Name
Russian VHL

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Established
2010 (11 years old)

First Recorded Event
2010-09-11

Current Season
2021-2022

API Football ID
36

Sport
Ice Hockey

Location
Russia

Gender
Male

Alternate Names
Supreme Hockey League

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Upcoming Events
15 Oct 21 AKM 0 - 2 Penza
15 Oct 21 HC Rostov 5 - 3 HC Lada Togliat
15 Oct 21 Sokol Krasnoyar  - Yuzhny Ural Ors
15 Oct 21 Metallurg Novok 5 - 3 Chelmet Chelyab
15 Oct 21 HC Tambov 2 - 0 CSK VVS Samara
15 Oct 21 Buran Voronezh 2 - 5 Bars Kazan
15 Oct 21 Yermak Angarsk 1 - 3 Zauralie Kurgan
16 Oct 21 Rubin Tyumen  - Khimik
16 Oct 21 Toros Neftekams  - Molot-Prikamye
16 Oct 21 HC Zvezda Mosco  - SKA-Neva

Latest Results
14 Oct 21 Rubin Tyumen 4 - 3  SKA-Neva
14 Oct 21 Omskie Krylia 3 - 4  Gornyak
14 Oct 21 HC Yugra 3 - 0  Khimik
14 Oct 21 HC Zvezda Mosco 5 - 4  Dinamo St. Pete
13 Oct 21 Yermak Angarsk 4 - 3  Yuzhny Ural Ors
13 Oct 21 Buran Voronezh 2 - 9  HC Lada Togliat
13 Oct 21 Toros Neftekams 3 - 2  HC Izhstal
13 Oct 21 HC Tambov 1 - 4  Penza
13 Oct 21 HC Rostov 5 - 3  CSK VVS Samara
13 Oct 21 AKM 3 - 2  Bars Kazan

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The Supreme Hockey League (SHL) (Russian: Высшая хоккейная лига (ВХЛ), Vysshaya hokkeinaya liga (VHL)), also known as the Major Hockey League or Higher Hockey League (HHL), is a professional ice hockey league in Eurasia, and the second highest level of Russian hockey. There will be 34 teams from 4 nations (Russia, Kazakhstan, China, Uzbekistan) participating in the 2019–20 season.

Though currently acting independently, plans were in place to convert it to a farm system for the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL)'s 2010–11 season. It was preceded by the Major League of the Russian Championship (Vysshaya Liga) that formerly held a relegation role for the Russian Superleague, and was governed by the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia. As of the 2017–18 season, some VHL teams are affiliated with a KHL team (e.g. HC Sarov is affiliated with KHL's Torpedo), while other teams of the VHL are not affiliated with a KHL team.

Seasons

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

2017-2018

2018-2019

2019-2020

2020-2021

2021-2022

Teams

AKM
-6

Almetyevsk
-6

Bars Kazan
-6

Buran Voronezh
-6

Chelmet Chelyab
-6

CSK VVS Samara
-6

Dinamo St. Pete
-6

Gornyak
-6

HC Izhstal
-6

HC Lada Togliat
-6

HC Rostov
-6

HC Ryazan
-6

HC Tambov
-6

HC Yugra
-6

HC Zvezda Mosco
-5

Khimik
-6

Metallurg Novok
-6

Molot-Prikamye
-6

Omskie Krylia
-6

Penza
-6

Rubin Tyumen
-6

SKA-Neva
-6

Sokol Krasnoyar
-6

Toros Neftekams
-6

Yermak Angarsk
-6

Yuzhny Ural Ors
-6

Zauralie Kurgan
-6

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