HK Dynamo Moscow

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HK Dynamo Moscow
ХК Динамо Москва
HK Dynamo Moscow ХК Динамо Москва
Greatest successes
Club information
history HK Dynamo Moscow (1946–2010)
OHK Dynamo (2010–2012)
HK Dynamo Moscow (since 2012)
Location Moscow , Russia
Club colors blue White
league Continental hockey league
Venue VTB arena
capacity 10,800 seats
Head coach Vladimir Krikunov
captain Vadim Schipachev
KHL 2018/19 5th place (west), conference semifinals

The HC Dynamo Moscow ( Russian Хоккейный клуб "Динамо" Москва  / Chokkeinyi club "Dinamo" Moscow , translation: Hockey Club Dynamo Moscow) is founded in 1946 hockey department of the Russian sports club Dynamo Moscow , which was founded on 18 April 1923 and during the Soviet period the KGB was subordinate. The team plays in the Continental Hockey League .


Dynamo Moscow's ice hockey division was established in 1946. The first team Dynamos appeared in the 1946/47 season and won the first Soviet ice hockey championship . Dynamo is one of the most successful Russian ice hockey clubs and won the Soviet championship in 1947, 1954, 1990 and 1991, the Russian championship in 1992, 1993, 1995 and 2000 and the Super League championship in 1999/2000 and 2004/05. In addition, important international titles could be won, for example the Spengler Cup 1983 and the IIHF European Champions Cup 2006 . Dynamo Moscow is the only Soviet-Russian ice hockey club that has never been relegated from the elite league since it was founded. In addition to winning many titles, many Dynamos players have shaped the Soviet national ice hockey team or the Russian national team. Until 1991 Dynamo was subordinate to the secret service of the Soviet Union, the KGB, and was financed by it. Therefore, it was possible for the club to train the best talents in the club's own ice hockey school at an early stage and later to take them under long-term contracts. Many former players from the Dynamo ice hockey school now play in the best league in the world, the National Hockey League .

Top club from the early years (1946–1950)

The first Soviet ice hockey championship was opened on December 22, 1946 . One month later, on January 26, 1947, HK Dynamo Moscow became the first champion of Soviet ice hockey after Dynamo after both Spartak Moscow 6-1 and ZDKA Moscow (the Red Army Club , later HK CSKA Moscow ) with 2: 1 had defeated. All games in the final round were played on the small open ice surface of the Dynamo Stadium in Moscow. To the former champion team included players like Mikhail Stepanov , Mikhail Uchmylow , Oleg Tolmatchev , Mikhail Jakuschin , Boris Botscharnikow , Vasily Komarov , Vasily Trofimov , Nikolai Postavnin , Sergei Solovyov , Vsevolod Blinkow and Nikolai Medvedev , at the same time to the football - and bandy championships participated. In the following seasons Dynamo took third place twice and second place once, with ZDKA Moscow winning the championship each time. Vasily Trofimov was the club's top scorer twice, while Karl Liiw played his first season for Dynamo in 1950 .


Commemorative coin for Lev Yashin , goalkeeper in the early 1950s.

In the 1950/51 season Dynamo again reached second place behind WWS MWO Moscow . The first edition of the USSR Cup ended for Dynamo in the semi-finals with a 3: 4 defeat against Krylya Sovetov Moscow . Alexander Uvarow scored six goals in a game against ODO Leningrad , setting a new team record. In addition, Lev Yashin , a well-known soccer goalkeeper, played some games for the Dynamo ice hockey team.

In the following two years Dynamo reached third place, although the attack formation Krylow - Kusin - Uvarov shone especially in the season 1952/53 . As a consolation, the trophy against ZDSA Moscow could be won in 1953, among other things due to the support of the well-known soccer player Vsevolod Blinkow , who scored two goals, and Lev Yashin in goal. Seven years after the last championship title, Dynamo was able to celebrate the Soviet championship again in 1954 , with the team only suffering a single defeat during the season. Viktor Tikhonov , who would later become a coaching legend, had his first appearance in the elite league .

