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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotorobot View Post
    Spartak Saint Petersburgh is out of the championship due to the financial problems ...
    These are not such a good news!!! Both Spartak teams are still in a crisis!!! :090: Maybe two teams for Saint Petersburg are too much, or Sushinsky and Co cost a lot?! :blah:
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    the fun is that there are else 2 teams in St Petersburgh: HC KOMBAT and HC Piter
    here there are the standings of them http://www.khimik.ru/farm_table.html
    Actually I can't understand what for are these teams when the first club SKA has his own farm...

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    Does anyone else think the league title should be awarded to Ak Bars now??? 8 points ahead with a game extra to play, who is going to stop them? 2nd place Omsk and 3rd place Magnitka both lost in the last round....for me it's over!:nr:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irate-Pirate View Post
    Does anyone else think the league title should be awarded to Ak Bars now??? 8 points ahead with a game extra to play, who is going to stop them? 2nd place Omsk and 3rd place Magnitka both lost in the last round....for me it's over!:nr:
    Nah, I think Salavat will fight for medals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irate-Pirate View Post
    Does anyone else think the league title should be awarded to Ak Bars now??? 8 points ahead with a game extra to play, who is going to stop them? 2nd place Omsk and 3rd place Magnitka both lost in the last round....for me it's over!:nr:
    Last year Metallurg, Magnitogorsk was the best team after before the PO series, so it does not metter that Ak Bars is leading now, BUT this team has very good chances, 'cos shows stable and strong game!!!
    I'll be glad to see Metallurg on one of the first places!!! :023:
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    eh...one of the Russian greatests clubs - Moscow "Krilya Sovetov" go away from Superleague, because club have finansial difficulties. Players receiven't it's money very long, and they saw, that next game it will not go to ice. "Krilya" ice arena's workers saw, that they refuse work too. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysipo View Post
    eh...one of the Russian greatests clubs - Moscow "Krilya Sovetov" go away from Superleague, because club have finansial difficulties. Players receiven't it's money very long, and they saw, that next game it will not go to ice. "Krilya" ice arena's workers saw, that they refuse work too. :(
    Oh yes, they have lost two last games with scores 1:13, 1:17 (that's the new record in the modern Russian history), anyway, I hope Moscow will not lose this team, and we'll see fans in "KS" jerceys in some years close to the reconstrusted Arena in Setun (in Moscow).

    Fans have made a special banner on the Arena: "Soviet Wings, you 'll never walk alone!"
    Wanna see them next season in the RSL!!!
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    The flight from Khabarovsk was delayed and so Amur couldn't make it to Omsk in time for the face-off. This game was to be shown on tv....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irate-Pirate View Post
    The flight from Khabarovsk was delayed and so Amur couldn't make it to Omsk in time for the face-off. This game was to be shown on tv....
    This game will start at 22:30 Omsk time, poor fans how will they go to their work tomorrow?! :blah:
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    CSKA - Salavat Yulaev
    that was one of the nicest games I saw in this season. Yulaev's goalie's saves one were more beautiful than another...CSKA team full superiority in 2-nd and 3-rd period, nice bullit, 0:3 before third period, 3:3 after third period.

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    Dynamo, Moscow contracts

    Defender Denis Kulyash has decided to leave Dynamo, Moscow for the next season.
    One of the best Goaltenders of the RSL Vitaly Eremeev has signed the two year Contract, and will stay in Dynamo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mysipo View Post
    CSKA - Salavat Yulaev
    that was one of the nicest games I saw in this season. Yulaev's goalie's saves one were more beautiful than another...CSKA team full superiority in 2-nd and 3-rd period, nice bullit, 0:3 before third period, 3:3 after third period.
    Yeah, that was a game which makes fans drink valerian with buckets :)

    Luckily our guys could score a very important goal in the OT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kedr View Post
    Yeah, that was a game which makes fans drink valerian with buckets :)

    Luckily our guys could score a very important goal in the OT.
    Have you watched this game on your TV or alive in Moscow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN View Post
    Have you watched this game on your TV or alive in Moscow?
    On TV.
    RTR-Sport broadcasted this game live yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN View Post
    Defender Denis Kulyash has decided to leave Dynamo, Moscow for the next season.
    Any rumours about possible destinations? He will stay in Russia or goes abroad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Québecois View Post
    Any rumours about possible destinations? He will stay in Russia or goes abroad?
    He seems to go back to the CSKA, Moscow, but these are just talks!!! :)
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    Khimik, MO(8 place in season) - Ak BArs, Kazan(1 place in season) 1 - 3 in serie
    Lokomotiv, Yaroslavl(7 place) - Avangard, Omsk(2 place) 1 - 3 in serie
    Sibir, Novosibirsk(5 place) - Metallurg, Magnitogorsk(4 place) 0 - 3 in serie
    Struggle is only in CSKA - Salavat Yulaev pair....
    Do conclusions.....
    You will not see such in NHL..but in Russia this is normal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysipo View Post
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    Do conclusions.....
    You will not see such in NHL..but in Russia this is normal....
    Please, have a look at the Finnish SM-Liga Play OFFs, main teams won their series with the score 4:0 or 4:1, two pairs of the Sweden 1/4 Finals ended with the 4:0 scores, in Czech Repuplic two 1/4 Finals ended with 4:1 and 4:2 wins.

