Yashin

Yashin (Russian: Я́шин) or Yashina (Russian: Я́шина; feminine) is a Russian surname that may refer to:

  • Alexander Yashin (1913–1968), Russian poet and writer
  • Alexei Yashin (born 1973), Russian NHL ice hockey player
  • Ilya Yashin (born 1983), leader of Yabloko's youth wing
  • Lev Yashin (1929–1990), Russian football (soccer) goalkeeper
    • Yashin Award, a FIFA award named in his honor
  • Yashin, Scottish post-hardcore band.

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1999–2000 Ottawa Senators Season
... season is remembered by fans as the season that star forward Alexei Yashin decided to sit out due to his contract ... of a 5 year contract that he signed with Ottawa in 1995, however, Yashin wanted a hefty pay raise after his spectacular 1998–99 season, and set a deadline that the Senators had to give him a new contract, or he ... The Senators did not sign him, and Yashin sat out the entire 1999–2000 season ...
Kaze, Ghost Warrior - Story
... match for Kaze, the group flees, but not before their ringleader Yashin (an anthropomorphic ferret) reveals the identity of their boss, the feudal lord Soshi, a ... for killing, Kaze easily kills or scares off the fiends, leaving Yashin facing him alone ... Kaze dispenses lethal justice to Yashin, albeit compassionately, wishing Yashin safety and comfort in his next life free of any anger that might lead him down the same ...
Ilya Yashin
... Ilya Yashin (b ... Yashin is known for making passionate speeches at opposition rallies ... On 31 December 2010 Yashin was arrested for demonstrating in Moscow at another rally of Strategy-31 ...
Lev Yashin
... Lev Ivanovich Yashin (Russian Лев Ива́нович Я́шин, 22 October 1929 – 20 March 1990), nicknamed as "The Black Spider", was a Soviet-Russian football goalkeeper, considered ... Yashin was voted the best goalkeeper of the 20th century by the IFFHS ...