Viktor Tikhonov played for Dynamo between 1953 and 1963.

In the following four years Dynamo always reached third place in the championship. In 1956 Stanislaw Petuchow joined the team, who would later become a star. In 1958 Yuri Krylov was named Most Valuable Player , and Vitaly Davydov and Vladimir Yursinov began their careers during this season. In the 1958/59 season Dynamo reached second place with 40 points behind ZSK Moscow, while goalkeeper Boris Saizew , defender Dawydow and strikers Petuchow, Tschistow, Orchakow and Jursinow were awarded as the best players of the season. In the following season, play-offs were played for the first time to determine the Soviet champions. Dynamo lost against CSKA Moscow in three finals. Uvarow ended his playing career in 1960 and the dynamo players Tschinow, Dawydow, Petuchow and Jursinow were awarded again.


The 1960/61 season was the most unsuccessful season in the club's history. The club was only seventh in the Soviet championship and in the cup they were eliminated in the round of 16 against Lokomotiw Moscow . After the season, Valentin Kusin ended his playing career after completing 251 games for Dynamo, in which he scored 152 goals.

After the bad performance in the previous season, Dynamo reached the medal ranks again a year later with a second place and Vitaly Davydov was named the best defender in the league. In the years that followed, CSKA Moscow dominated the league almost at will and Dynamo finished in second or third place. In 1963 Viktor Tikhonov ended his playing career. In 1967 the future stars of the Soviet national team Valery Vasilyev and Alexander Malzew were included in the Dynamos squad. Two years later, three Dynamo players (Vitali Dawydow, Alexander Malzew and Vladimir Jursinow) and coach Arkady Chernyshev became world champions in the championships in Stockholm .


Alexander Malzew worked for Dynamo between 1967 and 1984.

The 1970/71 season started promisingly for Dynamo. The table was led for a long time, but CSKA was able to catch up and ultimately became Soviet champions again. Third place was not taken by a Moscow club, but by SKA Leningrad . Alexander Malzew confirmed his outstanding position and became the league's top scorer with 37 goals and 20 assists , even leaving CSKA superstar Valery Kamenski behind. The following season brought back second place in the championship, but in the cup competition Dynamo Chimik Voskressensk was able to beat 3-0 and thus secure the trophy. Vladimir Jursinow ended his long career after the season - in 15 seasons for Dynamo, he completed 490 league games in which he scored 242 goals.

In the season 1972/73 Dynamo took fourth place in the championship behind CSKA, Spartak and Krylja Sowetow. Valery Vasilyev and Alexander Malzew participated with the Soviet national team in the 1972 Summit Series in Canada and Moscow and won the 1973 Ice Hockey World Championship . Long-time Dynamo defender Vitaly Davydov ended his playing career after the season, in which he made over 500 league games in 16 seasons for Dynamo.

Sinetula Biljaletdinow started his career at Dynamo in 1973 and stayed with the club until 1988.

In the 1973/74 season began the successful career of Sinetula Biljaletdinow , who would later also be Dynamos coach. The following season saw the first change of coach in the club's history. Arkady Chernyshev had to give up his post to Vladimir Yursinov, who reached third place with the team in the 1975/76 season and beat CSKA Moscow 3-2 in the cup final. The club was also able to win the Ahearne Cup by defeating Sparta Prague 8-2 in the final. At the beginning of the 1976/77 season, four players were added to the Dynamo squad who would later become very successful players. Pyotr Prirodin , Alexander Golikow , Vladimir Semjonow and Vasily Pervuchin were instrumental in reaching second place in the championship and the attack formation Prirodin-Malzew-Golikow was the most successful series of strikes in the league with a total of 77 goals scored. At the 1977 World Cup in Austria , Dynamo player Valery Vasilyev was named the best defender.

