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Сергей Климович

Позиция - центральный нападающий
Дата рождения - 8 мая 1974 года
Место рождения - г.Новосибирск, Россия
Рост - 188 см. Вес - 86 кг
Драфт - выбран 41-м в 1992 году командой "Чикаго Блэкхаукс"

С 1991 по 1994 гг выступал в московском "Динамо" - 76 матчей, 12 заброшенных шайб, пять результативных передач. Чемпион России 1993 года. 

Бронзовый призёр чемпионата Европы среди юниоров до 18 лет 1992 года. Играл за молодежную сборную России до 20 лет, занявшую шестое место на чемпионате мира 1993 года. 

В Америке выступал за команды из Индианаполиса, Лас-Вегаса, Квебека в ИХЛ и за Айдахо в Хоккейной Лиге Западного побережья. В 1998-2000 играл в Германии, в 2000-01 вернулся в московское "Динамо". В 2001-02 гг выступал за "Металлург" Магнитогорск, с 2002-03 в "Сибири". Лучший сезон 2002-03 гг - 25 очков (9+16) в 48 играх за новосибирскую команду. 

Из "Сибири" в 2005-06 гг перешел в "Спартак". Оттуда, в 2006-07 гг, обратно в "Металлург" Магнитогорск, где и завершил карьеру. 

Регулярные сезоны
1996-97 Чикаго 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - -
ВСЕГО   1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0  - - - - - - - -

Матч за матчем

Rk Age Date Tm Opp G A PTS +/- PIM EV PP SH S S% SHFT TOI
1 22-276 1996-12-09 CHI TOR L 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0


Saturday, November 22, 1997
Klimovich looking for big score


Sergei Klimovich is an easy-going person, friendly, affable and highly popular with his Thunder teammates. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound Russian center has been quick to help his teammates in whatever endeavor and has taken several of the young, non-English-speaking Russians under his wing, helping acclimate them to North America and, more particularly, Las Vegas. It seems Klimovich has done everything the Thunder could have wanted him to do -- except score. 

Heading into tonight's 7:05 game with the Kansas City Blades at the Thomas & Mack Center, the 23-year-old Klimovich has a goal and seven assists, with his first goal not coming until Friday's game at Utah. He is hardly the player that Thunder general manager Bob Strumm and coach Chris McSorley compared to ex-Thunder 51-goal scorer Sergei Zholtok when he was signed in September. Nobody knows that better than Klimovich.

"I think it's more mental than physical, to be honest with you," Klimovich said before Friday's game. "At first, when you don't score, you think you will in the next game. But after a while, it gets to be like a snowball. Every game, it gets tougher and tougher. You think more about scoring, and when you do that, you start thinking too much, and nothing happens."

McSorley has tried virtually everything to get Klimovich back on track. He has played him at center, tried him at right wing, matched him with scorers and paired him with grinders. 

Nothing had worked. He has shot when he should have passed and passed when he should have shot. Klimovich isn't certain which direction to head. He was benched for the first time in Wednesday's 4-3 shootout loss to Long Beach, replaced by Danny Shermerhorn, who was recalled from Tacoma of the West Coast Hockey League. 

Klimovich said he will return to basics in an attempt to get unraveled. He knows that with heavy scoring Jesse Belanger as the No. 1 center and captain Joe Day capably filling the No. 2 spot, he isn't being asked to carry the offensive load in the middle. 

But he knows some kind of a contribution is mandatory.

"I just think maybe I need to get the puck into the zone and let the guys forecheck," Klimovich said. "I can't worry now about making the high-skill, pretty plays. It's time to get some hard-working goals, tipped shots at the net, that type of things. Maybe that's what will help me get back." 

"ЗВЁЗДЫ С ВОСТОКА" @ c 1997 года
Данные подготовлены Дмитрием Поповым.
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