|International Played a few exhibition games for the Soviet National Team and became a regular with Belarus National Team at the 1995 World Championships (Pool C) ... He was named the Best Forward of the tournament that year... Played for Belarus at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, recording one goal and three assists for four points in seven games.
Career Began his hockey career with Dynamo Minsk ... In 1989, he joined Dynamo Moscow ... Played two years with Dynamo Moscow and both years won the national title ... Came back to Dynamo Minsk in 1991-92 ... Spent the second half of the season with New Haven of the International Hockey League ... He was Washington's seventh choice, 114th overall, in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft ... Spent the 1992-93 season with Greensboro of East Coast Hockey League, but returned to Europe the following year ... Has spent the last five seasons playing in Germany, the last three with Krefeld Pinguine ... In 1997-98, he was the top scorer on his club with 24 goals and 12 assists for 36 points in 47 games.