Kazakhstan Hockey Championship

Last updated
Pro Hokei Ligasy
Kazakhstan Hockey Championship logo.png
Sport Ice hockey
Founded1992
No. of teams10
Country Kazakhstan
Most recent
champion(s)
Arlan Kokshetau (1)
Most titles Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk (13)
Official website Official website

The Pro Hokei Ligasy formerly known as Republic of Kazakhstan Open Ice Hockey Championship(Kazakh : Шайбалық хоккей бойынша Қазақстан Республикасының ашық чемпионаты, Russian : Открытый Чемпионат Республики Казахстан по хоккею с шайбой), commonly referred to as Kazakh Hockey Championship, is an annual ice hockey award and national title, bestowed to the winning ice hockey team in Kazakhstan, founded in 1992.

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On August 9, 2015, a 12,000-seat and 86,000-square-metre Ice Palace was opened in the Kazakh capital of Nur-Sultan. [1] The complex includes an ice arena, an ice hockey academy and 50-metre Olympic and artistic swimming pools. [1]

Teams

Current teams

TeamCityFoundedArenaCapacity
Altay Torpedo Oskemen 2007 Boris Alexandrov Sports Palace 4,400
Arlan Kokshetau Kokshetau 2009 Burabay Arena 1,500
Beibarys Atyrau Atyrau 2009 Khiuaz Dospanova Ice Palace 800
Gornyak Rudny Rudny 1958 Rydny Ice Palace 1,500
HC Almaty Almaty 2010 Baluan Sholak Sports Palace 3,725
HC Astana Nur-Sultan 2011 Kazakhstan Sports Palace 4,070
HC Temirtau Temirtau 2012 Temirtau Ice Palace 2,607
Kulager Petropavl Petropavl 2015 Alexander Vinokourov Sports Palace 1,000
Nomad Nur-Sultan Nur-Sultan 2007 Kazakhstan Sports Palace 4,070
Yertis Pavlodar Pavlodar 2009 Astana Ice Palace 2,800

Former teams

Champions

SeasonGoldSilverBronze
1992–93 Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk Avtomobilist Karagandy Bulat Temirtau
1993–94 Torpedo Ust-KamenogorskStroitel KaragandyBulat Temirtau
1994–95 Torpedo Ust-KamenogorskBulat TemirtauStroitel Karagandy
1995–96 Torpedo Ust-KamenogorskStroitel KaragandyTorpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk-2
1996–97 Torpedo Ust-KamenogorskTorpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk-2 Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk U18
1997–98 Torpedo Ust-KamenogorskBulat TemirtauTorpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk-2
1998–99 Bulat TemirtauAvtomobilist Karagandy Amid Rudny
1999–00 Kazzinc-Torpedo Barys Astana CSKA Temirtau
2000–01 Kazzinc-TorpedoBarys AstanaCSKA Temirtau
2001–02 Kazzinc-TorpedoBarys AstanaKuat Rudny
2002–03 Kazzinc-Torpedo Kazakhmys Karagandy Yenbek Almaty
2003–04 Kazzinc-TorpedoGornyak RudnyKazakhmys Karagandy
2004–05 Kazzinc-TorpedoKazakhmys KaragandyGornyak Rudny
2005–06 Kazakhmys KaragandyKazzinc-TorpedoGornyak Rudny
2006–07 Kazzinc-TorpedoKazakhmys SatpaevGornyak Rudny
2007–08 Barys AstanaGornyak RudnyKazzinc-Torpedo
2008–09 Barys AstanaKazzinc-TorpedoKazakhmys Satpaev
2009–10 Saryarka Karagandy Beibarys Atyrau Yertis Pavlodar
2010–11 Beibarys Atyrau Nomad Astana Saryarka Karagandy
2011–12 Beibarys AtyrauYertis Pavlodar Saryarka Karagandy
2012–13 Yertis PavlodarBeibarys Atyrau Arlan Kokshetau
2013–14 Yertis PavlodarArlan Kokshetau Arystan Temirtau
2014–15 Yertis PavlodarArlan KokshetauGornyak Rudny
2015–16 Beibarys AtyrauArlan Kokshetau Kulager Petropavl
2016–17 Nomad Astana Temirtau Arlan Kokshetau
2017–18 Arlan KokshetauNomad Astana1/2 Beibarys

1/2 Temirtau

2018–19 Beibarys AtyrauNomad Astana1/2 Arlan Kokshetau 1/2 Kulager

All-time standings

ColorResult
GoldChampion
SilverRunner-up
Green3rd
Light Blue4th
Dark Blue5th–8th
VioletDid not participate (DNP)
WhiteNot qualified for play-offs (9th–10th)
Team19931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018
Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk 111111DNP1111112132DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Bulat Temirtau 3324421335668DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Avtomobilist Karagandy 2232DNPDNP26DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Yenbek Almaty DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP444345678DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Gornyak Rudny DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP3773423332547757379
Barys Astana DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP2225544511DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Magnitka Temirtau DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP7DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Yesil Petropavl DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP567DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Ustinka Ust-Kamenogorsk DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP7DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Yertis Pavlodar DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP8DNPDNP6565634211144
Kazakhmys Satpaev DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP232124368DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
Saryarka Karagandy DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP464133DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP
ShKO Oskemen DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP710109101098
Beibarys Atyrau DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP21123417
Nomad Astana DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP82975651
Arlan Kokshetau DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP56632223
Arystan Temirtau DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP54447DNPDNPDNP
HC Almaty DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP9869586
HC Astana DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP58881010
HC Temirtau DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP106962
Kulager Petropavl DNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNPDNP35

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References

  1. 1 2 "Ice Palace Opens in Astana as Hockey Tournament Cup of the President Begins". astanatimes.com.