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Ertis Pavlodar

  • Name in original language: СК Ертiс Павлодар
  • Year of foundation: 2001
  • Colours: white,green
  • Club status: active
  • Address: ul. Kairbaeva 87
    140000, Pavlodar
  • Phone: +7 (77182) 55-43-70
  • Fax: +7 (77182) 55-43-70
  • WWW: Ertis Pavlodar, Ertis Pavlodar
 

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Season 2018-2019

Club teams

This club in 2018-2019: Kazakhstan Vyschaya Liga

 
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
DAndrei Volgin13.07.1995183 cm83 kgN/A
FSergei Banashkov12.06.1986184 cm88 kgright
FArtur Shetle18.01.1997184 cm80 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Alexei Fetisov28.04.1974Head Coach

* no longer in the club

Ice Palace Astana Pavlodar

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Club was founded in 2001 as Irtysh but played just one season before to ceased activities for lack of an Ice Palace. With the building of Astana Ice Palace team was recreated in 2003 and played in Kazakhstan Championship and Russian Pervaya League, where was silver medalist in 2004.

In 2008-09 financial troubles affected team playing as "Team of Pavlodar Region" and finishing last in domestic league. In 2009, with the support of Pavlodar Region, team was recreated under the name Ertis

Notable players:
  • from 2001 to 2008: Irtysh Pavlodar
  • from 2008 to 2009: Sbornaya Pavlodarski Region
  • from 2009 to present: Ertis Pavlodar
League winners:
 

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Kazakhstan Cup calendar unveiled

Kazakhstan Federation published the calendar of Kazakhstan Cup 2017, held in the cities of Pavlodar (Group A) and Kokshetau (Group B). The ten partecipants will compete in two groups from 19 to 24 August and the winner of each group will play the final at Kokshetau Arena August,27.
Last season Kulager Petropavlovsk won the trophy by beating 2-1 Ertis Pavlodar in the final

(12 Jul 2017)
 

Kazakhstan Cup groups unveiled

The cities of Pavlodar and Kokshetau will host the 2016 edition of Kazakhstan Cup, from 20 to 28 August.
As usual the ten partecipating teams were placed in two groups. The winner of each group will play the final at Pavlodar on August 28

Group A (Pavlodar): Beybarys Atyrau, Ertis Pavlodar, Nomad Astana, HK Almaty, SHҚO Ust-Kamenogorsk

Group B (Kokshetau): Arlan Kokshetau, Kulager Petropavlovsk, HK Temirtau, Gornyak Rudny, HK Astana

(13 Jun 2016)
 

New coach at Ertis Pavlodar

Czech Ladislav Lubina was appointed as new headcoach of Ertis Pavlodar. Lubin replaces Slovak Julius Penzes, resigned after five years and three titles, due to bad start of the team in Kazakhstan League. Lubina, on Slavia Praha bench last season, signed last summer for another Kazakh team, Beybarys Atyrau, but resigned in August after the training camp. Curiously the first game for Lubina on Ertis bench will be against Beybarys.

"Now I will not talk a lot, we have a lot of work. I came here to help Ertis to take its rightful place in the standing" said Lubina during his presentation

(27 Oct 2015)
 

Ertis Pavlodar lost decisive game by forfeit

Cup holder and national champion Ertis Pavlodar was awarded a 5-0 forfeit loss in the last match of Kazakhstan Cup against Gornyak Rudny for alligning four young players born after 01 January 1991 instead of five, as determined by rules of competition. After the game, won by Ertis 3-2 after shootouts, Gornayk has filed a protest to the federation, which was examinated and accepted. Individual statistics for the game will be maintained, according to the rule

Thus, Gornyak Rudny won Group B and will play the final against Arlan Kokshetau, winner of Group A

Nomad Astana and Beybarys Atyrau will battle for the bronze. Both games are scheduled for August 29

(28 Aug 2015)
 

Ertis confirms title in Kazakhstan

Ertis Pavlodar won third consecutive title in Kazakhstan beating Arlan Kokshetau 4-1 in the final series. ertis won also Kazakhstan Cup and played in Continental Cup superfinals this season

(21 Apr 2015)
 

Ertis won Kazakhstan Cup

By beating cup holder Arlan Kokshetau 4-1 in the final played in Temirtau, national champion Ertis Pavlodar won for the first time the Kazakhstan Cup. Nomad Astana captured bronze medal defeating 2-1 at overtime Beybarys Atyrau. Tournament awards were assigned to Marek Pinc (Ertis) as best goalie, Aleksei Petushkov (Arystan Temirtau) as best defender and Maxim Bogatyrenko (Berkut Karaganda) as best forward

(02 Sep 2014)
 

Ertis and Arlan will face off in Kazakhstan Cup final

The 2014 edition of Kazakhstan Cup will have the same final of last year: cup holder Arlan Kokshetau and national champion Ertis Pavlodar dueling on Sunday at Termitau Ice Arena. Teams won their respective groups, while Nomad Astana and Beybarys Atyrau will play for bronze medal. Arlan won Kazakhstan Cup in last two editions

(30 Aug 2014)
 

Defender Artem Sokolov passed away

Russian defender Artem Sokolov, 32, passed away on July 13 during the training camp of Yermak Angarsk. Sokolov, recently moved to Yermak after two consecutive titles at Ertis Pavlodar in Kazakhstan, completed a nine-kilometers cross-country before getting sick. Sokolov was taken to the hospital where he died in the night. According to hospital Sokolov suffered a sunstroke. Temperatures in Irkutsk region this week reached anomalous 35 degrees. The day before, all players have passed medical tests.
VHL Director German Skoropupov said the league will conduct its own investigation about the death.

(14 Jul 2014)
 

Rubin Tyumen represent Russia in Continental Cup

VHL finalist Rubin Tyumen will represent Russia in next Continental Cup.
" VHL informed that our club will represent Russia in the Continental Cup as the best Russian club in VHL. We are ready for this" said Rubin Director Igor Efremenko.
VHL champion is Kazakh team Sary Arka Karaganda, but country will be represented by domestic champion Ertis Pavlodar

(08 May 2014)
 

Ertis confirms title

Ertis Pavlodar sweeps Arlan Kokshetau 4-0 in the playoffs series confirming title of Kazakhstan League.
Two Czech players from champion team, goalie Marek Pinc and forward Tomas Vak were nominated best goalie and best forward, while English Ben O'Connor from Arlan Kokshetau were awarded as best defender. Arystan Temirtau won bronze medal by beating Beybarys Atryau 3-2 in the series, with a decisive 4-5 at overtime.
Canadian Yanick Riendeau (Arlan) was League Topscorer

(12 Apr 2014)
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Ertis Pavlodar participates in season 2018-2019: Kazakhstan Vyschaya Liga

 
 
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