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2014-03-04 (Tuesday)

Anette: Today, the last games of the regular season of the 2013/2014 Kontinental Hockey League were played and we have the final results: Admiral takes the last playoff spot while Traktor is out. Let’s take a look at the current standings (as of 2014-03-04):

Conference West Points Games Played Division
1. (1) Dynamo Moskva / Moscow 115 54 Tarasov
2. (2) SKA Saint-Petersburg 105 54 Bobrov
3. (3) Lev Praha / Prague 99 54 Bobrov
4. (4) Donbass Donetsk 97 54 Tarasov
5. (5) Dinamo Riga 93 54 Bobrov
6. (6) Medvescak Zagreb 92 54 Bobrov
7. (7) CSKA Moscow 91 54 Bobrov
8. (8) Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 84 54 Tarasov
9. (9) Atlant Moscow Region 78 54 Tarasov
10. (10) Severstal Cherepovets 77 54 Tarasov
11. (11) Slovan Bratislava 67 54 Bobrov
12. (13) Spartak Moscow 58 54 Tarasov
13. (12) Vityaz 58 54 Tarasov
14. (14) Dinamo Minsk 53 54 Bobrov

Conference East Points Games Played Division
1. (1) Metallurg Magnitogorsk 108 54 Kharlamov
2. (2) Barys Astana 94 54 Chernyshev
3. (3) Ak Bars Kazan 100 54 Kharlamov
4. (5) Salavat Yulaev Ufa 94 54 Chernyshev
5. (4) Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 94 54 Kharlamov
6. (6) Sibir Novosibirsk Region 87 54 Chernyshev
7. (7) Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg 86 54 Kharlamov
8. (8) Admiral Vladivostok 78 54 Chernyshev
9. (9) Traktor Chelyabinsk 75 54 Kharlamov
10. (10) Avangard Omsk Region 69 54 Chernyshev
11. (11) Ugra Khanty-Mansiysk 64 54 Kharlamov
12. (12) Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk 57 54 Kharlamov
13. (13) Metallurg Novokuznetsk 50 54 Chernyshev
14. (14) Amur Khabarovsk 45 54 Chernyshev

(Source: khl.ru)

Anette: I’m still a bit sad about both Avangard and Atlant missing the playoffs, but there’s not much to do about that now. The rest of the season I will keep my fingers crossed for SKA and Dynamo Moscow but I’m no longer sure about wich team I think is number one. 😀