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HC Spartak
Spartak Society logo.png
Full name Spartak Moscow
Nickname(s) "Gladiators"
"Red & Whites"
Founded 1946
Based In Moscow Moscow
Arena LDS Sokolniki
(Capacity: 5000)
League KHL 2008-present
Division Bobrov
Conference Western
Team Colors          
KHL Jersey 2008-09KHL Jersey 2008-09
Head Coach Czech Republic Miloš Říha
Captain Kazakhstan Dmitry Upper
Website www.spartak.ru


HC Spartak (Russian: ХК Спартак Москва, English: Moscow Spartacus HC) is a professional ice hockey team based in Moscow, Russia. They are members of the Bobrov Division of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).

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History

One of the sections of the Spartak Moscow sports club, HC Spartak Moscow was established in 1946. They have won the Soviet Championship four times, and have also had European-level success in the Spengler Cup, which they have won five times.

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Unfortunately for its fans, the financial state of the team was becoming worse and worse since the beginning of 2006. After the season, a Russian businessman and huge Spartak fan, Vadim Melkov, volunteered to find suitable sponsorship for his favorite team. After negotiations, the Government of Moscow agreed to cover all of team debts. Some preliminary agreements about team sale were achieved as well. Unfortunately for Spartak, Melkov died during the S7 Airlines plane crash of July 9, 2006. All the deal proposals were cancelled. After a month of struggling to improve the financial situation, it was decided by Spartak management to disband the team for a year[1].

SEASON    G    W  D  L      GL      P*    PLACE (PLAY-OFF)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
              USSR
1946/47   7   +5 =0 -2    23:15     10     10
1947/48  18  +14 =2 -2    87:30     30     2
1948/49  18   +9 =3 -5    67:54     21     5
1949/50  22  +11 =3 -5    80:56     25     5
1950/51  10   +4 =3 -3    39:31     11     8
1951/52  11   +4 =0 -7    38:44      8     7
1952/53  16   +5 =0-11    48:103    10     6
1953/54                First League
1954/55                First League
1955/56  28  +12 =3-13    71:104    27     8
1956/57  30  +14 =3-13    78:89     31     6
1957/58  33  +24 =1 -8    142:73    49     9
1958/59  27  +13 =4-10    92:102    30     5
1959/60  29   +6 =3-20    74:120    20     17
1960/61  29  +16 =1-12    128:96    35     6
1961/62  38  +31 =3 -4    193:91    65     1
1962/63  37  +25 =3 -9    170:102   53     3
1963/64  36  +24 =2-10    165:107   50     3
1964/65  36  +24 =5 -7    151:95    53     2
1965/66  36  +24 =4 -8    173:99    52     2
1966/67  44  +38 =3 -3    303:97    79     1
1967/68  44  +34 =1 -9    243:113   69     2
1968/69  42  +33 =4 -5    220:120   70     1
1969/70  44  +33 =3 -8    263:159   69     2
1970/71  40  +23 =5-12    183:144   51     4
1971/72  31  +17 =2-13    140:123   36     3
1972/73  32  +23 =2 -7    178:108   48     2
1973/74  32  +15 =3-14    146:145   33     4
1974/75  36  +19 =6-11    157:144   44     3
1975/76  36  +21 =8 -7    189:139   50     1
1976/77  34  +14 =9-13    154:162   37     6
1977/78  36  +14 =4-18    123:141   32     8
1978/79  44  +25 =2-17    179:167   52     3
1979/80  44  +28 =5-11    195:140   61     3
1980/81  49  +32 =6-11    240:141   70     2
1981/82  47  +39 =0 -8    257:135   78     2
1982/83  44  +33 =3 -8    208:122   69     2
1983/84  44  +26 =6-12    214:150   58     2
1984/85  52  +20 =9-23    176:180   49     5
1985/86  40  +20 =9-11    146:119   49     3
1986/87  40  +16 =8-16    131:120   40     6
1987/88  44  +22 =8-14    152:124   52     5
1988/89  44  +15=10-19    138:136   40     7
1989/90  48  +22 =4-22    182:157   48     8
1990/91  46  +27 =8-11    163:106   62     2
            SNG
1991/92  42  +20 =5-17    148:123   45     3
            MHL**
1992/93  45  +23 =6-16    146:126   52     3  (1/8)
1993/94  52  +27 =5-20    179:162   53     8  (1/4)
1994/95  52  +23 =5-24    132:154   51     9
1995/96  57  +18 =8-31    144:191   44     14 (1/4)
            Russia
1996/97  44  +16 =6-22    117:138   38     17 
1997/98  50  +22 =9-19    138:127   53     9  (1/4)
1998/99  42  +14 =4-24    84:107    32     19
1999/00                First League
2000/01                First League
2001/02  51  +21 =5-24    123:125   70(1-0)11
2002/03  51  +14 =5-27    108:149   53(1-4)15
2003/04                First League
2004/05  60  +10=10-38    89:164    42(0-2)15
2005/06  51  +20 =6-20    112:111   73(2-3)10 (1/8)
2006/07                 not played
2007/08  51  +21 =0-24    129:151   78(2-7)11 (1/8)
            KHL
2008/09  56  +26 =0-21    173:158   93(5-2) 9 (1/4)
2009/10  56  
* - win/lose in OT/B.
** - Meznacionalnaya Hockey League

