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Summary of the 2019/2020 U21 Russian championship

03.07.2020
The Russian Ice Hockey Federation (RIHF) can reveal the medalists of the 2019/2020 U21 Russian championship.

A special procedure concerning the final standings of the 2019/2020 under 21 domestic ice hockey championship has been used:

- The sporting principle is key;
- Results of the regular season and Kharlamov Cup playoffs are taken into account;
- All available statistical data is taken into account;
- The league regulations do not hold meaning when deciding the winners and medalists.

Summary of the 2019/2020 U21 Russian championship:

- The final standings have been drawn up after considering results of the regular season and the first round of the playoffs;
- Russian teams which qualified for the second round of the playoffs are ranked after taking into account regular season points;
- Russian teams which didn't qualify for the second round of the playoffs are ranked in accordance with the regular season points.

1. SKA-1946 Saint Petersburg – 114
2. Loko Yaroslavl – 105
3. Tolpar Ufa – 102
4. Omskie Yastreby – 100
5. Krasnaya Armiya Moscow – 100
6. MHC Dynamo Saint Petersburg – 94
7. Irbis Kazan – 91
8. Belie Medvedi Chelyabinsk – 86
9. Almaz Cherepovets – 91
10. Avto Ekaterinburg – 89
11. Sibirskie Snaypery Novosibirsk – 85
12. Mamonty Yugry Khanty-Mansiysk – 83
13. Stalnie Lisy Magnitogorsk – 82
14. MHC Dynamo Moscow – 78
15. MHC Spartak Moscow – 74
16. Chayka Nizhny Novgorod – 79
17. Sputnik Almetevsk – 77
18. Russkie Vityazi Chekhov – 68
19. Sarmaty Orenburg – 68
20. MHC Krylya Sovetov Moscow – 67
21. Reaktor Nizhnekamsk – 62
22. MHC Atlant Moscow Region – 57
23. Sakhalinskie Akuly Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk – 57
24. Tayfun Primorskiy Kray – 55
25. HC Kapitan Stupino – 53
26. SKA-Varyagi Leningrad Region – 50
27. Amurskie Tigry Khabarovsk – 40
28. Ladya Tolyatti – 39
29. Kuznetskie Medvedi Novokuznetsk – 32
30. Tyumenskiy Legion Tyumen – 20

SKA-1946 are the 2019/2020 U21 Russian championship winners.

Loko Yaroslavl have claimed the silver medal while Tolpar Ufa are the bronze medalists.

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