Pavel Dedunov is a Russian ice hockey player who is a member of the KHL or Kontinental Hockey League, one of the most popular ice hockey teams in Russia. Dedunov is a forward and has played for various teams from 2004 to 2011.

He played for Amur Khabarovsk-2 in the Russia 3 league from 2004 to 2008. He started playing for Amurskie Tigry in 2010. One of the best games Dedunov played in was against Wellington, where the bigger and older Russian team won with a score of 5-2 over the Wellington Dukes. The game was short but intense, but the Russians had practice after their previous exhibition matches with All-star squads from the Greater Ontario hockey junior league where they defeated the Niagara area team with a 7-4 score before moving on to another 11-4 win against a Mid-western team. Pavel’s hard laser cross ice from the face off gave a team a needed push towards the win. Dedunov was also included in the training camp roster for the Russian U20 National team as one of the forwards along with other hopefuls such as Nikita Filatov and Alexander Burmistrov.

Born 8 Apr 1990
Nationality Russian Federation Russian Federation

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