It has been a quiet seven days on the transfer market, with only a handful of high-profile players deciding to change employers.

The sole signifiacant move of the weekend came when Maxim Chudinov - a gold, sliver and bronze medalist with Team Russia, a two-time Gagarin Cup winner with SKA, and a veteran of every KHL season - left the Petersburg Army Men and signed up with Avangard.

Later in the week, defenseman Alexander Osipov moved in the opposite direction, departing Omsk and signing a one-way, one-year deal with Spartak. The 28-year-old is in his ninth KHL season, having completed tours of duty at Amur, Atlant, SKA, Ak Bars, plus a previous stint in the capital with Dynamo.

Croatian international forward Borna Rendulic, lately of the Colorado Avalanche and Vancouver Canucks (NHL totals: 15 games, 1 goal, 1 assist), has signed for Vityaz. The 25-year-old winger agreed a one-way, two-year deal with the Moscow Region club.

Defenseman Tobias Viklund has signed for Ugra on a one-way contract until the end of the current season. The Khanty-Mansiysk club is be the fourth in the KHL for the 31-year-old.Swedish international, following spells with Avtomobilist, Lada and Kunlun Red Star.

Richard Delacy,
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