All-Star tickets now on sale!
From today, the 14th of December, 2015, tickets for the biggest hockey show of the season, the KHL All-Star Game, are on general sale. Every hockey fan can now book a coveted seat in the stadium to see this spectacular festival, held on Saturday, the 23rd of January at the nation’s most modern arena, Moscow’s VTB Ice Palace. Tickets may be purchased via the official All-Star Game website (with no service charge) or on the website of the ticket agency, Parter.ru (with a 10% service charge). Prices of tickets range from 500 to 4,500 rubles.
We remind all fans that a week remains until the December 21st deadline for voting to select the starting fives and goalies for the All-Star Game. Hockey-lovers everywhere still have seven days to visit www.khlallstar.com
and choose the players who will step out proudly onto the ice for Team East and Team West and dazzle the hockey world with their skill, speed and technique in unforgettable Super Skills Master Show.
As of this morning, the leaders in the voting for Team West’s starting line were as follows: goaltender Alexei Murygin (Lokomotiv), defenders Nick Bailen (Dynamo Minsk) and Mat Robinson (Dynamo Moscow), plus forwards Alexander Radulov (CSKA), Ilya Kovalchuk (SKA) and Matt Ellison (Dynamo Minsk). Their nearest rivals are Ilya Sorokin (CSKA), Nikita Zaitsev (CSKA), Vyacheslav Voynov (SKA), Sergei Kostitsyn (Torpedo), Geoff Platt (CSKA) and Yegor Averin (Lokomotiv).
The current favorites in the East are goalie Alexander Salak (Sibir), a defensive pair of Alexander Loginov (Salavat Yulaev) and Kevin Dallman (Barys) and an attacking line comprising Sergei Mozyakin (Metallurg Magnitogorsk), Linus Omark (Salavat Yulaev) and Vladimir Sobotka (Avangard). Their closest challengers are Dominik Furch (Avangard), Chris Lee (Metallurg Magnitogorsk), Vladimir Denisov (Traktor), Maxim Kazakov (Metallurg Novokuznetsk), Danis Zaripov (Metallurg Magnitogorsk) and Anatoly Golyshev (Avtomobilist).
Make sure you play your part in selecting the stars who will light up the Russian capital in only 40 days’ time, in the great festival of hockey - the KHL All-Star Game.