Ilya Kovalchuk will not go on last stage of Euroround from Russian national team
The day before a trainer`s staff of Russian national team on hockey named national team structure on the Euroround final stage - “ the Czech hockey games “.
Vyacheslav Bykov and Igor Zaharkin eight defenders and 14 attacking have invited to gathering of three goalkeepers. We will remind that the taken out match the Russian national team which is confidently in the lead in Euroround, will spend on April, 21st in Swedish Malme, and final games against Czechia and Finland already in Czechia in a city of Brno.
In number received a call there was also the most valuable player plej - off Gagarin`s Cup - 2011 - the goalkeeper situated near Moscow “ Atlanta “ Konstantin Barulin. The goalkeeper, on termination of a final series of the Cup of Gagarin against “ Salavat Yulaev “ admitted to journalists that dreams to play the World championship in Slovakia which will pass from April, 29th till May, 15th. It is not excluded that dreams can come true.
And here the star forward “ Nju - Jersey “ Ilya Kovalchuk remains in Moscow. Trainers have decided that the skilled player does not need to be overstrained once again before the world championship and he will train under the individual program.
Russian national team Structure
Goalkeepers: Vasily Koshechkin (“ Severstal “), Evgenie Nabokov, Konstantin Barulin (“ Atlant “).
Defenders: Vitaly Atjushov, Alexey Kajgorodov, Evgenie Birjukov - (all “ the Metallurgist “ Mg), Jacob Rylov, Nikolay Belov - (both “ the Petrochemist “), Konstantin Korneyev, Alexey Emelin, Ilya Nikulin - (all “ Ak the Leopard “), Denis Grebeshkov (SKA),
Attacking: Alexey Morozov, Danis Zaripov, Alexey Tereshchenko - (all “ Ak the Leopard “) Denis Parshin (CSKA), Konstantin Gorovikov (OHK “ the Dynamo “), Vadim SHipachev (“ Severstal “), Maxim Afinogenov, Evgenie Artjuhin - (both SKA), Artemy Panarin (“ the Hero “), Evgenie Dadonov (“ Florida Panters “), Vladimir Tarasenko (“ Siberia “), Alexander Burmistrov (“ Atlanta Treshers “), Vladimir Zharkov (“ Nju - Dzhersi Devilz “).