In the following two years, the second place behind CSKA Moscow was repeated. Alexander Golikov's younger brother, Vladimir Golikov , made his debut in the 1977/78 season, and Sergei Svetlov joined the squad a year later . 1979 Prirodin and the Golikow brothers were recognized as the most successful assault row in the league and Prirodin also became the league's top scorer with 32 goals. At the beginning of the 1979/80 season Vitaly Davydov was introduced as the new coach and Anatoly Semjonow and Sergei Yashin made their debuts in the elite league. At the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid , Dynamo was represented by some players (including Malzew, the Golikow brothers, Wassiljew) who only finished second in the so-called Miracle on Ice . The first performance comparisons with NHL teams took the team from Dynamo to Vancouver (2-6 against the Vancouver Canucks ), Winnipeg (7-0 against the Winnipeg Jets ), Edmonton (4-1 against the Edmonton Oilers ) and Washington, DC (5: 5 against the Washington Capitals ).


Logo in the 1990s and 2000s

Before the 1980/81 season , goalkeeper Vladimir Myshkin moved from Krylya Sowetow to Dynamo. The club finished third in the championship behind CSKA and Spartak, but won the “Fair Play” trophy for the team with the fewest penalty times in the league. For the following season was Vladimir Kiselyov committed as a trainer and Anatoli Antipov and Yuri Woschakow made their debut at Dynamo jersey. The team finished the season in third place and Pyotr Prirodin ended his career. A year later, Alexander Golikow also resigned as an active player.

For the season 1983/84 a new coach was introduced with Vladimir Tusik and three new players with Juri Leonow , Aleh Mikultschyk and Nikolai Borschtschewski . In December 1983 Dynamo won the Spengler Cup in Davos . At the end of the season, Dynamo finished fourth in the championship and both Alexander Malzew and Valery Vasiliev ended their careers. After just one year, Yuri Moiseyev replaced Vladimir Tusik as head coach and Yevgeny Popikin, Vladimir Subrilchev and goalkeeper Mikhail Shtalenkov made their debut for Dynamo in the Soviet elite league. In the preliminary round Dynamo was able to win twice, 7: 4 and 5: 4, against ZSKA and finished first in the table at the end of the second round. In the final round, however, the club lost 11: 1 against ZSKA, so that only the silver rank remained. After the final, Vladimir Golikow and Vladimir Semenov announced their resignation.

In the 1985 to 1987 seasons Dynamo took second place. New to the team at that time were Andrei Lomakin , Aljaksandr Haltschenjuk , Igor Dorofejew , Alexander Semak , Michail Tatarinow and Vitali Karamnow . In the winter of 1986, the team again completed some games against NHL teams, for example against the Calgary Flames (3: 4), a draw against the Pittsburgh Penguins , 6: 4 against the Boston Bruins and a 7: 4 win over the Buffalo Sabers .

In the 1987/88 season play-offs were introduced in the Soviet championship. In the preliminary round, the Dynamo team with the new players Sergei Petrenko and Alexander Karpovzew took second place. In the play-offs, however, the team lost in the semifinals against Dinamo Riga and won third place against Krylja Sowetow. A year later, the team was supplemented by Rawil Chaidarov , Alexei Shamnow , Igor Koroljow , Darius Kasparaitis and Aljaksandr Judsin , but Vasily Pervukhin ended his career after the season.

At the beginning of the 1989/90 season , Vladimir Yursinov was introduced as the new coach. This new signing and the two newcomers Sergei Sorokin and Andrej Kawaljou brought the success back: Dynamo Moscow won the Soviet championship title ahead of CSKA Moscow and Chimik Voskressensk . The team also won the Vsevolod Bobrov Trophy for the team with the most goals in the league. After these successes, Anatoly Semyonov, Sergei Swetlow, Sergei Yashin, Vladimir Myshkin and Yuri Woschakow left Dynamo or ended their careers.

