Yegor Martynov Yegor                         Martynov Vladislav Syomin Vladislav                         Syomin
Yakovlev
Yegor
44

Russia

defense

Position

2019

Debut in Metallurg

17 Sep 1991

Born

182 cm / 86 kg

Height/Weight

Left

Shoots

STATISTICS FOR THE SEASON 2020-2021. Play-off

3 Points

2 Goals

1 Assist

19:36 TOI/G

Games

5

Penalty PIM

2

+/-

-5

%SOG

12.5

PPG

1

SHG

GWG

%FO

Glossary
TOI/G
Average time on ice/Game
PPG
Power play goals
Penalty
Penalty in minutes
SHG
Shorthanded goals
GWG
Game winning goals
%SOG
Shots on goal percentage
%FO
Faceoffs won percentage
2020-2021
Play-off
3 очка
Regular season
27 очков
2019-2020
Play-off
0 очков
Regular season
16 очков

Achievements

  • Olympic Games

    • 
                                                 Olympic Games - 2018
      2018
  • Gagarin Cup

    • 
                                                 Gagarin Cup - 2017
      2017
  • World championship

    • 
                                                 World championship - 2015
      2015
    • 
                                                 World championship - 2014
      2014
    • 
                                                  - 2011
      2011
  • Universiade

    • 
                                                 Universiade - 2011
      2011
  • Russian Youth Championship

    • 
                                                 Russian Youth Championship - 2006
      2006
    • 
                                                 Russian Youth Championship - 2005
      2005

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Biography

Hockey school

HC Metallurg, Magnitogorsk

He started his professional career in 2008 with Ak Bars hockey club system. There he played with Ak Bars-2 in the RUS-3 and with Bars in the MHL. Yakovlev made his KHL debut playing with Ak Bars Kazan during the 2010/11 season. Later he moved to the SHL to play with Neftyanik.

On 20 October 2011, Yakovlev signed a three-year deal with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl. In 2015 he signed a three-year contract with KHL powerhouse SKA Saint Petersburg.

For the season 2018/19 he entered the NHL New Jersey Devils.

Club awards and honors

  • Olympic champion at the 2018 Winter Olympics as a member of Olympic Athlete from Russia team;
  • The Ice Hockey World Championship 2014 Winner;
  • The Ice Hockey World Championship 2015 Runner-Up;
  • The Gagarin Cup Winner 2017;
  • The Ice Hockey 2011 Winter Universiade Men’s Tournament Winner;
  • The IIHF Ice Hockey World Junior Championship 2005 and 2006 Winner.
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