Another confirmed star. Russia’s hockey players will be upgraded to MS Malkin

Malkin, 28, was missing last year at home in the Sochi Olympics, where Russia did not succeed and was at the World Championship in Minsk. He won the second gold medal after the triumph in 2012 in Helsinki, where he won Canadian scoring, became the best shooter and was also named the most useful player in the tournament. Participant of the three Olympics will be in the world championship for the seventh time.

Malkin has scored 70 points for 28 goals and 42 assists in 69 games. He did not play the Stanley Cup with the New York Rangers in the five rounds of playoff when he was eliminated in the first round.

The double holder of Art Ross Trophy (2009 and 2012) for the most productive NHL player has a total of 702 points (268 points) in the famous competition. In 2007, Calder Trophy took over as the best newcomer, and in 2012 he was the king of the Hart Trophy winning season for the most profitable player and the Ted Lindsay Award for Best Player by the NHLPA Player Association.

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The winner of the 2009 Stanley Cup, which Pittsburgh chose in 2004 as the second draw, scored 111 points in playles 101 points (42 + 69).At Penguins triumph in 2009, he was the most productive player to play off and gained the Conn Smythe Trophy for the most useful player. Tarasenko was the second most productive Russian player in this NHL season for Alexander Ovechkin of Washington. In 77 goals he scored 73 points for 37 goals and 36 assists. In the playoff he has added six goals in six games with Minnesota six goals and one pass. Last year, the Kuljomin is just like Malkin the world champion in 2012 and 2014, and he was also missing in five rounds in Sochi last year and can look forward to the seventh world championship. This season the NHL recorded in 82 matches 31 points (15 + 16).In the playoff in the series with Washington in seven seals he scored one goal and won one.

Znarok is already in the NHL goalkeepers goalkeepers Anton Chudobin of Carolina and Sergey Bobrovsky, strikers Arthom Anisimov (both Columbus) and Valeriy Nichushina from Dallas and Dmitri Kulikov from Florida. The Russians will be introduced to the base group B in Ostrava, where they are waiting for Finland, USA, Slovakia, Norway, Belarus, Slovenia and Denmark.