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2013–2014 KHL season
KHL 6th season logo
League Kontinental Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Duration 4 September 2013
– April 2014
Regular season
Season champions Flag of Russia Dynamo Moscow
Top scorer Flag of Russia Sergei Mozyakin
Playoffs
Western champions Flag of the Czech Republic Lev Praha
  Western runners-up Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Eastern champions Flag of Russia Metallurg Magnitogorsk
  Eastern runners-up Flag of Russia Salavat Yulaev Ufa
Gagarin Cup
[[|Gagarin Cup]] champions Flag of Russia Metallurg Magnitogorsk
  Runners-up Flag of the Czech Republic Lev Praha

The 2013–14 KHL season was the sixth season of the Kontinental Hockey League.

The league's 28 teams played a 54-game balanced schedule. The regular season began on 4 September with the Lokomotiv Cup between last year's finalists Dynamo Moscow and Traktor Chelyabinsk. The all-star game took place on 11 January in Bratislava, Slovakia and was followed by a 27-day break for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi from 30 January to 25 February. The last day of the regular season was 4 March.[1]

Sixteen teams, eight from each conference, advanced to the Gagarin Cup playoffs, which began on 7 March. The winner of each conference, Metallurg Magnitogorsk from the East and Lev Prague from the West, met in the Gagarin Cup Final. The seventh and last game was played on 30 April, with Metallurg winning 7-4. All four playoff rounds were best-of-seven series.[2]

ChangesEdit

Team changesEdit

In late April 2013 it was announced that a newly created team from Vladivostok would be admitted to league and become the league's second far-eastern team.[3] The team is called Admiral Vladivostok and its name and emblem were chosen by the public.[4] Its initial roster was filled in an expansion draft on 17 June.[5]

A few days after Vladivostok was admitted to the league it was also confirmed that KHL Medveščak from Zagreb, Croatia would join the league.[6] Medveščak previously played in Austrian-based EBEL league. This made Croatia the eighth country with a KHL team.

In June 2013 Vityaz Chekhov officially announced its relocation to nearby Podolsk, Moscow Oblast where it can play in a bigger arena.[7]

Regular seasonEdit

The regular season began on 4 September 2013 with the Lokomotiv Cup between the finalists of the previous season, Dynamo Moscow and Traktor Chelyabinsk and ended on 4 March 2014 after every team has played 54 matches.

League standingsEdit

Source: KHL.ru[8]

Points are awarded as follows:

  • 3 Points for a win in regulation ("W")
  • 2 Points for a win in overtime ("OTW") or a penalty shootout ("SOW")
  • 1 Point for a loss in overtime ("OTL") or a penalty shootout ("SOL")
  • 0 Points for a loss in regulation ("L")

The conference standings determine the seedings for the play-offs. The first two places in each conference are reserved for the division winners.

Western Conference[9] Div GP W OTW SOW SOL OTL L GF GA Pts
1 C – Flag of Russia Dynamo Moscow TAR 54 34 2 2 5 0 11 171 113 115
2 Y – Flag of Russia SKA Saint Petersburg BOB 54 30 1 4 4 1 14 175 115 105
3 Flag of the Czech Republic HC Lev Praha BOB 54 23 3 9 2 4 13 149 107 99
4 Flag of Ukraine HC Donbass TAR 54 27 3 4 2 0 18 135 99 97
5 Flag of Latvia Dinamo Riga BOB 54 22 5 6 4 1 16 141 122 93
6 Flag of Croatia Medveščak Zagreb BOB 54 24 1 3 8 4 14 138 126 92
7 Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow BOB 54 25 2 5 1 1 20 130 118 91
8 Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Yaroslavl TAR 54 23 2 3 4 1 21 109 103 84
9 Flag of Russia Atlant Moscow Oblast TAR 54 19 1 7 3 2 22 123 120 78
10 Flag of Russia Severstal Cherepovets TAR 54 20 0 5 5 2 22 128 135 77
11 Flag of Slovakia Slovan Bratislava BOB 54 15 3 6 3 1 26 120 160 67
13 Flag of Russia Spartak Moscow TAR 54 12 4 4 4 2 28 105 147 58
12 Flag of Russia Vityaz Podolsk TAR 54 12 1 5 9 1 26 110 147 58
14 Flag of Belarus Dinamo Minsk BOB 54 13 1 3 4 2 31 102 161 53

Y – Clinched Division; C – Clinched Continental Cup;
BOB – Bobrov Division, TAR – Tarasov Division

