The 26-year-old Zadorov played so far only for Russia in the last world championships in 2019 in Bratislava, where the team won the bronze medal. This season, he has scored eight points per goal and seven assists in Chicago in 55 games. In the National Hockey League, the former Buffalo and Colorado player has 411 matches and 83 points for 23 goals and 60 assists. He added four goals and the same number of assists in 33 playoff matches.
The younger Zub had his first season in the NHL, departing Saint Petersburg for KHL. In 46 matches, he had a score of 14 points for three goals and 11 assists. The 2018 Olympics winner from Pyongyang is preparing for the fourth major tournament, and so far has always been awarded a medal. Won a bronze medal from the 2017 and 2019 World Championships.
The Russians, who will play the Czech Games in Prague from today to Saturday, will be the first opponents of the Czech national team at the Riga Championship on Friday May 21 from 3:15 pm. In the upcoming matches in Group A, they are awaited by the United Kingdom, Slovakia, Denmark, Switzerland, Sweden and Belarus.
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