Hockey: people

Glen Hanlon: Returning Home A Canadian hockey player and a prominent coach, Glen Hanlon is the one who prepares Belarusian National Hockey Team for the coming Championship hoping for no less than to beat the achievement of 2006. more info
Andrey Kovalev: An International Favourite Andrey Kovalev is one of the most eminent people in the history of Belarusian hockey, Master of Sport of the USSR, International Class, Merited Master of Sport of the Republic of Belarus, twice champion of the USSR and devoted player of the Belarusian National Hockey Team. more info
Ruslan Salei: One of the Best Ruslan Salei, a widely known hockey-player, is a legednary person in the history of the hockey of Belarus. He was born on November 2, 1974 in Minsk, but his life wasn't rather long. He could have done much more for the hockey of his Motherland, but the fate decided for itself and Salei died on a plane-crash on September 7, 2011 in Russia, near Yaroslavl. more info
Andrei Skabelka: Playing and Coaching Andrei Skabelka is a belarusian hockey-player, master of sports and a a hockey coach. He was born on January 20, 1971 in the USSR (BSSR, Minsk) and despite the fact has always remained a citizen of the Republic of Belarus since 1992, Skabelka had been playing not just for belarusian clubs. The list of the foreign clubs includes lots of Russian clubs (Novosibirsk, Kazan', Moscow, etc). more info
Andrei Kostitsyn: Hero From Province Andrei Kostitsyn is a living proof of the fact that provincial people do have real impetus to achieve more in their lives. Born on February 3, 1985 in Novopolotsk (Vitebsk region), rather far away from the capital of the country, he managed to become the most resultative Belarusian hockey-player in the history of the National Hockey League. more info
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