Eastern Conference[10] Div GP W OTW SOW SOL OTL L GF GA Pts
1 Z – Flag of Russia Metallurg Magnitogorsk KHA 54 30 3 2 6 2 11 166 113 108
2 Y – Flag of Kazakhstan Barys Astana CHE 54 26 2 4 2 2 18 182 157 94
3 Flag of Russia Ak Bars Kazan KHA 54 26 4 4 5 1 14 139 108 100
4 Flag of Russia Salavat Yulaev Ufa CHE 54 25 3 3 4 3 16 155 140 94
4 Flag of Russia Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod KHA 54 25 2 5 3 2 17 153 121 94
6 Flag of Russia Sibir Novosibirsk CHE 54 22 2 5 6 1 18 125 117 87
7 Flag of Russia Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg KHA 54 22 0 7 5 1 19 134 125 86
8 Flag of Russia Admiral Vladivostok CHE 54 21 1 4 4 1 23 135 129 78
9 Flag of Russia Traktor Chelyabinsk KHA 54 18 1 6 5 2 22 126 148 75
10 Flag of Russia Avangard Omsk CHE 54 17 1 5 4 2 25 136 162 69
11 Flag of Russia Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk KHA 54 16 1 3 2 6 26 128 166 64
12 Flag of Russia Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk KHA 54 15 2 2 3 1 31 127 152 57
13 Flag of Russia Metallurg Novokuznetsk CHE 54 12 1 1 4 6 30 115 170 50
14 Flag of Russia Amur Khabarovsk CHE 54 8 1 4 10 1 30 106 182 45

Y – Clinched Division; Z – Clinched Conference
KHA – Kharlamov Division, CHE – Chernyshev Division


Player statisticsEdit

Scoring leadersEdit

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/– = Plus-minus; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts +/– PIM
Flag of Russia Sergei Mozyakin Metallurg Magnitogorsk 54 34 39 73 +43 8
Flag of the Czech Republic Jan Kovář Metallurg Magnitogorsk 54 23 45 68 +46 46
Flag of Russia Danis Zaripov Metallurg Magnitogorsk 53 25 39 64 +42 32
Flag of the United States Brandon Bochenski Barys Astana 54 28 30 58 +17 55
Flag of Canada Nigel Dawes Barys Astana 54 26 23 49 +7 18
Flag of Finland Sakari Salminen Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 54 18 29 47 +8 16
Flag of Russia Fedor Malykhin Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg 54 22 22 44 +14 26
Flag of Canada Kyle Wilson Dinamo Riga 49 17 27 44 +9 26
Flag of Finland Jori Lehterä Sibir Novosibirsk 48 12 32 44 +14 22
Flag of Slovakia Marcel Hossa Dinamo Riga 50 22 19 41 +9 33

Leading goaltendersEdit

GP = Games played; Min = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; SOP = Shootouts played; GA = Goals against; SO = Shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

Player Team GP Min W L SOP GA SO SV% GAA
Flag of Russia Emil Garipov Ak Bars Kazan 20 1219:36 13 5 2 29 3 .952 1.43
Flag of Kazakhstan Vitali Kolesnik Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 19 955:45 7 4 5 24 3 .946 1.51
Flag of Russia Georgi Gelashvili Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 20 1163:32 12 6 1 31 5 .939 1.60
Flag of Finland Petri Vehanen HC Lev Praha 41 2495:22 20 13 8 69 4 .932 1.66
Flag of Finland Mikko Koskinen Sibir Novosibirsk 41 2361:35 20 11 8 67 3 .939 1.70

PlayoffsEdit

The playoffs started on 7 March 2014, with the top eight teams from each of the conferences, and ended on 30 April with the last game of the Gagarin Cup final.

During the first three rounds home ice was determined by seeding number within the Conference, not position on the bracket. In the Finals the team with better seeding number had home ice advantage. If the seeding numbers were equal, the regular season record was taken into account.[11]

  Conference Quarter-Finals Conference Semi-Finals Conference Finals Gagarin Cup Finals
                                     
1  Flag of Russia Magnitogorsk 4     1  Flag of Russia Magnitogorsk 4  
8  Flag of Russia Vladivostok 1     6  Flag of Russia Sibir 0  


2  Flag of Kazakhstan Astana 4 Eastern Conference
7  Flag of Russia Yekaterinburg 0  
    1  Flag of Russia Magnitogorsk 4  
  4  Flag of Russia Ufa 1  
3  Flag of Russia Kazan 2  
6  Flag of Russia Sibir 4  
4  Flag of Russia Ufa 4   2  Flag of Kazakhstan Astana 2
5  Flag of Russia Nizhny Novgorod 3     4  Flag of Russia Ufa 4  


