SKA sets record, loses game. September 28 round-up

28 September 2018

SKA set a new all-time Russian record shut-out streak before finally allowing a goal. But after Avangard stopped the clock at 326:27, the Army Men saw their seven-game winning streak halted in a shoot-out. Sibir, meanwhile, slumped to a 12th successive loss after a 1-5 mauling in Minsk. Torpedo edged Red Star in an overtime thriller, while Admiral beat Neftekhimik in a shoot-out. Ak Bars rallied to beat Amur and Vityaz snapped a four-game losing streak with success over Salavat Yulaev.

Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 3 Kunlun Red Star 2 OT

28 September 2018

Red Star’s latest road trip has been full of drama and there’s plenty of encouragement for the team after picking a fifth point in three games here in Nizhny Novgorod. After back-to-back wins in Tatarstan, hopes were high for a third successive win and another opponent conquered for the first time. The roster was boosted by the addition of experienced Canadian forward Martin St. Pierre, best known in the KHL from his time at Barys.

A Ural goal rush and Avto’s 11th win. September 27 round-up

27 September 2018

The Urals was the place to be in today’s KHL. While Avtomobilist was reeling off its 11th successive victory in Yekaterinburg, Metallurg and Dynamo shared 11 goals in Magnitogorsk. Elsewhere, CSKA beat Spartak in the Moscow derby, Sakari Manninen inspired Jokerit to victory at Slovan and there were road wins for Lokomotiv and Sochi.

Lisin waived; Padakin moves to Neftekhimik

27 September 2018

Yet another player waived by Sibir.

Beating the Champion. Ak Bars Kazan 3 Kunlun Red Star 4

27 September 2018

In a game full of incident and excitement, Red Star pulled off its most impressive win of the season. Not only did our guys beat the defending KHL champion and record a first ever victory against Ak Bars, they did it after recovering from a hammer-blow midway through the game.

Sibir suffers record-breaking loss, Red Star stuns the champion. Sep 26

26 September 2018

Sibir’s 11th successive defeat, this time going down 0-5 at SKA, sets a new KHL record for the worst start to a season. Elsewhere, Ak Bars scored three goals in 41 seconds but still lost at home to Kunlun Red Star. There were home wins for Torpedo and Neftekhimik, while Matthew Frattin gaev Barys a shoot-out win at Vityaz. Salavat Yulaev won 3-1 at Dinamo Minsk.

Pashnin banned for three games

26 September 2018

The KHL Disciplinary Committee investigated events from Tuesday’s games.

Kunlun Red Star will play in Beijing starting from January 3

26 September 2018

The Chinese team will get back to Beijing right after the New Year.

On the way to Vienna. Bernd Brückler

26 September 2018

This October, the KHL will come to Vienna for the first time. One month before our first ever face-off on Austrian ice, talked to Bernd Brückler, the first Austrian goalie in the history of the league.

Chris Stewart joins Slovan

26 September 2018

The Canadian forward moves to Bratislava.

HC Dynamo parts ways with Boyd

26 September 2018

The Canadian forward leaves Moscow.

Rybin’s dribbling, Shvets-Rogovoi’s shot on his knees and Sexton’s slalom

25 September 2018

The third week of the regular season was full of spectacular moments. is proud to present you its weekly ranking.

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