List of Soviet and Russian ice hockey champions

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Russian Championship
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The Cup of Russia
Founded 1946 (1998)
Region  Russia
Current champions Metallurg Magnitogorsk (4)
Most successful team(s) Moscow CSKA (32)
Website http://www.FHR.ru

The Russian Open Hockey Championship (Russian: Открытый Чемпионат России по хоккею, Otkrytyy Chempionat Rossii po khokkeyu), also known as the Championship of Russia in ice hockey (Russian: Чемпионат России по хоккею с шайбой, Chempionat Rossii po khokkeyu s shayboy), is an annual ice hockey award and national title, bestowed by the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia to the professional hockey organization judged to have the best performing team in Russia.

The Russian Championship (formerly Soviet Championship) has acted as the national ice hockey title of Russia since 1946. The Cup of Russia acted as an independent league title awarded in the Russian Hockey League first in 1997, before being merged with the Russian Championship in 2000. The recipient team of the Cup is awarded an engraved trophy, whereas the top-3 finalists of the Russian Championship are awarded gold, silver, and bronze medals. During the existence of the Russian Championship, several separate league trophies have been handed out intermittently, including the Soviet Cup (USSR), IHL Cup, and currently the Gagarin Cup (KHL). In the KHL, both the Russian Championship & the Gagarin Cup are awarded to the winner of the playoffs regardless of the nationality of the club. Traditionally however, the title of Champion of Russia was awarded to the club with the best record in the regular season. Thus the Russian Championship had a similar role to the NHL's Presidents' Trophy, albeit the top three teams in the end of the regular season received medals instead of only the team with most points. The winner of the regular season receives the Continental Cup (Russian: Кубок Континента, Kubok Kontinenta).[1]

CSKA Moscow has won the most national titles, with 32, and Soviet Cups, with 12. Thus far, Ak Bars Kazan has won the most Cups of Russia, with 4.

List of Champions[edit]

