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Kazakhstan Cup

  • League status: Active
  • English name: Кубка Республики Казахстан
  • Administered by: Kazakhstan Hockey Federation
  • Year of start: 2005
  • WWW: https://www.ligasy.kz
 

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Recent transfersShow all transfers»
21 Oct 2019 | Yaroslav Khripkov  (D) HK TemirtauarrowGornyak Rudny
21 Sep 2019 | Mikhail Smolnikov  (G) HK AstanaarrowErtis Pavlodar
21 Sep 2019 | Valery Shtukert  (G) HK AstanaarrowBeybarys Atyrau
14 Sep 2019 | Dias Madiev  (F) HK TemirtauarrowHK Astana
League leaders |  season 2020-2021 all time stats
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Sergei GolodnyukFSaryarka Karaganda345900
2.Alexander BorisevichFSaryarka Karaganda335800
3.Artyom LikhotnikovFHC Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk350500
4.Nikita BazhenovFHK Almaty241500
5.Dmitri GrentsFHC Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk314500
6.Yevgeny PopitichFKulager Petropavlovsk331400
7.Ivan ZinchenkoFHK Aktobe331400
8.Yan KhomenkoFAltai Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk322400
9.Konstantin KulikovFArlan Kokshetau322400
10.Anatoli RaenkoLWArlan Kokshetau322400
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League standings stage:

GROUP: Group A

# Club G W W-OTL-OTL Score P
1Arlan Kokshetau3300010:4 9
2Kulager Petropavlovsk3110112:8 5
3HK Temirtau310117:9 4
4Nomad Nur-Sultan300035:13 0

GROUP: Group B

# Club G W W-OTL-OTL Score P
1HC Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk3300013:5 9
2HK Aktobe320017:5 6
3Altai Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk301024:10 2
4Ertis Pavlodar300124:8 1

GROUP: Group C

# Club G W W-OTL-OTL Score P
1Saryarka Karaganda3210014:3 8
2HK Almaty3201015:5 7
3Gornyak Rudny301027:17 2
4Beybarys Atyrau300125:16 1
Last updated: 02 Feb 2021, 21:45

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Saryarka Karaganda win Kazakhstan Cup

With a goal scored by tournament top-scorer Sergei Golodnyuk at 62.05 in the overtime, Saryarka Karaganda complete a comeback to win 2-1 traditional rival HC Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk winning the 2021 Kazakhstan Cup. It's the first trophy for the club.
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the tournament was postponed from traditional date in August to January/February and was played in Pavlodar, Kokshetau and Karaganda, venue of the final


The best players of the tournament:

Best goalkeeper - Nikita Boyarkin (Saryarka)
Best defender - Dmitry Stulov (HC Torpedo)
Best forward - Alexander Borisevich (Saryarka)
Best young player - Ivan Zinchenko (HK Aktobe)

(02 Feb 2021)
 

Kazakhstan Cup moved from August to December

The Kazakhstan Cup, traditionally the opening season tournament, will be moved from August to December due to the Covid-19 emergency. Dates and venues will be determined later.

(20 Mar 2020)
 

Altai Torpedo retains Kazakhstan Cup

A goal by Maxim Khudyakov at minute 56 gives the second consecutive Kazakhstan Cup to Altai Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk, in the final, played in Almaty, against Kulager Petropavlovsk. The Torpedo farm club won the qualifying Group A despite a loss 1-0 SO in a dramatic match agaist national champion Beybarys Atyrau, the bronze winner in the consolation final against home team HK Almaty, unexpectedly lost the qualification, beaten 2-1 in the last game of the group against already eliminated HK Temirtau.

