Fixtures

Venemaa VHL 01/30 12:00 - HC Chelmet vs Bars - View
Venemaa VHL 02/01 14:00 - HC Chelmet vs Lada Togliatti - View
Venemaa VHL 02/03 14:00 - HC Chelmet vs CSK VVS - View
Venemaa VHL 02/05 12:00 - HC Chelmet vs Dizel Penza - View
Venemaa VHL 02/15 13:30 - Gornyak vs HC Chelmet - View
Venemaa VHL 02/17 18:00 - Zauralie Kurgan vs HC Chelmet - View

Results

Venemaa VHL 01/25 14:00 - [21] HC Tambov v HC Chelmet [17] W 2-4
Venemaa VHL 01/23 14:00 - [18] AKM v HC Chelmet [17] W 1-2
Venemaa VHL 01/21 16:00 - [23] Buran Voronezh v HC Chelmet [18] W 2-4
Venemaa VHL 01/19 16:30 - [11] HC Rostov v HC Chelmet [17] L 6-1
Venemaa VHL 01/13 13:00 - [17] HC Chelmet v Metallurg Novokuznetsk [4] W 5-2
Venemaa VHL 01/11 14:00 - [17] HC Chelmet v Ermak Angarsk [25] W 5-2
Venemaa VHL 01/09 12:00 - [17] HC Chelmet v Sokol Krasnoyarsk [11] L 0-4
Venemaa VHL 01/07 12:00 - [17] HC Chelmet v HK Omskije Krõlja [21] L 1-2
Venemaa VHL 12/27 14:00 - [5] HC Yugra v HC Chelmet [17] L 6-0
Venemaa VHL 12/25 12:00 - [1] Rubin Tyumen v HC Chelmet [17] L 4-3
Venemaa VHL 12/23 14:00 - [16] Moskva Zvezda v HC Chelmet [17] L 4-1
Venemaa VHL 12/17 14:00 - [16] HC Chelmet v Neftyanik Almetyevsk [13] L 2-3

Wikipedia - Chelmet Chelyabinsk

Chelmet Chelyabinsk is a professional ice hockey team in the VHL. Based in Chelyabinsk, Russia, and affiliated with the Kontinental Hockey League`s Traktor Chelyabinsk, Chelmet plays its home games at Yunost Sports Palace.

History

The team was founded by the Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant in 1948 as Metallurg Chelyabinsk and competed in third rate Soviet division since 1957 subsequently getting relegated to the second division (Class A2) since the 70s seasons. Since the 1985–86 Soviet League season was the main ice hockey team in Chelyabinsk replacing downgraded Traktor Chelyabinsk.

In 1990 after its parent Metallurgical Plant became a core of the Mechel metallurgical company the team was renamed Mechel Chelyabinsk. During the 90s Mechel became one of the founding clubs of the IHL and the Russian Superleague. But since 2003 it was moved to the second rate Supreme League later becoming the constituent member of the VHL. Since 2012 when Mechel withdrew its support of the team it got its current name. Current team logo based on NHL franchise Washington Capitals