About the club

The SKA hockey team (St. Petersburg) was founded in 1946. It has participated in national championships of the high level since the season 1946-47 (1st USSR championship) except the seasons 1947-48 - 1949-50 and 1991-92.

The SKA team is:

  • the two-times bronze medal winner of the USSR championships in 1971,1987;
  • the semifinalist of the Youth Hockey League Cup - 1994;
  • the finalist of the USSR Cup in 1968 and 1971;
  • the five-times champion and the four-times winner of the Armed Forces Cup, the four-times winner of the Spengler Cup in 1970, 1971, 1977 and 2010.


The club has brought up the world champions and Olympic champions such as:
Aleksey Kasatonov, Nikolay Drozdetskiy, Aleksey Gusarov;

World champions:
Yevgeniy Belosheikin, Svyatoslav Khalizov, Sergey Pushkov, Sergey Shendelev, Maksim Sushinskiy.
The SKA players Maksim Sushinskiy and Konstantin Gorovikov became World champions of 2008 in Canada.
Konstantin Gorovikov became a World champion of 2009 in Bern.

The great success at the international arena was achieved by the young players of the SKA club as well:

  • the fifteen alumni of the SKA team became World champions among youth teams;
  • the ten SKA alumni became the champions of Europe among juniors;
  • the SKA team (founded in 1959) — the USSR champion among juniors in 1977.

Nowadays the SKA hockey club includes:

  • the SKA team participating in the Kontinental Hockey League Championship – Open Hockey Championship of Russia;
  • the team "SКА-1946" playing in the Youth Hockey League – Championship of Russia among youth teams.

In the season 2007-2008 — the SKA team got the sixth place in the Championship of Russia among the Super League teams (the best result for the last twenty years).
In the season 2009-2010  — the SKA team finished the regular championship in the Western Division and won the second place in the general table of the stage.

In the season 2013-2014 the SKA team finished 1st in the KHL regular championship and eventually won the bronze medal. The team was joined by world-star Ilya Kovalchuk who signed a 4-year contract with the club.

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