Key
  *   Awarded to team with most points in regular season
  *   Awarded to the winner of the post-season playoffs
  *   Winner of league Cup
(#) Number of national titles won at the time.
League Year 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze League Cup
USSR 1946-47 Dynamo Moscow (1) CDKA Moscow Spartak Moscow
USSR 1947-48 CDKA Moscow (1) Spartak Moscow Dynamo Moscow
USSR 1948-49 CDKA Moscow (2) VVS Moscow Dynamo Moscow
USSR 1949–50 CDKA Moscow (3) Dynamo Moscow Krylya Sovetov Moscow
USSR 1950–51 VVS Moscow (1) Dynamo Moscow Krylya Sovetov Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1951–52 VVS Moscow (2) CDSA Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1952–53 VVS Moscow (3) CDSA Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1953–54 Dynamo Moscow (2) CDSA Moscow Krylya Sovetov Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1954–55 CSK Moscow Oblast (4) Krylya Sovetov Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1955–56 CSK Moscow Oblast (5) Krylya Sovetov Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1956–57 Krylya Sovetov Moscow (1) CSK Moscow Oblast Dynamo Moscow
USSR 1957–58 CSK Moscow Oblast (6) Krylya Sovetov Moscow Dynamo Moscow
USSR 1958–59 CSK Moscow Oblast (7) Dynamo Moscow Krylya Sovetov Moscow
USSR 1959–60 CSK Moscow Oblast (8) Dynamo Moscow Krylya Sovetov Moscow
USSR 1960–61 CSKA Moscow (9) Torpedo Gorky Lokomotiv Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1961–62 Spartak Moscow (1) Dynamo Moscow CSKA Moscow
USSR 1962–63 CSKA Moscow (10) Dynamo Moscow Spartak Moscow
USSR 1963–64 CSKA Moscow (11) Dynamo Moscow Spartak Moscow
USSR 1964–65 CSKA Moscow (12) Spartak Moscow Khimik Voskresensk
USSR 1965–66 CSKA Moscow (13) Spartak Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1966–67 Spartak Moscow (2) CSKA Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1967–68 CSKA Moscow (14) Spartak Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1968–69 Spartak Moscow (3) CSKA Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1969–70 CSKA Moscow (15) Spartak Moscow Khimik Voskresensk Soviet Cup
USSR 1970–71 CSKA Moscow (16) Dynamo Moscow SKA Leningrad
USSR 1971–72 CSKA Moscow (17) Dynamo Moscow Spartak Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1972–73 CSKA Moscow (18) Spartak Moscow Krylya Sovetov Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1973–74 Krylya Sovetov Moscow (2) CSKA Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1974–75 CSKA Moscow (19) Krylya Sovetov Moscow Spartak Moscow
USSR 1975–76 Spartak Moscow (4) CSKA Moscow Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1976–77 CSKA Moscow (20) Dynamo Moscow Traktor Chelyabinsk Soviet Cup
USSR 1977–78 CSKA Moscow (21) Dynamo Moscow Krylya Sovetov Moscow
USSR 1978–79 CSKA Moscow (22) Dynamo Moscow Spartak Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1979–80 CSKA Moscow (23) Dynamo Moscow Spartak Moscow
USSR 1980–81 CSKA Moscow (24) Spartak Moscow Dynamo Moscow
USSR 1981–82 CSKA Moscow (25) Spartak Moscow Dynamo Moscow
USSR 1982–83 CSKA Moscow (26) Spartak Moscow Dynamo Moscow
USSR 1983–84 CSKA Moscow (27) Spartak Moscow Khimik Voskresensk
USSR 1984–85 CSKA Moscow (28) Dynamo Moscow Sokil Kyiv
USSR 1985–86 CSKA Moscow (29) Dynamo Moscow Spartak Moscow
USSR 1986–87 CSKA Moscow (30) Dynamo Moscow SKA Leningrad
USSR 1987–88 CSKA Moscow (31) Dinamo Riga Dynamo Moscow Soviet Cup
USSR 1988–89 CSKA Moscow (32) Khimik Voskresensk Krylya Sovetov Moscow League Cup
USSR 1989–90 Dynamo Moscow (3) CSKA Moscow Khimik Voskresensk
USSR 1990–91 Dynamo Moscow (4) Spartak Moscow Krylya Sovetov Moscow
CIS 1991–92 Dynamo Moscow (5) CSKA Moscow Khimik Voskresensk
IHL 1992–93 Dynamo Moscow (6) Lada Togliatti Traktor Chelyabinsk
Krylya Sovetov Moscow
IHL Cup
IHL 1993–94 Lada Togliatti (1) Dynamo Moscow Traktor Chelyabinsk IHL Cup
IHL 1994–95 Dynamo Moscow (7) Lada Togliatti Metallurg Magnitogorsk
Salavat Yulaev Ufa
IHL Cup
IHL 1995–96 Lada Togliatti (2) Dynamo Moscow Salavat Yulaev Ufa
Avangard Omsk
IHL Cup
RHL 1996–97 Torpedo Yaroslavl (1) Lada Togliatti Salavat Yulaev Ufa
RHL 1997–98 Ak Bars Kazan (1) Metallurg Magnitogorsk Torpedo Yaroslavl Cup of Russia
RHL 1998–99 Metallurg Magnitogorsk (1) Metallurg Novokuznetsk Dynamo Moscow Cup of Russia
RSL 1999–00 Dynamo Moscow (8) Ak Bars Kazan Metallurg Magnitogorsk Cup of Russia
RSL 2000–01 Metallurg Magnitogorsk (2) Avangard Omsk Severstal
RSL 2001–02 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (2) Ak Bars Kazan Metallurg Magnitogorsk
RSL 2002–03 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (3) Severstal Lada Togliatti
RSL 2003–04 Avangard Omsk (1) Metallurg Magnitogorsk Lada Togliatti
RSL 2004–05 Dynamo Moscow (9) Lada Togliatti Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
RSL 2005–06 Ak Bars Kazan (2) Avangard Omsk Metallurg Magnitogorsk
RSL 2006–07 Metallurg Magnitogorsk (3) Ak Bars Kazan Avangard Omsk
RSL 2007–08 Salavat Yulaev Ufa (1) Lokomotiv Yaroslavl Metallurg Magnitogorsk
KHL 2008–09 Ak Bars Kazan (3) Lokomotiv Yaroslavl Metallurg Magnitogorsk Gagarin Cup
KHL 2009–10 Ak Bars Kazan (4) HC MVD Salavat Yulaev Ufa Gagarin Cup
KHL 2010–11 Salavat Yulaev Ufa (2) Atlant Moscow Oblast Lokomotiv Yaroslavl Gagarin Cup
KHL 2011–12 Dynamo Moscow (10) Avangard Omsk Traktor Chelyabinsk Gagarin Cup
KHL 2012–13 Dynamo Moscow (11) Traktor Chelyabinsk SKA Saint Petersburg Gagarin Cup
KHL 2013–14 Metallurg Magnitogorsk (4) Lev Praha Salavat Yulaev Ufa Gagarin Cup

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Новые трофеи Лиги". khl.ru. Retrieved 4 March 2010. 
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