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Lokomotiv Yaroslavl

  • Name in original language: Локомотив Ярославль
  • Year of foundation: 1959
  • Colours: red, white, blue
  • Club status: active (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl booked out of 2011-12 KHL season after its plane crash at September 2011. Will play again from 2012-13. More info in "History" tab of club’s profile.)
  • Address: ul. Gagarina, 15
    Yaroslavl 150023
  • Phone: +7 (4852) 40-71-02
  • Email: loko@yar.ru
  • WWW: Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
 
Lokomotiv Yaroslavl is major league affiliate of: Loko Yaroslavl
Lokomotiv VHL Yaroslavl

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Season 2013-2014

Club teams

This club in 2013-2014: KHL

 
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
Jan. 16 14 | Rafael Akhmetov  (F) Metallurg NovokuznetskarrowLokomotiv Yaroslavl
Jan. 13 14 | Vladislav Kartayev  (F) Metallurg NovokuznetskarrowLokomotiv Yaroslavl
Dec. 30 13 | Geoff Platt  (F) Dinamo MinskarrowLokomotiv Yaroslavl
Dec. 19 13 | Alexander Avtsin  (F) HC Admiral VladivostokarrowLokomotiv Yaroslavl
Recent gamesseason 2013-2014
Apr. 06 14 | 17:00Lokomotiv Yaroslavl - HC LEV Praha0-3
Apr. 08 14 | 19:00Lokomotiv Yaroslavl - HC LEV Praha3-2
Apr. 10 14 | 21:00HC LEV Praha - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl3-2
Current rosterseason 2013-2014
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GMaxim Glyzin07.01.1995186 cm93 kgN/A
GYury Klyuchnikov17.09.1983177 cm87 kgleft
GVitaly Kolesnik20.08.1979190 cm92 kgleft
GCurtis Sanford05.10.1979178 cm82 kgright
DArtur Amirov03.04.1992180 cm79 kgleft
DZakhar Arzamastsev06.11.1992183 cm81 kgleft
RDIlya Gorokhov23.08.1977181 cm87 kgright
DJonas Holøs27.08.1987180 cm93 kgright
DPavel Koledov20.09.1994182 cm82 kgright
DStaffan Kronwall10.09.1982195 cm105 kgleft
DIlya Lyubushkin06.04.1994185 cm86 kgright
DMikhail Pashnin11.05.1989179 cm85 kgleft
DSergei Peretyagin19.04.1984184 cm92 kgleft
DAlexei Vasilyev01.09.1977183 cm92 kgleft
RDVitaly Vishnevsky18.03.1980188 cm86 kgleft
DYegor Yakovlev17.09.1991180 cm83 kgN/A
DVitaly Zotov01.04.1992186 cm80 kgleft
FRafael Akhmetov31.01.1989187 cm79 kgN/A
FDaniil Apalkov01.01.1992181 cm80 kgleft
FYegor Averin25.08.1989182 cm80 kgleft
FAlexander Avtsin19.03.1991190 cm90 kgright
LWAnton But03.07.1980187 cm95 kgright
FAlexander Chernikov04.09.1984180 cm86 kgleft
CStephen Dixon07.09.1985181 cm85 kgleft
LWEmil Galimov09.05.1992186 cm75 kgleft
FKirill Kapustin08.02.1993186 cm84 kgleft
FVladislav Kartayev02.10.1992187 cm72 kgright
FVadim Khlopotov22.04.1994178 cm76 kgleft
FSergei Konkov30.05.1982183 cm75 kgright
FIlya Korenev10.02.1995182 cm80 kgN/A
FPavel Kraskovski11.09.1996190 cm80 kgleft
FAlexei Kruchinin09.06.1991183 cm75 kgright
FDmitri Maltsev20.01.1991185 cm73 kgN/A
FAlexander Mokshantsev17.02.1995185 cm73 kgN/A
LWIgor Musatov23.09.1987190 cm92 kgright
FYury Petrov30.03.1984178 cm75 kgright
CGeoff Platt10.07.1985175 cm79 kgleft
FSergei Plotnikov03.06.1990190 cm95 kgleft
FMikelis Redlihs01.07.1984180 cm83 kgleft
FDaniil Romantsev05.06.1993191 cm87 kgN/A
CJanis Sprukts31.01.1982189 cm85 kgleft
FMaxim Trunyov07.09.1990180 cm80 kgright
CDavid Ullström22.04.1989192 cm90 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Dmitry Yushkevich19.11.1971Assistant Coach
Oleg Petrov18.04.1971Assistant Coach
Nikolai Borschevsky12.01.1965Assistant Coach
Tom Rowe *23.05.1956Head Coach
Dave King22.12.1947Head Coach
Yuri Lukin23.04.1962GM
Pyotr Vorobyov *28.01.1949Head Coach

* no longer in the club

Arena 2000 Yaroslavl

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The name of the team is derived from its owner, Russian Railways, the national railroad operator.

On 7 September 2011, a plane carrying the team to a game in Minsk crashed shortly after takeoff, killing all of the team's roster (plus four players from the Loko Russian Major League squad) and coaching staff.

