German Michailowitsch Titow

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RussiaRussia  German Titov Ice hockey player
Date of birth October 18, 1965
place of birth Moscow , Russian SFSR
size 180 cm
Weight 80 kg
position center
Shot hand Left
NHL Entry Draft 1993 , 10th lap, 252nd position
Calgary Flames
Career stations
1982-1992 Chimik Voskressensk
1992-1993 TPS Turku
1993-1998 Calgary Flames
1998-2000 Pittsburgh Penguins
2000 Edmonton Oilers
2000-2002 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
2003-2005 Chimik Voskressensk

German Mikhailovich Titov ( Russian Герман Михайлович Титов * 18th October 1965 in Moscow , Russian SFSR ) is a former Russian ice hockey player , who from 1993 to 2002 for the Calgary Flames , the Pittsburgh Penguins , the Edmonton Oilers and the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in played the National Hockey League . Most recently he was the head coach of HK Tractor Chelyabinsk .


Titow began his senior career at the age of 17 in 1982 at Chimik Woskressensk . There he played until he moved to Finland to TPS Turku in 1992 . It was there that the Calgary Flames noticed him. They picked him up as 252 in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft .

Now 28 years old, he made his debut in the NHL with the Flames, where he was a valuable player for five years. When they were looking for a new goalkeeper, they gave Titow to the Pittsburgh Penguins for the 1998/99 season in exchange for Ken Wregget . At the end of the 1999/2000 season he moved briefly to the Edmonton Oilers where he only played seven games. His last stop in the NHL was the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim , where he also spent two seasons.

From 2003 he played again for two years in the Russian league at Chimik Voskressensk .

From May 2013 he was a member of the coaching staff at Metallurg Novokuznetsk and was promoted to head coach in October of the same year. In 2015 he left the club and became head coach at HK Spartak Moscow . In October 2016 he was released after 10 defeats from 17 games together with assistant coach Vyacheslav Koslow .

From December 2017 Titow was the head coach at HK Awangard Omsk , where he replaced Andrei Skabelka. After the 2017/18 season, he moved to HK Tractor Chelyabinsk in the same position . In October 2018 he resigned from office for personal reasons.

NHL statistics

Seasons Games Gates Assists Points Penalty minutes
Regular season 9 624 157 220 377 311
Playoffs 5 34 11 12 23 18th

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Титов уволен с должности главного тренера «Спартака». In: October 10, 2016. Retrieved January 19, 2017 (Russian).
  2. «Авангард» определился с новым главным тренером. In: December 31, 2017, accessed January 4, 2018 (Russian).
  3. Главный тренер "Трактора" Герман Титов подал в отставку. In: October 12, 2018, accessed October 16, 2018 (Russian).