Tolpar UFA (@1.5) vs Chaika Nizhny Novgorod (@4.0)
04-10-2019

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Tolpar UFA will win

Tolpar UFA – Chaika Nizhny Novgorod Match Prediction | 04-10-2019 04:00

The 2011 Challenge Cup took place in Ufa on 12 February 2011. The regular season started on 4 September 2010 in Magnitogorsk with a match for the Opening Cup between last year's Kharlamov Cup playoff finalists Steel Foxes and Kuznetskie Medvedi.[12] Steel Foxes won the match with 8 goals to 1. As in 2010, the match pitted the best players of the Western Conference on one side against the best players of the Eastern Conference on the other side.[13] In the West, MHC Khimik won the regular season, while in the East, Tolpar Ufa was the winner.

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JHC Bars (then the junior team of Ak Bars Kazan) left the league to join the Supreme Hockey League (VHL). New teams joining the league were an expansion team from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk called the Sakhalin Sharks as well as Berkuty Kubani Krasnodar from Krasnodar, who were promoted from MHL-B. Their place as Ak Bars Kazan's junior team would be taken by Irbis. Due to the War in Donbass, the league stated that Molodaya Gvardia would miss this season. For the sixth season, the league went through a number of changes, with 2 teams joining the league and 2 teams leaving, each for different reasons.

The Omsk Hawks once again made it to the Kharlamov Cup final, where this time they defeated MHC Spartak (the junior team of Spartak Moscow) from Moscow in 7 games, winning the seventh game in overtime thanks to Kirill Rasskazov. Omsk Hawks also became the first team ever to not only win 2 Kharlamov Cups, but also the first team to ever repeat as Kharlamov Cup champions.

Minskie Zubry were renamed to Dinamo-Shinnik and moved to Babruysk. A relegation and promotion system is in place between the MHL and MHL-B. For the 201112 season, a second division named MHL-B was established, which features mostly junior teams of VHL teams. Sheriff was renamed to MHC MVD and moved from Tver to Balashikha. The number of MHL teams was expanded from 29 to 32. One team, Krylya Sovetov, left the league, while 4 new teams joined: Tatransk Vlci from Spisk Nov Ves, Slovakia (the junior team of Lev Poprad), Kapitan Stupino from Stupino, Snezhnye Barsy from Astana, Kazakhstan (the junior team of Barys Astana) and Mamonty Yugry from Khanty-Mansiysk (the junior team of Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk).

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For the eighth season, the number of teams in the league was at 31 teams, representing 3 countries (28 from Russia, 2 from Kazakhstan and 1 from Latvia). Teams that left the league were Olimpiya Kirovo-Chepetsk, Dinamo-Raubichi, Russia U18 and the Sakhalin Sharks. Meanwhile, the teams that joined the league were Sputnik Almetyevsk (the junior team of Neftyanik Almetyevsk), expansion club Taifun from Ussuriysk (the junior team of Admiral Vladivostok), Altay Oskemen from Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan (the junior team of Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk) as well as Krylya Sovetov who were returning to the league after being inactive for five years.

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No teams of the Western Conference made it past the round of 16 of the playoffs. Steel Foxes and Kuznetskie Medvedi (the junior team of Metallurg Novokuznetsk) reached the playoff finals for the Kharlamov Cup. The first game of the best-of-five series between these two clubs was played on April 21, 2010. The first match of the tie was played on April 20, 2010 on Belye Medvedi's home ice and the second leg on April 24 on Tolpar's home ice. The playoffs started on March 13, 2010. Belye Medvedi (the junior team of Traktor Chelyabinsk) and Tolpar (the junior team of Salavat Yulaev Ufa) lost the semi-finals series of the playoffs and played in a two-legged tie for the third place. Tolpar won both games, first 42, second 52 and clinched third place of the first season of the MHL. Steel Foxes won the first ever Kharlamov Cup after defeating Kuznetsk Bears 32 on April 26, 2010 and winning the series 31.

Among the new teams were teams from Belarus (Minskie Zubry (then the junior team of Dinamo Minsk) and MHC Yunost (the junior team of Yunost Minsk)) and Latvia (HC Riga (the junior team of Dinamo Riga)), thus making the league international. Sheriff, the junior team of HC MVD in the inaugural season, was moved to Tver and would serve as the junior team of UHC Dynamo in the second season. MHC Krylya Sovetov was reunited with PHC Krylya Sovetov (playing in the VHL) and the MHL team of the newly reunited club was moved to Dmitrov. The number of teams was expanded from 22 in the inaugural season to 29 in the second season. 8 new teams joined the league while Dynamo Moscow's junior team left the league. Phoenix was renamed to MHC Khimik.

Those teams leaving included MHC Khimik, who left the league to join the Supreme Hockey League (VHL), the junior team of EC Red Bull Salzburg, the junior team of HC Energie Karlovy Vary, Belye Tigry, Berkuty Kubani Krasnodar, Junior Kurgan, Dinamo-Shinnik and JHC Yunost (the junior team of Yunost Minsk). Meanwhile, new teams joining the league included the Russia U18 squad as well as Sarmaty from Orenburg (the junior team of Yuzhny Ural Orsk) and Dinamo-Raubichi (then the junior team of Dinamo Minsk) from Minsk, Belarus. For the seventh season, the league once again went through some big changes, with both a small number of teams joining the league, but also with a huge number of teams leaving.

Teams in 201718[edit]

It currently consists of 33 teams from 4 countries.[7] Currently, all teams but one are subsidiaries (feeder teams) for their respective KHL or VHL professional counterparts. The Junior Hockey League (MHL)[4] (Russian: (), romanized:Molodezhnaya Hokkeinaya Liga), sometimes translated as the Minor[5] or Youth Hockey League,[6] is a major junior ice hockey league in Eurasia, founded in 2009. A player's age cannot be older than 20.[8] The Kharlamov Cup, named after star ice hockey player Valeri Kharlamov, is awarded annually as the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia's official Junior Championship,[9] following a 16-team playoff at the end of the regular season.