Championships in the CIS (1991-2000)

In the 1990/91 season Dynamo managed to defend its title with new players such as Andrei Trefilow , Sergei Bautin , Wladimir Kramskoi , Dmitri Filimonow , Rawil Jakubow , Roman Ilyin , Andrei Nikolischin and Aljaksandr Andryjeuski . In the final of the European Cup , however, Dynamo lost 3-2 to Djurgårdens IF from Sweden. In the following season, Dynamo was able to win the Soviet championship for the third time in a row and took third place in the IIHF European Cup. Dmitri Juschkewitsch , Valeri Tscherny and Alexei Jashin were new to the team . In the summer of 1992, many Russian players switched to the NHL, such as Mikhail Shtalenkow, Dmitri Yushkewitsch, Alexander Semak, Darius Kasparaitis, Andrei Trefilow and Vitaly Karamnow.

Maxim Afinogenov started his career at Dynamo in the 1990s.

In the 1992/93 season , the Soviet championship was converted into the International Hockey League . Although Dynamo had lost many top performers, the club was able to win the championship title of the new league under the new coach Pyotr Vorobjow. In the final series of a maximum of five games, the HK Lada Tolyatti was defeated 3-0. In the European Cup final, which was held in Düsseldorf , Dynamo lost 3: 4 in the penalty shootout against Malmö IF and thus finished second. Before the following season Alexei Yashin, Sergei Petrenko, Alexander Karpowzew and Jan Kaminski left Dynamo for North America.

After a year Vorobjow was replaced by Igor Tusik , who could not repeat the successes of his predecessor and was replaced by Vladimir Golubovich during the play-offs in 1994 . The team finally achieved second place in the league (2: 3 against Lada Tolyatti). In the final of the European Cup, the team TPS Turku from Finland lost. A year later, the championship could be celebrated again after Dynamo had defeated Tolyatti in the final play-off series. Kramskoi, Sorokin and Dorofejew had a large share in this success.

At the beginning of the 1995/96 season , Yuri Leonow and Sergei Petrenko returned to the team, Maxim Afinogenow began his professional career and again the team reached the runner-up behind Lada Tolyatti. Dynamo Metallurg beat Magnitogorsk 3-1 in the international hockey league cup competition . The final of the European Cup was held in Cologne in 1996 and Dynamo lost to the Kölner Haie (1: 4) and only achieved a draw (3: 3) against VEU Feldkirch from Austria . The club only finished fifth. In the summer of 1996, the International Hockey League was reformed and renamed the Russian Ice Hockey League . Many leading players of the Dynamo team left the club, so that Dynamo was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the play-offs against Torpedo Yaroslavl and replaced Yuri Otschnew , Vladimir Golubovich. The IIHF European Cup was replaced in 1996 by the European Hockey League (EHL), in which Dynamo could qualify for the final, but failed with 2: 5 at TPS Turku.

Before the 1997/98 season Sinetula Biljaletdinow was hired as the new head coach. In the preliminary round of the Russian elite league only fifth place was achieved, but in the play-offs the team around Sergei Petrenko, Yuri Leonow, Michail Ivanov , Artyom Chubarow and Leo Berdischewski advanced to the final. There, however, the team failed to Metallurg Magnitogorsk with 1: 3 in the best-of-five series. The European competition for the EHL-Cup was similarly successful, with Dynamo losing 3: 5 against VEU Feldkirch . In the following season Dynamo finished the preliminary round in third place and failed again in the play-off final to Metallurg Magnitogorsk with 2-4 in the best-of-seven series. In the EHL final, the club met Magnitogorsk again and lost the game 2-1.

In the 1999/2000 season , Dynamo Moscow was able to celebrate the title again. Both the regular season title and the Russian League Cup went to the club with three wins against Ak Bars Kazan in the final series. However, Dynamo was not successful at European level, as the team lost twice to the Nürnberg Ice Tigers and thus did not even qualify for the quarter-finals of the EHL.

