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Graduates

The Gazprom Neft Cup marks a young player’s first step into adult hockey. After the tournament players can expect to move on to more senior teams, transfer to other clubs (or even leagues), or be invited to join their national teams. The Gazprom Neft Cup doesn’t end with the final siren of the SuperFinal: it’s a launchpad for a whole new career.

Andrey Svechnikov
Date birth: 2000
Team: Barrie Colts
Role: Attacker
Pupil: Ak Bars
4 place - V Gazprom Neft Cup (2011)
3 place – World Cup among junior teams (2016/17)
2 place – World U-17 Hockey Challenge (2015/16)
3 place – World U-17 Hockey Challenge (2016/17)
Best scorer of World U-17 Hockey Challenge (2016/17)
Grigoriy Denisenko
Date birth: 2000
Team: Lokomotiv
Role: Attacker
Pupil: Gazovik
2 place – IV Gazprom Neft Cup (2010)
3 place – World U-17 Hockey Challenge (2016/17)
Spent 4 games in the playoffs of the KHL
Artur Lauta
Date birth: 1996
Team: Saryarka
Role: Attacker
Pupil: Avangard
3 place - I Gazprom Neft Cup (2007)
2 place – World Cup among junior teams (2016)
Member of the Super Series-2015 as part of the Russian youth team
Spent 79 games in the KHL
Vladislav Kara
Date birth: 1998
Team: Ak Bars
Role: Attacker
Pupil: Yamal
5 place – II Gazprom Neft Cup (2008)
3 place – III Gazprom Neft Cup (2009)
Spent 11 games in the KHL
Member of the Super Series-2017 as part of the Russian youth team
Vladislav Naumov
Date birth: 1996
Team: Sibir
Role: Quarterback
Pupil: Gazovik
1 place - I Gazprom Neft Cup (2007)
Spent 136 games in the KHL