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Ervīns Muštukovs
Born April 7, 1984,
Riga
Height
Weight
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
194 lb (88 kg; 13 st 12 lb)
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
Chance Liga team
F. teams
HC Poruba
Latvijas hokeja līga
HK NIK'S-Brih
Stalkers Juniors Daugavpils
Metalurgs Liepaja
HK Rīga 2000
Dinamo Juniors Riga
Olimp Rīga
EEHL B
Stalkers Juniors Daugavpils
QMJHL
Drummondville Voltigeurs
BHL
Metalurgs Liepaja
HK Rīga 2000
Dinamo Juniors Riga
SPHL
Knoxville Ice Bears
ECHL
Toledo Storm
Elmira Jackals
Gwinnett Gladiators
Cincinnati Cyclones
AHL
Manitoba Moose
KHL
Dinamo Riga
EIHL
Sheffield Steelers
Metal Ligaen
Odense Bulldogs
Esbjerg Energy
Aalborg Pirates
SuperElit
Mora IK J20
Allsvenskan
Mora IK
Ligue Magnus
Grenoble
Nice
Mulhouse
Ntl. team Flag of Latvia.png Latvia
Playing career 1999–present


Ervīns Muštukovs (born April 7, 1984 in Riga) is a Latvian professional ice hockey goaltender. He is currently playing for HC Poruba of the Chance Liga.

Muštukovs played for Latvia at the 2002 World U18 Championship Division I and at the 2003 and 2004 World Junior Championships Division I.

He was the back-up goalie for Latvia at the 2010 and 2014 Olympics and at the 2012 World Championship.

At the 2015 World Championship, Muštukovs was the first goalie of the Latvian National Team. Unfortunately, his first game at this tournament was also his last. The first game of Latvia at this World Championship was against Canada. Muštukovs played only first 24 minutes of this game as he was replaced by the second goalie Edgars Masalskis while Latvia was losing 0:5.

Achievements[]

  • Latvian League Top Goalie 02/03
  • QMJHL Player of the Week (Nov 16th) 03/04
  • SPHL Player of the Week 06/07
  • ECHL Player of the Week (Jan 31) 06/07
  • EIHL Player of the Month (September) 10/11
  • EIHL Player of the Week (x2) 10/11
  • EIHL Most Shutouts in a Season 10/11
  • EIHL First All-Star Team 10/11
  • EIHL Champion Sheffield Steelers 10/11
  • EIHL Best SVS % (92.2) 10/11
  • EIHL Most wins (46) 10/11
  • EIHL Best Goalie award 10/11

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