Artyom Andreyevich Chubarov

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RussiaRussia  Artyom Chubarov Ice hockey player
Date of birth December 13, 1979
place of birth Gorky , Russian SFSR
size 185 cm
Weight 93 kg
position center
Shot hand Left
NHL Entry Draft 1998 , 2nd round, 31st position
Vancouver Canucks
Career stations
until 1997 Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
1997-1999 HK Dynamo Moscow
1999-2004 Vancouver Canucks
2004-2005 HK Dynamo Moscow
2005-2008 HK Awangard Omsk
2008-2009 Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
2010 HK Dynamo Moscow

Artyom Andreevich Tschubarow ( Russian Артём Андреевич Чубаров ; born December 13, 1979 in Gorky , Russian SFSR ) is a former Russian ice hockey player . He has been an assistant trainer at Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod since 2014 .


Artyom Chubarow began his career as a hockey player in his hometown in the youth field of Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod , for whose professional team he made his debut in the second-rate Vysschaya League in the 1996/97 season . As a second division champion, the attacker rose to the super league with Novgorod this season . However, he himself moved to HK Dynamo Moscow , with whom he finished second in the European Hockey League in 1998 and 1999 . He failed with his team at the VEU Feldkirch from Austria and the league rivals HK Metallurg Magnitogorsk . At Metallurg he failed with Dynamo in the 1998/99 season in the playoff final for the Russian championship.

Michael Peca (left) and Artyom Tschubarow in the face-off (2002/03 season)

During his time at Dynamo Moscow, the left-shooter was selected in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft in the second round as a total of 31st player by the Vancouver Canucks . For the Canadians he played regularly in the National Hockey League from 1999 to 2004 , but at the beginning he was also used for their farm teams Syracuse Crunch and Manitoba Moose in the American Hockey League and the Kansas City Blades in the International Hockey League .

For the 2004/05 season, Chubarov returned to the Russian Super League, where he received a contract with his ex-club HK Dynamo Moscow. With the capital city he became Russian champions for the first time this season . Following this success, the former international signed with HK Awangard Omsk , with whom he became runner-up in 2006. At European level, he and Awangard finished second in the IIHF Continental Cup in the 2006/07 season behind HK Junost Minsk from Belarus . For the 2008/09 season he moved to Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod, where he had started his professional career twelve years earlier. For Torpedo he scored a total of four goals in 43 games in the newly formed Continental Hockey League and prepared another 17. At the end of the season, however, his contract was not extended. In February 2010 he was signed for the third time by Dynamo Moscow. By the end of the season he played two games before ending his career.


For Russia , Chubarov took part in the Junior World Championships in 1998 and 1999 and the World Cup of Hockey in 2004 .

Achievements and Awards



Seasons Games Gates Assists Points Penalty minutes
NHL Regular Season 5 228 25th 33 58 40
NHL playoffs 3 27 0 4th 4th 4th
KHL main round 2 42 4th 17th 21st 2
KHL playoffs 1 3 0 0 0 2

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