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Boris Olegovich Mironov (Russian: Борис Олегович Миронов, born 21 March 1972) is a Russian former professional ice hockey defenceman. He is the younger brother of Dmitri Mironov.

Contents

1 Playing career 2 International play 3 Transactions 4 Career statistics

4.1 International statistics

5 See also 6 External links

Playing career[edit] Mironov began his hockey career with five seasons playing for HC CSKA Moscow. Selected in the second round of the 1992 NHL Entry Draft
NHL Entry Draft
27th overall, by the Winnipeg Jets, Mironov only played 65 games for the Jets in his rookie season before he was dealt to the Edmonton Oilers as part of a package that allowed Winnipeg to obtain fellow defenceman Dave Manson. Despite a dip in his performance immediately after the trade, Mironov's play was good enough to be named to the NHL All-Rookie Team. Mironov spent parts of six seasons as a top-two defenseman with the Oilers before being dealt to the Chicago Blackhawks. During his time in Edmonton, the fans and media often referred to him as BoBo. After being dealt to Chicago, Mironov's play tailed off. Despite a good first season with the team, his offensive production got less and less with each season. In 2003, he was traded to the New York Rangers where things did not improve much, eventually retiring after the 2003-04 season. Mironov came out of retirement in 2006, suiting for Russian side Vityaz Chekhov. He played one season with the team before retiring for good in 2007. International play[edit] Mironov is a two-time Olympian for the Russian national ice hockey team. He won a silver medal in 1998 in Nagano, Japan
Japan
where he played with his brother Dmitri. He also won a bronze medal in 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Transactions[edit]

20 June 1992 - Winnipeg drafts Mironov 15 March 1994 - Winnipeg trades Mironov, along with Mats Lindgren
Mats Lindgren
and 1st (Jason Bonsignore) and 4th (Adam Copeland) round draft picks to Edmonton in exchange for Dave Manson and a 6th round draft pick (Chris Kibermanis) 20 March 1999 - Edmonton trades Mironov, along with Jonas Elofsson and Dean McAmmond
Dean McAmmond
to Chicago in exchange for Chad Kilger, Ethan Moreau, Daniel Cleary
Daniel Cleary
and Christian Laflamme 8 January 2003 - Chicago trades Mironov to the Rangers for a 4th round draft pick.

Career statistics[edit]

    Regular season   Playoffs

Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM

1988–89 CSKA Moscow USSR 1 0 0 0 0 — — — — —

1989–90 CSKA Moscow USSR 7 0 0 0 0 — — — — —

1990–91 CSKA Moscow USSR 36 1 5 6 16 — — — — —

1991–92 CSKA Moscow CIS 28 2 1 3 18 8 0 0 0 4

1992–93 CSKA Moscow IHL 19 0 5 5 20 — — — — —

1993–94 Winnipeg Jets NHL 65 7 22 29 96 — — — — —

1993–94 Edmonton Oilers NHL 14 0 2 2 14 — — — — —

1994–95 Edmonton Oilers NHL 29 1 7 8 40 — — — — —

1994–95 Cape Breton Oilers AHL 4 2 5 7 23 — — — — —

1995–96 Edmonton Oilers NHL 78 8 24 32 101 — — — — —

1996–97 Edmonton Oilers NHL 55 6 26 32 85 12 2 8 10 16

1997–98 Edmonton Oilers NHL 81 16 30 46 100 12 3 3 6 27

1998–99 Edmonton Oilers NHL 63 11 29 40 104 — — — — —

1998–99 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 12 0 9 9 27 — — — — —

1999–00 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 58 9 28 37 72 — — — — —

2000–01 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 66 5 17 22 42 — — — — —

2001–02 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 64 4 14 18 68 1 0 0 0 2

2002–03 Chicago Blackhawks NHL 20 3 1 4 22 — — — — —

2002–03 New York Rangers NHL 36 3 9 12 34 — — — — —

2003–04 New York Rangers NHL 75 3 13 16 86 — — — — —

2006–07 Vityaz Chekhov RSL 46 4 8 12 147 2 0 0 0 6

2008–09 HC Rys Podolsk RUS-2 41 9 24 33 54 — — — — —

2009–10 Krylya Sovetov Moscow RUS-2

NHL totals 716 76 231 307 891 25 5 11 16 45

International statistics[edit]

Year Team Event Place   GP G A Pts PIM

1989 Soviet Union EJC 01 ! 5 3 2 5 2

1990 Soviet Union EJC 02 ! 6 1 0 1 0

1991 Soviet Union WJC 02 ! 6 0 3 3 0

1992 CIS WJC 01 ! 7 2 2 4 29

Junior Int'l Totals 24 6 7 13 31

1996 Russia WC 4th 8 1 4 5 12

1998 Russia Oly 02 ! 6 0 2 2 2

2002 Russia Oly 03 ! 6 1 0 1 2

Senior Int'l Totals 20 2 6 8 16

See also[edit] Notable families in the NHL External links[edit]

Boris Mironov career statistics at The Internet Hockey Database Boris Mironov profile at Eurohockey.com Boris Mironov player profil

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