Portable.TV brings Kontinental Hockey League to a global audience
In an exciting announcement, the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) will be making all of this season’s 640 games available live for viewers on the Portable.TV app. The partnership was facilitated by the global sports business agency SPORTFIVE.
2022 Fonbet All-Star Week media accreditation
The Kontinental Hockey League is accepting applications for media accreditation to the Fonbet KHL All-Star Game, the Junior Hockey League Challenge Cup and the Women’s Hockey League All-Star Game. All three events are part of the Fonbet All-Star Week in Chelyabinsk in January 2022.
Kostitsyn the scorer, and Stas the Iron-man. KHL records from Belarus
In the 2020-2021 season, Teemu Hartikainen and Kaspars Daugavins established records among Finnish and Latvian players in the KHL. KHL.ru opens a new column regarding record-breaking players from different countries, starting from Belarus. For Belarus and Kazakhstan, naturalized North American players aren't eligible for the lists.
2020-2021 Avangard review. First Gagarin Cup triumph
KHL.ru continues its series rounding up the seasons of each of the 23 teams that took part in the 2020-2021 championship. Avangard reached the Gagarin Cup finals for the second time in three seasons and finally lifted the trophy for the first time in its history.
CSKA season review: reconstruction and another Continental Cup
KHL.ru continues its series reviewing the fortunes of all 23 competing teams in the 2020-2021 season. CSKA, perhaps more than any other, had to work hard to fit its roster under the newly-imposed hard salary cap. They passed that test with flying colors, topping the regular season table for the third time in a row and the sixth in seven years before going on to the Gagarin Cup final.
2020-2021 Ak Bars review. Voronkov's progress and imports' fail in the PO
KHL.ru continues its series rounding up the seasons of each of the 23 teams that took part in the 2020-2021 championship. Ak Bars had a tremendous regular season and looked excellent in the Gagarin Cup playoff’s first couple of rounds. However, in the East finals, the team lacked production from its imports.
2020-2021 Salavat Yulaev review. A superb trio and a bad playoff
KHL.ru continues reviewing the 2020-2021 campaign for the league’s 23 teams. Salavat Yulaev Ufa had an outstanding regular season, primarily thanks to its Finn line of Teemu Hartikainen, Markus Granlund, and Sakari Manninen. However, in the playoff, Ak Bars managed to close down the games, and a 0-4 first-round exit made Salavat Yulaev’s season look blurry.
2020-2021 Avtomobilist review. An incredible start and 10 losses in a row
KHL.ru keeps on reviewing the 2020-2021 campaign for the league’s 23 teams. Avtomobilist had a fantastic start to the regular season, but a negative series including a 10-game losing streak almost cost the Ural franchise the playoffs.