The new millennium

Bully in the final of the IIHF Continental Cup 2004/05

After the successes of the last season, many regular players left Dynamo and so the club only finished 13th at the end of the 2000/01 season - the worst placement in the club's history. Due to the unsuccessfulness Sinetula Biljaletdinow was dismissed during the season and Vladimir Semjonow committed as the new coach. But already in the next season Biljaletdinow returned as a coach and Dynamo was eliminated in the quarter-finals against Ak Bars Kazan.

In the following two seasons, the club reached the play-offs, but were eliminated in both years against Awangard Omsk in the quarter-finals. At the beginning of the 2004/05 season, Wladimir Krikunow was signed as a coach. Due to the lockout in the NHL , many NHL players returned to Russia and Dynamo was able to sign Maxim Afinogenow , Andrei Markow , Pawel Dazjuk , Artjom Chubarow , Martin Havlát and, shortly before the play-offs, Alexander Frolow and Sergei Samsonov . Dynamo set a new team record in the play-off semi-finals when they defeated Awangard Omsk 11-0. In the final series of five games against Lada Tolyatti , Dynamo won the first three games and thus became Russian champions. In addition to winning the championship, Dynamo took second place behind HKm Zvolen at the Continental Cup .

Due to the end of the lockout in the NHL, many players left Dynamo again before the 2005/06 season. However, they managed to sign Maxim Sushinski from rival Awangard Omsk. In the middle of the season the club got into financial difficulties, so that some players left the club shortly after winning the European Champions Cup in January 2006 and Dynamo was eliminated in the round of 16 against Lada Tolyatti from the play-offs. In the following season, the financial problems were overcome, but the team was not good enough to get past the first round of the play-offs.

Before the 2008/09 season - the first season of the newly founded KHL - the team was strengthened with some players from North America and Europe: Karel Rachůnek , Mattias Weinhandl , Alexei Schitnik , Petr Čajánek and Denis Denissow . The goal of the season was to win the KHL championship, but the team failed in the playoff semi-finals at Ak Bars Kazan . Previously, in December 2008 , HK Dynamo Moscow won the Spengler Cup for the second time. In the final, the team won 5: 3 over Team Canada . With Sergei Kotow , a new coach was introduced in April 2009, who rebuilt the team again and signed two other Swedes with Linus Omark and Johan Harju and another Czech with Jiří Hudler .

As OHK Dynamo (2010–2012)

Player equipment for the 2012/13 season

Due to a large debt burden, HK Dynamo was close to bankruptcy in 2010. Following the 2009/10 season , OHK Dynamo ( United Ice Hockey Club Dynamo ) was created from the merger of the traditional HK Dynamo Moscow club with HK MWD Balaschicha, which has been more successful in recent years . The OHK continued the tradition of the HK Dynamo, while large parts of the management and the team were taken over by the HK MWD.

At the start of the 2010/11 season , the club won the opening cup Kubok Otkrytija with a win against Ak Bars Kazan . Already in the second season of the merged club this was able to win the Gagarin Cup with a 4-1 win in the final series against HK Awangard Omsk .

Return to the traditional name

In July 2012, the association took on the name of its predecessor, and President Mikhail Tyurkin resigned at the same time . With the HK MWD and the HK Dynamo Balaschicha, the club continues to operate two farm teams in the Molodjoschnaja Chokkeinaja League and the Wysschaja Hockey League, respectively .

At the start of the 2012/13 season , the club again won the opening cup with a win against HK Awangard Omsk . The president and financier at that time was the oligarch Arkadi Rotenberg , who left the club in 2015. In the following two years the management of the ice hockey club accumulated increasing debts and could no longer pay the players' salaries, among other things. After the 2016/17 season, the KHL initially refused to grant the game permission, exchanged management and ultimately declared 42 of the club's players to be free agents .


