Fixtures

Rusko - VHL 10/02 10:00 - Zvezda Chekhov vs Buran Voroněž - View
Rusko - VHL 10/08 12:00 - Yuzhny Ural Orsk vs Zvezda Chekhov - View
Rusko - VHL 10/10 08:00 - HC Chelmet vs Zvezda Chekhov - View
Rusko - VHL 10/12 13:30 - Zauralie Kurgan vs Zvezda Chekhov - View
Rusko - VHL 10/14 08:00 - Gornyak vs Zvezda Chekhov - View
Rusko - VHL 10/19 16:00 - Zvezda Chekhov vs Khimik Voskresensk - View

Results

Rusko - VHL 09/30 16:00 - Zvezda Chekhov v HC Rostov W 4-1
Rusko - VHL 09/24 13:00 - Lada Togliatti v Zvezda Chekhov L 4-1
Rusko - VHL 09/22 14:00 - Bars v Zvezda Chekhov W 1-2
Rusko - VHL 09/18 10:00 - Zvezda Chekhov v AKM Novomoskovsk W 4-1
Rusko - VHL 09/11 11:00 - HC Omskije Krylja v Zvezda Chekhov L 2-0
Rusko - VHL 09/09 12:30 - Metallurg Novokuzněck v Zvezda Chekhov L 5-2
Rusko - VHL 09/06 12:00 - Sokol Krasnoyarsk v Zvezda Chekhov L 1-0
Rusko - VHL 09/04 09:00 - Ermak Angarsk v Zvezda Chekhov W 1-2
Hokejová liga mistrů 08/29 08:00 - Zvezda Chekhov v Yuzhny Ural Orsk W 2-1
Hokejová liga mistrů 08/28 11:00 - Zvezda Chekhov v Yuzhny Ural Orsk L 1-2
Hokejová liga mistrů 08/26 15:30 - Bars v Zvezda Chekhov W 1-2
Hokejová liga mistrů 08/25 11:00 - Zvezda Chekhov v Lada Togliatti L 3-5

Wikipedia - HC Zvezda Moscow

Zvezda Moscow (Russian: Звезда Москва) is a Russian ice Hockey team based in Moscow, Russia. Founded in 2015, they are members of the Western Conference in the Supreme Hockey League (VHL). The team is a farm club of the KHL team CSKA Moscow.

Their home arena is the CSKA Ice Palace in Moscow. Until the end of the 2017–18 season, the team was based in the city of Chekhov, Moscow Region.

History

Zvezda's inaugural season in the VHL was not particularly successful, as they finished 21st out of 26 teams. The teams sophomore season would be more successful however, as they finished 14th, qualifying for the playoffs before losing to Saryarka Karaganda in the first round. Former Chicago Blackhawk and Olympic Silver Medalist Boris Mironov was announced as Zvezda's new head coach, having previously held the same position of the CSKA Moscow MHL affiliate Krasnaya Armiya.

In 2017–18 season the team finished at the 11th place of the regular season, and in 1/8 Finals lost 0:4 to Zauralie Kurgan. The next season the team reached the Quarterfinals for the first time in history, losing to Rubin Tyumen.