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Is Nikita Nesterenko’s brother Eric Nesterenko?

Nikita Nesterenko

 People prefer to believe that they are connected because they both have the same occupation as an ice hockey player and the same surname. Furthermore, many believe they are a father-son team.

Eric Nesterenko was a Canadian professional ice hockey center who played with the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1951 to 1956 and the Chicago Black Hawks from 1956 to 1972, after spending a year coaching in Switzerland.

Nikita Nesterenko, a 6-foot-tall 157-pound player, progressed up the east coast from Connecticut’s Connecticut Oilers Bantam Major to New Jersey’s Lawrenceville School. The Trentonian recognized him Prep Player of the Year for his efforts.

for the sake of Ice Hockey Fans. is an unequivocal no, and despite sharing the same surname, they are not even near relatives.

Nikita Nesterenko was born on September 10, 2001, in Brooklyn, New York, on a busy street.

Before he was born, his parents immigrated from Russia in the 1990s.

Apart from that, we don’t know much about them.

Despite having Russian parents, he does not speak Russian. Perhaps the reason is that the athlete grew up in Coney Island.

Eric Nesterenko was born on October 31, 1933 in Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada.

His parents were Ukrainian immigrants. At North Toronto Collegiate Institute,

he studied under influential academics. Nesterenko weighed 186 pounds and stood 6 feet 1 inch tall.

Eric was a happily married man with a loving and caring family.

He has three children, according to some reports, but their identities have not been exposed in the media.

Eric Nestrenko is an Ice Hokey player.

Nikita Nesterenko
Nikita playing ice hockey source: Twitter

During his NHL career, Eric Nesterenko scored 250 goals and assisted on 324 others.

He also appeared in the 1961 Stanley Cup final for Chicago.

The lanky right winger was known for his ability to kill penalties with his elbows in corners.

He played Dean Young Blood’s father and the film’s hockey guru in the 1986 film Youngblood.

He’s worked as a ski instructor, university lecturer, stockbroker, travel agency, DJ, and freelance writer.

Nesterenko famously required 15 stitches after Willie O’Ree, the first black player in the NHL,

responded with his stick after knocking out his two front teeth and abusing him with racist remarks.

At the end of his NHL career, he was interviewed for Studs Terkel’s best-selling book Working:

What People Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do.

Eric Nesterenko died on June 6, 2022, at the age of 88.

The cause of his death has not yet been revealed.

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Let’s Get to Know Nikita Nesterenko

Nikita Nesterenko
Nikita with his brother source: People

Last season, Nikita Nesterenko had 30 goals and 20 assists on his way to an unbeaten regular season.

In 2019-20, he will play for the British Columbia Hockey League’s Chilliwack Chiefs before going to Brown University in 2020-21.

Nesterenko takes pride in being an aggressive skater with good hands and vision.

He believes his play is similar to that of Washington Capitals forward Evgeny Kuznetsov and that making quick decisions is one of his skills.

When he was drafted out of the prep school Lawrenceville School in New Jersey,

it was felt that he was a brilliant forward who needed to bulk up and fill out his frame.

The 21-year-old athlete believes that his strength, which he can improve by working out both on and off the ice,

mastering corner fights, and simply being a larger, stronger player, is the one area he needs to focus on in order to progress in the game.

Nobody should be shocked by Nesterenko’s desire to advance his career and, hopefully, wear the Wild insignia one day.