  1  Flag of Russia Magnitogorsk 4
(Pairings are re-seeded after the first round.)
  3  Flag of the Czech RepublicLev Praha 3
1  Flag of Russia Dynamo Moscow 3     2  Flag of Russia St. Petersburg 2
8  Flag of Russia Yaroslavl 4     8  Flag of Russia Yaroslavl 4  
2  Flag of Russia St. Petersburg 4
7  Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow 0  
  3  Flag of the Czech RepublicLev Praha 4
  8  Flag of Russia Yaroslavl 1  
3  Flag of the Czech Republic Lev Praha 4  
6  Flag of Croatia Zagreb 0   Western Conference
4  Flag of Ukraine Donbass 4   3  Flag of the Czech Republic Lev Praha 4
5  Flag of Latvia Riga 3     4  Flag of Ukraine Donbass 2  
  • During the first three rounds home ice is determined by seeding number, not position on the bracket. In the Finals the team with the better regular season record has home ice.

Player statisticsEdit

Playoff scoring leadersEdit

Updated on 30 April 2014. Source: khl.ru[12]

GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/– = Plus-minus; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player Team GP G A Pts +/– PIM
Sergei Mozyakin Metallurg Magnitogorsk 21 13 20 33 +14 8
Danis Zaripov Metallurg Magnitogorsk 21 11 15 26 +12 34
Jan Kovář Metallurg Magnitogorsk 21 8 18 26 +12 16
Justin Azevedo HC Lev Praha 22 13 7 20 +4 6
Roman Červenka SKA Saint Petersburg 10 6 11 17 +6 8

Playoff leading goaltendersEdit

Updated on 30 April 2014. Source: khl.ru[13]</small>

GP = Games played; Min = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; SOL = Shootout losses; GA = Goals against; SO = Shutouts; SV% = Save percentage; GAA = Goals against average

Player Team GP Min W L SOL GA SO SV% GAA
Ivan Kasutin Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 6 390:53 3 3 0 10 1 94.4 1.53
Ján Laco HC Donbass 8 385:20 3 3 0 11 0 93.4 1.71
Jakub Sedláček Dinamo Riga 5 270:01 3 2 0 8 0 93.8 1.78
Curtis Sanford Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 18 1124:50 9 9 0 36 2 93.4 1.92
Alexander Salák SKA Saint Petersburg 10 621:32 6 4 0 20 2 94.0 1.93

Nadezhda CupEdit

The 12 teams that do not advance to Gagarin Cup Playoffs participate in Nadezhda Cup. The teams ranked 9-th and 10-th in their conferences are seeded and start their games from Quarterfinals, while the other teams start their games from the First Round. The First Round consists of two games. In case there is a 1-1 tie in the end of the First Round, 5-minute overtime and a penalty shootout, if necessary, follow after Game 2. The other rounds consist of up to four games. If there is a 2-2 tie in the end of such a round, the series is decided in a 20-minute overtime with a shootout if necessary.[14]

  First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                     
        
  W9  Atlant Moscow Oblast 0  
    W14  Dinamo Minsk 3  
W11  Slovan Bratislava 0
W14  Dinamo Minsk 2  
  W14  Dinamo Minsk 3  
  W10  Severstal Cherepovets 1  
        
        
  W10  Severstal Cherepovets 3
    W13  Vityaz Chekhov 1  
W12  Spartak Moscow *
W13  Vityaz Chekhov  
  W14  Dinamo Minsk 0
  E10  Avangard Omsk 3
        
        
  E10  Avangard Omsk 3
    E11  Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk 1  
E11  Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk 1,d
E14  Amur Khabarovsk 0,d  
  E10  Avangard Omsk 3
  E9  Traktor Chelyabinsk 1  
        
        
  E9  Traktor Chelyabinsk 2SO
    E12  Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk 2  
E12  Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk 2
E13  Metallurg Novokuznetsk 0

* Note: Spartak Moscow was excluded from Nadezhda Cup 2014 tournament due to financial issues.[15]

Final standings Edit

RankTeam
1 Flag of Russia Metallurg Magnitogorsk
2 Flag of the Czech Republic Lev Praha
3 Flag of Russia Salavat Yulaev Ufa
4 Flag of Russia Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
5 Flag of Russia SKA Saint Petersburg
6 Flag of Ukraine HC Donbass
7 Flag of Kazakhstan Barys Astana
8 Flag of Russia Sibir Novosibirsk
9 Flag of Russia Dynamo Moscow
10 Flag of Russia Ak Bars Kazan
11 Flag of Russia Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
12 Flag of Latvia Dinamo Riga
13 Flag of Croatia Medveščak Zagreb
14 Flag of Russia CSKA Moscow
15 Flag of Russia Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg
16 Flag of Russia Admiral Vladivostok
17 Flag of Russia Atlant Moscow Oblast
18 Flag of Russia Severstal Cherepovets
19 Flag of Russia Traktor Chelyabinsk
20 Flag of Russia Avangard Omsk
21 Flag of Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
22 Flag of Russia Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk
23 Flag of Russia Spartak Moscow
24 Flag of Russia Vityaz Chekhov
25 Flag of Russia Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
26 Flag of Belarus Dinamo Minsk
27 Flag of Russia Metallurg Novokuznetsk
28 Flag of Russia Amur Khabarovsk

AwardsEdit

Players of the MonthEdit

Best KHL players of each month.

