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News

Date 10.01.10

10.01.2010

Both teams lose

On Sunday January 10th, the KHL Disciplinary committee held a meeting to investigate and act on the events of the previous day’s game between Vityaz and Avangard. The game was abandoned due to neither side having the requisite number of players to continue, as most of the playing staff had received penalties until the end of the game.

The League studied the incidents which took place during both the pre-match warm up and the match itself, and considered the actions of individuals involved in the violence and the general atmosphere in and around the playing area. KHL specialists studied video material, heard testimony from representatives of Vityaz and Avangard, and received reports from the match inspector and match officials.

The KHL Disciplinary committee, according to the given disciplinary rules, has decided on the following:

- For the disruption of a Championship game, including technical violations committed, according to the stipulated regulation the teams are to be fined the sum of 1,000,000 rubles.

- Taking into account the damage caused to the reputation of the Kontinental Hockey League, its partners, and to Russian hockey as a whole, and also the number of violations committed and their initiation, an added fine of 3,000,000 rubles is to be imposed on HC Vityaz.

- A fine of 50,000 rubles is to be imposed on the teams’ head coaches, Alexei Yarushkin and Igor Nikitin.

- A warning to HC Vityaz of possible expulsion from the Kontinental Hockey League Championship in the event of any repetition of similar violations which result in the disruption of a Championship game.

- A fine of 150,000 rubles is to be imposed on the main protagonists from both teams - Darsy Verot, Brandon Sugden, Alexander Svitov and Dmitry Vlasenkov.

- For the number of penalties they have incurred in both this game and in previous Championship games, a one-game disqualification is imposed on the following Vityaz players: Darsy Verot, Brandon Sugden, Sergei Zuborev, Rustam Bakhriddinov, Alexei Litvinenko and Dmitry Megalinsky, and also the Avangard player Dmitry Vlasenkov.

In all, 16 Vityaz players were handed a total of 356 minutes of penalties, and 17 Avangard players received a total of 351 minutes.

Video clip of the abandoned Vityaz - Avangard game.



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Team GP PTS Team GP PTS
1 SKA 43 95 Met Mg 45 95
2 HC MVD 43 81 Salavat 43 94
3 Dyn M 42 79 Neftekhim 42 74
4 Lokomotiv 43 77 Avangard 42 71
5 Atlant 42 71 Ak Bars 42 70
6 Spartak 42 70 Barys 45 62
7 CSKA 43 65 Traktor 44 52
8 Torpedo 42 59 Lada 43 48
9 Severst 43 56 Sibir 43 47
10 Din R 41 53 Avtomob 43 46
11 Din Mn 41 50 Amur 42 44
12 Vityaz 42 32 Met Nk 43 42
CSKA Spartak SKA Dinamo R Dynamo M Dinamo Mn Atlant Vityaz Lokomotiv Severstal Torpedo HC MVD Avtomobilist Ak Bars Lada Metallurg Mg Neftekhimik Traktor Avangard Amur Barys Metallurg Mg Salavat Yulaev Sibir