Honors

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Champions

Runners Up

Players

Current roster

Updated November 13, 2009 [2][3]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
3 Ukraine Baev, DenisDenis Baev Injured Reserve D L 26 2008 Konotop, Ukrainian SSR
7 Slovakia Baranka, IvanIvan Baranka D L 24 2008 Ilava, Czechoslovakia
45 Russia Berkutov, AlexanderAlexander Berkutov D L 23 2008 Perm, Russian SFSR
15 Russia Buturlin, AlexanderAlexander Buturlin RW L 28 2009 Moscow, Russian SFSR
8 Slovakia Cibák, MartinMartin Cibák C L 29 2009 Liptovský Mikuláš, Czechoslovakia
29 Russia Kablukov, IlyaIlya Kablukov C L 21 2009 Moscow, Russian SFSR
83 Russia Knyazev, KirillKirill Knyazev (A) F L 26 2007 Izhevsk, Russian SFSR
44 Russia Konobry, EvgenyEvgeny Konobry G L 24 2008 Magnitogorsk, Russian SFSR
34 Belarus Kostyuchenok, ViktorViktor Kostyuchenok D L 30 2009 Minsk, Belorussian SSR
1 Germany Kotschnev, DimitrijDimitrij Kotschnev G L 28 2008 Karaganda, Kazakh SSR
58 Russia Kuzmin, AndreiAndrei Kuzmin F R 28 2009 Moscow, Russian SFSR
11 Germany Lewandowski, EduardEduard Lewandowski RW L 29 2008 Krasnoturyinsk, Russian SFSR
31 Russia Lyamin, KirillKirill Lyamin D L 24 2008 Moscow, Russian SFSR
88 Russia Lyuduchin, RomanRoman Lyuduchin F L 21 2008 Penza, Russian SFSR
21 Russia Musatov, IgorIgor Musatov LW R 22 2009 Moscow, Russian SFSR
43 Slovakia Obšut, JaroslavJaroslav Obšut D L 33 2009 Prešov, Czechoslovakia
33 Russia Pokrovsky, ValeryValery Pokrovsky D L 31 2008 Sverdlovsk, Russian SFSR
92 Slovakia Radivojevič, BrankoBranko Radivojevič (A) RW R 29 2008 Piešťany, Czechoslovakia
14 Slovakia Ružička, ŠtefanŠtefan Ružička RW L 24 2008 Nitra, Czechoslovakia
10 Russia Rybakov, AlexanderAlexander Rybakov F L 24 2008 Kazan, Russian SFSR
42 Russia Schitov, NikitaNikita Schitov D L 26 2008 Ufa, Russian SFSR
36 Kazakhstan Upper, DmitryDmitry Upper (C) LW R 31 2007 Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakh SSR
57 Russia Vishnevsky, DmitriDmitri Vishnevsky D L 20 2008 Bogatishchevo, Russian SFSR

Notable NHL Alumni

Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Nikolai Borschevsky (1989-92), Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Vitali Prokhorov (1983-92), Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Alexander Selivanov (1988-94), Russia Daniil Markov (1993-97), Russia Pavel Bure (1994-95) Russia Ilya Kovalchuk (1999-2001)

References

  1. ^ [1] "Sovetski Sport" newspaper, August 11th, 2006.
  2. ^ "Team Players". www.spartak.ru. http://www.spartak.ru/team/masterkom/. Retrieved 2009-11-05.  
  3. ^ "HC Spartak Moscow roster". www.khl.ru. http://www.khl.ru/clubs/spartak. Retrieved 2009-10-03.  

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