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Coach: Vyacheslav Bykov

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Coach: Zinetula Bilyaletdinov
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SKA storms to Gagarin Cup glory

19 April 2015, 20:18

Ak Bars 1 SKA 6 SKA wins the Gagarin Cup, taking the final series 4-1 The long, long wait is over at last. After 69 years of hockey in Leningrad and St. Petersburg, Russia’s second city can finally claim to be number 1. A devastating first-period performance in Kazan decided the course of game five – and the final series – inside 15 minutes as SKA raced into a 4-0 lead, clinically dismembering the prospects of the most dangerous of the provincial pretenders to Russian hockey’s top honors. For a team that had never before managed to win a major domestic title – two bronzes in the Soviet championship and two Soviet Cup runner-up medals were as good as it got – lifting the Gagarin Cup for the first time was only the start of a memorable sequence of triumphs. Hot shot Evgeny Dadonov scored his 15th post-season goal, setting a new KHL record as he made it 3-0 in the 11th minute. His line-mate Vadim Shipachyov became the leading point-scorer in this year’s play-off, overtaki ...

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