Zauralie Kurgan

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Zauralie Kurgan (Хоккейный клуб «Зауралье» Курган) is an ice hockey team in Kurgan, Kurgan Oblast, Russia. They play in the VHL, the second level of Russian ice hockey.

Zauralie
Хоккейный клуб «Зауралье»
Zauralie Kurgan Logo.png
CityKurgan, Kurgan Oblast, Russia
LeagueVHL
Founded1962
Home arenaParyshev Sports Palace
(capacity: 2,500)
Colours     
Owner(s)Kurgan Oblast,
Kurganstalmost
General managerRussia Alexander Smagin
Head coachRussia Alexey Chechin
CaptainRussia Camille Shiafotdinov
Affiliate(s)Metallurg Magnitogorsk (KHL)
Yunior Kurgan (MHL-B)
Websitehczaural.ru

HistoryEdit

The club was founded in 1994 as a merger between clubs Mostovik (Bridge Worker) and Turbinka (Turbine) as Mostovik-Turbinka Kurgan later becoming a farm club of Rubin Tyumen. It got its current name Zauralie (Trans-Ural) since the 2003-04 season. They became affiliated with Sibir Novosibirsk of the Kontinental Hockey League in 2008, Avangard Omsk in 2012 and Metallurg Novokuznetsk in 2014. With the demotion of Novokuznetsk, Kurgan then entered into an agreement to be the primary affiliate to Metallurg Magnitogorsk of the KHL in 2017.

The club have junior farm-club Yunior Kurgan, are played in MHL-B, second level of junior ice hockey league in Russia.

HonorsEdit

NationalEdit

  • Vysshaya Liga (RUS-2)
    •   Third place (1): 2003/2004
  • Pervaya Liga (RUS-3)
    •   Champion (1): 2000/2001

Pre-seasonEdit

  • Paryshev Memorial Cup
    •   Champion (3): 2009, 2010, 2012
    •   Second Place (4): 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016
    •   Third Place (1): 2015

StadiumEdit

  • Paryshev Sports Palace

Built: 2001 год

Capacity: 2500

Address: microdistr. 1-a, bld. 7

Director: Sergei Paryshev

Team ColorsEdit

Blue White

Front Office and CoachesEdit

Director

  • Viktor Prozorov

General manager

  • Alexander Smagin

Head Coach

  • Mikhail Zvyagin

Assistant Coach

  • Rashit Galimzhanov
  • Vyacheslav Sedov

RosterEdit

Player Country Age Last team
Goaltenders
60 Sergei Ageyev   32   Ariada Volzhsk
72 Ilyas Gafiullin   23   Slavutych Smolensk
Defenders
3 Yevgeni Nesterov   29   Dizel Penza
4 Nikita Krotikov   25   Dizel Penza
5 Alexander Brit   22   Bars Kazan
7 Maxim Semyonov   19   Yunior Kurgan
8 Valeri Zhukov   28   HC Sarov
9 Yevgeni Shakurov   24   THK Tver
30 Yuri Maslov   28   Izhstal Izhevsk
35 Yevgeni Sulimov   23   Olimpiya Kirovo-Chepetsk
76 Alexei Chechin   35   Buran Voronezh
91 Kamil Mingazov   20   Tymensky Legion
Forwards
11 Alexander Remov   22   Khimik Voskresensk
15 Maxim Pervukhin   27   Ermak Angarsk
17 Vyacheslav Mushtayev   31   Izhstal Izhevsk
19 Denis Tsyganov   23   Dizel Penza
23 Vladislav Sokolov   27   HC Sarov
25 Matvei Tymchenko   21   Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk
34 Artur Abmyotka   24   Neftyanik Almetyevsk
37 Oleg Pridannikov   32   Ermak Angarsk
40 Dmitri Kolgotin   22   Dizel Penza
45 Anton Rekhtin   27   Izhstal Izhevsk
57 Alexander Petrov   23   Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk
73 Nikita Sirotkin   23   Belye Tigry Orenburg
77 Albert Zagidullin   27   Rubin Tyumen

Head coachesEdit

Sergei Gersonsky (2001-2002)

Mikhail Malko (2002-2006)

Oleg Gushchin (2006-2008)

Igor Zhilinsky (2008-2010)

Vladimir Shikhanov (2010-2013)

Igor Velker (2013)

Sergei Dushkin (2013-2015)

Albert Loginov (2015-2016)

Mikhail Zvyagin (since 2016)

Club RecordsEdit

LeadersEdit

  • Points: Andrei Petrakov — 52 (25+27 in 2002/03).
  • Goals: Sergei Brovin — 27 (2002/03).
  • Assists: Maxim Chernikov — 34 (2002/03).
  • (+/-): Maxim Chernikov — +23 (2002/03).
  • Penalty (in minutes): Andrei Korolyov — 91 (2007/08).
  • Points by defenders: Alexei Chechin — 31 (12+19 in 2007/08).
  • Goals by defenders: Alexei Chechin — 12 (2007/08), Alexander Troitsky — 12 (2007/08).

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