Slovan will deliver KHL 22 Slovaks, will have a bustling Christmas

BRATISLAVA. The struggle for the Lokomotiv Cup will commence on Sept. 3 for the seventh consecutive year of the Continental Hockey League.

In the opening season of the season, winners of the last two rounds of the Gagarin Cup – Magnitogorsk – will welcome Dinamo Moscow instead of last year’s finalists. The lion is not going to make this season for bust.

Slovakia will have a fourth consecutive year of its representative in a multinational competition.After the now non-existent HC Lev Poprad, who played KHL in the 2011/2012 season, two years ago Slovan Bratislava entered the international league.

New clubs on the KHL map are the Finnish Jokerit Helsinki, newly created HK Sochi, and after a four-year break, the Lada Togliatti team has returned to the league.

In comparison with the previous season, HC Lev Prague is not going to be cheated, the lack of finances is plagued by Spartak Moscow and Ukrainian Donbas Donck will not play for safety reasons. 60 matches in the base part of the League will play 28 teams from seven countries – Russia, Slovakia, Finland, Belarus, Latvia, Kazakhstan and Croatia. With the exception of Russia, each country has one representative per competition.

KHL leadership has divided teams into two conferences that have two divisions.Slovan will play in the Bobrov Division at the Western Conference. There are also Dinamo Minsk, Dinamo Riga, Jokerit Helsinki, Medveschak Zagreb, SKA St. Petersburg and Atlant Mytisch.

Each of the 28 KHL clubs will have 60 duels in the base. The clubs compete against the opponents of the same division 24 times (twice at home, twice out), another fourteen duels against teams from the second division of the same conference (once at home, once out) and 14 duels awaiting them against teams from the second conference And outdoors).

From the remaining eight battles four clubs play against opponents from the same conference and four more against teams from the other.

The League Leaders planned to Star Wars on 24 and 25 January 2015 in Sochi.

The long-term competition will end 24.February 2015 and the winner of the Gagarin Cup will be announced no later than April 23rd. The Managing Authority of the transnational competition also planned one representative break – from 16 to 21 December. Slovan awaits Merry Christmas

Slovan begins at home against Medveschak Zagreb on Thursday, September 4 at 19.00.

Then he will show up in three matches at the opponent – on Saturday, September 6, the Gagarin Cup winner in Magnitogorsk will be on the ice, two days later in Ekaterinburg and a war in Kazan on Wednesday, September 10th.

At home, they play again on Sunday, September 14, against Nizhny Novgorod.

Breakthrough for the Bratislava club at Christmas. On Wednesday, December 24, Nižnekamsk will host and Saint Petersburg two days later. Then, however, the Slavs are free to 4.January

The longest line is going on outside at the turn of January and February, when they visit St. Petersburg, Helsinki, Riga, Mytisch, Moscow (CSKA), Nizhny Novgorod and Cherepovec. Fighting with Atlant and CSKA, however, is a battle of stars.

The last 60th duel of the base part of Slovan will take place on Tuesday, February 24, 2015, against the newcomer of Jokerit Helsinki.

Traditional favorites of the new KHL are especially wealthy clubs with high budgets SKA St. Petersburg, Kazan, Ufa, Omsk, Dinamo Moscow, Magnitogorsk, CSKA Moscow wants to build on the glory of the past.

The biggest star of the competition will be Iľja Kovaľčuk from SKA St. Petersburg.After returning from the NHL, he stayed in the team in which he played during the lock or last season.

The KHL 2014/2015 will be a very decent Slovakian player thanks to Slovan Bratislava, currently in the list of 28 clubs there are 33 Slovaks in the squad of 8 teams.

In Amure Chabarovsk there is a trio of attackers Rastislav Špirko, Michel Miklik and Marcel Haščák, Omsk long-injured defender Kristián Kudroč, Astane goalkeeper Ján Laco, Minsk bek Ivan Švarný, Rige Milan Jurčina and Marcel Hoss, In Togliatti defenders Peter Podhradský and Karol Sloboda and Zagreb Branislav Mezei. There are 22 Slovaks on the list of Slovan. Composition of KHL 2014/2015:

Within KHL, players will be able to change jerseys until December 25th. So far, the transition period has taken place until January 15th.In European leagues, according to IIHF rules, the deadline for changing the jersey is February 15th.

The KHL decided for the December deadline that clubs without a chance to play in the play-off could not speculate and not let their top players into the other teams. In December, the table is usually more balanced and the chance to participate in the deferral phase has more clubs than in mid-January.