    They also can be called unnecessary...
    I do not agree with you, because all Play Off games in Russia were sold-out (that is one of the most interesting and long-awaited event for fans) mostgames were very strained, and only Metallurg, Magnitogorsk won all 6 games of PO round.

    Can you offer something better?

    It's possible to start Play Offs with 1/4, but in this case Russia is to be devided into two divisions like Vysshaya Liga or NHL, but in Russia it's not possible 'cos of different levels of teams from "WEST" and "EAST".
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    Quote Originally Posted by kedr View Post
    On TV.
    RTR-Sport broadcasted this game live yesterday.
    I've seen about 80-90 fans from Ufa on the Arena, that have supported very good Salavat Yulaev!!! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mysipo View Post
    CSKA - Salavat Yulaev
    that was one of the nicest games I saw in this season. Yulaev's goalie's saves one were more beautiful than another...CSKA team full superiority in 2-nd and 3-rd period, nice bullit, 0:3 before third period, 3:3 after third period.
    Mezin or Tarasov was in the net? :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aldair1808 View Post
    Mezin or Tarasov was in the net? :)
    V.Tarasov has saved the game!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN View Post
    V.Tarasov has saved the game!!!
    :)) They will loose if they won't put Mezin in the next game! :))

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    Quote Originally Posted by aldair1808 View Post
    :)) They will loose if they won't put Mezin in the next game! :))
    Everything (possible semi-final of the RSL) is in the hands of Salavat now, so it depends upon the conditins of both Goaltenders. Mazin is also very good!!! So, we'll see the decision very soon!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN View Post
    Everything (possible semi-final of the RSL) is in the hands of Salavat now, so it depends upon the conditins of both Goaltenders. Mazin is also very good!!! So, we'll see the decision very soon!!!
    Sure, good luck to the team! I really like them! Also I can watch them live on RTR-Planeta Sport!

    P.S. Mezin, not Mazin:D

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    Players of Krylya Sovetov have received salary!!!

    All players of HC Krylya Sovetov, Moscow have received their salaries (that means the situation has been changed), but it's still the open question about the Ice Palace "Krylya Sovetov", 'cos this Arena doesn't belong to team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aldair1808 View Post
    ...Mezin, not Mazin:D
    :; I know his name, simply printed it in this way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aldair1808 View Post
    :)) They will loose if they won't put Mezin in the next game! :))
    Mezin didn't look well in the 2nd game while Tarasov's style of playing is quite effective against CSKA.

    Though both are excellent goalkeepers.
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    Yury Zyplakov is still unconscious!!!

    Russian 36-year old Referee Yury Zyplakov that has got a heart injury and the fracture of sternum during the 3-d 1/4 Fanal game between Lokomotiv, Yaroslavl and Avangard, Omsk is still unconscious in a hospital of Yaroslavl.

    He's ended the second period, but during the break has felt himself worse, and was rushed into the hospital.

    Wish him enough strengh to recover!!! We're with you, Yury!!!
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    Heftekhimik, Nizhnekamsk new Coach

    Gennady Zygurnov will be announced today as the new Head Coach of HC Neftekhimik, Nizhnekamsk (informs Sport-express).
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    Canada Shakhraychuk leaves Dynamo, Moscow

    Ukrainian Forwarder of Dynamo, Moscow, Vadim Shakhraychuk will continue his carier in another team, informs Tvoy Den newspaper (Ukraine).

