Roman Rotenberg
Head of management group, Vice-president
Age 38 years (07.04.1981)

Has played sport since childhood. Has practised in judo since 1986, and ice hockey since 1991. Graduated from a sporting college in Finland (PHYK) by completing a course in ice hockey development program. Graduated from the European Business School in London, International Business Bachelor’s (2005) and Master’s (2007) degree. PhD degree in economic sciences (St. Petersburg State University, 2009). Deputy general director of KHL-Marketing (2008-2011). Vice-president of SKA Hockey Club (2011-present). First vice-president of the Russian Ice Hockey Federation, head of national team's management group (2015-present). Olympic champion (2018), World Championship bronze medalist (2016, 2017, 2019). KHL Gagarin Cup winner (2015, 2017). Winner of the “KHL Best Manager Award” (2015, 2017).

Andrei Tochitskii
General Director
Age 49 years (08.07.1970)

SKA Hockey Club General Director since July 2017. SKA's Managing Director since July 2016. In the past, he was the club's general manager between September 2008 and May 2011, and during the period July 2015 and July 2016. SKA's sporting director from May 2011 until July 2015. General Director of the SKA Academy and President of the Leningrad Region ice hockey federation. Came through the Lenmyansokombinata ice hockey school, and was coached by Boris Kushatlov. Champion of the Leningrad ice hockey championship. He completed his military service with the Russian navy, and graduated from the Frunze Naval Academy. Worked in the ice hockey agency business since 1999, and was in the 2000 World Championship organising committee. Was the assistant general manager for the youth and junior Russian national teams between 2001 and 2003.

Alexei Kudashov
Head Coach
Age 48 years (21.07.1971)

Played as a forward for Dynamo Moscow, Frankfurt (1993-1999, 2007-2010), Krefeld (1991-2001), Adler (2001-2003), Lada (2003-2006), Metallurg Mg (2006-2007), Khimik (2007). Russian championship silver (2005) and bronze (2006) medalist, 1995 World Junior Championship silver medalist (1995).

Began his coaching career in 2011 with MHL club Loko.

Worked at Metallurg Mg as an assistant coach (2012-2015) before becoming the head coach between 2015 and 2017.

Assistant coach with the Russian national team since 2015. On 12 April, 2018 he was named the interim head coach.

KHL Gagarin Cup winner as assistant coach (2014), KHL Gagarin Cup winner as head coach (2016).

World Championship silver medalist (2015), World Championship bronze medalist (2016, 2017), Olympic champion (2018) as head coach's assistant.

SKA and Russian national Team head coach since July 2019.

Valeri Bragin
Senior Coach
Age 63 years (31.05.1956)

As a player, he was a forward for Spartak (1974-1981), Khimik (1981-1989) and Rodovre in Denmark (1989-1994).

He is a two-time winner of the World Junior Championship, a USSR champion (1976) and a Danish champion (1990).

He began his coaching career in 1997. He worked as an assistant to the head coach with Khimik (1997-1999), Atlant (2008-2009) and as the head coach of Spartak (2005-2006) and CSKA (2012). Head coach of Russia U18 between 2003 and 2004. From 2010 to 2012 and from 2014, he is the head coach of Russia U20. Winner of the 2011 World Junior Championship, 2004 World U18 Chanpionship, five-time silver medalist of the World Junior Championship (2005, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2020), two-time bronze medalist of the World Junior Championship (2017, 2018). Joined the senior national team in January 2020.

Anvar Gatiyatulin
Age 44 years (21.03.1976)

Played as a defenseman for Traktor (1994-1999), Lada (1997), CSKA (1999), Avangard (2000), Torpedo (2000-2002), Krylya Sovetov (2002-2003), Mechel (2003-2005), Gazovik (2005-2006), Zauralye (2006-2007), Molot (2007).

1995 World Junior Championship silver medalist.

Started his coaching career in 2011 with Belie Medvedi in the MHL. Worked as a head coach with Belie Medvedi (2011-2016), Traktor (2016-2018).

2015 World Junior Championship silver medalist, 2018 Russian championship bronze medalist.

Worked with the national team since April 2018.

Andrei Kozyrev
Age 46 years (17.06.1973)

Has been coaching SKA-1946. Head Coach of Team Russia U17 that won World Hockey Challenge in 2019.

