Sergey Suyarkov – HEAD COACH

EDUCATION:

  •  B.S. in Physical Education. Tver State University, Department of Physical Education, Tver, Russia.

HOCKEY CAREER:

  • 1976 -1988: student at Children and Youth Hockey School CSKA
  • 1988 – 1989: defenseman at Hockey Club CKA MVO, Tver
  • 1989 – 1995: defenseman at Hockey Club Torpedo, Yaroslavl
  • 1995 – 1996: defenseman at Hockey Club Molotov, Perm
  • 1996 – 1998: defenseman at Hockey Club Neftekhimik, Nizhnekamsk

COACHING CAREER:

  • 1998 – 2004: Coach at The Youth Sports School of the Olympic Reserve No. 1, Moscow. Coached children born 1987 and 1995
  •  2004 – 2013: Youth Coach for CSKA Hockey School, Moscow, Russia
  •  2012 – 2013: General Director of Sports Development for CSKA “Red Army” Hockey School, Moscow, Russia
  •  2010 – present: Head Coach of Russian National Junior Team (birth year 1995), Moscow, Russia
  • 2008 – 2011: Head Coach of Moscow National Junior Team (birth year 1995), Moscow, Russia
  • 2013 – present: Head coach of “Dinamo” Hockey School(birth year 2002)
  • 2007 – present: Founder and Manager of the IceStyle project
    (www.hockeycoach.ru and icestyleusa.com)

    • This project is aimed at early development of future hockey players and provides children age 6 -16 with additional practice through Spring and Summer camps and high quality coaching by leading Russian specialists. Several thousand young players participated in the project to date.

 Professional Accomplishments with the CSKA Team (birth year 1995)

  • 2004-2006 Moscow Federal Cup – first place
  • 2006-20011Moscow Open Championship – first place
  • 2008-2011 Finals First in Russia Championship – first place
  • 2012 18 players drafted by the Continental Hockey League (out of 22 coached)

 Professional Accomplishments with the Moscow National Junior Team

  •  2008-2010 Russia Championships – 1st place
  • 2011 Russia Championship – 2d place
  • 2009-2011 Moscow Championships – 1st place
  • 2009 and 2012 Russia National Winter Tournament – 1st place

 Professional Accomplishments with the Russia National Junior Team

  •  World Challenge Cup (Canada) – 1st place
  • Red Bulls Hockey Cup (Austria) – 1st place
  • Olympic Hope Cup (Poland) – 1st place
  • President’s Cup (Belarus) – 1st place
  • World Junior Champions Cup (USA) – 1st place
  • Four Nation Cup (Finland) – 2d place
  • “Nike Bauer International AAA Invite” 2007- second place, 2008- first place

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