Doctors told Agence France-Press that there was a third survivor, identified only as Suleymanov,[I can find via google a boxer, a footballer, a Consul General etc] but officials say he wasnt one of the eight cabin members on board nor one of the team.
Some reports said another member of the Lokomotiv, former Detroit Red Wing Ruslan Salei, escaped the tragedy as he had travelled to Minsk earlier, but other reports say he was on board and was killed.
Lokomotive Yaroslavl ice-hockey team of the Continental Hockey League (KHL) pose for a team photo in this August 21, 2011 handout file photo by the KHL. More Photos IBT
"Yak-42 started the run at 16:00, Moscow time, and a minute later collapsed, looking about ten meters from the ground," Yaroslavl Airport manager Tunoshna Arius Novick added.
Here's the list of the passengers and crew [3rd reported "Suleymanov" survivor not mentioned]