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HC Spartak ( , ) is a professional ice hockey team based in Moscow, Russia. They are members of the Bobrov Division of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).

History

One of the sections of the Spartak Moscow sports club, HC Spartak Moscow was established in 1946. They have won the Soviet Championship four times, and have also had European-level success in the Spengler Cup, which they have won five times.Unfortunately for its fans, the financial state of the team was becoming worse and worse since the beginning of 2006. After the season, a Russian businessman and huge Spartak fan, Vadim Melkov, volunteered to find suitable sponsorship for his favorite team. After negotiations, the Government of Moscowmarker agreed to cover all of team debts. Some preliminary agreements about team sale were achieved as well. Unfortunately for Spartak, Melkov died during the S7 Airlines plane crash of July 9, 2006. All the deal proposals were cancelled. After a month of struggling to improve the financial situation, it was decided by Spartak management to disband the team for a year.

SEASON    G    W  D  L      GL      P*    PLACE (PLAY-OFF)------------------------------------------------------------------------
              USSR

1946/47   7   +5 =0 -2    23:15     10     101947/48  18  +14 =2 -2    87:30     30     21948/49  18   +9 =3 -5    67:54     21     51949/50  22  +11 =3 -5    80:56     25     51950/51  10   +4 =3 -3    39:31     11     81951/52  11   +4 =0 -7    38:44      8     71952/53  16   +5 =0-11    48:103    10     61953/54                First League1954/55                First League1955/56  28  +12 =3-13    71:104    27     81956/57  30  +14 =3-13    78:89     31     61957/58  33  +24 =1 -8    142:73    49     91958/59  27  +13 =4-10    92:102    30     51959/60  29   +6 =3-20    74:120    20     171960/61  29  +16 =1-12    128:96    35     61961/62  38  +31 =3 -4    193:91    65     11962/63  37  +25 =3 -9    170:102   53     31963/64  36  +24 =2-10    165:107   50     31964/65  36  +24 =5 -7    151:95    53     21965/66  36  +24 =4 -8    173:99    52     21966/67  44  +38 =3 -3    303:97    79     11967/68  44  +34 =1 -9    243:113   69     21968/69  42  +33 =4 -5    220:120   70     11969/70  44  +33 =3 -8    263:159   69     21970/71  40  +23 =5-12    183:144   51     41971/72  31  +17 =2-13    140:123   36     31972/73  32  +23 =2 -7    178:108   48     21973/74  32  +15 =3-14    146:145   33     41974/75  36  +19 =6-11    157:144   44     31975/76  36  +21 =8 -7    189:139   50     11976/77  34  +14 =9-13    154:162   37     61977/78  36  +14 =4-18    123:141   32     81978/79  44  +25 =2-17    179:167   52     31979/80  44  +28 =5-11    195:140   61     31980/81  49  +32 =6-11    240:141   70     21981/82  47  +39 =0 -8    257:135   78     21982/83  44  +33 =3 -8    208:122   69     21983/84  44  +26 =6-12    214:150   58     21984/85  52  +20 =9-23    176:180   49     51985/86  40  +20 =9-11    146:119   49     31986/87  40  +16 =8-16    131:120   40     61987/88  44  +22 =8-14    152:124   52     51988/89  44  +15=10-19    138:136   40     71989/90  48  +22 =4-22    182:157   48     81990/91  46  +27 =8-11    163:106   62     2
               SNG

1991/92  42  +20 =5-17    148:123   45     3
               MHL**

1992/93  45  +23 =6-16    146:126   52     3  (1/8)1993/94  52  +27 =5-20    179:162   53     8  (1/4)1994/95  52  +23 =5-24    132:154   51     91995/96  57  +18 =8-31    144:191   44     14 (1/4)
              Russia

1996/97  44  +16 =6-22    117:138   38     171997/98  50  +22 =9-19    138:127   53     9  (1/4)1998/99  42  +14 =4-24    84:107    32     191999/00                First League2000/01                First League2001/02  51  +21 =5-24    123:125   70(1-0)112002/03  51  +14 =5-27    108:149   53(1-4)152003/04                First League2004/05  60  +10=10-38    89:164    42(0-2)152005/06  51  +20 =6-20    112:111   73(2-3)10 (1/8)2006/07                 not played2007/08  51  +21 =0-24    129:151   78(2-7)11 (1/8)
              KHL

2008/09  56  +26 =0-21    173:158   93(5-2) 9 (1/4)2009/10  56
  • - win/lose in OT/B.
    • - Meznacionalnaya Hockey League



Honors

Champions



Runners Up



Players

Current roster

Notable NHL Alumni

 Nikolai Borschevsky (1989-92),
 Vitali Prokhorov (1983-92),
 Alexander Selivanov (1988-94),
 Daniil Markov (1993-97),
 Pavel Bure (1994-95)
 Ilya Kovalchuk (1999-2001)


References

  1. [1] "Sovetski Sport" newspaper, August 11th, 2006.


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