List of Sokil Kyiv seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the Sokil Kyiv professional ice hockey club. This list documents the records and playoff results for all seasons Sokil completed in the Soviet Hockey League up to its current placement in the Belarusian Extraleague.

Soviet League (1963-1992)[edit]

Top Division Second Division League leader Division leader

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points

Season GP W L T GF GA PTS Finish Soviet Cup Playoffs
1963-64 40 16 13 11 140 118 43 6th of 11 No playoffs held
1964-65 40 29 8 3 187 88 61 2nd of 22 No playoffs held
1965-66 36 8 25 3 76 144 19 9th of 10 Bye for 64ths
Won 32nds (Dynamo Bryansk)
Lost in 16ths (Spartak Sverdlovsk)
1966-67 44 11 25 8 122 207 30 9th of 12 Bye for 32nds
Won 16ths (Glazov Progress)
Lost 8ths (CSKA Moscow)
1967-68 44 14 27 3 130 180 31 9th of 12 Won 32nds (Shakhtar Prokopyevsk)
Won 16ths (Avtomobilist Almaty)
Won 8ths (Avtomobilist Sverdlovsk)
Lost Quarterfinals (SKA Leningrad)
1968-69[1] 58 29 18 11 196 184 69 12th of 24 Bye for 32nds
Lost 16ths (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)
1969-70 44 5 35 4 125 272 14 12th of 12 Lost in 16ths (Torpedo Minsk)
1970-71 48 20 24 4 198 210 44 6th of 13 Bye for 32nds
Won 16ths (Titan Berezniki)
Lost 8ths (Khimik Voskresensk)
1971-72 48 22 19 7 192 178 51 5th of 13 Bye for 32nds
Lost 16ths (Dinamo Riga)
1972-73 48 25 20 3 190 181 53 4th of 13 Bye for 32nds and 16ths
Lost 8ths (Traktor Chelyabinsk)
1973-74 48 20 23 5 168 173 45 9th of 13 Bye for 32nds
Lost in 16ths (Stankostroitel Ryazan)
1974-75 52 29 17 6 213 169 64 3rd of 14 No playoffs held
1975-76[2] 52 23 22 7 183 153 53 6th of 14 DNQ past Group-stage
1976-77 52 20 21 11 193 175 51 7th of 14 No playoffs held
1977-78 52 35 12 5 271 150 75 2nd of 14 DNQ past Group-stage
1978-79 44 16 26 2 127 155 34 9th of 12 Won Group-stage
Won Quarterfinals (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)
Lost Semifinals (CSKA Moscow)
1979-80 44 14 18 12 146 161 40 6th of 12 No playoffs held
1980-81 44 20 19 5 151 152 45 6th of 12 No playoffs held
1981-82 44 20 19 5 154 149 45 5th of 12 No playoffs held
1982-83 44 22 17 5 163 138 49 4th of 12 No playoffs held
1983-84 44 20 18 6 156 142 46 5th of 12 No playoffs held
1984-85 40 18 17 5 144 151 41 3rd of 12 No playoffs held
1985-86 40 18 13 9 172 139 45 4th of 12 No playoffs held
1986-87 40 12 26 2 130 175 26 9th of 12 No playoffs held
1987-88 44 19 18 7 184 164 45 6th of 14 Won in Quarterfinals 2-0, (Traktor Chelyabinsk)
Lost in Semifinals 0-2, (CSKA Moscow)
1988-89 36 16 9 11 141 124 41 5th of 14 Lost in Quarterfinals 1-2, (Dynamo Moscow)
1989-90 48 23 17 8 154 152 53 5th of 16 No playoffs held
1990-91 46 15 18 13 151 149 43 8th of 15 No playoffs held
1991-92 30 7 22 1 101 139 15 15th of 16 DNQ
Top Div. 814 307 387 120 2723 3077 731 12 playoff appearances
2nd Div. 480 239 179 62 1935 1595 540 Earned promotion twice (1965, 1978)

^ 1. Finished first portion of season 10th overall of 12. Teams placed 6-12 relegated to complete season with top 12 teams from Class A2. Group finish 6th of 18
^ 2. Playoff entry was decided by Olympic style round-robin play between 4 divisions.

