After a year in Kazakhstan, Pavel Razvadovsky returns to his home club Yunost Minsk.

IIHF World Championship 2018 Top Division – Royal Arena Copenhagen, Denmark:
Belarus vs Russia: #10 Pavel Razvadovsky, #10 Pavel Datsyuk: ©Puckfans.at/Andreas Robanser

Belarusian champion Yunost Minsk is a member of the Champions Hockey League and was looking for players. For Pavel Razvadovsky the opportunity to return to his hometown Minsk. The 30-year-old forward played with Ertis Pavlodar in Kazakhstan last season. In 60 players he scored a respectable 56 points (23 + 33). It was his first and only foreign stop so far, Pavel played his career only in Belarus. He started his career with “Yunior Minsk”, “Yunost Minsk” and subsequently played for “Shinnik Bobruysk”, “Keramin Minsk” and “Shakhter Soligorsk”. Razvadovsky also played for Dinamo Minsk in the KHL, playing four games in 2008-09. In the 2009-10 season he played 10 games and in the 2014-15 season he reached the play-offs with Dinamo. He also played alternately for Yunost during these years.

Razvadovsky’s career was very successful. With the Belarusian national team, he won the div at the IIHF U18 World Championship 2007. IA the gold medal, in the two following years with the U20 silver. His only World Cup with the Belarusian senior team was in Denmark 2018 in Copenhagen, where he was used in all seven games. With Dinamo Minsk he won the traditional Spengler Cup in Davos, Switzerland, in the 2008-09 season. With Yunost Minsk, Pavel Razvadovsky won the Belarusian championship twice in 2016 and 2019.