  • Russian / Soviet champion: 10 (1947, 1954, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2013)
  • Russian / Soviet runner-up: 19 (1950–1951, 1959–1960, 1962–1964, 1971–1972, 1977–1980, 1985–1987, 1994, 1996, 1999)
  • USSR Cup win: 3 (1953, 1972, 1976)
  • Winning the IIHF European Champions Cup : 1 (2006)
  • Final participation in the European Champions Cup: 3 (1990, 1992, 1993)
  • Final participation in the European Hockey League : 3 (1997, 1998, 1999)
  • Spengler Cup winners: 2 (1983, 2008)
  • Winning the Ahearne Cup : 2 (1975, 1976)


Until 2015, the club's home games were mostly played in the smaller ice rink ("Малая спортивная арена") of the Luzhniki complex, which has 8,700 spectators. In the play-offs or when games were particularly crowded, the Luschniki Sports Palace was used, which can accommodate up to 11,500 spectators. Preparation games are partly played in the small ice rink of the Dynamo Stadium (approx. 200 standing places) or on the Dynamo training ground in Nowogorsk .

In 2015 the HK Dynamo moved into the newly built VTB Ice Palace with up to 14,000 seats. In 2018 there was another move to the Megasport Arena , as the club's new venue, the VTB Arena , was not yet completed. At the beginning of 2019, the HK Dynamo moved to the VTB-Arena.


Squad for the 2019/20 season

Status: August 2020

No. Nat. player Item Date of birth in the team since place of birth
60 RussiaRussia Ivan Bocharov G May 18, 1995 2017 Moscow , Russia
1 RussiaRussia Alexander Yeryomenko G April 10, 1980 2011 Moscow , Russian SFSR
21st RussiaRussia Yegor Alanov D. December 16, 2000 2019 Rotenburg , Germany
55 RussiaRussia Sergei Boikov D. January 24, 1996 2019 Khabarovsk , Russia
67 SlovakiaSlovakia Michal Čajkovský D. 0May 6, 1992 2018 Skalica , Czechoslovakia
4th RussiaRussia Mikhail Grigoryev D. 0February 1, 1991 2019 Tyumen , Russian SFSR
17th FinlandFinland Juuso Hietanen D. June 14, 1985 2015 Hämeenlinna , Finland
2 RussiaRussia Kirill Lyamin D. January 13, 1986 2019 Moscow , Russian SFSR
94 RussiaRussia Andrei Mironov D. July 29, 1994 2018 Moscow , Russia
86 RussiaRussia Yegor Saizew D. 0May 3, 1994 2016 Moscow , Russia
99 RussiaRussia Andrei Sergeev D. March 26, 1991 2020 Simferopol , Ukrainian SSR
49 RussiaRussia Artyom Volkov D. April 25, 1997 2015 Tver , Russia
61 RussiaRussia Maxim AfinogenovA. RW 04th September 1979 2018 Moscow , Russian SFSR
10 RussiaRussia Andrei Alexeyev LW 0January 3, 1995 2014 Moscow , Russia
83 RussiaRussia Vladimir Bryukvin RW January 22, 1995 2014 Moscow , Russia
56 RussiaRussia Ivan Igumnov C. June 29, 1996 2015 Moscow , Russia
23 RussiaRussia Czech RepublicCzech Republic Dmitrij Jaškin RW March 23, 1993 2019 Omsk , Russia
65 RussiaRussia Vladislav Yefremov F. 0August 1, 1995 2017 Novi Rosdol , Russia
9 RussiaRussia Dmitri Kagarlitsky LW 0August 1, 1989 2020 Cherepovets , Russian SFSR
57 RussiaRussia Ilya Kruglow F. February 28, 2000 2019 Mytishchi , Russia
95 RussiaRussia Vyacheslav Kuljomin LW June 14, 1990 2018 Noginsk , Russian SFSR
24 SwedenSweden Oscar Lindberg C. October 29, 1991 2020 Skelleftea , Sweden
RussiaRussia Dmitri Markovin LW December 14, 1994 2020 Elektrostal , Russia
18th RussiaRussia Dmitri Moiseev RW June 12, 1995 201 ( Moscow , Russia
71 RussiaRussia Ivan Muranov W. 0October 6, 1999 2018 Moscow , Russia
31 RussiaRussia Alexander Petunin C. January 31, 1997 2019 Yekaterinburg , Russia
87 RussiaRussia Vadim SchipachevC. C. March 12, 1987 2018 Cherepovets , Russian SFSR
79 RussiaRussia Daniil Tarasov RW June 20, 1991 2015 Moscow , Russian SFSR

