Co-founder of the club and the Head coach of the Ukrainian National Hockey Team – now leading Kyiv Capitals.

We are thrilled to introduce Vadym Shakhraychuk as the guiding force behind our inaugural season. A seasoned expert and a prominent figure in Ukrainian hockey, Vadym played a pivotal role in establishing our club. Beyond sporting accomplishments, he envisions a robust foundation for our club’s growth, fostering sustainable development within the realm of professional hockey.

Under the leadership of our Head Coach, the club is currently shaping its blueprint and training regimen in preparation for the upcoming championships of the 2023/2024 season.


Vadym Shakhraychuk is a distinguished Ukrainian hockey player, renowned as a central forward. He holds records for both the number of matches played and points scored in the annals of the Ukrainian National Hockey Team. Vadym Valeriyovych also serves as the Head Coach of the Ukrainian National Hockey Team.

His playing career includes stints with “Sokil” (Kyiv), ShVSM (Kyiv), “Nuremberg Ice-Tigers” (Germany), various clubs across the Russian Federation, ATEK (Kyiv), and HC “Zvolen” (Slovakia).

He proudly participated in 133 matches (47+45) donning the Ukrainian national colors. He represented his country in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games (4 matches, 2+0) and contributed to the World Championships in 1995 (group C), 1997 (group C), 1998 (group B), 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006.