HC CSKA Moscow (1996–2002)

HC CSKA (Russian: ХК ЦСКА[1]) was an ice hockey team in Moscow, Russia. It existed alongside the other HC CSKA Moscow club from 1996-2002.

HC CSKA
CityMoscow, Russia
LeagueRussian Superleague
Vysshaya Liga
Founded1996
ColoursRed, white
Franchise history
1996-2002HC CSKA

HistoryEdit

The club was founded on May 14, 1996 by Viktor Tikhonov after he was fired as head coach of HC CSKA Moscow.

The club was promoted to the Russian Superleague following the 2001-02 season. They finished in 17th place in the Superleague the same year and was set to be relegated to the Vysshaya Liga. The club was then disbanded in August 2002 and HC CSKA Moscow took the place of Tikhonov's club in the Superleague.

ResultsEdit

Season League Pl. GP W OTW T OTL L GF GA Pts
1996-97 Superliga 13 38 12 10 16 83 104 34
1997-98 Superliga 24 26 6 3 17 44 82 15
1998-99 Vysshaya Liga 5 36 19 3 14 153 87 41
1999-2000 Vysshaya Liga 6 44 21 1 3 0 19 198 147 68
2000-01 Vysshaya Liga 6 44 17 1 6 2 19 144 129 61
2001-02 Vysshaya Liga, West 1 56 39 1 4 2 10 259 116 125

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