Rashit Davydov
Goalkeeping Coach
Age 50 years (14.06.1969)

Played as a goalkeeper for SK Uritsky (1987-1988? 1989-1990), SKA MVO (1988-1989, 1989-1990), Dizelist (1991-1992, 1993-1994, 1996-1999), Itil (1993-1994), CSK VVS (1994-1996), Neftekhimik (1995-1996).

Worked as a goalkeeping coach for HC MVD (2005-2010), Dynamo Moscow (2010-2016), SKA (2016-present) and the Russian national team (2014-present).

KHL Gagarin Cup winner (2012, 2013, 2017), Olympic champion (2018), world champion (2014), World Championship silver medalist (2015), World Championship bronze medalist (2016, 2017).

Marko Torenius
Individual goalkeeping coach
Age 43 years (10.02.1977)

Previously worked as a goalkeeping coach with the Espoo Blues and Sibir Novosibirsk.

Has been SKA's individual goalkeeping coach since 2014, winning the 2015 and 2017 KHL Gagarin Cup and Continental Cup in 2018 with the club.

Marko Torenius is responsible for the goalkeepers' individual training.

Physical training coach
Age 59 years (06.01.1961)

Worked in the ice hockey industry since 2010. HC MVD (2008-2010), Dynamo Moscow (2010-2016), SKA (2016-present) and the Russian national team (2014-present).

KHL Gagarin Cup winner (2012, 2013, 2017), Olympic champion (2018), world champion (2014), World Championship silver medalist (2015), World Championship bronze medalist (2016, 2017).

Individual physical training coach
Age 37 years (24.09.1982)

Graduated from the Saint Petersburg military physical culture institute and the Ural academy of state service (Yekaterinburg). Master of Sports.

Teacher at the Pavel Datsyuk Academy, has been a coach since 2004. Denis won the 2017 KHL Gagarin Cup and 2018 Continental Cup in SKA's coaching staff.

Alexandr Troshin
Physical training coach
Age 67 years (02.01.1953)

Graduated from Smolensk physical training institute in 1977. Worked as an athletics coach in youth sport school in Moscow, also in CSKA youth sports school. In different years from 1982 till 2012 worked as a coach of USSR and Russian national athletic teams. Works individually with hockey players since 2002. Worked at SKA in 2013/14 season. Physical training coach of Russian national hockey teams since 2018.

As a coach - 15 titles of USSR and Russian Champions, bronze medalist of Russian volleyball championship.

Lars Johansson
Methodist coach
Age 49 years (12.04.1970)

Head coach of the Skelleftea youth team (2007-2008), general manager of Skelleftea (2008-2016). General manager of Zurich (2016-2018).

Swedish champion (2013, 2014), Swedish championship silver medalist (2011, 2015, 2016).

Daniel Bochner
Player Development Coach
Age 35 years (05.09.1984)

Player Development Coach, National hockey development program Red Machine. Played 5 seasons of Junior Hockey in Canada before moving to Europe to play for 2 seasons. Represent Israel at 13 IIHF World Championships winning a Gold Medal in 2004/2005 (D2) & 2010/2011, a Silver Medal in 2000/2001 (D2), and a Bronze Medal in 2001/2002 & 2006/2007 (D2).

Daniel has been developing and delivering systematic hockey development models applicable to players and hockey organizations worldwide for over a decade. He established Universal Hockey development academy based in Toronto, Canada. He has been hired to conduct Master Classes worldwide for clubs, federations and schools.

He is a Hockey Canada High Performance skills coach with extensive certifications and qualifications in individual technical and tactical player development.

Daniel has worked with and graduated numerous players to the NHL and professional hockey.

Pyotr Vorobyov
Deputy general director for developing young players
Age 71 years (28.01.1949)

As a player, Pyotr Vorobyov played for Dynamo Kyiv and Dinamo Riga. After his playing career finished, he worked in Latvia and Germany, while also coaching various clubs in Russia and winning the World Junior Championship with the under 20 Russian national team. In 2006, he became the head coach of the Latvian national team, and he helped Russia win World Championship gold and Olympic silver as the national team head coach's assistant. Under his leadership, Dynamo Moscow won the 1993 Multi-National League, Torpedo Yaroslavl won the championship and Lada Togliatti claimed the Continental Cup. Between 2010 and 2014, Pyotr worked in Yaroslavl as head coach of the KHL, MHL and VHL teams. Since 2015, he's been a part of the SKA system. He has managed SKA-1946 and SKA-Neva, and during the World Cup of Hockey, he was SKA's head coach. In 2017, he became the SKA deputy general director for developing young players.

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