Category Archives: Maps

It Lives!

The Russian hockey map that I did a couple of seasons is back up and functioning (or is at least in a somewhat presentable form), and you can get to it via the link on the bar above (next to “Russian Hockey on Social Media,” which I also encourage you to check out), which will take to the map and a few explanatory notes.  The map by itself is viewable here.  More to come — I still have leagues to add to it, and there will doubtless be some changes over the course of this off-season.  Enjoy!

The Big Map, Redux

Last summer, I did up a big Google map showing the various teams of the KHL and VHL, and I’m happy to say that it is finally updated for 2016-17.  The map itself, and a couple of notes, below the jump!

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The Big Map (KHL & VHL Edition)!

16th-century map of Russia by the Flemish cartographer Abraham Ortellius. (Image Source)

Maps are useful things – or at least I think so.  And for that reason, below the jump, you will find a large Google map purporting to show the home arenas of all current KHL and VHL teams!  You will also find a note or two, mostly having to do with that word “purporting”…

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