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Kazakhstan Vyschaya Liga

  • League status: Active
  • English name: Kazakhstan Senior League
  • Administered by: Kazakhstan Hockey Federation
  • Year of start: 1992
  • WWW: http://www.icehockey.kz/
 

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Recent transfersShow all transfers»
26 Feb 2014 | Juraj Sykora  (F) HK AstanaarrowOrli Znojmo
15 Feb 2014 | Magomed Gimbatov  (F) San Francisco BullsarrowHK Almaty
14 Feb 2014 | Mikhail Donika  (D) Ertis PavlodararrowArlan Kokshetau
08 Feb 2014 | Josh Bonar  (F) Corona Brasov WolvesarrowErtis Pavlodar
League leaders |  season 2013-2014 all time stats
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Yanick RiendeauRWArlan Kokshetau493350837442
2.Marc BelangerCArlan Kokshetau524040807839
3.Martin HujsaFErtis Pavlodar533140716833
4.Miroslav ZalesakRWErtis Pavlodar462643693428
5.Tomas VakRWErtis Pavlodar5016446012226
6.Andrei SpiridonovFNomad Astana531940595419
7.Ian McDonaldRWBeybarys Atyrau542730572831
8.Ben O’ConnorDArlan Kokshetau511739564457
9.Anton DubininLWArystan Temirtau513817554216
10.Andrei TroschinskiCArlan Kokshetau521837551635
Show all stats for season 2013-2014

 
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Ertis confirms title

Ertis Pavlodar sweeps Arlan Kokshetau 4-0 in the playoffs series confirming title of Kazakhstan League.
Two Czech players from champion team, goalie Marek Pinc and forward Tomas Vak were nominated best goalie and best forward, while English Ben O'Connor from Arlan Kokshetau were awarded as best defender. Arystan Temirtau won bronze medal by beating Beybarys Atryau 3-2 in the series, with a decisive 4-5 at overtime.
Canadian Yanick Riendeau (Arlan) was League Topscorer

(12 Apr 2014)
 

No Kazakhstan League for Shakhtar Prokopyevsk

Russian club Shakhtar Prokopyevsk has officially refused to take part in the Kazakhstan League. The club's management reported that it could not fulfill all the conditions of Regulation imposed by the Kazakhstan Federation.

(27 Jul 2013)
 

Kazzinc-Torpedo-2 renamed Torpedo

Also the last remaining farm team participating in Kazakhstan League was renamed as per Federation rule. Kazzinc-Torpedo-2 was renamed Torpedo Ust Kamenogorsk. Team logo and colours remain the same.


Previously Barys-2 became Nomad Astana and Sary-Arka 2 was renamed Berkut.

(25 Jul 2013)
 

Sary Arka-2 renamed

In compliance with Kazakhstan Federation new rules not allowing a farm-team to partecipate in the league with same name of main team, Sary-Arka-2 was renamed Berkut (golden eagles) after a contest between fans.
Previously Barys-2 changed its name to Nomad. Kazzinc-Torpedo-2 still not announced new name

(05 Jun 2013)
 

Almaty will have a new arena

The city of Almaty, Kazakhstan, will have a new 12.000 spectators arena in 2017. The new venue is building for the Universiade and will have also another two small arenas

(28 May 2013)
 

HK Astana changes coach

Vladimir Belyaev resigned as head coach of HK Astana, the new head coach of the Kazakh team will be former assistant Vladimir Strelchuk.

(22 Feb 2013)
 

HK Almaty replaces coach

HK Almaty and Russian coach Aleksandr Vysotsky terminated contract by mutual agreement. New head coach is Oleg Bolyakin, former coach at Kazzinc Torpedo and Sary Arka, with Yuri Mihailis as assistant

(11 Dec 2012)
 

Beybarys lost two games by forfeit

Current Kazakh champion Beybarys Atyrau is experiencing an internal crisis: after the Kazakhstan Cup final lost with Arlan, club admitted economic problems and released three of most rapresentative players, forwards Mikhail Panishin and Andrejs Smirnovs and defender Roman Teslyuk. Beybarys didn't play the first two games of Kazakhstan League against Kazzinc Torpedo alleging technical problems in filling equipment at the Ice Palace. Games counted as two 0-5 forfeits

(10 Sep 2012)
 

Arlan wins home tournament

Arlan Kokshetau wins all games of the home tournament against HK Astana (5-2), Arystan Temirtau (4-1) and Zauralie Kurgan (2-1).
Best Goalkeeper: Vitaly Evdokimov, Arlan
Best Defender: Sergei Yakovenko, Arystan
Best Forward: Askhat Rakhmatullin, Zauralie

(06 Aug 2012)
 

Kazakhstan Federation releases dates for Cup and League

Kazakhstan Federation announces dates for upcoming season. Kazakhstan Cup will be played from 22 to 28 Agust in Astana, as last season. Kazakhstan league will start on September 08 and will finish on March 31. As last season it will be played in a triple round robin plus playoffs. Teams not qualified for playoffs and the ones eliminated at first round will play a round robin playout.
Every team must allign at least 10 Kazakh players (last season limit was eight), included one under 20 years. Finally, after the move of Sary Arka Karaganda to VHL, a new created team called Sary Arka-2 will play Kazakhstan League

(04 Jun 2012)
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