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Gazprom Neft Cup

The largest sports competition of its kind in Europe, bringing together KHL and specially invited clubs children’s teams in the under-11 age group.

About Tournament

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Monday, 23 April 2018
06:00
Avangard HC Reveiw
06:00
Arena Omsk Reveiw
07:45
Avangard HC Reveiw
07:45
Arena Omsk Reveiw
09:00
Iceberg Skating Palace Reveiw
09:00
Bolshoy Ice Dome Reveiw
09:30
Avangard HC Reveiw
09:30
Arena Omsk Reveiw
10:45
Iceberg Skating Palace Reveiw
SKASKA
10:45
Bolshoy Ice Dome Reveiw
Friday, 20 April 2018
0 - 4
Avangard HC Watch Report
4 - 3
Arena Omsk Watch Report
4 - 2
Iceberg Skating Palace Watch Report
2 - 10
SKASKA
Bolshoy Ice Dome Watch Report
11 - 2
Iceberg Skating Palace Watch Report
Saturday, 21 April 2018
5 - 2
Avangard HC Watch Report
2 - 3
Arena Omsk Watch Report
3 - 4
Avangard HC Watch Report
10 - 2
Arena Omsk Watch Report
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The participants

Tournament Brochure The most important thing about the XII Gazprom Neft Cup in one edition
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“The Tournament’s sheer scale, as much as the high standard of organisation, are what give it its unique atmosphere as a major event on the hockey calendar, every year. The Gazprom Neft Cup is important not just for its sporting element, but also in giving young hockey players from various countries the opportunity to engage with each other. I have no doubt that the impressions they take away will become lasting memories of their hockey-playing youth, for all participants.”
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Alexander Dyukov
Chairman of the Gazprom Neft Management Board
“You could say the Gazprom Neft Cup is the KHL in miniature — attracting new teams, expanding into new territories, and becoming a sporting event on a continental scale, allowing hundreds of promising young people to gain invaluable experience in competing at the highest level. Taking part in this tournament is a great chance opportunity for all young hockey players to take the first step in their career, and make themselves known.”
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Dmitry Chernyshenko
President of the Kontinental Hockey League
“The Gazprom Neft Cup Organising Committee has decided that, going forward, we will expand the number of participants to include those countries which, while not yet represented in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), are, nonetheless, at a high standard in terms of developing hockey. National Hockey Federations will be able to send one club from their country to the Gazprom Neft Cup, every year. In 2018, for the first time in the Tournament, a German club — Junadler Mannheim — will be taking part.”
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Alexander Dybal
Chairman of the Tournament Organizing Committee, Member of the Management Board, Gazprom Neft PJSC
Alexander Dyukov
Dmitry Chernyshenko
Alexander Dybal