Month Goaltender Defense Forward Rookie
September Flag of Russia Konstantin Barulin (Kazan) Flag of Canada Chris Lee (Magintogorsk) Flag of Russia Maxim Pestushko (Dyn. Moscow) Flag of Russia Andrei Vasilevski (Ufa)
October[16] Flag of Canada Barry Brust (Zagreb) Flag of Russia Maxim Chudinov (St. Petersburg) Flag of Russia Danis Zaripov (Magintogorsk) Flag of Russia Yaroslav Dyblenko (Atlant)
November[17] Flag of the Czech Republic Alexander Salák (St. Petersburg) Flag of the United States Deron Quint (Spartak) Flag of Russia Sergei Mozyakin (Magintogorsk) Flag of Russia Andrei Vasilevski (Ufa)
December[18] Flag of the Czech Republic Jakub Kovář (Yekatarinburg) Flag of Slovakia Dominik Graňák (Dyn. Moscow) Flag of the United States Brandon Bochenski (Astana) Flag of Russia Mark Skutar (Novokusnetsk)
January[19] Flag of the Czech Republic Jakub Kovář (Yekatarinburg) Flag of Russia Viktor Antipin (Magintogorsk) Flag of Russia Sergei Mozyakin (Magintogorsk) Flag of Russia Sergei Shmelyov (Atlant)
February not awarded (Olympic break)
March[20] Flag of Canada Curtis Sanford (Yaroslavl) Flag of Russia Ilya Gorokhov (Yaroslavl) Flag of Russia Sergei Mozyakin (Magintogorsk) Flag of Russia Andrei Vasilevski (Ufa)
April[21] Flag of Russia Vasiliy Koshechkin (Magnitogorsk) Flag of the Czech Republic Ondřej Němec (Prague) Flag of Russia Sergei Mozyakin (Magintogorsk) Flag of Russia Andrei Vasilevski (Ufa)

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://en.khl.ru/documents/KHL_calendar_2013-2014_regular_en.pdf
  2. http://en.khl.ru/documents/KHL_calendar_2013-2014_playoff_en.pdf
  3. Vladivostok club ready for KHL. khl.ru (2013-04-27).
  4. Voters Choose Name for New Vladivostok Hockey Team. Ria Novosti (2013-05-30).
  5. June Extension Draft for Vladivostok. en.khl.ru (2013-05-14).
  6. Medvescak of Zagreb joins the KHL. khl.ru (2013-04-30).
  7. Возвращение в Подольск. hcvityaz.ru (1 June 2013). Retrieved on 1 June 2013.
  8. KHL Regular season standings. KHL.ru.
  9. 2013-14 KHL season conference standings. Kontinental Hockey League. Retrieved on January 13, 2014.
  10. 2013-14 KHL season conference standings. Kontinental Hockey League. Retrieved on March 4, 2014.
  11. KHL Sports Regulations 2011-2014, revised
  12. Player Stats: 2013–2014 Playoffs: All Skaters – Total Points. Kontinental Hockey League.
  13. Player Stats: 2013–2014 Playoffs: Goalie – Goals Against Average. Kontinental Hockey League.
  14. http://en.khl.ru/news/2014/2/26/26137.html
  15. Spartak won't play in Nadezhda Cup (Russian)
  16. October’s finest: Brust, Chudinov, Zaripov, Dyblenko. khl.ru (2013-11-05).
  17. November’s finest: Salak, Quint, Mozyakin & Vasilevsky. khl.ru (2013-12-05).
  18. December’s finest: Kovar, Granak, Bochenski & Skutar. khl.ru (2014-01-03).
  19. January’s finest: Kovar, Antipin, Mozyakin & Shmelyov. khl.ru (2014-02-05).
  20. March’s finest: Sanford, Gorokhov, Mozyakin & Vasilevsky. khl.ru (2014-04-04).
  21. April’s finest: Koshechkin, Nemec, Mozyakin & Vasilevsky. khl.ru (2014-05-07).
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