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Alexey Morozov

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Languages: Russian
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Alexey Morozov is a retired Russian professional ice hockey player.

He played professional hockey with the Pittsburgh Penguins in the National Hockey League (NHL) and in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) with AK Bars Kazan and CSKA Moscow.

He is the former captain of the Russian national team, having held the post from 2007–2011, with the team winning 2 gold, 1 silver (missed tournament due to injury, Kovalchuk captained) and 1 bronze medal at the World Championships during this time. He was succeeded, as national team captain, by his Ak Bars team mate Ilya Nikulin, in 2012.

Honours:

  • CIS - Rookie of the Year: 1994–95;
  • World Junior Championship All-Star 1996;
  • Best Best Forward at WJC 1997;
  • Olympic Silver Medal (Russia): 1998;
  • Russian Super League Championship: 2006;
  • Ceska Pojistovna: 2006 Kubok Pervogo Kanala: 2006;
  • RSL Goal Scoring Champion: 2006;
  • RSL Playoff MVP: 2006;
  • European Champions: 2007;
  • Best Forward (ECC): 2007;
  • Most Valuable Player (ECC): 2007;
  • RSL Goal Scoring Champion: 2007;
  • RSL MVP: 2007;
  • Best Forward (IHWC): 2007;
  • World Championship (Russia): 2008;
  • Gagarin Cup: 2009;
  • KHL Playoff MVP: 2009;
  • World Championship (Russia): 2009;
  • Gagarin Cup: 2010.