Arenas in Russia

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by demon » 12 Mar 2010 23:13

Ice Palace of Sport
Murmansk, Chelyuskintsev street, 2a
It was constructed in 1967 as open ice rink. It was reconstructed in 1994 (step 1) and 2005 (step 2). The capacity is 2052
There are no other Ice Palace at Murmansk! The "Stroitel" Stadium is ice stadium for the bandy
http://i069.radikal.ru/1003/7c/ae015660eec4.jpg

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by demon » 12 Mar 2010 23:22

Ice Palace of Sport "Sibir" ("Siberia")
Novosibirsk, Bogdan Khmelnitskiy street, 23
It was constructed in 1967 as open ice rink. The capacity is 7400
Teams: Sibir (Siberia), Sibirskie snaypery (Siberian snipers)
http://i078.radikal.ru/1003/89/9d81c3fb75f9.jpg
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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by demon » 12 Mar 2010 23:46

Ice Palace of Sport
Velikiy Novgorod
It was constructed in 2009 (the official openning will take a place 2010/03/25). The capacity is 1080
http://s001.radikal.ru/i193/1003/71/fa5a102f5cf1.jpg

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by demon » 13 Mar 2010 00:05

KRK (Cultural and entertainment complex) Uralets
Ekaterinburg, Bolshakov street, 90
It was constructed in 1972 (Palace of Sport Profsoyuzov (Professional Unions's). The capacity was 4000. After reconstruction at 2006 was renamed ("Uralets"). The capacity is 5570
Teams: Avtomobilist, Spartak-Mercuri (women's)

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by demon » 13 Mar 2010 00:14

Ice Palace of Sport "Moskvich"
Moscow
It was constructed in 1977. The capacity is 1000
http://s13.radikal.ru/i186/1003/08/f9395af1f4ff.jpg

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Re: Arenas in Russia

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by demon » 13 Mar 2010 00:19

Ice Palace of Sport of Kayerkan Region
Norilsk
It was constructed in 2007. The capacity is 448
http://s003.radikal.ru/i203/1003/ac/da03fbf721a5.jpg
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Cover Ice rink "Umka"
Norilsk
It was constructed in 1988. Closed 1991-2000 (the roof was fall). After reconstruction was opened in 2000
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Cover Ice rink "Ldinka"
Norilsk
It was constructed in 1974
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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by demon » 13 Mar 2010 00:35

Ice Palace of Sport "Arktika" ("Arctics")
Norilsk
It was constructed in 1970. The capacity is 2184
http://i079.radikal.ru/1003/65/11980f72db25.jpg

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by demon » 13 Mar 2010 00:38

Ice Palace "Arena Yugra"
It was constructed in 2008. The capacity is 5500
Team: Yugra (Khanty-Mansiysk)

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by Ray » 14 Mar 2010 16:51

Hello Demon

Thank you for the posts. I'll update it within one of the next updates...it may take quite a while tough.

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Re: Arenas in Russia

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by Ray » 08 Jun 2010 07:23

I'll go trough the list... it will take some time tough.

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by jannypan » 06 Aug 2011 08:20

I've seen a lot of Arenas in Russia, have some pics of 'em.

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by Ray » 06 Aug 2011 11:40

If you have pictures of arenas where we don't have many pictures yet, then simply e-mail them to info@hockeyarenas.net and I'll see what I can use ;-)

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Re: Arenas in Russia

Post by In Vino Veritas » 01 Jul 2019 18:03

Spartak Moscow is playing from 2017-2018 in CSKA VTB Ice Palace.
Dynamo Moscow played there from 2015-2016 up to the end of 2018.

Spartak will have a new arena, in Sokolniki. Current one will be closed & demolished, a new one will be built with 10000 seats & 2500 VIP.
A second rink will be there too with 4000 attendances for the MHL team.
Expected opening for 2020-2021.

Pics here : https://www.sport-express.ru/hockey/khl ... v-1480804/

Kunlun Red Star played 2017-2018 & most of 2018-2019 in Shanghai, in Feiyang Skating Center.
They are back full time in Beijing Wukesong Arena since end of 2018-2019 & full time for next season.
Wukesong Arena in now named Cadillac Arena from 2017.

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