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Atlant Moscow Oblast

 
Atlant Moscow Oblast is major league affiliate of: Mytischi Atlant
Atlant-2 Mytischy
Buran Voronezh

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Season 2012-2013

Club teams

This club in 2012-2013: Juniors | KHL

 
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Jun. 06 13 | Nikolai Zherdev  (F) Ak Bars KazanarrowAtlant Moscow Oblast
Jun. 03 13 | Vitaly Atyushov  (D) Salavat Yulayev UfaarrowAtlant Moscow Oblast
Jun. 03 13 | Maxim Orlov  (D) Salavat Yulayev UfaarrowAtlant Moscow Oblast
Jun. 03 13 | Nikita Davydov  (G) Atlant Moscow OblastarrowSalavat Yulayev Ufa
Recent gamesseason 2012-2013
Feb. 24 13Atlant Moscow Oblast - SKA St. Petersburg3-1
Feb. 25 13Atlant Moscow Oblast - SKA St. Petersburg1-6
Feb. 28 13SKA St. Petersburg - Atlant Moscow Oblast7-0
Current rosterseason 2012-2013
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GNikita Davydov09.04.1988172 cm71 kgleft
GStanislav Galimov12.02.1988190 cm90 kgleft
GAnton Khudobin07.05.1986181 cm91 kgleft
GAlexei Volkov15.03.1980191 cm92 kgleft
DRafael Batyrshin26.08.1986188 cm91 kgleft
DDenis Bayev25.11.1983185 cm93 kgleft
DYaroslav Dyblenko28.12.1993186 cm88 kgleft
DJonas Frögren28.08.1980187 cm88 kgleft
DDmitry Kosmachyov07.06.1985194 cm103 kgright
DIlya Nekolenko31.07.1993182 cm75 kgN/A
DJanne Niskala22.09.1981184 cm91 kgleft
DEvgeny Nurislamov11.08.1982183 cm81 kgleft
DAlexander Osipov24.03.1989185 cm90 kgleft
DSandis Ozolins03.08.1972190 cm93 kgleft
DAlexei Petrov01.02.1983184 cm93 kgleft
DRoman Rukavishnikov20.07.1992187 cm86 kgleft
DMaxim Semyonov09.02.1984186 cm83 kgleft
DFedor Tyutin19.07.1983188 cm94 kgleft
DIvan Vishnevsky18.02.1988187 cm90 kgleft
RWJonas Andersson24.02.1981190 cm96 kgleft
LWViktor Bobrov01.01.1984189 cm88 kgright
FArtyom Dorofeyev20.06.1992190 cm85 kgN/A
CAndreas Engqvist23.12.1987190 cm89 kgright
FMikhail Glukhov13.05.1988190 cm84 kgleft
FIgor Ignatushkin07.04.1984184 cm86 kgleft
CIlya Kablukov18.01.1988192 cm83 kgleft
FAlexander Kadeikin04.10.1993191 cm85 kgleft
FGleb Klimenko28.07.1983177 cm82 kgright
RWKonstantin Koltsov17.04.1981184 cm94 kgleft
FIlya Krikunov27.02.1984180 cm80 kgleft
FNikolai Lemtyugov15.01.1986184 cm89 kgleft
CPerttu Lindgren26.08.1987184 cm85 kgleft
FMaxim Mayorov26.03.1989190 cm97 kgleft
LWAlexei Mikhnov31.08.1982196 cm100 kgleft
FAlexander Rybakov11.08.1985184 cm91 kgleft
FAlexander Shevchenko20.08.1992184 cm84 kgN/A
FSergei Shmelyov28.08.1993175 cm69 kgN/A
LWViktor Stålberg17.01.1986191 cm95 kgleft
FNikita Tochitsky17.08.1991191 cm80 kgleft
FOleg Yashin03.12.1990178 cm70 kgright
FNikolai Zherdev05.11.1984186 cm99 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Jari Kaarela08.08.1958Assistant Coach
Alexander Smirnov *17.08.1964Assistant Coach
Alexander Smirnov *17.08.1964Head Coach
Jan Karlsson *28.08.1958Head Coach
Sergei Svetlov17.01.1961Head Coach
Alexei Kudashov21.07.1971Assistant Coach
Alexander Nesterov03.10.1971Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

