Back and forth they go. We win one, you win one. We win two, you win two. And back and forth they go. The first six games of the GagarinRead More
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I had just finished writing about how the Kontinental Hockey League lacked parity when top-seeded SKA St. Petersburg fell in the Western Conference. That was followed one day later byRead More
In its first three seasons, the Kontinental Hockey league had two champions, Ak Bars Kazan (2008-09, 2009-10) and Salavat Yulaev Ufa (2010-11). With the former knocking out the latter inRead More
Radulov facing NHL decision Alexander Radulov is still thinking about a return to the NHL to fulfill the final year of his current contract, making him a restricted free agentRead More
Dynamo Moscow became the first team to punch its ticket into the second round of the KHL playoffs after sweeping rival Dynamo Minsk. Meanwhile, SKA St. Petersburg regroups after aRead More
Three of the four teams facing a potential 0-2 hole in the first round of the KHL playoffs bounced back from a Game One loss to even the series yesterday.Read More
The Kontinental Hockey League playoffs continued last night, showcasing all eight match-ups. The puck was dropped on the Eastern Conference competition while the West sides played Game Two. Eastern ConferenceRead More