Oleksei Voytsekhovsky

From Kazakhstan Encyclopedia

Template:Infobox ice hockey player Oleksei Voytsekhovsky (Template:Lang-uk, born May 10, 1987) is a Ukrainian ice hockey forward currently playing in the Turkish Ice Hockey Super League for Zeytinburnu Belediyespor. He was a member of the Ukraine national junior team. The Template:Height tall player at Template:Convert shoots right-handed.[1]

Playing career


Voytsekhovsky began his ice hockey career at hie hometown club HK Kiev in 2002 appearing in the regional Eastern European Hockey League B, which was formed by the neighboring countries Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania and Ukraine. He then played for HK Gomel-2 (2004–2005), Sokil Kiev-2 and Sokil Kiev in his country before he moved to Kazakhstan to join Gornyak Rudny (2009–10) and then Kazakhmys Satpaev (2010–11). In 2011, he returned home to play for the teams Sokil Kiev-2, Sokil Kiev, HK Kryzhynka Kompanion, HC Donbass-2, Kharkivski Akuly and Bilyy Bars Brovary. In 2014, he signed a contract with the Istanbul-based club Zeytinburnu BSK to play in the Turkish Ice Hockey Super League.[1]

He enjoyed winning twice the champion title in the 2014–15 and 2015–16 Turkish Super League seasons.[2] His team won the first round of the 2016–17 IIHF Continental Cup and advanced to the second round.[3]


Voytsekhovsky was a member of the Ukraine national U-18 team and took part at the IIHF World U18 Championships in 2004 Division II and 2005 Division I.[4][5]

With the Ukraine national junior team he appeared at the IIHF World U20 Championship in 2004, 2005 Division I and 2006 Division I.[6][7][8]





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