Tivali Minsk

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Tivali Minsk
City Minsk, Belarus
League EEHL 1996-2000

Belarusian Open League
1993-2000
Soviet League
1985-1996
Vysshaya Liga
1984-1989
Soviet League
1980-1981
Vysshaya Liga
1977-1980
Soviet League
1976-1977

Contents

Vysshaya Liga
1946-1976
Founded1946
Operated2001
Colors  
Website www.hcdinamo.org
Franchise history
Torpedo Minsk1946-1956
Burevestnik Minsk1956-1958
Krasnoye Znamya1964-1965
Trud Minsk1964-1965
Vimpel Minsk1965-1966
Torpedo Minsk1966-1977
Dynamo Minsk1977-1993

Tivali Minsk was an ice hockey club based in Minsk, Belarus.

History

Formed in 1946, this Minsk based hockey team went through several identity changes all the while playing amongst several hockey leagues in Europe. It went bankrupt in 2001. In 2003, the team was brought back under its traditional namesake, Dinamo Minsk.

Honors

Winners

1993, 1994, 1995, 2000
1970, 1977, 1996, 1997

Runners Up

1996, 1997


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