Vityaz Podolsk (@1.9) vs Hc Sochi (@3.1)
12-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Vityaz Podolsk will win

Vityaz Podolsk – Hc Sochi Match Prediction | 12-09-2019 12:30

my tip here for this match is that it ends with a victory for vityaz podolsk in ordinary time. The home team is a team that is very strong at home and they are a team that is really good when in shape. in khl there is the best league in ice hockey for teams in russia we will tomorrow see a match between vityaz podolsk and hc sochi.

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Head coach Sergei Gomolyako made the mistake in October to dress one more foreign player than allowed by the rules, resulting in a match lost by forfeit. Chekhov's debuts in the KHL were pretty bad. Vityaz registered a mere 6 wins in regulation, plus 5 in overtime; in counterpart for those 11 wins, the team lost 45 times (of which, 12 games were in overtime). They however led the league in penalty minutes, some 500 minutes ahead of the second most penalized club, with players such as Nathan Perrott (137 minutes in 9 matches and not a single point), Darcy Verot (more disciplined and productive than in his first season with Vityaz, even though it still only meant 5 points and 168 minutes) and Chris Simon (league leader at 263 minutes, and club's second best scorer behind Gleb Klimenko at 27 points). But Chekhov's goon-full roster, which general manager Alexei Zhamnov wishes to shape after the 1990s Chicago Blackhawks for whom he played, just couldn't bring good enough performances to repeat the feat. Gomolyako claimed he ignored there was such a rule, and the following week, he was fired, to be replaced by former NHL player and Vityaz head coach Mike Krushelnyski. The team traded away three of its six top scorers (Klimenko, Pavel Boychenko and Igor Radulov) and without the arrival of Bryan Berard (who scored 18 points in 25 games and vastly improved Chekhov's powerplay), the team might have done even worse. The meager 40 points collected meant that the team finished at a dismal 23rd place out of 24, a single point ahead of the equally bad Khimik Voskresensk. Vityaz' fans enjoyed the return of Krushelnyski, who was had brought the team to the playoffs in 200607.

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Only four players avoided being ejected. However, as soon as the game was resumed, fighting resumed as well and both benches cleared to join the fight.[6] The game was quickly getting out of hand and the officials decided it was better to cancel the whole game. No team earned points for this match. Darcy Verot had instigated the brawl after three minutes of play when he shot the puck at an Avangard player. On January 9, 2010, the game between Vityaz and Avangard was stopped after 3 minutes and 39 seconds when a bench-clearing and penalty-box-clearing brawl broke out. Little else could be done, as a whopping total of 707 penalty minutes had been incurred a new world record and a total of 33 players on both teams have been ejected from the game, as well as both head coaches. It was the first time Avangard visited Chekhov since Cherepanov's death. Once again, an incident between Vityaz and Avangard marked the season. A mass brawl quickly followed, which the referees could deal with. Additionally, this game became the first in the league history where both teams lost the game, as the league declared it would be a 50 loss for both Avangard and Vityaz. The KHL imposed a total of 5.7 million rubles (about US $191,000) fines, including 150,000 rubles fines to Vityaz's Darcy Verot and Brandon Sugden and Avangard's Alexander Svitov and Dmitry Vlasenkov.[7] Additionally, Verot, Sugden, Vlasenkov and four other Vityaz players received one-game suspensions.

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Such a thing was allowed by virtue of the opening in 2004 of a new arena in Chekhov, the Ice Hockey Center 2004, that Vityaz began using. Initially, this arena had a capacity of 1,370; it was expanded in 200708 to 3,300. The club was founded in 1996 in Podolsk. Vityaz played at the top level of Russian hockey for the 200001 season; it got relegated to Vysshaya Liga at the end of the season. In 2000, the team moved to the neighboring city of Chekhov; however, the team kept playing under the name Vityaz Podolsk until 2004, where the renaming was finally done. In 2005, Vityaz made to the Vysshaya Liga final losing the championship to HC MVD 4 games to 1 but earned a promotion back to the elite level. The team initially played its home games at the Ice Palace Vityaz in Podolsk, the same arena HC MVD used until 2006.

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After almost being thrown out of the league due to its finances in August (it needed to find 300 million of rubles, which it did), the Knights started the season with two wins and temporarily led the league. Vadim Berdnikov, Gleb Klimenko (who came back from Kazan) and Chris Simon led the offence with respectively 33, 27 and 25 points. 200910 felt like dja-vu for Chekhov. Darcy Verot, on the other hand, led the team in penalty minutes with 376 in 34 matches. Things didn't last however as the team finished 23rd out of 24 teams with only 13 regular-season wins (plus 3 in overtime and 2 in the shootoutsan improvement from the previous year), 54 points and, once again, a colossal amount of penalty minutes: 1522, ahead and by far every other team in the league.