Junior Hockey League media relations department reports new signings.
Forwards Alexei Kapustin and Artur Yegorov extended their contracts with KHL’s Severstal Cherepovets. Last season Kapustin played 45 games, scoring 9 goals and notching 14 assists for 23 points, for Almaz Cherepovets in Junior Hockey League, while Yegor had 9 goals and 21 assists for 30 points in 63 games. Ivan Podshivalov inked a deal with Almaz. In the 2019-20 season the forward donned Altay Ust-Kamenogorsk colors. He scored 12 goals and added 12 assists for 24 points in 60 games. Last season he competed in Kazakhstan championship.
Cherepovets junior hockey school alumnus Vladislav Kuznetsov will continue his career with Mikhailov Academy Tula. Almaz will receive monetary compensation. Kuznetsov played for Cherepovets for three years in Junior Hockey League, scoring 25 goals and notching 22 assists for 47 points in 123 games.
CSKA Moscow signed professional contracts with ten players born in 2004, who graduated from CSKA junior hockey school. Goaltender Daniil Dornyan, defensemen Kirill Volkov, Artyom Barabosh, Pavel Nesterov, forwards Alexander Legkov, Kirill Dolzhenkov, Makar Chupin, Vasily Sredin, Ivan Yanchenko and Daniil Grigoryev – all signed 3-year deals. Volkov and Barabosh already made their Parimatch Junior Hockey League debuts in the 2020-21 season with Krasnaya Armiya Moscow.
JHC Spartak Moscow extended contracts with three players from their system – goaltender Dmitry Kulikov, defenseman Lev Rogushin and forward Matvei Kokovin. 19-year-old Dmitry Kulikov played 32 games in the 2020-21 Parimatch Junior Hockey League regular season, posting .936 Save Percentage and 1.97 Goals Against Average. 18-year-old Lev Rogushin played 36 games for JHC Spartak Moscow, scoring two goals and 12 assists for 14 points, while finishing as a plus-8. 19-year-old Matvei Kokovin played 47 games, scoring 17 goals and 12 points for 29 points for JHC Spartak Moscow. Kulikov signed a 2-way deal for two years, while both Rogushin and Kokovin inked a 3-way deal for one season.
JHC Spartak Moscow top-scorer Dmitry Silantyev will continue to don the red-and-white colors. 20-year-old forward have accepted the club’s qualifying offer and signed a 2-way contract that will run out on April 30th, 2023. Last season the forward played 62 games, scoring 24 goals and notching 42 assists for 66 points. Dmitry Silantyev finished fourth in regular season points in JHC Spartak Moscow’s Junior Hockey League history.