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Dynamo Moscow
(Динамо Москва)
File:Dynamo Moscow.gif
Division Chernyshev
Founded 1946
Home Arena Luzhniki Sports Complex (cap. 8,700)
City Moscow
Colors Blue and white
General Manager Flag of Russia Mikhail Golovkov
Head Coach Flag of Russia Sergei Kotov

Dynamo Moscow (ru: Динамо Москва) is a Russian professional ice hockey club based in Moscow competing in the Kontinental Hockey League. It was founded in 1946 and plays in the smaller arena of the Olimpiyski Sport Complex (capacity 8,700).

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Achievements

Russian/Soviet Championships won: 9 (1947, 1954, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 2000, 2005)
USSR Cups won: 3 (1953, 1972, 1976)
IIHF European Champions Cups won: 1 (2006)
Spengler Cups won: 2 (1983, 2008)
Ahearne Cups won: 2 (1975, 1976)

History

Part of the Dynamo Moscow sports club, itself a part of Dynamo sports society, the team was founded in 1946 and in its early days was sponsored by the KGB. It is among Russia's most successful clubs, winning the Soviet Championship in 1947, 1954, 1990, and 1991, the Russian Championship in 1992, 1993, 1995, and 2000, and the Russian Superleague in 1999-2000 and 2005. It also won the Spengler Cup in 1983 and 2008 and the IIHF European Champions Cup in 2006.
This is the only club which never left the USSR/Russia elite ice-hockey division since first national championships was introduced in 1946.

Roster

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Honoured numbers

Russian clubs have no tradition of retiring numbers. Instead of that they usually raise a banner of honor with the player's number but at the same time this number stays in usage. That's why banners of honour sometimes have duplicated numbers.

  • coach - Arkady Chernyshev - 1946-1974
  • 1 - Boris Zaitsev - 1957-1970, Vladimir Myshkin - 1980-1990
  • 2 - Oleg Tolmachev - 1946-1956, Pavel Zhiburtovich - 1955-1962
  • 3 - Vitaly Davydov - 1957-1973
  • 5 - Stanislav Petukhov - 1956-1968, Vasily Pervukhin - 1976-1989
  • 6 - Valery Vasiliev - 1967-1984
  • 8 - Valentin Kuzin - 1950-1961
  • 9 - Nikolay Postavnin - 1946-1951, Alexander Uvarov - 1948-1960
  • 10 - Yury Krylov - 1951-1965
  • 11 - Yury Volkov - 1960-1968, Alexander Maltsev - 1967-1984
  • 17 - Vladimir Yurzinov - 1957-1972, Zinetula Bilyaletdinov - 1973-1988

Head Coaches

  • Arkady Chernyshev 1946-74
  • Vladimir Yurzinov 1974-79
  • Vitaly Davydov 1979-81
  • Vladimir Kiselev 1981-84
  • Yury Moiseyev 1984-89
  • Vladimir Yurzinov 1989-92
  • Petr Vorobiev 1992-93
  • Vladimir Golubovich 1994-1996,
  • Yury Ochnev 1996-97
  • Zinetula Bilyaletdinov 1997-2000
  • Vladimir Semenov 2000-02
  • Zinetula Bilyaletdinov 2002-04
  • Vladimir Krikunov 2004-08
  • Vladimír Vůjtek Sr. 2008-2009
  • Sergei Kotov 2009-Present

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