SKA Hockey Club and HC Neftekhimik have agreed on a trade. Defenceman Nikolay Belov will now represent SKA, whereas Yevgeni Ryasensky, Alexey Grishin and Mikhail Tikhonov will all move to Neftekhimik. Also SKA will be able to pick a player in the first round of the 2016 KHL Draft.
SKA Hockey Club thanks Yevgeni, Alexey and Mikhail for their efforts, and wishes them luck for the future.
Nikolay Belov is a defenceman who was born on the 13th of August 1987 in Moscow. He stands at 192 cm tall, and weighs in at 87 kg. He began his career with Dynamo Moscow, and played for their youth team. After that he played for Kapitan, Gazovik, Neftyanik, Ak Bars and Neftekhimik. He has won the Karjala Cup and Channel One Cup in 2011. He took part in the 2011 World Championship, in which the Russian national team came fourth. Overall he has played for Russia 27 times, and has 7 points (1+6).
In the KHL Nikolay has made 301 appearances, picking up 66 points (22+44). So far this season he has 6 points (1+5) in 16 games for Neftekhimik.