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28 Nov 2021 | Denis Vidilin  (F) Did not playarrowCSK VVS Samara
28 Nov 2021 | Ivan Glazkov  (D) Izhstal IzhevskarrowHC Prešov Penguins
27 Nov 2021 | Alexander Shikun  (D) Gornyak UMMCarrowLada Togliatti
25 Nov 2021 | Andrei Alexeyev  (F) Izhstal IzhevskarrowErzurum Büyükşehir Belediyesi SK
League leaders |  season 2021-2022 all time stats
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Mikhail ShalaginLWMikhailov Academy Novomoskovsk15561162
2.Dmitry MarkovinLWMikhailov Academy Novomoskovsk15561162
3.Donat StalnovCLada Togliatti12561121
4.Ivan NikolishinCNeftyanik Almetyevsk9191022
5.Yevgeny StepanovFZauralie Kurgan1536960
6.Denis ShurakovRWNeftyanik Almetyevsk131896-7
7.Anton ZlobinRWMikhailov Academy Novomoskovsk21358121
8.Nikita SirotkinRWZauralie Kurgan234378-4
9.Vladimir DzhigFIzhstal Izhevsk1634743
10.Alexei VolginDSokol Krasnoyarsk633623
Show all stats for season 2021-2022
League standings stage:
# Club G W W-OTL-OTL Score P
1SKA Neva2718324104:54 62
2Metallurg Novokuznetsk261543490:60 56
3Khimik Voskresensk271551683:60 56
4Molot Perm261623591:58 55
5Dinamo St. Petersburg261542580:53 55
6Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk271445482:57 55
7Rubin Tyumen271355486:60 54
8Lada Togliatti271254684:68 50
9Sokol Krasnoyarsk271423881:60 49
10Toros Neftekamsk271326686:73 49
11HC Rostov261235672:62 47
12Zvezda Moskva2713211166:63 44
13Bars Kazan261126774:70 43
14Gornyak UMMC27956782:81 43
15Neftyanik Almetyevsk2612211162:65 41
16Mikhailov Academy Novomoskovsk2711131278:75 38
17Zauralie Kurgan26746958:68 35
18Krylya Omsk278421371:81 34
19Chelmet Chelyabinsk276711363:77 33
20Yuzhny Ural Orsk278241362:69 32
21HK Tambov267431255:80 32
22HK Ryazan275251565:82 24
23Buran Voronezh265321649:79 23
24Yermak Angarsk263611663:91 22
25Dizel Penza264251554:82 21
26Izhstal Izhevsk263202145:85 13
27CSK VVS Samara262022236:109 8
Last updated: 27 Nov 2021, 19:09

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Buran withdraw from Dizel Cup and tournament was stopped and cancelled

Hockey team Buran announced that was forced to withdraw from the Dizel Cup tournament held in Penza.

Due to the fact that the team went to this competition in a truncated composition, and due to the numerous injuries to the players received in the matches held at the tournament, today the team does not have enough minimum number of hockey players to apply for the match.

Dizel Penza decided to end the tournament ahead of schedule.

(19 Aug 2020)

Torpedo-Gorky leaves VHL

Hockey club Torpedo-Gorky Nizhny Novgorod made a decision not taking part in the VHL season 2020-2021 due to the difficult financial situation in the club caused by significant unplanned spending on the fight against coronavirus infection.

(15 Aug 2020)

Pavel Kruty passed away

Forward Pavel Kruty died in Orsk today, as reported by the VHL official website. He was 23 years old.

In the morning, Pavel Kruty, who was at the training camp of the Yuzhny Ural Orsk, felt unwell. He was given first aid by the club doctor. The player was taken by an ambulance to the intensive care unit, where he died. A preliminary diagnosis is pulmonary embolism.

Last season Pavel Kruty played for Saryarka Karaganda and recently moved to Yuzhny Ural Orsk. He played also for KRS Heilongjiang and Amur Tigers Khabarovsk, In 1997 was named to MHL All-Star Game

(10 Jul 2020)

Chinese clubs won’t compete in VHL anymore

According to Sport-Express portal, all the three Chinese clubs competing in VHL - Tseng Tau Jilin City, KRS Beijing and ORGZHI Beijing - won't compete in the next season. At the moment only ORGZHI, the Kunlun Red Star farm club, confirmed the withdrawal and rumours are it could move somewhere to Russia. No specific reason was cited, but the possible cause is the planned debut of the Chinese championship or the Covid-19 outbreak which has made travel between nations difficult.
Previously also the Uzbek club Humo Tashkent announced the withdrawal from the league

(27 Apr 2020)

Two more teams accepted in VHL

After the inclusion of four new teams at the beginning of June - Dynamo Tver, Torpedo-Gorky Nizhny Novgorod, Nomad Nur-Sultan (KAZ) and Humo Tashkent (UZB) - VHL announced the addition of two more clubs for the upcoming season: HC Rostov, competing since 2013 in VHL-B, the Russian third division, and Shougang Beijing, a new club acting as Red Star Kunlun farm club. With a record of 34 teams, VHL will be organized into 2 conferences and 4 divisions

(16 Jul 2019)

Alexander Titov disqualified for 4 years

Russian defender Alexander Titov, 28,  was suspended for four years for violating anti-doping rules, as reported by the official website of Russian Anti Doping Agency RUSADA.
Titov lastly played for Dizel Penza in 2017-2018 season.

(09 Jul 2019)

Sary Arka wins VHL title

Sary Arka beat Rubin Tyumen 4-1 in today's VHL final to win the series 4-1.
The club from Kazakhstan was also VHL champion 2014.

(24 Apr 2019)

Leonids Tambijevs back in Karaganda

Leonids Tambijevs, 48, is the new head coach of Sary Arka Karaganda. He signed a contract until 2020 returning to the bench of the club he lead in 2014-2015 winning the VHL regular season before losing in playoffs semifinals. Last season won the title with Dinamo St. Petersburg, left last month by mutual agreement. Tambijevs replaces interim coach Dmitri Maximov, back at original task of head coach at HK Temirtau, Sary Arka farm club. Andrejs Banada will be the assistant coach

(17 Nov 2018)

Dinamo St. Petersburg changes coach

VHL champion Dinamo St. Petersburg annunces club has terminated the contract by mutual consent with coach Leonids Tambijevs. The team is currently 5th in the standing with a 8-5 record. Tambijevs, on Dinamo bench since 2016, will be replaced by former Dynamo Moscow coach Sergei Oreshkin, in the team staff as consultant since last season. Oreshkin will be assisted by Italo-Canadian Ivano Zanatta

(16 Oct 2018)

Yevgeny Rymarev is the Kazakhstan Player of the Year

Kazzin Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk captain Yevgeny Rymarev was named Kazakhstan Player of the Year for the 2017-2018 season. Rymarev preceded Avangard Omsk left-winger Semyon Koshelev - who plays with Russian passport - Barys Astana duo Roman Starchenko (winner in 2013 and 2015) and the KHL Top-Scorer Nigel Dawes and the winner of last season, Nomad and Barys forward Nikita Mikhailis

(29 Jun 2018)
27 Nov 2021Buran Voronezh - Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk1-2
27 Nov 2021Zvezda Moskva - Mikhailov Academy Novomoskovsk1-4
27 Nov 2021Sokol Krasnoyarsk - Krylya Omsk6-0
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Fast factsseason 2021-2022

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Gomel progress to Superfinal

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