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The Faceoff: Robert Rooba

When Robert Rooba signed with Severstal Cherepovets this week, he became the first Estonian player in the history of the KHL. The twenty-seven-year-old forward hopes that his hard-fought milestone will light the runway for future generations of ho…

Man of the Week ? Sergei Tolchinsky

KHL.ru’s weekly column ’Man of the Week’ goes on with the recipient of the most coveted award in the league, the playoff’s MVP: Sergei Tolchinsky.

Not many were ready to gamble on Sergei Tolchinsky last year w…

Man of the Week ? Sergei Tolchinsky

KHL.ru’s weekly column ’Man of the Week’ goes on with the recipient of the most coveted award in the league, the playoff’s MVP: Sergei Tolchinsky.

Not many were ready to gamble on Sergei Tolchinsky last year w…

Trade window opens ? the KHL week in review

May 1 means KHL clubs can start trading players again â€” and the early activity on the transfer market has been the highlight of the last few days.

Avangard celebrates its first Gagarin Cup

A Sergei Tolchinsky goal late…

Trade window opens ? the KHL week in review

May 1 means KHL clubs can start trading players again â€” and the early activity on the transfer market has been the highlight of the last few days.

Avangard celebrates its first Gagarin Cup

A Sergei Tolchinsky goal late…

The Kids Are Alright ? Season Wrap

The 2020-2021 KHL season was a high-stakes debutante ball that cast an unrelenting spotlight on Russian youth. Called to battle as COVID-19 ransacked the globe and rosters were shaken in kaleidoscopic fashion, 204 pla…

Bob Hartley?s Hawks fly high

The 2020-2021 KHL season is over, and the Gagarin Cup belongs to Avangard Omsk. The Hawks, coached by Bob Hartley, secured the trophy for the first time in their history after a 1-0 victory on Wednesday secured a&nbs…