Kharlamov cup

The Kharlamov Cup

The Kharlamov Cup (Russian: Кубок Харламова, Kubok Kharlamova) is the championship trophy of the Minor Hockey League (MHL). The cup name commemorates Valery Kharlamov, a legendary Soviet hockey player.

The tournamentEdit

In order to win the Kharlamov Cup, teams must first qualify for the MHL playoffs. The 8 best teams of each conference qualify at the end of the season. The series are best-of-five.


The inaugural Kharlamov Cup tournament was won by Stalniye Lysi Magnitogorsk, who defeated Kuznetskiye Medvedi Novokuznetsk three games against two.

The winnersEdit

Kharlamov Cup champions
Season Champion Runner-up Series result
2009-10 Stalniye Lysi Magnitogorsk Kuznetskiye Medvedi Novokuznetsk
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