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Oleg Petrov
Olegpetrov
Position Right wing
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
161 lb (73 kg)
KHL Team
F. Teams
Ak Bars Kazan
NHL
Montreal Canadiens (19922003)
Nashville Predators (2003)
Born April 18 1971 (1971-04-18) (age 45),
Moscow, Soviet Union
NHL Draft 127th overall, 1991
Montreal Canadiens
Pro Career 1989 – present

Oleg Mikhailovich Petrov (Олег Михайлович Петров; born April 18, 1971) is a professional ice hockey right winger . He currently plays for Ak Bars Kazan in Kontinental Hockey League. He played in the National Hockey League between 1992 and 2003.

Professional careerEdit

Petrov was drafted 127th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft, and became the first Russian to play for the team. He played in 382 career NHL games, scoring 72 goals and 115 assists for 187 points. The most goals he ever scored in a single season in the NHL was 24, and the most points he ever achieved was 47. He won a Stanley Cup in 1993 with the Montreal Canadiens; however, he did not play enough games to officially qualify, so his name was not put on the Stanley Cup.

He left the NHL to end his career in Switzerland and signed up with EV Zug in Switzerland's Nationalliga A. He was the team's leading scorer in 2004–05 with 30 goals and 23 assists.

In November 2007, Ak Bars Kazan, which had problems with their roster after losing their second line in the off-season, signed Oleg Petrov along with Jukka Hentunnen and Petr Ċajanek to form a new second line. In an interview to a Russian sport website, Oleg Petrov said that he will consider quitting professional hockey after this season.[1] In the summer of 2009, Oleg Petrov concluded a one-year contract with KHL team Atlant Mytishchi.[2]

Career statisticsEdit

Regular season Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1989–90 CSKA Moscow USSR 30 4 7 11 4
1990–91 CSKA Moscow USSR 43 7 4 11 8
1991–92 CSKA Moscow USSR 34 8 13 21 8
1992–93 Montreal Canadiens NHL 9 2 1 3 10 1 0 0 0 0
1992–93 Fredericton Canadiens AHL 55 26 29 55 36 5 4 1 5 0
1993–94 Montreal Canadiens NHL 55 12 15 27 2 2 0 0 0 0
1993–94 Fredericton Canadiens AHL 23 8 20 28 18
1994–95 Montreal Canadiens NHL 12 2 3 5 4
1994–95 Fredericton Canadiens AHL 17 7 11 18 12 17 5 6 11 10
1995–96 Montreal Canadiens NHL 36 4 7 11 23 5 0 1 1 0
1995–96 Fredericton Canadiens AHL 22 12 18 30 71 6 2 6 8 0
1996–97 HC Merano Serie A 12 5 12 17 4
1996–97 HC Ambri-Piotta NLA 45 24 28 52 44
1997–98 HC Ambri-Piotta NLA 40 30 63 93 60 14 11 11 22 40
1998–99 HC Ambri-Piotta NLA 44 35 52 87 52 15 9 11 20 32
1999–00 Montreal Canadiens NHL 44 2 24 26 8
1999–00 Quebec Citadelles AHL 16 7 7 14 4
2000–01 Montreal Canadiens NHL 81 17 30 47 24
2001–02 Montreal Canadiens NHL 75 24 17 41 12 12 1 5 6 2
2002–03 Montreal Canadiens NHL 53 7 16 23 16
2002–03 Nashville Predators NHL 17 2 2 4 2
2003–04 Genève-Servette HC NLA 48 24 32 56 97 12 4 5 9 18
2004–05 EV Zug NLA 44 30 33 63 85 8 1 5 6 45
2005–06 EV Zug NLA 32 11 21 32 58 7 3 3 6 42
2006–07 EV Zug NLA 42 12 40 52 95 12 4 6 10 18
2007–08 EV Zug NLA 18 6 8 14 8
2007–08 Ak Bars Kazan RSL 32 8 14 22 22 10 5 5 10 10
2008–09 Ak Bars Kazan KHL 54 9 12 21 24 21 5 2 7 20

International statisticsEdit

Year Team Event Place   GP G A Pts PIM
1991 Soviet Union WJC Silver medal icon 7 4 4 8 4
1999 Russia WC 5th 6 0 2 2 4
2000 Russia WC 11th 6 1 1 2 4

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