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“Amur” beat “Admiral” and broke a three-game losing streak in the KHL



Khabarovsk “Amur” defeated Vladivostok “Admiral” in a home match of the regular season of the Fonbet KHL Championship.

The meeting ended with the score 2:1 (1:0, 0:1, 1:0). Vyacheslav Gretsky and Viktor Baldaev scored among the winners, and Denis Golubev scored for the guests.

“Amur”, which broke a three-game losing streak, is in ninth place in the Eastern Conference standings with 32 points, “Admiral” (22) is last.

In the next match, Amur will host Severstal Cherepovets on Friday, and Admiral will play at home with Sochi on the same day.

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

KHL. Regular season

“Amur” (Khabarovsk) – “Admiral” (Vladivostok) – 2:1 (1:0, 0:1, 1:0)

Goals: Gretsky, 12:13. Baldaev, 41:13. — Golubev, 30:49.

Source: Sportbox

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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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“I hate getting injured” – Torpedo hockey player Artamonov




Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod forward Nikita Artamonov spoke about his recovery from injury, noting that he hates getting hurt.

The 18-year-old hockey player was injured in the Fonbet KHL Championship match with Torpedo. This season, Artamonov played 26 games in the regular season, in which he scored 14 (4+10) points.

— At what point did you get injured with Spartak?

“Yes, I didn’t have time to group myself and got hit.” He flew into the glass with his hand. At first I thought I had broken my collarbone. I couldn’t lift my arm, but then the pain began to go away. I wanted to return to the game, but they told me not to. Recovery was supposed to take 4 weeks. It turns out that even less time has passed.

— Are you very upset?

– Yes. I hate getting injured. It’s still out of the blue here. Then I was at home with my parents, and they let me go,” Sport24 quotes Artamonov as saying.

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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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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