Junior Hockey League media relations department looks at most notable off-season transfers in Kontinental Hockey League and junior teams.
Krylia Sovetov Moscow signed forward Damir Bilyalov. He won Junior Club World Cup with Krasnaya Armiya Moscow and also played for HC Kapitan Stupino and Atlanty Moscow Region.
Dynamo Moscow inked a 2-year deal with 24-year-old defenseman Yuri Sergiyenko. He played 23 games for Krasnaya Armiya Moscow, scoring 6 goals and notching 11 assists for 17 points.
SKA St. Petersburg and HC Sochi completed a trade, which sent goaltender Ivan Nalimov to Northern Capital. Nalimov played 87 games for SKA-1946 St. Petersburg. He competed at the 2012 IIHF U18 World Championship and won a bronze medal at the 2014 World Juniors.
Traktor Chelyabinsk signed forward Yaroslavl Kosov, who played for Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk in Junior Hockey League, making it to the 2011 Kharlamov Cup Finals. Overall Kosov played 82 games for Magnitogorsk, scoring 24 goals and adding 18 assists for 42 points.
Sibir Novosibirsk extended their contract with 21-year-old forward Nikita Mikhailov for another season. JHL alumnus, Mikhailov played for Sibiriskie Snaipery and Irbis Kazan a total of 163 games, scoring 39 goals and notching 48 assists for 87 points.