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Round 2
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Stanley Cup Final

Daniil Zharkov

North American Skater - Belleville, OHL
Final Rank:32Midterm Rank:19
Position:Left WingShoots:Left
Height:6' 3"Weight:197
Born:February 6, 1994
Born in:St. Petersburg, RUS
Drafted: 2012: EDM (3rd Round / 91st Overall)  Edmonton Oilers
• Despite missing the start of the year with a broken collarbone he sustained in training camp, Zharkov bounced back to record 36 points (23-13—36) in his first season in the OHL and rank third on Belleville in goals. He registered three points (1-2--3) in six playoff games.

• Zharkov competed for Team Russia at the 2012 Under-18 World Championship, posting five points (1-4--5) in six games.

• He split to the 2010-11 season between Serebryanie LVI St. Petersburg (MHL) and the Tri-City Storm (USHL). Zharkov recorded three points (1-2--3) in 12 games for St. Petersburg and 11 points (8-3--11) in 36 games for Tri-City.

• Zharkov started playing hockey when he was four and credits his parents for having the biggest influence on his career – “[I] always spend time with my dad and he encourage[s] me. Always talk with mom after game.”

FAVORITES

NHL team: Detroit Red Wings/Washington Capitals
NHL player: Pavel Datsyuk
Shootout move: Quick shot
Goal celebration: One-knee dust
Video game: NHL /Need for Speed
Movie: Warrior
Actress: Angelina Jolie
Website: Russian Facebook
Pump-up song: “Burn It to the Ground” by Nickelback
Home-cooked meal: Chicken with cheese and bacon/Salmon with white sauce
Activity away from the rink: Listening to music and relaxing

STATISTICS

SEASONTEAMLEAGUEGPGAPPIM
2010-2011LVI ST. PETERSBURG 2RUSSIA-JR.1212316
2010-2011TRI-CITYUSHL36831127
2010-2011VMF ST. PETERSBURG 2RUSSIA-JR.1212316
2011-2012BELLEVILLEOHL5023133625
2012-2013BELLEVILLEOHL5925184324
2013-2014NIZHNY NOVGORODRUSSIA4923535
2013-2014SAROVRUSSIA-261122




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— Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards on their win vs. the Penguins in Game 2, the franchise's first-ever Stanley Cup Playoff victory