Arizona Coyotes
Arizona Coyotes
Maxim Goncharov
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 06/15/1989
AGE: 26
DRAFTED: PHX: 2007-123 overall
Signed as a free agent by CSKA Moscow (KHL), June 3, 2013. Signed as a free agent by Omsk (KHL), November 5, 2013.

2014-15: Posted 1-0-1 with 16 PIM in 15 games with Avangard Omsk (KHL)…Tallied 0-1-1 with 29 PIM in 12 postseason games…2013-14: Skated in 21 games with CSKA Moskva, recording 3-4-7 and 24 PIM…Registered 3-3-6 and 100 PIM in 27 games with Avangard Omsk…2012-13: Appeared in 45 games with Portland (AHL)…Registered 2-13-15 and 114 PIM…Ranked second on the team in PIM…Set AHL career highs in assists and PIM…Signed with SKA Saint Petersburg (KHL) on June 3, 2013…2011-12: Skated in 45 games with Portland (AHL), recording 1-3-4 and 37 PIM…Scored his lone goal of the season vs. Wilkes-Barre/ Scranton, Nov. 18…Registered first point (assist) as a Pirate at St. John’s, Oct. 26…Made his Portland debut at Bridgeport, Oct. 8…2010-11: Appeared in his first professional season with San Antonio (AHL), recording 6-9-15 and 65 PIM in 61 games…Ranked second among Rampage defensemen in goals and points…2009-10: Appeared in 51 games for CSKA Moscow of the KHL (Russia)…Recorded 4-13-17 with 52 PIM and a plus-5 rating…Scored each of his four goals on the power play to rank tied for second on the team in power play goals…Ranked third among CSKA defensemen in points…Scored one goal while appearing in three postseason games…2008-09: Registered 7-8-15 and 50 PIM in 47 games for CSKA Moscow…Ranked second among CSKA defensemen in goals and power play goals… Represented Russia at the 2009 IIHF World Junior Championship, helping his team to the bronze medal…Recorded 5-1-6 in seven games to lead the tournament in goals by a defenseman…Ranked second on the team in goals…Scored a goal in the bronze medal game vs. Slovakia…2007-08: Spent the majority of the season with CSKA Moscow, recording 3-3-6 in 47 games…Also collected two assists in six playoff games…2006-07: Appeared in 18 games for CSKA Moscow…Helped lead Russia to the gold medal at the 2007 IIHF U-18 World Championship.