42 Dynamo Moscow players become free agents

42 Dynamo Moscow players become free agents

05 Jul 2017 | KHL.ru
 

With the historic Russian club sinking in the debts, KHL decided to intervene

 
 
 
 

On Tuesday, the 4th of July, the KHL Disciplinary Committee, in close cooperation with the Joint Disciplinary Board of the Russian Hockey Federation and the Kontinental Hockey League, took action regarding the ongoing debt problems at Dynamo Moscow.

As a result of HC Dynamo Moscow’s failure to honor its contractual obligations, no fewer than 42 players who were under contract with the club, or in receipt of a concrete offer from the club, have had their agreements with Dynamo annulled and have therefore been assigned Unrestricted Free Agent status.

The full list of players is as follows:

Andrei Alexeyev, Ilya Baranov, Andrei Biryukov, Mikhail Bitsadze, Ivan Bocharov, Vladimir Bryukvin, Maxim Chuvilov, Yegor Dugin, Artyom Fyodorov, Ansel Galimov, Artemy Gryazev, Ivan Igumnov, Maxim Karpov, Martins Karsums, Denis Kokarev, Semyon Kokuyov, Stanislav Kondratiev, Viktor Kornyakov, Klim Kostin, Andrei Kuteikin, Alexander Kuznetsov, Georgy Kuznetsov, Alexei Maklyukov, Andrei Mironov, Alexander Osin, Alexander Petunin, Kirill Pilipenko, Artyom Podshendyalov, Dmitry Raiko, Mat Robinson, Alexander Rybakov, Yakov Rylov, Alexander Sevostyanov, Dmitry Shevchenko, Ilya Shipov, Dmitry Sidlyarov, Maxim Solovyov, Alexei Sopin, Daniil Tarasov, Artyom Volkov, Vladislav Yefremov, Yegor Zaitsev.


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