Yunost Minsk

HC Yunost-Minsk (Belar. Юнасць Мінск, Junaść Minsk) is a Belarusian ice hockey team that currently plays in the Belarusian Extraleague. They play their home games at Chizhovka-Arena, located in Minsk.

Yunost Minsk
Yunost Minsk logo.svg
CityMinsk, Belarus
LeagueBelarusian Extraleague
Founded1991
Home arenaChizhovka-Arena (capacity: 8,807)
ColoursDark blue, red, white
              
WebsiteJunost.org
Championships
Belarusian Extraleague9 (2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2016, 2019, 2020)

Yunost is the seven-times champion of Belarus, most recently in the 2015/2016 season. They won the Belarusian league three years in a row twice: in 2003/2004, 2004/2005, and 2005/2006; as well as 2008/2009, 2009/2010, and 2010/2011.

They played in the Russian Supreme Hockey League during the 2012-13 season. Yunost's place in the Belarusian Extraleague was taken by its reserve team.

Since 2012, it has been a feeder team of the KHL club Dinamo Minsk.

Current rosterEdit

Goaltenders
Number Player Glove Date of Birth
30   Mikhail Shibanov L 28 OCT 1987
31   Yegor Zenko L 14 JUN 1996
40   Dmitri Milchakov L 2 MAR 1986
Defensemen
Number Player Shoots Date of Birth
2   Sergei Sheleg L 24 MAY 1990
4   Yevgeni Nogachyov L 31 AUG 1991
7   Klemen Pretnar R 31 AUG 1986
8   Vladislav Barkovski L 5 FEB 2001
19   Oleg Goroshko R 19 NOV 1989
26   Nikita Mitskevich L 25 NOV 1994
68   Pavel Kazakevich L 28 OCT 1993
73   Vadim Yerokho L 3 AUG 1991
85   Andrei Antonov L 27 APR 1985
87   Yegor Ivanov L 30 JUN 1996
Forwards
Number Player Shoots Date of Birth
10   Pavel Razvadovski R 7 AUG 1989
11   Pavel Pechur L 11 AUG 1993
12   Alexei Skabelka L 7 DEC 1992
14   Daniel Corso L 3 APR 1978
17   Alexander Kogalev R 22 MAY 1994
18   Ivan Drozdov L 15 NOV 1999
21   Konstantin Zakharov R 2 MAY 1985
23   Ilya Litvinov L 17 MAR 1998
25   Yevgeni Skachkov L 14 JUL 1984
27   Alexei Yefimenko R 20 AUG 1985
78   Andri Mikhnov L 26 NOV 1983
89   Viktor Turkin L 2 APR 1989
90   Mikhail Plotnikov L 31 JUL 1992
92   Maxim Parfeyevets R 15 APR 1992
93   Vsevolod Kashkar R 10 JUL 1994
94   Alexander Karakulko L 19 JUL 1994

AchievementsEdit

  Belarus

  Soviet Union

  Europe

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