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Plotnikov
Sergei
16

Russia

forward

Position

2020

Debut in Metallurg

3 Jun 1990

Born

187 cm / 95 kg

Height/Weight

Left

Shoots

STATISTICS FOR THE SEASON 2020-2021. Play-off

9 Points

3 Goals

6 Assists

19:10 TOI/G

Games

12

Penalty PIM

28

+/-

-2

%SOG

16.7

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
9 очков
Regular season
43 очка

Achievements

  • Continent Cup

    • 
                                                 Continent Cup - 2018
      2018
  • Gagarin Cup

    • 
                                                 Gagarin Cup - 2017
      2017
  • World championship

    • 
                                                 World championship - 2014
      2014

Player news

Biography

Hockey school

HC Amur, Khabarovsk

Sergei Plotnikov signed 2-years deal with Metallurg.

He is a professional ice hockey player from Khabarovsk. Sergei debuted with Amur in the season 2009/10. After 3 seasons he moved to Lokomotiv from Yaroslavl and stayed for another 3 seasons. In his first North American season in 2015/16, Plotnikov played 32 games with Pittsburgh Penguins and 13 games with Arizona Coyotes.

As a free agent and with little success in the NHL, Plotnikov returned to Russia in agreeing to a two-year KHL contract with SKA Saint Petersburg in 2016. As a member of SKA Plotnikov won the Gagarin Cup in the season 2016/17.

In the last season with SKA he played 52 games, scored 31 (10+21) points, +/- rating is +9, 81 PIM, 97 hits, 11 BS, ATOI is 18:08 in the regular championship and 19:33 in the playoff.

Totally in the KHL he played 591 games, scored 325 (137+188) points, +/- rating is +97.

International play: Plotnikov won a gold medal with Russia at the 2014 World Championship, a silver medal with Russia at the 2015 World Championship and three bronze medals with Russia at the 2016, 2019 and 2019 World Championships.

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