Molodyoshnaya Chokkeinaya League

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Molodyoshnaya Chokkeinaya League

Current season 2017/18
sport ice Hockey
abbreviation MHL
League foundation 2009
Teams 31
Country countries RussiaRussia Russia People's Republic of China Kazakhstan Latvia
China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China 
Title holder Krasnaya Armia Moscow
Record champions Krasnaya Armia Moscow (2)
Omskije Jastreby Omsk (2)
TV partner KHL-TV (worldwide), LTV7 (Latvia)

The Molodjoschnaja Chokkeinaja Liga ( Russian Молодёжная Хоккейная Лига ) is a multinational junior league in ice hockey , which was founded in 2009 as the junior league of the Continental Hockey League (KHL). In the first year of the league's existence, only teams from Russia took part. As of 2010, teams from seven other countries were added. The players in the league are between 17 and 21 years old.


It is played in a western and an eastern conference. Teams from the western conference can meet teams from the eastern conference in the play-off final at the earliest. In the basic round, all teams play against each other four times in their conference. The first eight teams in each conference qualify for the play-offs. The winner of the play-offs will receive the Kharlamov Cup .

Many of the 31 teams serve as farm teams for a KHL team, other teams are the junior departments of franchises of the second-rate Wysschaja Hockey League . The second division is the Molodjoschnaja Chokkeinaja Liga B below the Molodjoschnaja Chakkeinaja Liga .

Teams of the 2017/18 season

West conference

Surname Location Stadion partner
RussiaRussia Almas Cherepovets , Vologda Oblast Cherepovets Ice Palace Severstal Cherepovets ( KHL )
RussiaRussia Amursky Tigry Khabarovsk , Khabarovsk region Platinum Arena Amur Khabarovsk (KHL)
RussiaRussia Atlanty Mytishchi , Moscow Oblast Mytishchi Arena HK Spartak Moscow (KHL)
RussiaRussia Dynamo Saint Petersburg St. Petersburg Jubileiny Sports Complex HK Dynamo Saint Petersburg (WysHL)
RussiaRussia MHK dynamo Balashikha , Moscow Oblast Balashikha Arena HK Dynamo Moscow (KHL)
LatviaLatvia HK Riga Riga , Latvia Arena Riga Dinamo Riga (KHL)
RussiaRussia MHK Krylya Sovetov Moscow Krylya Sovetov Sports Palace -
RussiaRussia Captain Stupino Stupino , Moscow Oblast Stupino Ice Sport Place HK Sochi (KHL)
RussiaRussia Krasnaya Armiya Moscow CSKA ice rink palace HK CSKA Moscow (KHL)
China People's RepublicPeople's Republic of China KRS Junior Beijing Volvo Sports Center ( Riga ) Kunlun Red Star (KHL)
RussiaRussia Loko Yaroslavl , Yaroslavl Oblast Arena 2000 Yaroslavl locomotive (KHL)
RussiaRussia MHK Spartak Moscow Sokolniki Arena HK Spartak Moscow (KHL)
RussiaRussia Russkije Vitjasi Podolsk , Moscow Oblast Chekhov ice hockey center HK Vitjas (KHL)
RussiaRussia SKA-1946 St. Petersburg Jubileiny Sports Complex SKA Saint Petersburg (KHL)
RussiaRussia SKA Serebrjannyje Lwi St. Petersburg Jubileiny Sports Complex SKA Saint Petersburg (KHL)
RussiaRussia typhoon Ussuriysk Ice arena Admiral Vladivostok (KHL)
RussiaRussia Chaika Nizhny Novgorod , Nizhny Novgorod Oblast Sports palace of the unions Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod (KHL)

East conference

Surname Location Stadion partner
KazakhstanKazakhstan Altai Öskemen Boris Alexandrov Sports Palace Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk (WysHL)
RussiaRussia Awto Yekaterinburg , Sverdlovsk Oblast KRK Uralez Awtomobilist Ekaterinburg (KHL)
RussiaRussia Belyje Medvedi Chelyabinsk , Chelyabinsk Oblast Ice sports arena tractor HK tractor Chelyabinsk (KHL)
RussiaRussia Irbis Kazan , Tatarstan Tatneft arena Ak Bars Kazan (KHL)
RussiaRussia Kuznetskie Medvedi Novokuznetsk , Kemerovo Oblast Sports palace of the Kuznetsk metallurgists Metallurg Novokuznetsk (KHL)
RussiaRussia Ladja Tolyatti , Samara Oblast Volgar Sports Palace HK Lada Tolyatti (KHL)
RussiaRussia Mamonty Jugry Khanty-Mansiysk , Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug / Ugra Arena Ugra HK Ugra Khanty-Mansiysk (KHL)
RussiaRussia Omskije Jastreby Omsk , Omsk Oblast Omsk Arena HK Awangard Omsk (KHL)
RussiaRussia reactor Nizhnekamsk , Tatarstan SKK Neftechimik Neftechimik Nizhnekamsk (KHL)
RussiaRussia Sarmaty Orenburg Orenburg , Orenburg Oblast Zvezdny Ice Arena Yuzhny Ural Orsk (WysHL)
RussiaRussia Sibirsky Snaipery Novosibirsk , Novosibirsk Oblast Ice Sports Palace Sibir HK Sibir Novosibirsk (KHL)
KazakhstanKazakhstan Snezhnye Barsy Astana , Kazakhstan Sports Palace Kazakhstan Barys Astana (KHL)
RussiaRussia sputnik Almetyevsk Jubileiny Sports Palace Neftjanik Almetjewsk (WysHL)
RussiaRussia Stalnye Lissy Magnitogorsk , Chelyabinsk Oblast Arena Metallurg HK Metallurg Magnitogorsk (KHL)
RussiaRussia Tolpar Ufa , Bashkortostan Ufa arena Salawat Julajew Ufa (KHL)
RussiaRussia Tyumensky Legion Tyumen , Tyumen Oblast Tyumen Sports Palace Rubin Tyumen ( VHL )

Title holder

  • 2010 : Logo of Stalnye Lissy MagnitogorskStalnye Lissy Magnitogorsk
  • 2011 : Logo of Krasnaya Armia MoscowKrasnaya Armia Moscow
  • 2012 : Omskije Jastreby Omsk
  • 2013 : Omskije Jastreby Omsk
  • 2014 : MHK Spartak Moscow
  • 2015 : Chaika Nizhny Novgorod
  • 2016 : Loko Yaroslavl
  • 2017 : Logo of Krasnaya Armia MoscowKrasnaya Armia Moscow
  • 2018 : Loko Yaroslavl

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