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CSKA Moskva

 
CSKA Moskva is major league affiliate of: Red Army Moscow
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Season 2017-2018

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This club in 2017-2018: KHL

 
Recent gamesseason 2017-2018
Nov. 17 17 | 19:30CSKA Moskva - Ak Bars Kazan3-0
Nov. 19 17 | 17:00CSKA Moskva - Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk3-2 SO
Nov. 22 17 | 19:30CSKA Moskva - HC Sochi6-3
Nov. 26 17 | 17:00CSKA Moskva - HC Admiral Vladivostok-
Nov. 29 17 | 19:30CSKA Moskva - HC Red Star Kunlun-
Current rosterseason 2017-2018
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GAndrei Filonenko05.05.1995195 cm100 kgN/A
GLars Johansson11.07.1987183 cm83 kgleft
GIlya Sorokin04.08.1995188 cm76 kgleft
GMaxim Tretyak22.10.1996192 cm99 kgleft
GVyacheslav Volkov07.01.1995180 cm78 kgleft
DArtyom Blazhievsky20.03.1994185 cm85 kgN/A
DArtyom Chmykhov28.11.1997189 cm90 kgleft
DBogdan Kiselevich14.02.1990183 cm87 kgleft
DNikita Makeyev13.02.1998- cm- kgN/A
DAlexei Marchenko02.01.1992185 cm78 kgright
DIgor Myasishev26.03.1997- cm- kgN/A
DMikhail Naumenkov19.02.1993182 cm80 kgright
DNikita Nesterov28.03.1993183 cm83 kgleft
DIgor Ozhiganov13.10.1992189 cm97 kgright
DMikhail Pashnin11.05.1989179 cm85 kgleft
DNikita Pivtsakin23.07.1991178 cm88 kgright
DMat Robinson20.06.1986178 cm84 kgright
DArtyom Sergeyev20.02.1993185 cm93 kgleft
DYegor Tsvetkov02.02.1996180 cm80 kgleft
RWSergei Andronov19.07.1989188 cm86 kgleft
FAnton Burdasov09.05.1991190 cm83 kgleft
FMikhail Grigorenko16.05.1994190 cm85 kgleft
LWKirill Kaprizov26.04.1997178 cm87 kgleft
LWPavel Karnaukhov15.03.1997186 cm89 kgleft
FAndrei Kuzmenko04.02.1996181 cm88 kgleft
FRoman Lyubimov01.06.1992185 cm80 kgright
FValery Nichushkin04.03.1995194 cm92 kgleft
FKonstantin Okulov18.02.1995180 cm72 kgN/A
FVadim Pereskokov27.08.1993179 cm77 kgleft
FKirill Petrov13.04.1990190 cm97 kgleft
CGeoff Platt10.07.1985175 cm79 kgleft
FAlexander Popov31.08.1980189 cm86 kgright
RWNikita Popugaev20.11.1998197 cm92 kgright
RWGreg Scott03.06.1988183 cm80 kgright
FMaxim Shalunov31.01.1993190 cm84 kgleft
FSergei Shumakov04.09.1992180 cm70 kgright
FAndrei Svetlakov06.04.1996183 cm91 kgleft
FIvan Telegin28.02.1992180 cm83 kgleft
RWVladimir Zharkov10.01.1988188 cm88 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Konstantin Vlasov12.06.1977Goalie coach
Igor Nikitin23.03.1973Head Coach
Vladimir Chebaturkin23.04.1975Assistant Coach
Dmitri Yushkevich3.6.1997Assistant Coach
Albert Leshchyov27.09.1971Assistant Coach
Dmitri Pirozhkov08.09.1969Fitness coach

* no longer in the club

CSKA Ice Palace, Vsevolod Bobrov

CSKA Ice Palace, Vsevolod Bobrov logo
  • Adress: prosp. Leningradsky 39, str. 41
    123167 Moscow
  • Phone: +7 (495) 614 - 5958
  • Capacity: 5600
  • Opened in: 1991
 

The club was founded in 1946 as CDKA (Centralnyy Dom Krasnoy Armii - Central House of the Red Army, referring to the Army community centre in Moscow). It was known as CDSA (with Red Army changed to Soviet Army) in 1952 - 1954, as CSK MO (Central Sports Club of the Moscow Military District) in 1955 - 1959, and acquired its current name in 1960.

CSKA was almost as dominant in the European Cup. They won all but two titles from 1969 to 1990, including 13 in a row from 1978 to 1990. The team first coach was Anatoli Tarasov, who would later become famous as the coach of the Soviet national team. Tarasov coached the Red Army Team, either alone or with co-coaches, for most of the time from 1946 to 1975. The team's greatest run came under Viktor Tikhonov, who was coach from 1977 to 1996--serving for most of that time as coach of the national team.