“The owners of some clubs, on January 15, understand that their team is not going to play-off or has only a minimal chance, so they start to redistribute players, the leaders will strengthen other teams.We believe the assemblies should be completed during the Inter-Season and during the championship, the changes should only be the result of injuries or other exceptional situations, “Dirk Kurbitov, Vice-President of KHL, told Itar-Tass. >

Thursday 4 September: HC Slovan Bratislava – Medveščak Zagreb (19.00)

Saturday, September 6: Metallurg Magnitogorsk – HC Slovan Bratislava (13.00) : HC Slovan Bratislava – Torpedo Nižnij (17.30)

Sunday, September 14: Akademik Jekaterinburg – HC Slovan Bratislava (15.00)

Novgorod (17.00)

Tuesday, September 16: HC Slovan Bratislava – Severstaľ Čerepovec (19.00)

September: HC Slovan Bratislava – CSKA Moscow (17.30)

Wednesday 24 September: HC Slovan Bratislava – Medveščak Zagreb (19.00) (19.00)

Wednesday, October 29: HC Slovan Bratislava – Dinamo Minsk (19.00)

P> Monday 6 October: SKA St. Petersburg – HC Slovan Bratislava (17.00)

Wednesday, October 8: Dinamo Riga – HC Slovan Bratislava Minsk – HC Slovan Bratislava (18.00) Sunday 12 October: HC Slovan Bratislava – Jokerit Helsinki (17.00) Tuesday 14. October: Medveščak Zagreb – HC Slovan Bratislava (19.00)

Saturday 18 October: Tractor Chelbinsky – HC Slovan Bratislava (13.00)

October: Jugra Chanty-Mansijsk – HC Slovan Bratislava (15.00) Wednesday 22 October: Neftechimik Nižnekamsk – HC Slovan Bratislava (17.00) Friday 24 October: Lada Togliatti – HC Slovan Bratislava (17.00) Thursday 30 October: HC Slovan Bratislava – Sibir Novosibirsk (19.00)

Friday 31 October: HC Slovan Bratislava – Amur Chabarovsk Sunday

Wednesday, November 5: Sibir Novosibirsk – HC Slovan Bratislava (13.00)

Friday, November 7: HC Slovan Bratislava – Admiral Vladivostok : HC Slovan Bratislava – Medveshak Zagreb (19.00)

Sunday, November 16: Jokerit Helsinki – HC Slovan Bratislava (13.00)


Tuesday 18.November 20: HC Slovan Bratislava – Lokomotiv Jaroslavl (18.00)

Tuesday, November 20: Atlant Mytischi – HC Slovan Bratislava (16.00)


Thursday 27 November: HC Slovan Bratislava – Vítaz Podolsk (19.00)

P> Monday 1 December: HC Slovan Bratislava – Metallurg Novokuzneck (19.00)

Wednesday 3 December: HK Sochi – HC Slovan Bratislava

Wednesday 10 December: HC Slovan Bratislava – Barys Astana (19.00)

Friday 12 December: HC Slovan Bratislava – Salavat Julajev Ufa (19.00)

December: HC Slovan Bratislava – Jokerit Helsinki (19.00) Monday 22 December: HC Slovan Bratislava – Lada Togliatti (19.00) Wednesday 24 December: HC Slovan Bratislava – Neftechimik Nižnekamsk (13.00)

Friday 26 December: HC Slovan Bratislava – SKA St. Petersburg (19.00)

Sunday, January 4: Medveščak Zagreb – HC Slovan Bratislava P> Thursday 8 January: Dinamo Minsk – HC Slovan Bratislava (17.00)

Saturday, January 10: Lokomotiv Jaroslavl – HC Slovan Bratislava (14.00) HC Slovan Bratislava – HC Slovan Bratislava (14.00)

Thursday, January 15: HC Slovan Bratislava – HK Sochi (19.00)

Tuesday, January 20: HC Slovan Bratislava – Dinamo Minsk (19.00)

January: HC Slovan Bratislava – Atlant Mytišči (19.00) Wednesday, January 28: SKA St. Petersburg – HC Slovan Bratislava (16.00) Friday 30 January: Jokerit Helsinki – HC Slovan Bratislava (18.00)

Tuesday, February 3: Atlant Mytischi – HC Slovan Bratislava (16.00)

P> Wednesday 11 February: CSKA Moskva – HC Slovan Bratislava (16.00)

Friday 13 February: Torpedo Nižnij Novgorod – HC Slovan Bratislava HC Slovan Bratislava – SKA St. Petersburg (17.00) Wednesday, February 18: HC Slovan Bratislava – Dinamo Riga (19.00)


Tuesday, February 24: HC Slovan Bratislava – Jokerit Helsinki (19.00)