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Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk
(Казцинк-Торпедо усть-каменогорск)
KTUK
City: Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan
League: Kazakh Champ. (Flag of Kazakhstan KAZ)
Vysshaya Liga (Flag of Russia RUS)
Founded: 1955
Colors: Blue, yellow and white

              

Head Coach: Belyaev
Championships
Playoff Championships: 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2006-07.

Hockey Club Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk (in Russian: Хоккейный клуб Казцинк-Торпедо Усть-Каменогорск) is a professional club based in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan. The team plays in the Kazakhstan Championship and in the Russian Vysshaya Liga.

AchievementsEdit

HistoryEdit

The club was founded in 1955 as Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk. In 1987, the team earned a promotion to the top level of the Soviet League. They would play a single year there before being relegated back to the second division. In 1989, Torpedo was back at the elite level, where it stayed until 1996.

In 1993, Torpedo joined the newly created Kazakhstan Championship, where they would play in parallel to their participation in Russian championships. Torpedo is the most crowned Kazakhstan team, with 12 championships.

In 2001, the club was renamed Kazzinc-Torpedo, after their main sponsor, Kazzinc, a mining and metallurgy company.

Current rosterEdit

All-time standingsEdit

In Soviet UnionEdit

Statistics incomplete. If you have knowledge we miss, please edit this section.

In RussiaEdit

Season  League        GP  W OTW T OTL  L  GF  GA Pts Standing        Playoffs
1991-92 Superliga     30 16  -  3  -  11 114 109  35 5th (out of 16) 4th in final pool A
1992-93 Superliga     43 23  -  2  -  17 177 146  48 5th in East     W. SKA St. Petersburg 2-1 in eighth of finals
1993-94 Superliga     46 25  -  1  -  20 174 153  51 9th             Forfeited
1994-95 Superliga     52 24  -  4  -  24 173 171  52 7th in East     W. Krylia Sovetov 2-0 in eighth of finals
1995-96 Superliga     26  9  -  2  -  15  66  93  20 9th in East     8th in relegation pool
1996-97 Vysshaya Liga 28 20  -  1  -   7 148  77  41 2nd in East     Forbidden to enter
1997-98 Vysshaya Liga 32 15  -  3  -  14 117 118  33 4th in East     2nd out 7 in East
1998-99 Vysshaya Liga 32 16  -  7  -   9 130  95  39 3rd in East     1st in East
1999-00 Pervaya Liga  48 43  0  0  1   4 327  99 130 1st  (out of 9) No playoffs
2000-01 Pervaya Liga  54 45  1  3  0   5 359 160 140 1st (out of 10) No playoffs
2001-02 Vysshaya Liga 56 36  2  4  0  14 258 175 116 3rd in West     Forbidden to enter
2002-03 Vysshaya Liga 52 32  1  6  1  12 174 111 105 2nd in West     Forbidden to enter
2003-04 Vysshaya Liga 52 28  3  4  1  16 162 115  95 4th in West     Forbidden to enter
2004-05 Vysshaya Liga 52 33  1  3  0  15 157  95 104 4th in West     Forbidden to enter
2005-06 Vysshaya Liga 48 18  3  4  2  21 134 148  66 8th in West     Forbidden to enter
2006-07 Vysshaya Liga 56 30  0  9  2  15 199 141 101 4th in West     Forbidden to enter
2007-08 Vysshaya Liga 52 29  4  -  5  14 169 114 100 3rd in West     W. Neftyanik Leninogorsk 3-1; L Dizel Penza 3-1
2008-09

In the Kazakhstan ChampionshipEdit

Season  GP  W OTW T OTL L  GF GA Pts Standing       Playoffs
1992-93  9  8  -  1  -  0  63 33  17 1st (out of 4) No playoffs
1993-94 12 10  -  1  -  1  94 21  21 1st (out of 5) No playoffs
1994-95 12 10  -  1  -  1  88 29  21 1st (out of 4) No playoffs
1995-96  6  6  -  0  -  0  54 16  12 1st (out of 4) No playoffs
1996-97  8  7  -  0  -  1  84 27  14 1st (out of 5) No playoffs
1997-98  6  3  -  0  -  0  29  7   6 1st (out of 4) No playoffs
1998-99  Did not participate
1999-00  6  3  -  0  -  0  23  7   6 1st (out of 5) No playoffs
2000-01 24 23  -  0  -  1 244 46  46 1st (out of 7) No playoffs
2001-02
2002-03 24 23  -  1  -  0 224 26  37 1st (out of 7) No playoffs
2003-04 24 22  -  1  -  1 226 36  45 1st (out of 7) No playoffs
2004-05 28 25  0  1  0  2 137 27  76 1st (out of 8) No playoffs
2005-06 20 13  0  2  0  5  80 47  41 2nd (out of 6) No playoffs 
2006-07 24 20  3  0  0  1 145 49  46 1st (out of 7) No playoffs
2007-08                              3rd (out of 6)
2008-09

Torpedo GreatsEdit

These players marked the history of the club by their outstanding play:

Torpedo alumni who played in the NHLEdit

Torpedo alumni who enjoyed success abroadEdit

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