The Red Army Team was able to pull off such a long run of dominance because during the Soviet era, the entire CSKA organization was a functioning division of the Red Army. Taking full advantage of the fact that all able-bodied Soviet males had to serve in the military, it was literally able to draft the best young hockey players in the Soviet Union onto the team. There was a substantial overlap between the rosters of the Red Army Team and the Soviet national team, which was one factor behind the Soviets\\\' near-absolute dominance of international hockey from the 1950s through the early 1990s. By the late 1980s, however, the long run of Red Army dominance caused a significant dropoff in attendance throughout the league. Not surprisingly, discipline was quite strict, especially under Tikhonov. His players practiced for as many as 11 months a year, and were confined to training camp most of that time even if they were married. However, he mellowed somewhat after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

CSKA has remained one of the strongest clubs in Russia since the collapse of the Soviet Union, though it has yet to win a championship. Off the ice, the massive exodus of Russian players to the NHL hit CSKA particularly hard, in part because, as mentioned above, nearly all of the country\\\'s best players were on the roster. For a time in the late 1990s and early 2000s, it was briefly unofficially known as \\\"the Russian Penguins\\\" after the Pittsburgh Penguins bought an interest in the team.[1]

One of the most feared lines in hockey history was the KLM Line of the 1980s. The name came from the last names of the three players, Vladimir Krutov, Igor Larionov, and Sergei Makarov. Together with defensemen Viacheslav Fetisov and Alexei Kasatonov, they were known as the Green Unit because they wore green jerseys in practice. The five-man unit formed a dominant force in European hockey throughout the decade. All five players were later permitted to go to the NHL in 1989, with mixed results. Krutov had the shortest NHL career, lasting only one season in Vancouver; Makarov (who won the Calder Trophy in 1990) and Kasatonov were out of the NHL by 1997; Fetisov and Larionov won the Stanley Cup twice together with Detroit before Fetisov retired in 1998; Larionov would win a third Cup with Detroit in 2002, before retiring from New Jersey in 2004.
At the IIHF Centennial All-Star Team, out of 6 players selected 4 players once played at CSKA Moscow.

Notable players:
  • from 1946 to 1952: CDKA Moskva
  • from 1952 to 1955: CDSA Moskva
  • from 1955 to 1960: CSK MO Moskva
  • from 1960 to present: CSKA Moskva
League winners:
 

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KHL schedule announced

The KHL schedule for 2015-16 can now be found in our games database.

(30 Jun 2015)
 

CSKA Moscow applies to allign a team in VHL

CSKA Moscow should enter a team in next VHL, based in Chekhov and called Zvezda (star).
VHL Managing Director Nikolai Karpovich and Head of the Department of the competition Dmitry Ichetovkina and Head of Communications Sergey Mozhayeva inspected the Palace of Sports "Vityaz" for compliance with the requirements of VHL regulations.

"Today we have almost all the necessary documents, including financial guarantees. Inspection has shown that this arena will be one of the best in the league, perhaps the most comfortable. I hope that Zvedza take root in this arena." said Deputy Managing Director of the VHL Nikolai Karpovich.
The official decision about the participation of the club will be taken at the general meeting of the League, next May 28

(18 May 2015)
 

CSKA sets new KHL record for biggest win

CSKA Moscow beat Slovan Bratislava 12-0 today. This was the largest win in the history of KHL.

(11 Feb 2015)
 

CSKA part ways with John Torchetti

US head coach John Torchetti won't live another day with the CSKA as they don't intend to extend his contract. He is to be replaced by former Boston Bruins wing Dmitri Kvartalnov. Details of the new deal remain unknown.

Torchetti was appointed last July and was charged to bring back the glory days of the Soviet dominance. CSKA still seek their first Gagarin Cup title, this season they were swept in the first round by SKA St. Petersburg.

(24 Apr 2014)
 

Sergei Fedorov back on ice for Spengler

Sergei Fedorov will play in the Spengler Cup with CSKA Moscow at age 44. The former player, and current GM of CSKA, began to train some weeks ago and will play in the annual tournament. Fedorov retired in 2012 after 1248 NHL games.

(25 Dec 2013)
 

Medveščak - CSKA sold out

Less than 10 minutes was needed for Medveščak to sell all the tickets for their KHL opening match with CSKA! Ticket sale began August 28th at 14:00 CET and 10 minutes later all the tickets were gone. Moreover, the tickets were being sold for all of their first 4 KHL games and were all sold out in less than 60 minutes. Due to enormous interest for the 2nd best hockey league in the world, additional 150 season tickets were put on sale.

Medveščak vs. CSKA is scheduled for September 6th.

(29 Aug 2013)
 

Vyacheslav Buravchikov suspend career due to heart problems

26-year-old CSKA Moscow defender Vyacheslav Buravchikov has to suspend his professional career due to heart problems. Buravchikov arrived at CSKA in 2010 from AK Bars Kazan. At the WJC U20 in 2007 he was the captain of the Russian team that won silver medals.

(24 Aug 2013)
 

Spengler Cup participants officially announced

Genève-Servette, Rochester Americans, HC Vitkovice Steel, Team Canada, HC Davos and CSKA Moscow were officially announced as participants at the 87th Spengler Cup, held in Davos (SUI) from 26 to 31 December 2013.

(19 Aug 2013)
 

Barys Astana won’t be at Spengler Cup

Is now official: Barys Astana won't participate in next Spengler Cup as previously reported. Barys press service informs that, due to the Olympic season, the KHL is not able to provide a "window" on the calendar for two clubs, and at the end the choice was made ​​in favor of CSKA Moscow, which submitted firstly the application.

(27 Jun 2013)
 

Kulikov out, Denisov in

CSKA Moscow defender Denis Denisov will replace injured Dmitri Kulikov (lokomotiv Yaroslavl) in Russian team partecipating in next Karjala Cup.

(30 Oct 2012)
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