Dear players

# 34 Sergei Wyschedkewitsch , long-time regular at Dynamo, here at the IIHF Continental Cup 2004/05

Russian ice hockey clubs honor deserving players and coaches by hanging a banner with their number under the ceiling. However, unlike in North American ice hockey, the player numbers remain in use and are not blocked.

No. Surname Club membership
from - to
Trainer Arkady Chernyshev 1946-1974
1 Boris Saizew
Vladimir Myshkin
2 Oleg
Tolmachev Pavel Schiburtowitsch
3 Vitaly Davydov 1957-1973
5 Stanislav Petuchow
Vasily Pervuchin
6th Valery Vasilyev 1967-1984
8th Valentine Cousin 1950-1961
9 Nikolai Postawnin
Alexander Uvarow
10 Yuri Krylov 1951-1965
11 Yuri Volkov
Alexander Malzew
17th Vladimir Yursinov
Sinetula Biljaletdinow

Former players

Trainer since founding in 1946

Surname In office
from - to
Arkady Chernyshev 1946-74
Vladimir Yursinov 1974-79
Vitaly Davydov 1979-81
Vladimir Kisselev 1981-84
Yuri Moisseyev 1984-89
Vladimir Yursinov 1989-92
Pyotr Vorobyov 1992-93
Vladimir Golubovich 1994-96
Yuri Otschnew 1996-97
Sinetula Biljaletdinow 1997-2000
Vladimir Semyonov 2000-02
Sinetula Biljaletdinow 2002-04
Vladimir Krikunov 2004-08
Vladimír Vůjtek 2008-09
Sergei Kotov 2009
Andrei Khomutov 2009-10
Oleg Snarok 2010 - March 2014
Harijs Vītoliņš March 2014 - December 2015
Sergei Oreshkin Dec. 2015 - March 2017
Vladimir Vorobyov Apr. 2017 - Oct. 2018
Vladimir Krikunov since October 2018

Individual evidence

  1., Championnat d'URSS 1946/47
  2., Сезон 1946/1947
  3., Championnat d'URSS 1947/48
  4., Championnat d'URSS 1950/51
  5., Сезон 1953/1954
  6., Сезон 1985/1986
  7., Сезон 1989/1990
  8., Сезон 1990/1991
  9., Russia before the upheaval?
  10., История - Сезон за сезоном - Сезон 2008-2009
  11., История - Сезон за сезоном - Сезон 2009-2010
  12., Хоккейный клуб "Динамо" перестал быть "объединенным"
  13. Umberto Bacchi: "Ukraine: Putin's Judo Crony Arkady Rotenberg's Luxury Italian Villas Seized" International Business Times of September 23, 2014, viewed on December 6, 2014
  14. ^ Jason Brough: Report: Moscow Dynamo players on strike over unpaid wages. In: June 14, 2017, accessed July 5, 2017 .
  15. Planning a schedule and remembering a hero - the week in review. In: June 29, 2017. Retrieved July 5, 2017 .
  16. Greg Wyshynski: Dynamo Moscow and a really bizarre KHL controversy. In: June 29, 2017, accessed July 5, 2017 .
  17. 42 Dynamo players become free agents. In: July 5, 2017. Retrieved July 5, 2017 .
  18. Park of Legends: Ice Palace before opening Article from April 11, 2015

Web links

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