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Andrei Troschinsky

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Height  6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
Name  Andrei Troschinsky
Shot  Left
Weight  84 kg
National team  Kazakhstan
Positions  Centerman
Playing career  1996–2015

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Born  February 14, 1978 Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union (1978-02-14)
NHL Draft  170th overall, 1998 St. Louis Blues
Died  December 21, 2015, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan
Played for  GKS Katowice, Worcester IceCats

Andrei Borisovich Troschinsky (Russian: Андрей Борисович Трощи́нский; February 14, 1978 – December 21, 2015) was a Kazakh professional ice hockey player, who played for Kazakhstan National Hockey Team at the 1999 Asian Winter Games. Troschinsky was a graduate of the Ust-Kamenogorsk ice hockey school. He was drafted 170th overall in the round six of 1998 NHL Entry Draft by St. Louis Blues, but never signed a contract or participated in a game with them. He was the younger brother of Alexei Troschinsky.


In the morning of 21 December, Troshchinksy felt unwell upon waking up and called an ambulance; while in the vehicle he had a heart attack and died.


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