  • from 1950 to 1955: Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
  • from 1955 to 1956: Spartak Yaroslavl
  • from 1956 to 1959: Khimik Yaroslavl
  • from 1959 to 1963: HC YMZ
  • from 1963 to 1964: Trud Yaroslavl
  • from 1964 to 1965: Motor Yaroslavl
  • from 1965 to 2000: Torpedo Yaroslavl
  • from 2000 to present: Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
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Dave King is the new coach of Lokomotiv Yaroslavl

Just a day after the resignation of Pyotr Vorobyov for health reasons, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl announced Canadian Dave King as new headcoach. King, currently working as Development Coach at Phoenik Coyotes, returned to Russia after 2006-07 season when he coached Metallurg Magnitogorsk for one season, winning the Spengler Cup, becoming the first ever North American coach in the Russian Superleague. King's assistants will be Oleg Petrov and Dmitri Yuskevich

(03 Feb 2014)
 

Pyotr Vorobyov resigned as Lokomotiv coach

Pyotr Vorobyov resigned from his post as Lokomotiv Yaroslavl headcoach alleging health problems
"On behalf of Lokomotiv and all the fans of Yaroslavl hockey we thank Pyotr Vorobyov for his work and wish primarily health" - said the club in a statement on the website.
President of Lokomotiv Yuri Yakovlev said to Inter-TASS agency: "All this happened very recently, so talk about who will be the new head coach and when is premature"
Responding to a question about how serious Vorobyev's health problems are, Yakovlev answered: "I cannot say more than is written on the official statement"

(02 Feb 2014)
 

School in Yaroslavl was named in honor of Ivan Tkachenko

Secondary school number 9 in Yaroslavl was named after Ivan Tkachenko. A lot of pupils of Sports School "Locomotive" caters to this school. The ceremony was held September 7th.

Ten hockey players from this school were among victims of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl tragedy 2 years ago. Nowadays a monument with their names are behind memory lane.

The parents of Ivan Tkachenko and the director of youth Lokomotiv Vladimir Samylin attended the ceremony marking the opening of the monument.

(10 Sep 2013)
 

Lokomotiv creates a new team for MHL-B

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl announced it was created a new team to play in upcoming season in MHL-B. The team will be known as Loko-Junior and consist of students of hockey schools Lokomotiv and Lokomotiv 2004 born in 1996-97.

Head coach of new team will be Andrei Kapranov, last season worked as assistant coach at Loko (MHL).

(11 Jul 2013)
 

Yaroslavl abandon VHL

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl announces club won´t allign a team in next VHL, even if retains its membership in the League. "We express our sincere thanks to all the staff of the VHL for giving our club the opportunity to participate in the Leaqgue after the tragedy. Your support was a significant contribution to the formation of young players - said in a letter Lokomotiv management

(25 Apr 2013)
 

Sergei Nikoleav passed away

After a long illness former coach Sergei Nikolaev died at 68. Nikolaev was the coach of Torpedo Yaroslavl (former Lokomotiv name) when the team was promoted in Russian Super League for the first time in 1983-84 season. Nikolaev coached Yaroslavl from 1980/81 to 1989/90 and from 1992/93 to 1995/97.
He worked also at Severstal (1996-1997), Metallurg Novokuznetsk (1998-2000, 2006-2007), Kristall Saratov(2000), Salavat Yulaev (2000-2003) and Sibir(2004-2005)

(15 Mar 2013)
 

Kulikov out, Denisov in

CSKA Moscow defender Denis Denisov will replace injured Dmitri Kulikov (lokomotiv Yaroslavl) in Russian team partecipating in next Karjala Cup.

(30 Oct 2012)
 

Dinamo Riga wins LDZ Kauss

In the final of LDZ Kauss on Wedneseday the Latvian hosts Dinamo Riga won against their KHL rivals Lokomotiv Yaroslavl with 3-1 in Arena Riga. Just one day earlier Lokomotiv had won the last group match between the two teams with 4-1. Finnish SM-liiga side Espoo Blues took the third place after defeating Atlant Mytischy 3:2 in the shootout. The following awards were given to the best players of LDZ Kauss.

Tournament MVP: Karsums (Riga); Best Goalie: Jučers (Riga), Best Defender: Vishnevsky (Atlant), Best Forward: Kalyuzhny (Lokomotiv)

(30 Aug 2012)
 

Jan Marek honoured in Magnitogorsk and Prague

Czech forward Jan Marek, died in Lokomotiv Yaroslavl's plane crash, had his jersey #15 retired by Metallurg Magnitogorsk during a ceremony at Romazan Tournament, currently helding at Metallurg Arena. Marek played in Magnitogorsk from 2006 to 2010.
In Prague, the City Council decided to dedicate a street to the three Czech players died in the crash: along with Marek, also Karel Rachunek and Josef Vasicek will have a street with their name

(29 Aug 2012)
 

Lokomotiv game cancelled

Today's pre-season game EHC Visp-Lokomotiv Yaroslavl was cancelled beacues Visp had eight injured or ill players.

(12 Aug 2012)
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Fast factsseason 2013-2014
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Lokomotiv Yaroslavl participates in season 2013-2014: KHL

 
 
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