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Season 2023-2024

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This club in 2023-2024: Meistriliiga

 
Recent gamesseason 2023-2024
Jan. 20 24Välk 494 Tartu - HK Viru Sputnik Kohtla-Järve10-4
Feb. 03 24HC Panter - Välk 494 Tartu3-4
Feb. 10 24 | 16:30Narva PSK - Välk 494 Tartu7-6
Mar. 02 24HC Panter - Välk 494 Tartu-
Mar. 03 24Välk 494 Tartu - Everest Kohtla-Järve-
Current rosterseason 2023-2024
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GJuri Bahturin18.09.2002165 cm50 kgN/A
GErvīns Muštukovs07.04.1984184 cm88 kgleft
GKristjan Särki20.08.2007- cm- kgN/A
DTaavi Ahman16.04.2005186 cm92 kgleft
DMartins Jakovlevs04.05.1991184 cm79 kgleft
DMaris Jass18.01.1985188 cm90 kgleft
DMatvei Kalamees28.07.2008148 cm40 kgN/A
DAleksejs Popovs02.02.1998181 cm83 kgleft
DDmitri Shapovalov17.03.1996180 cm84 kgN/A
DMarcos Timmusk24.12.2005183 cm76 kgleft
FVladimir Baskirov24.09.2003189 cm92 kgN/A
FAlexander Bogdanov03.06.1989184 cm100 kgright
FFyodor Gusynin14.01.1997176 cm69 kgN/A
FDidzis Jansons03.08.1992184 cm80 kgleft
FHarri Koll12.03.1998191 cm93 kgleft
FOlev Kork17.07.1997172 cm65 kgleft
FDmitri Kuznetsov01.05.1999175 cm71 kgN/A
RWMiks Lipsbergs09.06.1991191 cm81 kgleft
FMaksim Robuskin14.06.1985176 cm63 kgleft
FOtar Sakhokia10.05.2000184 cm98 kgleft
RWKaspars Saulietis12.06.1987186 cm88 kgright
FRobin Sepma12.07.2005190 cm88 kgleft
FIlja Simagin18.02.1979- cm- kgN/A
FAndrei Solovjov27.06.2005161 cm44 kgN/A
FKirill Tabunov13.06.2008158 cm60 kgN/A
FKirils Tambijevs04.02.1992170 cm78 kgleft
CNikita Tihhomirov16.11.2004179 cm66 kgleft
FVassili Titarenko13.12.1985183 cm79 kgright
FAleksei Voytsekhovsky10.05.1987179 cm74 kgleft
FNikita Zantmans20.02.1997182 cm73 kgright

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  • from 1996 to 2007: HK Välk-494 Tartu
  • from 2007 to 2018: HK Kalev-Välk Tartu
  • from 2018 to present: Välk 494 Tartu
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Valk Tartu extends dominance in Estonia

Valk 494 Tartu is again the owner of Estonian League, after sweeping Kurbads Riga 3-0 in the final series. Fourth consecutive title, the 13th in the history of the club.

All stats: https://www.eurohockey.com/league/154-meistriliiga.html

(23 Apr 2022)
 

The final four of the Baltic League are once again postponed

The final four of the Baltic Hockey League has been postponed once again. It was to take place on December 17-20, but due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it was postponed to February 11-14. The decision to postpone again was taken due the current situation of virus pandemic in Latvia

(04 Feb 2021)
 

Title is back to capital in Estonia

HC Viking Tallinn won the 2017-2018 Estonian League by beting in four games - 7-4, 3-2, 5-6ot and 3-2 - of final series Kalev-Välk Tartu bringing back the title to the capital Tallinn after two consecutive leagues won by Narva PSK, this season eliminated in the semifinals by Kalev. Other semifinalist Vipers Tallinn won bronze by beating 6-5 Narva. It's the third title for Viking, the first after the reborn of the club in 2015 following the disbanding of previous incarnation due to economic problems. Alexander Bogdanov of Narva PSK finished as the Top Scorerwith 30 points (17+13)

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(25 Mar 2018)
 

New coach at Brest

HK Brest announced the contract with coach Sergei Petukhov was terminated by mutual consent and the new coach became Roman Romanenko, 41, at his first assignment as head coach after finishing his playing career last season with Kalev Valk Tartu in Estonia

(19 Feb 2016)
 

Kalev-Valk is Estonian champion

Kalev-Valk Tartu won Estonian League two years after the last title crushing PSK Narva 12-5 and 10-0 in two games of finals. Kalev began the campaign with two forfeit against Viking and Panter because team didn't show up due to problems with roster but finished the season triumphantly. After the disqualification of champion Viking Tallinn for financial matters, Kalev was considered the favourite and had no problems to take back title. PSK Narva Russian forward Alexander Bogdanov was the top scorer of the league with 31 points (18+13) in 16 games

(29 Mar 2015)
 

Two technical losses for Kalev-Valk, Viking approved

Estonian League started with some problems: the first two games of Kalev-Välk are considered 5-0 technical losses because the team didn't show up. Viking Tallinn and Panter/Purikad earn three points without playing

Federation also approved the HC Viking membership application. The new team replaced HK Viiking Sport Tallinn, folded after last season in debt, but it does not consider as the legal successor so can not require the payment of the debts of the other club to the new one

(11 Oct 2014)
 

Viiking Sport confirmed title in Estonia

With a spectacular comeback from 0-3 in game #3 of playoffs finals, Viiking Sport Tallinn won 4-3 at overtime and closed the series winning 3-0 over Kalev Valk Tartu, confirming the title won for the first time last season. it was a perfect season in Estonian Meistriliiga for Viiking that won all the games in regular season and playoffs.
"I suppose we were a bit better prepared physically," said forard Ragnar Hindrek Russ. "It is always good to win. Guys are very happy and we have a good feeling."

(30 Mar 2014)
 

Estonian champion out from league?

Kalev Valk Tartu, current Estonian champion, didn't appeared last Saturday in Tallinn to debut in 2012-13 Skoda League against Viiking Tallinn, citing financial problems. It's still unclear if Kalev will play the rest of the season. They lost the game 5-0 and was fined with 750 euro.

(02 Oct 2012)
 

Awards in Estonia

After the end of championship, Estonian Federation announces League awards:
Top Scorer: Anton Nekrassov (Viru Sputnik)
Best goalkeeper: Joni Weckström (Kalev-Valk)
Best defender: Aleksei Petrovits (Viru Sputnik)
Best forward: Ilja Iljin (Kalev-Valk)
Best Coach: Anatoly Zaharov (Kalev-Valk)
Fair Play: Team Viking Sport Tallinn

Federation also announces national team assistant coach Aleksandr Gavrilenok won't be on Estonia's bench at upcoming World Championship in Iceland due to commitments in native Belarus. He will be replaced by Baltica Vilnius (MHL-B) assistant coach Aleksei Lozhkin

(07 Apr 2012)
 

HK Kalev-Välk Tartu confirms title in Estonia

By beating Viru Sputnik Kohtla-Järve 5-3 in finals game #4, Kalev-Välk wins the series 3-1 and keeps Estonian Meistriliiga title. In the last game Kalev-Valk recovers from 1-3 winning the third period 4-0. Captain Ilja Iljin, scoring an hattrick, was the key player for Kalev recover. This is the 8th title for Kohtla-Järve club
In the bronze medal final Viiking Sport Tallinn captures third place winning 2-0 over Panter/Purikad

(02 Apr 2012)
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