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Avtomobilist beat Amur in shootouts in a KHL match



“Avtomobilist” on its ice in a shootout series achieved a victory over “Amur” (2:1 B) in the Fonbet KHL Championship.

The guests opened the scoring in the first period after an accurate shot from Dmitry Shevchenko. For a long time, the puck remained the only one in the match, until Brooks Macek equalized the score in the 56th minute.

In overtime, the teams did not score against each other; in the shootout, Avtomobilist’s hockey players were more successful. The decisive shot was scored by Alexey Makeev.

“Avtomobilist” with 18 points rose to 3rd place in the KHL Eastern Conference, “Amur” (12 points) – 9th.

Watch live broadcasts of Fonbet matches of the KHL Championship on the channels of the Match holding company, as well as on the websites matchtv.ru and sportbox.ru.

KHL. Regular season

Avtomobilist (Ekaterinburg) – Amur (Khabarovsk) – 2:1 B (0:1, 0:0, 1:0, 1:0)

Goals: Macek, 55:11. — Shevchenko, 7:41.

Winning shootout: Makeev

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Coach of the Ukrainian youth team: “We are going to the World Cup for promotion”




Andrei Sryubko, coach of the Ukrainian U-20 hockey team, said that he is faced with the task of improving the classification of the team in the World Championship 1B League.

“I invited almost everyone from the training camp in the Czech Republic and a few players from North America. Before the championship, we will organize another short training camp in which 25 hockey players will participate, and at the end of the championship, 20 field players and two goalkeepers will remain.

The training camp in November showed us that we have a very serious team, our players are very smart and technical, and they do not lose games even in the most difficult situations. As I said, our most difficult task will now be to choose who is the best among the worthy ones.

In two weeks we will carry out a very serious task; We will do everything to bring a gold medal to Ukraine. The team was already one step away from the goal, we will change that,” said Sryubko.

The opponents of the Ukrainian youth team in the World Cup will be teams from Poland, Slovenia, Italy, Estonia and Croatia.

Source: Sport UA

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Preparation for the World Cup. Composition of the Ukrainian youth team for training camp




Ukrainian youth hockey team U-20 will hold a training camp in Division 1B in Slovenia from 11 to 17 December before the World Championships. Coach Andrey Sryubko will apply for the tournament based on the results of the training camp.

26 hockey players will go to Slovenia. Ukraine’s opponents in the World Cup will be Poland, Estonia, Italy, Croatia and Slovenia.


Roman Batig (HC Dynamo Pardubice U20, Czech Republic)

Andrey Malykhin (HC Hronov, Czech Republic)

Gleb Artsatbanov (Bulldogs Alberni Valley, Canada)


Vladimir Volkov (HC Modre Kridla Slovan, Slovakia)

Alexey Dakhnovsky, Andriy Puzdranovsky (both – HC Kosice U20, Slovakia)

Nikita Polonitsky (Hawk)

Vladimir Troshkin (Almtuna IS J20, Sweden)

Bogdan Trushchenko (Thurgau U20, Switzerland)

Ivan Shamardin (UHT Sabers Osweecim, Poland)

Nikolay Kosarev (Forus/Sandnes U18, Norway)


Maxim Andrienko (EC Bad Tölz U20, Germany)

Stepan Gerasimenko (Lesser Capitals U20, Austria)

Nikita Ivashchenko (BIK Karlskoga J20, Sweden)

Illarion Kupriyanov (HC Dukla Jihlava U20, Czech Republic)

Alexey Evtekhov (HC Dynamo Pardubice U20, Czech Republic)

Alexander Shapovalov (TPS U20, Finland)

Klimentiy Lysak (HC Ocelari Trinec U20, Czech Republic)

Mikhail Kovalchuk (Naprzod Janow, Poland)

Ilya Kryklya, Nikita Sidorenko, Sergei Stetsyura (all – Dnepr)

Ilya Dubsky (Fehérvár Hockey Academy 19 U20, Austria)

Anton Yatsishin (Drayton Valley Thunder, Canada)

Gabriel Simchuk (Dauphin Kings, Canada)

Ignat Paziy (North Bay Battalion, Canada)

Source: Sport UA

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CSKA newcomer Williams said that he was honored to play in a club with such history




CSKA hockey player Colby Williams said that he was honored to play in such a historic club.

On Monday, CSKA lost to Lokomotiv on its ice with a score of 2:3. Williams moved to CSKA from Admiral as part of an exchange in early November.

— It was a tense game. We fought until the end, we had some chances, but, unfortunately, we hit the post. In addition, the Lokomotiv goalkeeper played well. We didn’t have some key players on the ice, but the guys who came on in their place looked decent. We could have won, but it didn’t work out. I played several matches at CSKA. Every day something new happens to me. I’m getting used to the coach and the guys. Everything is new to me. I like everything. It’s an honor to play for such a historic club. Great team, great city. I’m glad to be here. I already knew some of the guys before moving to CSKA. Darren Dietz takes good care of me. He is always happy to answer any of my questions. Fredrik Claesson is also a great guy. Vitaly Abramov and I once played on the same team. Plotnikov is also good. The doors of the coaching staff at CSKA are constantly open,” RB Sport quotes Williams as saying.

CSKA, having scored 40 points in 35 matches, is in sixth place in the Western Conference standings.

Watch Fonbet matches of the KHL Championship on the channels of the Match holding company, as well as on the websites matchtv.ru and sportbox.ru.

Source: Sportbox

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