Sergei Sheleg played just one season in the Ontario Hockey League. In 2008-09, the Minsk, Belarus native played a total 49 games with the Sudbury Wolves, scoring 2 goals and adding 13 assists for 15 points.
Sheleg played this season with Юность-Минск (Youth-Minsk) in Belarus. The team was the overwhelming champion in the 14 team league. His profile page on the team’s official website can be found here. The site is only in Russian, but refer to this Russian Hockey Language Guide at OHL Alumni Central to help navigate around.
The translation of Sergei’s profile page using Google Translate reads like this:
Personal profile team player “Youth-Minsk”
Date of Birth: 24/05/1990
Khvat stick: Left
Height: 197 cm
Weight: 99 kg.
Brought up club: YouTube
First coach: Zablotskyj Vladimir L.
Engaged in hockey since 1997
Dreamed as a child? be successful
Sports NHL dream
The best hockey player they are all good in their own way
Favorite sports (except hockey) chess
Motto never say never
How do you spend your free time sleeping, eating
Would you believe in omens? yes
What qualities do appreciate in people? kindness, sincerity
Marital status Single
Favorite color gray
Achievements: Champion of Belarus 2010. Cup of Belarus 2009.
The team plays the 26 home games of their 52 game schedule out of a 767 arena at the state institution of Physical Culture and Sports at Gorky Park in Minsk.