04 Feb

YER

1:2

(1:0 0:1 0:1)

BUR

SKL

7:2

(4:0 2:0 1:2)

RST

ZVD

2:3 OT

(0:1 1:0 1:1 0:1)

LAD

05 Feb

MLT

2:1

(1:1 0:0 1:0)

RZN

RUB

1:2

(1:2 0:0 0:0)

CLM

TRS

4:2

(0:1 1:1 3:0)

KHM

UGR

5:2

(2:0 2:1 1:1)

YUR

06 Feb

MNK

6:3

(0:2 2:1 4:0)

OKR

YER

3:2

(0:0 1:2 2:0)

RST

07 Feb

MLT

:

KHM

Report

RUB

:

YUR

Report

TRS

:

RZN

Report

UGR

:

CLM

Report

09 Feb

DZL

:

TMB

Report

11 Feb

GOR

:

MLT

Report

RST

:

DSP

Report

ZRL

:

TRS

Report

CLM

:

NFT

Report

YUR

:

IZH

Report

LAD

:

SKL

Report

AKM

:

MNK

Report

BRS

:

YER

Report

BUR

:

NEV

Report

ZVD

:

OKR

Report

13 Feb

GOR

:

TRS

Report

ZRL

:

MLT

Report

YUR

:

NFT

Report

CLM

:

IZH

Report

LAD

:

YER

Report

BRS

:

SKL

Report

TMB

:

KHM

Report

AKM

:

OKR

Report

BUR

:

DSP

Report

ZVD

:

MNK

Report

RST

:

NEV

Report

About league

The Russian Ice Hockey Federation is developing ice hockey on all levels from amateur to professional. Work is ongoing in 70 regions over the country and the federation is responsible for all national teams.

Starting from the 2016/2017 season, RIHF runs the VHL — Silk Road Cup championship (VHL).

The championship is a very important and much-needed step in the development of ice hockey in Russia that promotes the discovery of new talents and is a springboard for conquering great heights. Today VHL has become a successful and highly organized project that raises the interest of the audience, and fosters “sports” borders.

Each year VHL attracts more audiences. Overall combined stadium capacity— more than 90 000 spectators. Average game attendance — around 2 000 per game, overall more than 1,5 million per season.

In the 2022/23 season, 26 Russian hockey clubs compete in VHL — Silk Road Cup championship. There will be more than 650 games for the right to have the major VHL trophy — Petrov Cup and the title — the Champion of VHL— Silk Road Cup championship.

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