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Check out our current selection of Russia hockey jerseys below. Home, away, authentic and replica jerseys available. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with goalie jerseys and women's styles in stock. Olympics, World Juniors, World Championships, CCCP, Soviet era, KHL Russian club teams and more:

Pavel Bure Russia National Replica Hockey Jersey Made in Russia Size XL

Pavel Bure Russia National Replica Hockey Jersey Made in Russia Size XL
$34.93

Nail Yakupov Russia Lutch Authentic Hockey Jersey 48 Brand New Edmonton Oilers

Nail Yakupov Russia Lutch Authentic Hockey Jersey 48 Brand New Edmonton Oilers
$100.00

Team Russia Nike IIHF ALEXANDER OVECHKIN hockey jersey washington capitals

Team Russia Nike IIHF ALEXANDER OVECHKIN hockey jersey washington capitals
$104.00

CUSTOM NAME   VLADISLAV TRETIAK USSR CCCP RUSSIA HOCKEY RED JERSEY XS 5XL

CUSTOM NAME VLADISLAV TRETIAK USSR CCCP RUSSIA HOCKEY RED JERSEY XS 5XL
$34.75

Russia Chaptak Olympics Hockey Bauer Jersey XL

Russia Chaptak Olympics Hockey Bauer Jersey XL
$74.99

USSR hockey national team jersey Soviet Union  Russia

USSR hockey national team jersey Soviet Union Russia
$50.00

KHL CKA OFFICIAL LICENSED JERSEY SIZE 42 RUSSIA HOCKEY

KHL CKA OFFICIAL LICENSED JERSEY SIZE 42 RUSSIA HOCKEY
$42.46

PAVEL BURE 2002 Team Russia Nike Olympic Throwback Hockey Jersey

PAVEL BURE 2002 Team Russia Nike Olympic Throwback Hockey Jersey
$199.95

Russian National Team Hockey Jersey XL Nike Russia Olympic Alexander Ovechkin

Russian National Team Hockey Jersey XL Nike Russia Olympic Alexander Ovechkin
$54.95

OVECHKIN Hockey Jersey Team Russia Vancouver Olympics 2010

OVECHKIN Hockey Jersey Team Russia Vancouver Olympics 2010
$125.00

1996 TEAM Russia Authentic Nikolai Khabibulin HOCKEY JERSEY Nike 62 G World Cup

1996 TEAM Russia Authentic Nikolai Khabibulin HOCKEY JERSEY Nike 62 G World Cup
$199.99

CCM Hockey Jersey Nike Sergei Fedorov Red Wings Russia Olympic Size 48 RARE

CCM Hockey Jersey Nike Sergei Fedorov Red Wings Russia Olympic Size 48 RARE
$80.00

NEVER WORN Authentic Nike TEAM RUSSIA Olympic Ice Hockey JERSEY Mens LARGE Sewn

NEVER WORN Authentic Nike TEAM RUSSIA Olympic Ice Hockey JERSEY Mens LARGE Sewn
$75.00

Pavel Datsyuk Russia Hockey Jersey Mens 52

Pavel Datsyuk Russia Hockey Jersey Mens 52
$39.95

RARE Russian Russia Hockey Team Jersey 54

RARE Russian Russia Hockey Team Jersey 54
$94.99

Russia Poccha National Hockey Team Olympic Jersey Mens 56 Rare

Russia Poccha National Hockey Team Olympic Jersey Mens 56 Rare
$49.88



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More About Russia Hockey Jerseys

Although Canadians routinely consider their country the greatest hockey nation on the planet, Russian fans certainly have plenty of ammo to argue the point. Not only do they boast some of the greatest talent in the game today in players like Alexander Ovechkin, Evgeni Malkin, Pavel Datsyuk, Ilya Kovalchuk, Alexander Semin and Andrei Markov, but their international record going back decades speaks for itself. Granted, much of their success came as the USSR, not merely Russia, but the bulk of the players from that era were born in Russia, and Russian coaches implemented the systems and taught the skills that made the Soviets such a dominant force in the hockey world.

1972 Summit Series

Though the Russian teams had enjoyed plenty of Olympic success in the 1950's and 1960's, it wasn't until the 1972 Summit series that Canada and the rest of the world truly woke up to just how good this hockey nation was. Prior to that their Olympic Gold Medals had been shrugged off by North American players, mainly because Canada's NHL stars had never been able to compete in the Olympic games. As such, the tournament wasn't truly a best on best event. The Summit Series changed that.

The Soviets trounced Canada in game one by a 7-3 score, embarrassing them on home soil. The slick playmaking of Russian players like Valery Kharlamov, Boris Mikhailov and Vladimir Petrov and the incredible goaltending of Vladislav Tretiak, the greatest goaltender to even don a Russian hockey jersey, confounded the unprepared Canadian team, and Canada's NHL stars quickly realized they were in for a dog fight, not the cakewalk they had expected. Canada would eventually bounce back and win the series, but by the narrowest of margins, earning plenty of respect for the Soviet stars along the way.

Russian players in the NHL

It wasn't until the Soviet Union began to dissolve into independent states that players from the republic finally began to make their way over to North American shores to play in the NHL. Several players had been drafted by NHL in the 1970s and early 1980s, but had never played. In the 1988-89 season Sergei Priakin became the first Soviet player to arrive in the NHL, suiting up for the Calgary Flames. Stars like Sergei Makarov, Vyacheslav Fetisov, Igor Larionov, Pavel Bure, Sergei Fedorov, and Alexander Mogilny quickly followed suit. These stars quickly adapted to the smaller North American ice surface, and went on to become some of the most exciting, skilled, dominant players in the league.

When the Soviet Union dissolved completely in 1991 the trickle became a flood, as more and more Russians arrived, looking for fame, fortune and a chance to compete for the Stanley Cup. That flood eventually slowed, but despite the fact that Russia now has its own high-paying league (KHL) the best Russian players still make their way to the biggest hockey stage in the world - the NHL. Players like Ovechkin, Malkin and Datsyuk continue to dominate, and their fame and success attracts other young Russian stars to North American shores.

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia

For decades the Soviet national team owned the Olympic gold medal. Between 1964 and 1976 they only lost a single game, and routinely "went Globetrotter" on their opponents, dominating them as an NHL club would against a Canadian Junior hockey team. However, ever since 1998 when the NHL and the Olympic Committee started allowing professional stars attend the Winter Olympic Games the Russians have been unable to capture a gold medal. In Vancouver they had a team loaded with stars, but could never seem to get on the same page, and bowed out early, losing badly to Canada in the quarter-finals.

However, this nation has too much skill, too much pride, and too much history to allow their Olympic Gold Medal drought to go on much longer. In 2014 the Russians will play on their home soil and will legions of fans proudly wearing Team Russia hockey jerseys cheering them on. Players like Ovechkin, Malkin, Semin and Kovalchuk will be in their prime, and you can bet they will be hungry to take the gold.