The best players of the competition are:

Best goalkeeper - Andrei Yankov, Kulager
Best defender - Adil Beketaev, Altai Torpedo
Best striker - Ilya Akhmetov, Kulager
Best young player - Demid Eremeev , HK Temirtau

(25 Aug 2019)
 

Kazakhstan Cup will be held in Almaty

The 15th edition of Kazakhstan Cup, traditionally played before the start of Kazkahstan League, will be held at Halyk Arena, with a capacity of 3.000 spectators, from 20 to 26 August. Last season the Cup was played in Karaganda and Nur-Sultan with Altai Ust-Kamenogorsk winning the first ever trophy by beating 2-1 Ertis Pavlodar in the final

(04 Jun 2019)
 

Kazakhstan Cup calendar unveiled

Kazakhstan Federation published the calendar of Kazakhstan Cup 2017, held in the cities of Pavlodar (Group A) and Kokshetau (Group B). The ten partecipants will compete in two groups from 19 to 24 August and the winner of each group will play the final at Kokshetau Arena August,27.
Last season Kulager Petropavlovsk won the trophy by beating 2-1 Ertis Pavlodar in the final

(12 Jul 2017)
 

Kazakhstan Cup groups unveiled

The cities of Pavlodar and Kokshetau will host the 2016 edition of Kazakhstan Cup, from 20 to 28 August.
As usual the ten partecipating teams were placed in two groups. The winner of each group will play the final at Pavlodar on August 28

Group A (Pavlodar): Beybarys Atyrau, Ertis Pavlodar, Nomad Astana, HK Almaty, SHҚO Ust-Kamenogorsk

Group B (Kokshetau): Arlan Kokshetau, Kulager Petropavlovsk, HK Temirtau, Gornyak Rudny, HK Astana

(13 Jun 2016)
 

Gornyak Rudny wins Kazakhstan Cup

Gornyak Rudny surprisingly won 2015 edition of Kazakhstan Cup beating 2-1 Arlan Kokshetau in the final played at Burabai Arena. It's the second trophy for Rudny team after the Cup won in 2009-10. Beybarys Atyrau won the bronze medal defeating 5-1 Nomad Astana.

The individual awards:

Best goalie: Stepan Goryachevskikh (Arlan)
Best defender: Georgi Dulnev (Beybarys)
Best forward: Igor Cherkasov (Gornyak)
Best young player: Ivan Stepanenko (Nomad)

(29 Aug 2015)
 

Ertis Pavlodar lost decisive game by forfeit

Cup holder and national champion Ertis Pavlodar was awarded a 5-0 forfeit loss in the last match of Kazakhstan Cup against Gornyak Rudny for alligning four young players born after 01 January 1991 instead of five, as determined by rules of competition. After the game, won by Ertis 3-2 after shootouts, Gornayk has filed a protest to the federation, which was examinated and accepted. Individual statistics for the game will be maintained, according to the rule

Thus, Gornyak Rudny won Group B and will play the final against Arlan Kokshetau, winner of Group A

Nomad Astana and Beybarys Atyrau will battle for the bronze. Both games are scheduled for August 29

(28 Aug 2015)
 

Ertis won Kazakhstan Cup

By beating cup holder Arlan Kokshetau 4-1 in the final played in Temirtau, national champion Ertis Pavlodar won for the first time the Kazakhstan Cup. Nomad Astana captured bronze medal defeating 2-1 at overtime Beybarys Atyrau. Tournament awards were assigned to Marek Pinc (Ertis) as best goalie, Aleksei Petushkov (Arystan Temirtau) as best defender and Maxim Bogatyrenko (Berkut Karaganda) as best forward

(02 Sep 2014)
 

Ertis and Arlan will face off in Kazakhstan Cup final

The 2014 edition of Kazakhstan Cup will have the same final of last year: cup holder Arlan Kokshetau and national champion Ertis Pavlodar dueling on Sunday at Termitau Ice Arena. Teams won their respective groups, while Nomad Astana and Beybarys Atyrau will play for bronze medal. Arlan won Kazakhstan Cup in last two editions

(30 Aug 2014)
02 Feb 2021HC Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk - Saryarka Karaganda1-2 OT
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