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Round 2
Round 3
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




I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the OT winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round