|No. of teams||10|
|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.
On August 9, 2015, a 12,000-seat and 86,000-square-metre Ice Palace was opened in the Kazakh capital of Nur-Sultan.The complex includes an ice arena, an ice hockey academy and 50-metre Olympic and artistic swimming pools.
|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|
|1992–93||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk||Avtomobilist Karagandy||Bulat Temirtau|
|1993–94||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk||Stroitel Karagandy||Bulat Temirtau|
|1994–95||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk||Bulat Temirtau||Stroitel Karagandy|
|1995–96||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk||Stroitel Karagandy||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk-2|
|1996–97||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk-2||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk U18|
|1997–98||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk||Bulat Temirtau||Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk-2|
|1998–99||Bulat Temirtau||Avtomobilist Karagandy||Amid Rudny|
|1999–00||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Barys Astana||CSKA Temirtau|
|2000–01||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Barys Astana||CSKA Temirtau|
|2001–02||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Barys Astana||Kuat Rudny|
|2002–03||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Kazakhmys Karagandy||Yenbek Almaty|
|2003–04||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Gornyak Rudny||Kazakhmys Karagandy|
|2004–05||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Kazakhmys Karagandy||Gornyak Rudny|
|2005–06||Kazakhmys Karagandy||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Gornyak Rudny|
|2006–07||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Kazakhmys Satpaev||Gornyak Rudny|
|2007–08||Barys Astana||Gornyak Rudny||Kazzinc-Torpedo|
|2008–09||Barys Astana||Kazzinc-Torpedo||Kazakhmys Satpaev|
|2009–10||Saryarka Karagandy||Beibarys Atyrau||Yertis Pavlodar|
|2010–11||Beibarys Atyrau||Nomad Astana||Saryarka Karagandy|
|2011–12||Beibarys Atyrau||Yertis Pavlodar||Saryarka Karagandy|
|2012–13||Yertis Pavlodar||Beibarys Atyrau||Arlan Kokshetau|
|2013–14||Yertis Pavlodar||Arlan Kokshetau||Arystan Temirtau|
|2014–15||Yertis Pavlodar||Arlan Kokshetau||Gornyak Rudny|
|2015–16||Beibarys Atyrau||Arlan Kokshetau||Kulager Petropavl|
|2016–17||Nomad Astana||Temirtau||Arlan Kokshetau|
|2017–18||Arlan Kokshetau||Nomad Astana||1/2 Beibarys |
|2018–19||Beibarys Atyrau||Nomad Astana||1/2 Arlan Kokshetau 1/2 Kulager|
|Violet||Did not participate (DNP)|
|White||Not qualified for play-offs (9th–10th)|
Nūr-Sūltan is the capital city of Kazakhstan. It was known between 1998 and 2019 as Astana and before that as Akmola. On 23 March 2019, following a unanimous vote in Kazakhstan's parliament, the city was renamed Nur-Sultan, after former Kazakhstani President Nursultan Nazarbayev.
Temirtau is a city in the Karaganda Region of Kazakhstan. The population was 170,481 in the 1999 census, rising to 210,590 in 2015.
Kazakhstan consistently performs in Olympic competitions. It is especially successful in boxing. This has brought some attention to the Central Asian nation, and increased world awareness of its athletes. Kazakhstan's city of Almaty submitted twice bid for the Winter Olympics: In 2014 and again for the 2022 Winter Olympics. Nur-Sultan and Almaty hosted the 2011 Asian Winter Games.
Football in Kazakhstan is governed by the national body the Football Federation of Kazakhstan. The FFK organises the men's, women's and futsal national teams. Football is the most popular sport in the country, followed by ice hockey.
Barys Hockey Club, commonly referred to as Barys Nur-Sultan or simply Barys, is a professional ice hockey team based in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. It is one of the founding members of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). They play in the league's Chernyshev Division of the Eastern Conference. Their home arena is the Barys Arena, where they have played since the 2015–16 KHL season. Prior to 2015, the team played home games at the Kazakhstan Sports Palace for 14 seasons, beginning in 2001. The head coach is Andrei Skabelka and the president is Boris Ivanishchev.
Below is the list of Kazakhstan related articles.
Arystan Hockey Club, commonly referred to as Arystan Temirtau, was a professional ice hockey team based in Temirtau, Kazakhstan. They were founded in 2010, and played in the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship until they declared bankruptcy in 2015.
The 1998–99 Kazakhstan Hockey Championship was the seventh season of the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship, the top level of ice hockey in Kazakhstan. Four teams participated in the league, and Bulat Temirtau won the championship.
The Kazakhstan Hockey Cup is the national ice hockey cup in Kazakhstan. It was first played in 2002. Kazzinc-Torpedo has won the most cups, with four, Kazakhmys Satpaev/Karagandy has won three, Arlan Kokshetau, Gornyak Rudny and Kulager Petropavl have all won two respectively, Yertis Pavlodar, Arystan Temirtau and Altay Torpedo have both won one apiece.
Hockey Club Saryarka, commonly referred as Saryarka Karagandy, is a professional ice hockey team based in Karagandy, Kazakhstan. They play in the Supreme Hockey League (VHL), the second level of Russian ice hockey, since the 2012–13 season. Before that they competed in the Pro Hokei Ligasy and won its 2009–10 season. In the 2013–14 season, they won Bratina Cup. Saryarka became a farm club of Avangard Omsk in 2015 off-season. Previously it was affiliated with Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk and Barys Astana.
Karagandy-Arena is an ice hockey indoor arena in Karagandy, Kazakhstan. It opened in 2011 and holds approximately 5,500 people. It is primarily used for ice hockey and is the home arena of Saryarka Karagandy hockey club. It is also used for concerts, exhibitions and as a skating rink.
Galym Baubekuly Mambetaliyev is a former Kazakhstani professional ice hockey forward. He is currently an ice hockey coach.
The 2011 Kazakhstan Hockey Cup was the 9th edition of the Kazakhstan Hockey Cup, the national ice hockey cup competition in Kazakhstan. Ten teams participated and Arystan Temirtau won its 1st cup.
The Kazakhstan Sports Palace is a palace of sports located in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. It serves as the home for Nomad Astana and HC Astana of the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship and Snezhnye Barsy junior hockey team of the Junior Hockey League. The arena seats 4,070 spectators for ice hockey.
Nurlan Sairanuly Orazbayev is a former Kazakh professional ice hockey player, who played for Avtomobilist Karagandy, Bulat Temirtau and Barys Astana. Orazbayev served as a president of the KHL team Barys Astana from 2006 to 2012 and 2013 to 2015.
Bulat Hockey Club, commonly referred as Bulat Temirtau, was a Soviet and Kazakh ice hockey team based in Temirtau, Kazakhstan. They were active from 1960 to 2005.
Hockey Club Temirtau is a Kazakhstani ice hockey team based in Temirtau, Kazakhstan and play in the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship, the top level of ice hockey in Kazakhstan. They serve as the minor league affiliate of Saryarka Karagandy, who plays in the Russian-based Supreme Hockey League. Founded in 2012 as Saryarka–2, they became Berkut in 2013 and Temirtau in 2015.
The 2014–15 Kazakhstan Hockey Championship was the 23rd season since the founding of the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship.
The 2015–16 Kazakhstan Hockey Championship was the 24rd season since the founding of the Kazakhstan Hockey Championship.
Kirill Vladimirovich Polokhov is a Kazakh professional ice hockey defenceman who currently plays for HC Tambov of the Supreme Hockey League (VHL).