    Dynamo is very close to sign contracts with some Canadian players. THerir names would be announced later (as soon as the season will be finished).
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    Russia HC MVD, MO new Coach

    Three times Olympic Champion Andrew Khomutov is the new Head Coach of HC MVD, MO. His contract has been signed for 2+1 years.
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    Russia Trakto, Tchelyabinsk new Coach

    Andrew Nazarov has been announced new Head Coach of Traktor, Tchelyabinsk. He's the youngest Coach of the RSL.
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    Russia HC Khimik, MO new Coach

    The Head Coach of Russian Youth National Team Evgeny Popikhin has been announced new Head Coach of HC Khimik, MO.
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    Barry Smith quits Coyotes coaching job take position with St.Petersburg

    Associate coach Barry Smith has resigned from the Phoenix Coyotes to become head coach and director of hockey operations for St. Petersburg of the Russian Elite League, the NHL team announced Tuesday.
    http://www.thehockeynews.com/en/news...p?xml=h041008A

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    Ukraine Avangard, Omsk gain

    Defender Sergey Klimentyev (HC MVD, MO) has signed a Contract with Avangard, Omsk (informs sport-express).
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN View Post
    These are not such a good news!!! Both Spartak teams are still in a crisis!!! :090: Maybe two teams for Saint Petersburg are too much, or Sushinsky and Co cost a lot?! :blah:
    it is very sad to see both spartak teams struggle. I can not understand why st. petersburg can not support 2 teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN View Post
    Andrew Nazarov has been announced new Head Coach of Traktor, Tchelyabinsk. He's the youngest Coach of the RSL.
    Andrei Nazarov??? Dinamo Moskva player???? i think he played several teams in NHL. if it is true, it is very big suprise.

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    Russia HC MVD gains

    HC MVD, MO has signed two good Forwarders Vadim Shakhraychuk (Dynamo, Moscow) and Andrew Bashkirov (Avangard, Omsk) as well as Defender Nikita Zyrulev (Neftyanik, Leninogorsk).
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    Canada Dynamo, Moscow possible gain

    On May, 1 new Canadian Forwarder will become the player of Dynamo, Moscow:Eric Landry, Bern.

    Good news!!! :)
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    I read a rumour about a posible transfer of Kirill Koltsov from Avangard to Khimik...can confirm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davide View Post
    I read a rumour about a posible transfer of Kirill Koltsov from Avangard to Khimik...can confirm?
    It is confirmed.
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    Belarus

    Andrei Mezin was signed by Metallurg Magnitogorsk to be their first goalkeeper after Travis Scott moved to Germany.

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    Russia Oleg Tverdovskiy

    Does anybody know anything about Oleg Tverdovsky??!
    I heard that He is coming back to Russia! And He had some talks about His contract with Avangard and SKA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Sykora View Post
    It is confirmed.
    Why do You think, that it is confirmed??! He is still in Omsk negotiating about His new contract!

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    Metallurg Magnitogorsk

    Gone: Travis Scott, Vyacheslav Zavalnyuk, Anton Polischuk, Ruslan Nurtdinov, Alexey Tertyshniy, Dmitry Pestunov, Denis Mosalev, Igor Velichkin.

    Came:
    GK: Andrey Mezin (08.07.1974, Salavat Ulaev)
    Def: Martin Shtrbak (15.01.1975, CSKA)
    Ivan Savin (04.01.1981, HK MVD)
    For: Evgeniy Fedorov (11.11.1981, Dinamo Moscow)
    Yuriy Babenko (02.01.1978, HK MVD)
    Igor Emeleev (07.03.1981, SKA)
    Sergey and Mikhail Sevostiyanovi (24.07.1980, Khimik Mytischi)
    Information is from the official web-site of Metallurg Magnitogorsk:
    http://www.metallurg.ru/news/28916/

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    Alexei Troschinskiy

    He signed a two-year contract with Dinamo Moscow. Last Season He played for Avangard Omsk.
    Confirmed by Dinamo Moscow's PR Division.

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    Rosters?

    Hi!

    Is it possible to find (in non-cyrillic letters) the SuperLeague and/or Vyusshaya League rosters anywhere?

    Thanks in advance,
    Aren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aren View Post
    Hi!

    Is it possible to find (in non-cyrillic letters) the SuperLeague and/or Vyusshaya League rosters anywhere?

    Thanks in advance,
    Aren
    Here you can find all infos you need


    http://hockey.penza.net/menu_en.asp?razdel=2&language=e

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havbeck View Post
    Why do You think, that it is confirmed??! He is still in Omsk negotiating about His new contract!
    Because Avangard Omsk confirmed it on their official web-site. You don't trust me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Sykora View Post
    Because Avangard Omsk confirmed it on their official web-site. You don't trust me?
    That is not a question of trust! It was on Avangard official web-site, but it was in the column of news from different web-sites. But those are just news from other web-sites and concerning transfers, the majority of them are gossips. Official information is a bit above all these news.
    But it looks as if it can be confirmed. The latest news are: Kolcov is not in Avangard. He is going to NHL and may be He would sign safety contract with Khimik in order if he comes back in the middle of the Season.

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