Red Army wins World Cup

Red Army wins World Cup

Henrik Lundqvist28 Aug 2017Henrik Lundqvist»

Red Army Moscow of Russia defeated Swedish Modo in the final of last weeks Junior Club World Cup in Yekaterinburg.


For the fifth time in seven seasons a Russian team won the Junior Club World Cup. Red Army, the junior team of CSKA, won the title for the second time after beating Modo 4-3 in a close final.

Red Army were undefeated during the tournament beating Modo, Trinec and Astana in the group stage and then Jokerit in the quarter final, Trinec in the semi final and Modo in the final.

Modo started the final best and had a 2-0 lead after only 7:29 Red Army had tied it early in the second period and took the lead only 9 seconds before the second intermission. Modo tied the game again at nine minutes of period three but Pavel Podluboshnov scored the tournament-winning 4-3 goal at 54:27. Podluboshnov was also named the best forward of the tournament even if his team mate Mikhail Meshcheryakov was the top scorer with five goals and ten assists in six games. Modo's Sebastian Walfridsson was named best defenseman while Matej Loubal of Trinec was named best goalkeeper.

The tournament was a big disappointment for the home team Avto Yekaterinburg. After three wins in the group stage they were beaten by Modo, who had finished last in Group B with three losses, in the quarter final.

The tournament included teams from Russia, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Latvia, Kazakhstan and Czech Republic but unfortunately there were no teams from Canada or USA this year either.

Group A

1Avto Yekaterinburg3210017:68
2HC Davos310119:84
3HK Riga310027:123

Group B

1Red Army Moscow33018:49
2Snow Leopards Astana3219:96
3HC Ocelari Trinec3126:113
4MODO Hockey3036:150

Quarter Finals
Red Army Moscow - Jokerit 6-2
HC Davos - HC Ocelari Trinec 5-6 SO
Avto Yekaterinburg - MODO Hockey 5-6 OT
Snow Leopards Astana - HK Riga 3-2

Place 5-8
HK Riga - Jokerit 4-3 OT
Avto Yekaterinburg - HC Davos 3-2

Semi Finals
Red Army Moscow - HC Ocelari Trinec 5-1
MODO Hockey - Snow Leopards Astana 4-3

Bronze Medal Game
Snow Leopards Astana - HC Ocelari Trinec 4-6

Red Army Moscow - MODO Hockey 4-3

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