Leonids Tambijevs

Leonids Tambijevs

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Leon─źds Tambijevs (born September 26, 1970 in Riga, Latvian SSR, Soviet Union) is a retired ice hockey left winger, currently the head coach of HK Riga.

Playing career

Tambijevs began his career with the Dinamo Riga youth team. As a junior he played with several Latvian teams. He debuted at the USSR Tier III level with RASMS-Energo, but soon joined USSR top level team Leningrad SKA for the 1990/1991 season. He then returned to Riga where had played until 1995 with ex-USSR league premier level teams Riga-Stars and HK Pardaugava.

After the disbanding of Riga premier league teams in 1995, Tambijevs moved abroad and played with Denmark team Hvidovre IK. A career highpoint includes a spot with Finnish SM-liiga at Rauma Lukko. He then played in Germany, Denmark, Russia, Switzerland, Italy, and spent his final season with EV Zeltweg in Austria

Tambijevs has an extensive Latvian national ice hockey team career. He made his debut at the first official renewed national teams' game in 1992 and has played at every world championship, Olympic qualifier and Olympic Games for the Latvian team until 2007. On 13 April, 2007 in a Latvian game against Finland, Tambijevs and Aleksandrs Semjonovs became the first two players to play 200 games for the Latvia national team. He has played the most games and scored the most points for the national team.

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