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Stanislav has an impressive hockey background, both as a player and coach. He will be bringing many years of experience and expertise to the “Future Star” Hockey School. Stanislav is from Chelyabinsk, Russia, where he played youth hockey. Till the age of 18 he represented the USSR Junior National Team along with such stars as Pavel Bure, Sergei Zubov, Alex Zhamnov, and others. He played in the Russian Super League for 11 years for teams that include Metallurg, Tractor, Mechel, and Avtomobilist, Karaganda. During his pro career he continued his formal hockey education, studying at the Ural State Academy of Physical Education, Chelyabinsk, Russia. He has a Bachelor Degree in Physical Education and he was titled the “Master of Sports in Hockey”. He currently continues his professional education at the University of Texas at Arlington, USA.

Stanislav is a highly respected member of the ice hockey community worldwide and has coached for numerous highly reputable youth hockey clubs of the United States and Canada including the International Russian Hockey Club, Alliance Youth Hockey Association (D/FW), the Ice Jets Hockey Association (D/FW), Texas Attack Hockey Association, Colleyville High School Hockey Association, and Keller ISD Hockey Association. He works with the professional hockey team Mechel, Chelyabinsk as a special teams consultant and skills instructor. Stanislav currently holds the position of Hockey Director of Keller ISD Hockey Club. In 2005 Stanislav was named “The Coach of the Year”.

Mikhail brings a great passion and knowledge to the “Future Star” hockey school. During his extensive hockey career he represented such teams as “Amurstal”, “Kedr”, “Avtomobilist, Ekaterinburg”, and “Mechel” Chelyabinsk. Mikhail has a Bachelor Degree in Physical Education from the Ural State Academy of Physical Education in Chelyabinsk, Russia. After his graduation, Mikhail remained with the University as one of the professors in College of Hockey Education.


Valery is one of the most outstanding Russian hockey players in Russia and NHL. He brings a wealth of knowledge and 18 years of professional hockey experience to the “Future Star” Hockey School. Valery knows the value of the individual skills not from books and research, but from his own playing experience. During his successful hockey career he represented such teams as Traktor, Red Army, San Diego Gulls, Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Long Beach Ice Dogs, Baltimore Bandits, Metallurg, Lada, and Dinamo. Valery was also one of the key players in the World Championships of 1991, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2002. He took part in the Olympic Games of 1994. He was a World Champion in 1993, champion of Euroleague in 1991 and 2002, and champion of Russia in 1991. While pursuing his hockey career, Valery successfully graduated from the Ural Academy of Physical Education with the Bachelor and Master Degrees in Ice Hockey.


Sergey Deshevyy is a native of Kiev, Ukraine. While in the Ukraine, he completed his sport training with 'SOKOL-Kiev', the Olympic Reserve for Juniors. As a member of the junior team, Sergey participated in the European Championships in the Under-18 division where the team took first place. Sergey was a member of the 1995-1996 Ukrainian Hockey Junior Combined team and played on the 1996-1997 World Champion Under-20 team. As member of the student combined hockey team of Ukraine, he took 1st place in the World Student Games in 1999 and was awarded the rank of the Master of Sport of Ukraine at an International level. Sergey has spent four years at the Turcotte Stick Handling School as an instructor and will continue on this year. Sergey worked with such hockey organizations as Ice Jets, Highland Park Scots, and Keller ISD Hockey Club.