|DRAFTED:||COL: 2004-72 overall|
|2012-13: Began the season with CSKA Moscow before being traded to Salavat Yulaev on Oct. 10…Recorded 12 points (5g/7a) in 29 games with Salavat after collecting two points (1g/1a) in nine games with CSKA Moscow. 2011-12: Ranked second on CSKA Moscow (KHL) in goals (12) and finished third in points (24)…Added two points (1g/1a) in five postseason contests.
2011-12: Ranked second on CSKA Moscow in goals (12) and finished third in points (24) while appearing in 32 games…Added two points (1g/1a) in five postseason contests.
2010-11: Led CSKA Moscow with 16 goals and finished second on the team in scoring with 33 points in 49 games…Ranked first on the club in even-strength goals (9) and tied for first in power-play goals (7).
2009-10: Finished as CSKA Moscow’s leading scorer with a career high 43 points (21g/22a) in 56 games…Also led the team in goals and assists, both of which were personal bests…Was one of only two CSKA players to appear in every game and finished +7 for the year…Represented his team at the 2010 KHL All-Star Game…Had one assist in three playoff games as CSKA Moscow was swept in the first round.
2008-09: Appeared in 48 games with CSKA Moscow…Tied for fifth on the team in assists (16) and was seventh in both goals (12-tie) and points (28)…Added one goal in eight postseason games.
2007-08: Recorded 35 points (12g/23a) in 56 games with CSKA Moscow in Russia…Finished fourth on the team in goals and fifth in points.
2006-07: Led CSKA Moscow in goals (18) and finished third in points (32)…Appeared in all 54 regular season games and all 12 playoff contests.
Other: Played for Russia at then 2005 IIHF World Junior Championship in North Dakota, collecting two assists in six games…Was a teammate of both Evgeni Malkin and Alex Ovechkin on that Russian Junior National Team.