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Amur Khabarovsk

  • Short name: Amur
  • Name in original language: Амур Хабаровск
  • Year of foundation: 1966
  • Colours: blue,white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: ul.Dikopoltseva, 12
    680000, Khabarovsk
  • Phone: +7 (4212) 30-48-24
  • Email: pvp@hcamur.ru
  • WWW: Amur Khabarovsk, You Tube channel
Amur Khabarovsk is major league affiliate of: Amur-2 Khabarovsk
Amur Tigers Khabarovsk

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Season 2021-2022

Club teams

This club in 2021-2022: KHL

Recent gamesseason 2021-2022
Jan. 09 22 | 17:00Amur Khabarovsk - Sibir Novosibirsk0-1
Jan. 10 22 | 19:00Amur Khabarovsk - Sibir Novosibirsk2-3 SO
Jan. 19 22Sibir Novosibirsk - Amur Khabarovsk-
Jan. 21 22Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk - Amur Khabarovsk-
Feb. 23 22Amur Khabarovsk - HC Red Star Kunlun-
Current rosterseason 2021-2022
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
18GYevgeny Alikin18.10.1994180 cm91 kgleft
32GPatrik Bartošák29.03.1993185 cm88 kgleft
GDmitri Lozebnikov15.01.1998190 cm93 kgleft
22GAlexander Yevgrafov01.03.2001- cm- kgleft
45DArtyom Alyayev17.01.1995175 cm82 kgleft
DViktor Baldayev14.06.1995190 cm94 kgleft
78DRoman Bychkov10.02.2001180 cm77 kgleft
47DMichal Jordan (C)17.07.1990187 cm94 kgleft
55DGleb Koryagin06.08.1994186 cm90 kgleft
27DDominik Masin01.02.1996188 cm90 kgleft
DRuslan Pedan16.11.1994185 cm88 kgleft
91DNikita Pivtsakin23.07.1991178 cm88 kgleft
52DSergei Tereshchenko28.12.1991188 cm95 kgright
6DValery Vasilyev31.05.1994187 cm104 kgleft
DAlexei Volgin12.05.1990181 cm88 kgleft
73DDmitri Znakharenko04.08.1993183 cm90 kgleft
82D/FAlexander Gopienko17.05.2000187 cm74 kgleft
8RWAndrei Alexeyev01.03.1995174 cm83 kgleft
92LWDmitry Arkhipov02.02.1993192 cm100 kgleft
RWVladislav Barulin09.07.1996183 cm84 kgright
17RWVladimir Butuzov27.05.1994187 cm89 kgright
93LWDanil Faizullin03.12.1993185 cm85 kgright
10CVladimir Galuzin06.08.1988180 cm81 kgleft
CArtur Gizdatullin08.08.1997183 cm87 kgleft
61LWAlexander Gorshkov10.01.1991173 cm73 kgright
71RWSvyatoslav Grebenshchikov01.06.1994185 cm86 kgleft
FDmitry Konstantinov19.04.2002192 cm77 kgright
97FIgnat Korotkikh22.06.2002- cm- kgN/A
84CAlexander Kuznetsov11.03.1992182 cm88 kgleft
FSergei Lapin20.04.1996178 cm80 kgleft
25RWRadan Lenc30.07.1991180 cm79 kgleft
23LWRoman Lyubimov01.06.1992190 cm99 kgright
99FVladimir Mikhasenok14.06.1998177 cm84 kgleft
11CIvan Nikolishin12.04.1996175 cm80 kgleft
24CAlexander Sharov23.06.1995184 cm80 kgleft
FGleb Shashkov13.04.1996181 cm80 kgleft
37RWKirill Slepets06.04.1999178 cm70 kgleft
96CDavid Tomášek10.02.1996187 cm85 kgright
88LWMatvei Zaseda09.06.1999178 cm83 kgleft
13CArtyom Zhelezkov18.01.1996182 cm91 kgleft
38CIlya Zubov14.02.1987183 cm94 kgleft
29LWGleb Zyryanov16.04.1992195 cm100 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Vladimir Vorobyov02.11.1972Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Amur Khabarovsk was founded in 1966 as SKA Khabarovsk; it only adopted its current name in 1996, a name that comes from the nearby river Amur. By its location in the Russian Far East, the team is pretty isolated from every other team in the KHL, making rivalries difficult; the nearest KHL team, Metallurg Magnitogorsk, is located some 3,000 km away. Still, the team is very popular among Khabarovsk citizens, and despite its usual poor results, the team keeps being highly successful at the gates.

