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Kontinental Hockey League Matches

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Monday 24th August 2015

11:00

CSKA Moscow (2)

Draw (13/4)

SKA St Petersburg (11/10)

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Tuesday 25th August 2015

11:00

Dinamo Minsk (13/10)

Draw (13/4)

Spartak Moscow (8/5)

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11:00

Lada Togliatti (13/5)

Draw (7/2)

HC Sochi (4/5)

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11:00

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (16/11)

Draw (31/10)

Torpedo NN (7/4)

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14:00

Metallurg Magnitogorsk (10/11)

Draw (33/10)

Barys Astana (21/10)

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14:00

Salavat Ufa (21/10)

Draw (33/10)

Avangard Omsk (1)

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16:30

Severstal Cherepovec (13/4)

Draw (15/4)

Jokerit (3/5)

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17:30

AK Bars Kazan (19/20)

Draw (16/5)

Dinamo Riga (11/5)

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Wednesday 26th August 2015

11:00

Metallurg Novokuznetsk (5/2)

Draw (10/3)

Vitiaz Chehov (9/10)

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11:00

Sibir Novosibirsk (3)

Draw (7/2)

Dinamo Moscow (4/6)

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11:00

Yugra (21/10)

Draw (10/3)

Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk (1)

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14:00

Avtomobilist (9/4)

Draw (10/3)

Tractor (19/20)

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17:30

Admiral (27/10)

Draw (17/5)

Slovan Bratislava (11/13)

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17:30

Amur Khabarovsk (45/17)

Draw (7/2)

KHL Medvescak (7/9)

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Kontinental Hockey League Outrights

Winner

Participant nameOddsBookieAll odds

SKA St Petersburg

5/2

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CSKA Moscow

16/5

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Ak Bars Kazan

15/2

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Metallurg Magnitogorsk

15/2

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Dynamo Moscow

10

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News

Rooney wins appeal

Martyn Rooney will compete in the men's individual 400m at the World Athletics Championships after a successful appeal.

Peaty wins World gold

Adam Peaty has won gold in the men's 100m breaststroke at the Aquatics World Championships in Kazan.

Danielson denies doping

Tom Danielson was shocked to learn he has tested positive for testosterone and denies doping.

Championship talking points

Fantastic Fermanagh, Tyrone's winning habit and a championship class deficit feature in this week's five talking points.

Bronze for Daley in Kazan

Tom Daley recovered from a poor second dive to take the bronze medal at the Kazan 2015 World Championships.

Guy secures Kazan silver

James Guy claimed the first World medal of his career as he opened Great Britain's count at the Kazan Championships.

Dublin defeat brave Fermanagh

Dublin are safely through to the All-Ireland semi-finals after outclassing brave Fermanagh by a score of 2-23 to 2-15.

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