Sergei Alexandrovich Zubov is a former professional ice hockey defender and former HC Sochi head coach of the Continental Hockey Federation. Zubov has played for the Dallas Stars, New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League as well as the SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL. Zubov has won the Stanley Cup twice: with the Rangers in 1994 and the Star in 1999. Zubov was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the 2019 tournament.
Offensive-minded defenseman who helped lead two different teams to the Stanley Cups in the 1990s: the New York Rangers in 1994 and the Dallas Stars in 1999.
He played for the Soviet Union's Red Army hockey team, HC CSKA Moscow.
He was never a flashy player, with just three All-Star appearances, but he was always dependable in the defensive zone.
He grew up in Moscow, Russia.
He, Alexei Kovalev, and Sergei Nemchinov were the first Russians to have their names engraved on the Stanley Cup.
Olympic ice hockey by unified team. St. Louis Blues staff. Binghamton Rangers players. Olympic gold medal for Team Unity. Ice hockey players at the 1992. Winter Olympics. Players SKA St.Petersburg. Medal winners at the 1992. Olympic Winter Games TM_VZ! Selection Draft of the New York Ranger. Dallas Stars players. Russian ice hockey defenders. HC fellow CSKA Moscow players. The stars of the National Hockey League. Pittsburgh Penguins player