Category Archives: Attendance

Present and Accounted For

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Hockey night at SKA St. Petersburg.  (Image Source)

As the KHL is on its annual November break for international play, and the league’s 2017-18 season is only just past its halfway point for most teams, this seems a useful juncture at which to take a peek at some attendance figures for the current campaign.  This is especially so this season, with the league’s new strategic plan underway and contraction looming for three clubs next spring; attendance is most certainly one of the criteria the KHL will be looking at when it comes time to determine the unlucky trio.  Read on, then…

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Weekly Russian Hockey News Notes: October 5th, 2015

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Sergei Gonchar at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City. (Image Source)

It was a fairly active week in the Russian hockey world, so there is lots to get through.  In particular, with NHL training camps wrapping up, we will check in with how some of the Russian and ex-KHL contingent are doing.  We’ll also take a look at some international women’s hockey, and of course the usual round-up of KHL stories.  Read on!

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KHL Attendance Musings: Autumn Edition

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Minsk-Arena — the KHL’s biggest building — on a winter’s evening. (Image Source)

We are at about the quarter-pole of the 2015-16 KHL season (What?  Already?  Yes, already.), and that is as convenient a point as any to take our first look at the league’s attendance numbers.  So read on, as we discover — among other things — which is the only KHL club with perfect attendance this year, who is close behind them, and which clubs are so far from that mark that they can but dream of it at this point!

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