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Slava Voynov
Slava Voynov
Defenseman  - LAK
Number: 26
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 194
Shoots: Right
Born: Jan 15, 1990  (Age 24)
Birthplace: Chelyabinsk, Russia
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Drafted: LAK / 2008 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (32nd overall) PROSPECT BIO

2013-14: One of four Kings to play in all 82 games…Kings are 103-59-22 all-time when he’s in the lineup (46-28-8 in 2013-14)...Points (five) in a career-high four straight games April 5-12 (1-4=5)…Assists (four) in a career-tying three straight games (fourth three-game assist streak of 2013-14), April 9-12…Other three-game assist streaks (March 6-10, 2014; Dec. 10-14, 2013; Nov. 9-14, 2013)…Goals (two) in a career-tying two straight games Oct. 15-17…PLAYOFFS: Rankings among NHL defensemen were the following: Tied for 10th in points, tied for eighth in assists and tied for 10th in PPP (four)…Ranked third on the Kings in TOI/gm (23:07).

2012-13: Tied for sixth among NHL defensemen in GWG (two)…Kings are 57-31-14 when he's in the lineup (27-16-5 in 2012-13)...Played in his 100th career game April 23, 2013 at MIN...Tied career high with three assists March 9, 2013 vs. CGY...Career high three assists March 4, 2013 vs. NSH...Two points (1-1=2) including GWG Feb. 25, 2013 vs. ANA...Two assists and plus-3 rating Feb. 11, 2013 at STL...PLAYOFFS: Tied for team lead in points, goals and plus-minus (plus-9)…Among NHL defensemen he ranked: tied for first in goals, tied for third in points, tied for fourth in plus-minus…His six playoff goals set a Kings playoff record for defensemen…Led NHL in GWG (four, which set Kings playoff record)…Scored OT game-winner in Game 5 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals (May 8, 2013 at STL).

2011-12: Among NHL rookie defensemen he ranked: tied for first in goals, tied for seventh in assists, third in points, tied for first in plus-minus (plus-12), tied for first in GWG (two), second in shots (86), ninth in TOI/gm (18:32), second in PPG (three), tied for eighth in PPA (three), tied for fourth in PPP (six) and ninth in hits (74)…Kings were 30-15-9 when he was in lineup…Assists (three) in three straight games (Feb. 28-March 6, 2012)...Two assists Dec. 31, 2011 vs. VAN...Two points (1-1=2) Nov. 17, 2011 at ANA...Recorded first three NHL points (2-1=3) Oct. 27, 2011 at DAL...Made NHL debut Oct. 18, 2011 vs. STL (plus-2 in game)…Recalled from Manchester three times during season…PLAYOFFS: Scored first career playoff goal April 28, 2012 at STL.

2010-11: AHL Second-Team All-Star…Led Manchester defensemen in the following categories: goals (tied for third among AHL defensemen), assists (led club overall, tied for ninth among AHL defensemen), points (seventh among AHL defensemen), PPG (7) and plus-minus (21, led club overall, tied for 15th in AHL, tied for ninth among AHL defensemen)…Named to 2011 AHL All-Star Team (had assist in game, second straight appearance)…Led Manchester defensemen in the playoffs in points (tied for third overall), assists (tied for third overall) and PPG (2, led club overall).

2009-10: Led Manchester in games played and club defensemen in shots (134)…Second among Manchester defensemen in points and assists…Tied for first among Manchester defensemen in PPG (5)…Named to Planet USA’s 2010 AHL All-Star Team (had assist in game, first appearance)…Helped Monarchs advance to the AHL’s Eastern Conference Finals.

2008-09: Tied for first among Manchester defensemen in goals, assists and points (all tied for second overall among Manchester rookies)…Ranked 14th among AHL rookie defensemen in points…Tied for first among Manchester defensemen and club rookies in PPG (3)…Made pro debut Oct. 11, 2008 at Portland.

2007-08: Played second season in Russian Super League with Chelyabinsk.  

2006-07: Made debut in Russian Super League.  
 
INTERNATIONAL PLAY: Played for Team Russia at the following tournaments: World Junior Championships (2009, 7 GP, 1-3=4, alternate captain, bronze medal), (2008, 7 GP, 0-1=1, bronze medal), (2007, GP, 1-4=5, silver medal)…World U18 Championships (2008, 6 GP, 1-4=5, silver medal), (2007, 7 GP, 1-3=5, gold medal).