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Adam Liska and Brooks Macek Signed with the KHL

Avtomobilist has secured the services of German international forward Brooks Macek for two seasons. The Olympic silver medallist will continue in Yekaterinburg under head coach Bill Peters. His first season in KHL produced 47 (24+23) points in 66 games. Another import who will be back next season is young Slovak forward Adam

More KHL Signings – – Some Signing Through the Olympic Cycle

Dynamo Moscow secured two imports on two-year deals. Czech international Dmitrij Jaskin, who was particularly effective in tandem with Vadim Shipachyov this season, has agreed an extension, while Slovak defenseman Michal Cajkovsky is also coming back to Moscow. The Blue-and-Whites also secured the services of head coach Vladimir Krikunov for another

Admiral takes a break – – The KHL Has Lost a Team

Admiral Vladivostok announced that it will not be competing in KHL next season. The club will continue to operate its junior team and youth activities but is taking a one-year sabbatical from KHL. The decision follows the announcement that the local authorities in the Primorye region will divert funding from

Askarov Makes His KHL Debut

Yaroslav Askarov is hotly tipped as the next great Russian goaltending talent – and the 17-year-old lived up to his potential with a game-winning performance on his KHL debut for SKA. Only Ilya Sorokin has started a KHL game between the piping at a younger age, and that by just

Alex Ovechkin Has an Advisory Role With Dynamo

Alexander Ovechkin, arguably Russia’s biggest hockey star, was back home this week as the guest of honor at an exhibition game between Avangard and his former club Dynamo Moscow. The Great 8 also spoke about his plans for life after the Washington Capitals and hinted that he could come back to

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