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The KHL replaced the Russian Superleague in 2008 and is a now a pro ice hockey league featuring teams from a range of countries. The Kontinental Hockey League has been a success and is looking to expand but for now includes 25 teams from several different countries.

There are 19 clubs from Russia but sides from Finland, Belarus, China, Slovakia, Latvia and Kazakhstan also take to the ice trying to win the Gagarin Cup. Named after the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, the cup is awarded to the overall KHL winner, whilst the best Russian side is crowned the Champion of Russia. I think we see what they did there.

KHL History

The Kontinental Hockey League had its first season in 2008-09 and initially featured 24 teams, with 21 of those coming from Russia. The 20 sides formerly in the Russia Superleague, plus the “second division” champions were joined by three non-Russian sides. The addition of teams from Belarus, Kazakhstan and Latvia created an intercontinental ice hockey competition.

Non-Soviet sides were first added in 2011 and there have been regular changes to the line-up ever since the KHL was inaugurated. The biggest recent change was the addition of a first Chinese team, with Kunlun Red Star from the capital joining for the 2016-17 campaign.

There are East and West Conferences, with each having two smaller Divisions. Sides play a number of games before Conference play-offs take place, with these matches being best of seven games.

Traditionally the regular season has been made up of around 60 games, with all sides playing each other twice, home and away. Those fixtures are then topped up by extra clashes against rivals from the same division, with the best eight sides from each conference progressing into the play-offs.

Ak Bars Kazan triumphed in 2018, their third victory making them the most successful side in the short history of the event. The KHL has proved an instant hit and is watched live by around six million spectators each season.

The season runs from August to April and with plenty of games to get stuck into it is a nice extra string to the bow for those that love watching ice hockey. The pace on the ice is fast enough but if you want to make things even more exciting then note that more and more of the best online betting sites now offer odds on the KHL.

Our odds comparison makes finding the best odds on whatever you want to bet on incredibly quick. It’s easier than ever to get the best odds so with the value on your side, why not chance your arm with a bet on the latest action from the KHL?

KHL Future

As said, the KHL is keen to expand and although the most recent season has actually seen a reduction in the total number of teams, we wouldn’t be surprised to see that reversed. Clubs from all over Europe are keen to get involved and the KHL certainly boasts many of the best players in the world outside North America.

So, if you love the NHL and some of Europe’s main ice hockey leagues, why not check out the KHL? With so many top class sides and players and ever increasing media and bookmaker coverage, there really never has been a better time to get involved with this fascinating intercontinental hockey showdown!

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