For a long time a lower division dweller, Khabarovsk won the championship of the Soviet League Division 3 in 1989, earning promotion to the upper level. In 1996, Khabarovsk promoted to the Russian Superleague. A relegation to the Vysshaya Liga occurred in 2004 when the mining company that funds the club had financial difficulties. The Tigers could promote back to the top level in 2006. That same financial crisis forced the team's reserve squad, the Golden Amur Khabarovsk, to withdraw from the Asia League where it played for the 2004-05 season. The team could finish the season and take part in the playoffs, however; they finished third in regular season standings and failed to reach the playoffs finals.

In 2008, Khabarovsk was one of the 24 founding members of the Kontinental Hockey League. The team played the league's inaugural game on September 2 against Dinamo Riga at home in front of a sell-out crowd of 7,100 people.

Notable players:
  • from 1966 to 1996: SKA Khabarovsk
  • from 1996 to 1998: SKA-Amur Khabarovsk
  • from 1998 to present: Amur Khabarovsk
League winners:

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Amur beats Japan

Amur Khabarovsk beat Team Japan 3-0 in an exhibition game today.

(01 Aug 2015)

KHL schedule announced

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

(30 Jun 2015)

Amur force game #4

The Nadezhda Cup finals will see a fourth and last game after Amur Khabarovsk beat Dinamo Riga 2-1 (1-1, 0-0, 1-0) today and avoided a sweep for the Latvian guests. The final match is going to be played tomorrow in Khabarovsk and to win the Cup the hosts need to tie the series first before a shootout could give them the title afterwards.

(19 Mar 2013)

Amur take lead in Nadezhda Cup series

In the only KHL game on Sunday Amur Khabarovsk beat Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg with 3-0 (0-0, 2-0, 1-0) at home to turn the Nadezhda Cup semi final series between the two teams into Amur's favour - they have a 2-1 lead now.

(10 Mar 2013)

Vladivostok will have a team in KHL

Vyacheslav Fetisov assured that in the near future in Vladivostok will be the team of the Kontinental Hockey League.
"The decision to create a KHL team in Vladivostok was already taken, I hope it will be announced officially. I would set up a Far Eastern Division League, which would include teams from Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, as well as Japan, China and Korea.

(22 Feb 2013)

Amur has a new coach

Evgeny Popikhin is the new head coach of Amur Khabarovsk. He signed a contract until the end of the season with the possibility of extension.
Popikhin recently worked as assiastant coach at Dinamo Minsk.

(10 Jan 2013)

Novokuznetsk wins against Amur

In Thursday's only KHL game home side Metallurg Novokuznetsk beat Amur Khabarovsk with the score of 4-2. All goals happend in the last period. Metallurg was already away with a 3-0 lead but had to wait for an empty netter to secure the win.

(15 Nov 2012)

Amur Khabarovsk has a new Sport Manager

Yuri Kuznetsov is the new Amur Khabarovsk's Sport Manager. He also will continue to work as assistant coach

(27 Oct 2012)

Amur Khabarovsk wins twice against Japan

KHL Amur Khabarovsk win today 3:1 (1:1, 1:0, 1:0) Japan National Team in the second friendly match between teams. Dmitri Shitkov scored 2 goals and Igor Ozhiganov completed the score. In the first match, Amur won 4-0 (2:0, 2:0, 0:0)

(26 Aug 2012)

Amur extends Jortikka contract

KHL team Amur Khabarosk announces Finnish coach Hannu Jortikka signed a two-years contract extension.

"I really wanted to stay in the Amur - said Jortikka - I like the city, the people, the staff of the club. I am absolutely happy with everything. Therefore, I gladly accepted the offer of the club to extend the contract."

(20 Feb 2012)
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Amur Khabarovsk participates in season 2021-2022: KHL


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