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Moscow (19:00)

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Ekaterinburg (17:00)

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Chelyabinsk (17:00)

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Mytishchi (19:00)

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Sochi (19:30)

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Moscow (13:00)

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Balashikha (14:00)

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Minsk (16:30)

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Saint Petersburg (17:00)

3 Sep, Sat

Moscow (17:00)

3 Sep, Sat

Nizhny Novgorod (18:00)

4 Sep, Sun

Ekaterinburg (14:30)

4 Sep, Sun

Chelyabinsk (14:30)

4 Sep, Sun

Mytishchi (17:00)

4 Sep, Sun

Moscow (17:00)

4 Sep, Sun

Sochi (17:00)

5 Sep, Mon

Balashikha (19:00)

5 Sep, Mon

Moscow (19:00)

5 Sep, Mon

Minsk (19:10)

5 Sep, Mon

Moscow (19:30)

5 Sep, Mon

Saint Petersburg (19:30)

“I understand very well [that CSKA’s goalies have to measure up to Sorokin],” Fedotov told KHL.ru. “For me it’s just extra motivation, but not something to get hung up over. If I just enjoy my game, I can live up to any comparison.”

Refs getting ready

Seventy-four KHL officials took part in the pre-season fitness and study camp this week. As usual, everyone was obliged to demonstrate his physical readiness for the upcoming action, as well as getting the lowdown on the incoming rule changes that will take force this term. Chief referee Alexei Anisimov explained that the key changes will offer refs greater flexibility in the penalty tariffs available for certain offenses, while coaches will be permitted an unlimited number of challenges but face greater penalties for unsuccessful appeals.

Alexei Anisimov: ‘Coaches can make as many challenges as they want’

22.07.21. KHL referees training camp. Alexei Anisimov. Photo credits: Yury Kuzmin22.07.21. KHL referees training camp. Alexei Anisimov. Photo credits: Yury Kuzmin