KRASOTKIN REMAINS IN VLADIVOSTOK, FATKULLIN LEAVES KAZAN

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03.07.2019 в 17:00
KRASOTKIN REMAINS IN VLADIVOSTOK, FATKULLIN LEAVES KAZAN
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Junior Hockey League media relations department looks at most notable off-season transfers in Kontinental Hockey League and junior teams.

Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod singed a 2-way deal with forward Igor Levitsky for one year. CSKA Moscow junior hockey school alumnus had played 156 games for Krasnaya Armiya and Atlanty Moscow Region in JHL.

HC Sochi extended their contract with forward Vasily Narzyayev. The parties inked a 2-way deal for one year. The forward played for HC Kapitan Stupino and Atlanty Moscow Region, combining for a total of 84 Junior Hockey League games.

Ak Bars Kazan and Neftyanik Almetyevsk agreed on a trade. Defenseman Timur Fatkullin will join Almetyevsk for monetary compensation along with forward Danil Voyevodin.

Voyevodin is a Junior Club World Cup finalist and Kharlamov Cup runner-up. He has played 113 for Reaktor Nizhnekamsk and Olimpiya Kirovo-Chepetsk. Fatkullin won a bronze JHL medal with Kuznetskie Medvedi in the 2016-17 season. He has played a total of 117 JHL games.

Admiral Vladivostok inked a new deal with goaltender Anton Krasotkin, who had won Kharlamov Cup as a member of Loko Yaroslavl. The new 2-way deal is for two years.

Ak Bars Kazan signed a try-out contract with forward Artyom Tyanulin, who had played for ECHL’s Brampton last year. The forward played 30 games for Irbis Kazan in Junior Hockey League.

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