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Russia Unveils 2022 Men's Olympic Roster

Russia has released its 25-man roster that will head to Beijing to try and win back-to-back gold medals.
Nikita Gusev

With the opening ceremony just a few weeks away, nations are continuing to unveil the rosters that they will send to Beijing to compete for gold. 

Russia is the latest country to announce the 25-man group that will compete on the world stage on Sunday evening, with the nation hoping to capture the first Olympic gold in its history after a series of underwhelming finishes. 

The full roster list can be found below. 


Sergey Andronov, Dmitry Voronkov, Mikhail Grigorenko, Arseniy Gritsyuk, Nikita Gusev, Pavel Karnaukhov, Artur Kayumov, Kirill Marchenko, Sergey Plotnov, Kirill Semyonov, Anton Slepyshev, Andrey Chibisov, Vadim Shipachev, Vladimir Tkachyov


Yegor Yakovlev, Alexander Nikishin, Damir Sharipzyanov, Sergei Telegin, Nikita Nesterov, Artem Minulin, Vyacheslav Voinov, Alexander Yelesin


Ivan Fedotov, Alexander Samonov, Timur Bilyalov

While the NHL opted to not send its players to Beijing last month, Russia's roster still has a sizeable big-league presence. 

Artem Anisimov takes the reigns atop the forward corps this year, with the former NHL veteran having suited up for 771 games for the New York Rangers, Columbus Blue Jackets, Chicago Blackhawks, and Ottawa Senators before heading to Yaroslavl of the KHL this offseason. 

Joining Anisimov is former Buffalo Sabre Mikhail Grigorenko, who logged a total of 249 NHL games throughout his career, most recently with the Blue Jackets last season, until returning home to Russia to suit up for CSKA Moscow. 

Nikita Gusev, Kirill Semyonov, Nikita Nesterov, and Vadim Shipachev all had cups of coffee in the NHL of varying lengths, with Nesterov's 170 games standing atop the rest of his peers. 

With the playing field as even as it ever has been this year, Olympic gold is anyone's for the taking. 


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