Amur has its second victory of the season in the bag and heads to Moscow, where it’ll face a Spartak Moscow club that is in the midst of an unpleasant 4-game losing streak. Can the Tigers make use of this seldom opportunity to gain win number three?
About the game
Salavat is entering today’s game fresh off a victory.
Vityaz is also heading into today’s game on a 2-game winning streak.
Salavat is playing the 3rd of four straight home games.
Vityaz is playing the 3rd of three straight home games.
Salavat: Vladislav Kartayev, Philip Larsen, Vyacheslav Solodukhin, Markus Granlund, Danil Bashkirov
Vityaz: Alexander Semin
Forward Teemu Hartikainen is hoping to score his 150th career KHL regular season goal (currently at 148).
Forward Kaspars Daugavins is hoping to collect his 150th career KHL assist (currently at 147).
About the game
Spartak is entering the contest on a 4-game losing streak.
Amur is coming into today’s game having won its last game.
Spartak is playing the 1st of three straight home games.
Amur is playing the 4th of four straight road games.
Spartak: Nikita Sokolov
Amur: Michal Jordan, Denis Golubev, Nikita Feoktistov, Nikita Yazkov, Valentin Pyanov, Kirill Rasskozov
Defenseman Andrei Kuteikin is hoping to suit up for his 500th career KHL game (currently at 499).
Forward Vladislav Ushenin is hoping to collect his 100th career KHL assist (currently at 99) and his 150th career KHL regular season point (currently at 149).