Former coach of the avant-garde Ryabykin became Vorobyov’s assistant at Metallurg
MOSCOW, October 17 – RIA Novosti. Dmitry Ryabykin, former head coach of Avangard Omsk, became assistant to Ilya Vorobyov, president of the Continental Hockey League (KHL) club Metallurg, reported On the official website of the team from Magnitogorsk.
Ryabykin resigned from his position as head coach of Avangard last Monday after KHL’s regular season game against Kunlun Red Star (0:4).
The deal with the 46-year-old specialist is calculated until the end of the current season. Ryabykin will be in charge of the team’s defensive play. At the same time, all coaches in the current headquarters will continue to work.
Ryabykin was appointed head coach of Avangard on 1 May, replacing Bob Hartley, under whose leadership the club won the Gagarin Cup in the 2020/21 season. Ryabykin was the Canadian’s assistant.
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