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Atlant Moscow was founded on December 20, 1953, then under the name Khimik (1953-2008) in Voskresensk. Khimik played its first game on December 27, 1953. Immediate success allowed Khimik to play in the Championship of the Soviet Union. Leading the team was playing-coach Nikolai Epstein. In three short years, Khimik was graduated to the top league of the Soviet Union. Three bronze medal results between 1965 and 1984 were capitulated in 1989 when the team achieved silver under prestigious head coach Vladimir Vasiliyev, a major accomplishment for a team from a small town. More impressive is how much successful homegrown talent as come out of the Khimik system, withs names including future Stanley Cup winners such as Igor Larionov and Valeri Kamensky.

In the spring of 1998, the status of the team changed, representing not only the city of Voskresensk but also the entire Moscow Oblast. This event took place on their 45th anniversary. During the 2005-06 season, the team relocated within the Moscow Oblast, from Voskresensk to Mytishchi. Following this, the team changed its name to Atlant, prior to its inclusion in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).

  • from 1953 to 1955: Khimik Voskresensk
  • from 1955 to 1957: Khimik Moscow
  • from 1957 to 1998: Khimik Voskresensk
  • from 1998 to 2008: Khimik Moscow Oblast
  • from 2008 to present: Atlant Moscow Oblast

Spartak Cup - 2005 and 2006
Payulahti Cup 2007
Governor's Cup of Moscow Region 2008

 

 
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Voskresensk Ice Palace dedicated to Nikolai Epstein

Voskresensk District Administration has decided to remember Honored Coach of the USSR, and honorary citizen of Voskresensk Nikolai Epstein by dedicating the Ice Palace of Sports simply known as Podmoskoe (suburbs).

Epstein led Khimik for 22 years. Under his leadership the team won twice the bronze medal in the championship of the USSR. Among Epstein alumni are stars as Valeri Kamensky, Igor Larionov, Valery Zelepukin and Sergei Berezin. The ceremony will held on December 14, when club celebrates its 60th anniversary.

(02 Dec 2013)
 

Atlant and Neftekhimik sign farm-team agreement

Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk signed a farm team agreement with Kristall Saratov, while Atlant Moscow Oblast will have Buran Voronezh as farm team.

(10 Jun 2013)
 

Buran becomes Atlant farm-club

Atlant Moscow Oblast and Buran Voronezh signed an agreement on mutual cooperation. Thus, in the season 2013/14 Voronezh team will be Atlant farm club in the championship VHL.

(04 Jun 2013)
 

Aleksei Zhamnov is new Atlant GM

After five season Aleksei Zhamnov left the charge of GM at Vityaz to assume same function at Atlant Moscow Oblast

(02 Dec 2012)
 

Sergei Svetlov is new Atlant coach

Former Lada and Amur coach Sergei Svetlov was named as new Atlant Moascow Oblast new Headcoach. He replaced temporary coach Aleksandr Smirnov, leading the team fronm Jan Karlsson dismissal in late October

(17 Nov 2012)
 

Atlant fired coach Jan Karlsson

Swedish coach Jan Karlsson was fired by Atlant Moscow Oblast after losing 1-4 at home against Dynamo Moscow, the eighth defeat in the last nine games. Assistant coach Alexander Smirnov was promoted as new headcoach

(22 Oct 2012)
 

Musatov and Zubarev left national team

Forward Igor Musatov and defender Andrei Zubarev, both from Atlant, left the Russian national team.
"Players know that unfortunately not all will go to Sweden. We wanna express our gratitude for the professional attitude of Musatov and Zubarev" commented coach Valeri Belov"

(16 Apr 2012)
 

Salavat Yulaev and Atlant interrupted game

The KHL Opening Cup game between the Salavat Yulaev and Atlant was interrupted in the 15th minute because of the tragedy in Yaroslavl.

The head of the KHL Alexander Medvedev addressed the fans in the stands asking them to honor the players and coaches of Lokomotiv with a minute's silence. Then he took the teams to the dressing rooms for consultations on whether the match should be continued.

After 20 minutes, Medvedev addressed the fans again, saying the players had asked him to cancel the game. The public in Ufa stadium applauded and the match was cancelled

(07 Sep 2011)
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Atlant Moscow Oblast participates in season 2012-2013: Juniors, KHL

 
 
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