1 (Atlant Moscow Oblast)
2011–12 54 23 18 1 89 173 152 2nd, Chernyshev Alexander Radulov (63 points: 25 G, 38 A; 50 GP) Lost in Conference Quarterfinals, 4-2 (Ak Bars Kazan)
2012–13 52 24 17 0 88 148 140 2nd, Chernyshev Igor Mirnov (37 points: 21 G, 16 A; 49 GP) Lost in Conference Semifinals, 4-3 (Ak Bars Kazan)

Players

Current roster

Updated October 21, 2013.[2][3]
# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
33 Babchuk, AntonAnton Babchuk D R 30 2013 Kiev, Ukrainian SSR
51 Dubrovsky, YegorYegor Dubrovsky C L 26 2005 Ufa, Russian SFSR
28 Filatov, NikitaNikita Filatov LW R 24 2012 Moscow, Russian SFSR
57 Glukhov, AlexeiAlexei Glukhov C L 30 2012 Voskresensk, Russian SFSR
17 Grishin, AlexeiAlexei Grishin D L 26 2013 Chekhov, Russian SFSR
79 Gurkin, YefimYefim Gurkin D L 22 2009 Ufa, Russia
70 Hartikainen, TeemuTeemu Hartikainen LW L 24 2013 Kuopio, Finland
26 Isangulov, IldarIldar Isangulov D L 22 2008 Ufa, Russian SFSR
55 Kaigorodov, AlexeiAlexei Kaigorodov C L 31 2012 Magnitogorsk, Russian SFSR
29 Khlystov, DenisDenis Khlystov (A) C L 35 2012 Ufa, Russian SFSR
49 Koltsov, KirillKirill Koltsov D L 34 2012 Chelyabinsk, Russian SFSR
44 Kulda, ArtūrsArtūrs Kulda D L 26 2013 Leipzig, Germany
23 Makarov, DmitriDmitri Makarov (A) RW L 31 2013 Ufa, Russian SFSR
25 Mereskin, AlexanderAlexander Mereskin C L 27 2013 Moscow, Russian SFSR
10 Mirnov, IgorIgor Mirnov C L 30 2011 Moscow, Russian SFSR
74 Pankov, AlexanderAlexander Pankov F L 23 2009 Ufa, Russian SFSR
41 Pihlström, AnttiAntti Pihlström RW L 30 2011 Vantaa, Finland
34 Proshkin, VitaliVitali Proshkin (C) D L 38 2007 Elektrostal, Russian SFSR
24 Shchitov, NikitaNikita Shchitov D L 31 2013 Ufa, Russian SFSR
32 Sopel, BrentBrent Sopel D R 38 2013 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
58 Slepyshev, AntonAnton Slepyshev LW R 20 2012 Penza, Russian SFSR
30 Stepanov, AlexanderAlexander Stepanov (A) RW L 35 2012 Moscow, Russian SFSR
20 Vasilevski, AndreiAndrei Vasilevski G L 20 2012 Tyumen, Russian SFSR
9 Vishnevskiy, IvanIvan Vishnevskiy D L 26 2013 Barnaul, Russian SFSR
37 Volkov, AlekseiAleksei Volkov G L 34 2013 Ekaterinburg, Russian SFSR
76 Záborský, TomášTomáš Záborský RW L 27 2013 Trenčín, Czechoslovakia
42 Zinovjev, SergeiSergei Zinovjev C L 34 2009 Prokopyevsk, Russian SFSR
3 Zubarev, AndreyAndrey Zubarev D L 27 2012 Ufa, Russian SFSR


All-time KHL scoring leaders

'Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points, PIM = Penalties in minutes, PPG = Powerplay Goals, SHG = Shorthanded Goals, GWG = Game Winning Goals'
Player[4] GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Alexander Radulov 210 91 163 254 301 98 31 2 15
Patrick Thoresen 110 53 69 122 101 66 9 0 8
Igor Grigorenko 179 67 52 119 109 59 21 0 15
Sergei Zinovjev 138 35 69 104 202 26 17 1 7
Vitali Proshkin 206 17 81 98 222 58 6 1 4
Vladimir Antipov 154 42 48 90 93 32 9 1 5
Viktor Kozlov 132 37 49 86 65 13 14 0 6
Alexander Perezhogin 111 41 43 84 68 43 13 2 6
Miroslav Blatak 206 27 50 77 77 67 11 0 8
Kirill Koltsov 144 16 56 72 181 44 3 0 4

References

  1. ^ "Виктор Козлов продолжит карьеру в Уфе". HC Salavat Yulaev Ufa. 2009-06-09. 
  2. ^ "Salavat Yulaev Ufa Team Roster" (in Russian). www.hcsalavat.ru. Retrieved 2012-08-14. 
  3. ^ "Salavat Yulaev Ufa team roster". www.khl.ru. Retrieved 2012-02-03. 
  4. ^ Salavat Yulaev Ufa KHL Scoring Leaders | QuantHockey.com Retrieved March 26, 2011

External links

  • (Russian) Salavat Yulaev official website
  • NHL.com article on hockey in Ufa
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