International Hockey League (1992-1996)[edit]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points

Season GP W L T GF GA PTS Finish Playoffs
1992-93 42 18 17 7 141 119 43 14th of 24[3] Lost 8ths 1-2 (Traktor Chelyabinsk)
1993-94 46 18 20 8 120 143 44 17th of 24 No playoffs held
1994-95 52 12 30 10 103 152 34 24th of 28[4] DNQ
1995-96 52 16 23 13 106 135 45 21st of 28 DNQ
IHL 192 64 90 38 470 549 166 1 playoff appearance

^ 3. 1st, Second Division / 7th, Western Conference
^ 4. 13th, Western Conference

Eastern European Hockey League (1996-2004)[edit]

League leader Division leader Champion

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, OW = Overtime wins, T = Ties, OL = Overtime losses, L = Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points

Season GP W OW T OL L GF GA PTS Finish Playoffs
1996-97 32 27 3 2 198 42 57 1st of 9 Won in Quarterfinals 2-0, (Energy Elektrenai)[5]
Won in Semifinals 2-0, (Neman Grodno)
Lost in Finals 2-3 (Riga Juniors)
1997-98 46 39 3 4 213 56 81 1st of 10 No playoffs held
1998-99 44 32 5 7 190 73 74 1st of 8 No playoffs held
1999-20 40 27 8 5 175 71 62 1st of 8 Won in Quarterfinals 2-0, (HC Kyiv)
Won in Semifinals 3-1, (Nemen Grodno)
Lost in Finals 3-0, (Berkut Kyiv)
2000-01 32 19 6 7 129 73 44 3rd of 9 Lost in Quarterfinals 0-2, (Liepājas Metalurgs)
2001-02 32 11 0 3 2 16 83 100 38 8th of 9 Lost in Quarterfinals 0-2, (Liepājas Metalurgs)
2002-03 36 18 5 6 7 100 69 70 3rd of 10 No playoffs held
2003-04 32 17 0 0 1 14 103 98 51 4th of 9 2nd in RR Play
EEHL 294 190 5 28 9 62 1191 582 477 2 EEHL championships

[6]5. Energy Elektrenai forfeited game 2

Belarusian Open League (2004-2007)[edit]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, OW = Overtime wins, T = Ties, OL = Overtime losses, L = Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points

Season GP W OW T OL L GF GA PTS Finish Playoffs
2004-05 44 24 2 5 1 12 132 95 82 3rd of 12 Won in Quarterfinals 3-2, (HC Gomel)
Lost in Semifinals 2-4, (Keramin Minsk)
Loses Relegation 0-2, (Khimvolokno)
2005-06 55 31 1 6 2 15 145 108 103 4th of 12 Lost in Quarterfinals 3-0, (Khimvolokno)
2006-07 50 9 0 5 2 34 94 203 34 10th of 12 DNQ
BLR 149 64 3 16 5 61 371 406 219 2 playoff appearances

Russian Major League (2007-2009)[edit]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, OW = Overtime wins, SW = Shootout wins, SL = Shootout losses, OL = Overtime losses, L = Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points

Season GP W OW SW OL SL L GF GA PTS Finish Playoffs
2007-08 60 27 2 4 4 5 18 201 155 102 7th of 30 Lost in Preliminary round, 0-3 (Kazakhmys Karaganda)
2008-09 66 45 3 5 1 0 12 239 134 152 4th of 33 Bye in Preliminary round
Won Secondary round 3-1 (Ryazan)
Lost in Quarterfinals 3-1, (Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk)
RUS-2 126 72 5 9 5 5 30 440 289 254 2 playoff appearance

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