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Yubileinyi Sports Palace
Yubileinyi Sports Palace means 'Jubilee Sports Palace'.  The stadiums were built and named after a jubilee anniversary in the year of their completion (e.g. the 250th anniversary of the founding of the town or maybe, the 10th anniversary of first flight in space etc).
i. Almetievsk, Russia.
Home ice for : Neftyanik Almetievsk
Capacity : 2,500
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet
ii.
Orsk, Russia.
Home ice for : Nosta-Yuzhnyi Ural Novotroitsk-Orsk
Capacity : 4,500
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet 
iii.
St Petersburg, Russia.
Home ice for : HC SKA St Petersburg
Capacity : 2,500
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet
iv. Tver, Russia.
Home ice for :
THC Tver
Capacity : 2,000
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet 
v. Voronezh, Russia.
Home ice for : HC Voronezh
Capacity : 
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet 
Yugiang, Pan (- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for China in 1997.
Yugoslav Hockey League
Founded in 1946. See Yugoslavian Championship
Yugoslav Ice Hockey Federation
Beograd (Belgrade), Yugoslavia. The organisation that now administers ice hockey in Yugoslavia.
Yugoslav Ice Hockey Union
Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Founded in 1930. Organised the Yugoslav Mens National Team which played its first game in 1934 against Romania. Organisation became the Yugoslav Ice Hockey Federation.
Yugoslav Mens National Team
See Yugoslavia
Yugoslav Winter Sports Union
Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Founded in 1921. Ice Hockey was a section within the Union.
Yugoslavian Championship
Yugoslavian Cup

An open cup competition. Also known as the Yugoslav Kup. 
Yule, Chris (1975- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Japan in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Yunost Minsk (HC Yunost Minsk)
See Minsk (HC Yunost Minsk)
Yunost Sport Palace
Chelyabinsk, Russia.
Home ice for : Traktor Chelyabinsk
Capacity : 3,500
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet
Yurzinov, Vladimir (1940- )
Born in Moscow, Russia. Centre. Father of Vladimir Yurzinov Jr.
International Career (playing) : Played for the USSR in the 1961, 1963 & 1969 World Championships.
International Career (coaching) : Coached the USSR 1977-91 (assistant), Latvia in the 1999 World Championships Pool A (assistant), Russia in the 2002 & 2006 Olympics (assistant).
Club Career (playing) : Played for Dynamo Moscow 1957-72.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Dynamo Moscow 1974-79 & 1989-92 and Dynamo Riga, TPS Turku, EHC Kloten.
Medals : Won World Championship bronze in 1961.
Won European Championship silver in 1961.
Won World Championship gold in 1963 & 1969.
Won European Championship gold in 1963 & 1969.
Honours : Elected to the IIHF Hall of Fame in 2002 (player/coach).
Elected to the Soviet Hockey Hall of Fame in 1963.
His number 17 jersey has been retired by Dynamo Moscow.
Yurzinov, Vladimir Jr (1965- )
Born in Moscow, Russia. Son of Vladimir Yurzinov.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached CSKA Moscow 2002-03 (assistant) and Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 2003- .
Yushkevich, Dimitri (1971- )
Born in Yaroslavl, USSR. Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Unified Team in the 1992 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Dynamo Moscow 1991-92, Philadelphia Flyers 1992-95 and Toronto Maple Leafs 1995- .
Honours : NHL World All-Stars Roster 2000.
Yuzhny Ural Orsk
Russia. Played in the Russian Premier League 2001- .
General manager : ... 
Head coach : Yuri Perezhogin 2002- .
Team captain : ...
All-time best players : ...

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