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2014 KHL All-Star Game
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1 2 3 OT Total
Team East 5 5 6 {{{visitor_OT}}} 16
Team West 6 6 6 {{{home_OT}}} 18
Date 11 January 2013
Arena Slovnaft Arena
City Bratislava, Slovakia
Attendance 10,055
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The 2014 Kontinental Hockey League All-Star Game took place on January 11, 2014 at the Slovnaft Arena in Bratislava, Slovakia, home of Slovan Bratislava, during the 2013–14 KHL season. Before the game, the players will compete in various events designed to test their speed, technique and creative skills.

The day before the All-Star Game, on 10 January 2013, several legendary veterans of Russian and Czechoslovak hockey played against each other in a friendly game.[1]


Fan balloting

# Name Pos. Team Votes[2]
17 Kovalchuk, IlyaIlya Kovalchuk LW SKA Saint Petersburg 18,638
47 Radulov, AlexanderAlexander Radulov RW CSKA Moscow 15,510
10 Mozyakin, SergeiSergei Mozyakin LW Metallurg Magnitogorsk 14,964
25 Zaripov, DanisDanis Zaripov RW Metallurg Magnitogorsk 12,715
8 Ozoliņš, SandisSandis Ozoliņš D Dinamo Riga 11,205
2 Quint, DeronDeron Quint D Spartak Moscow 10,356

Final roster

In November 29, 2013, was the final day of the fans’ vote to select the starting line-ups for the Eastern and Western Conference teams. The best five's selected as the first lines and goalies.[3] In December 10, accredited journalists selected 2nd lines and goalies.[4] In December 12, 2013, the league selected the coaches for teams East and West. The brigade of bosses in charge of Team West were Oleg Znarok, Jukka Jalonen and Fedor Kanareikin. Mike Keenan, Valery Belov and Dmitri Kvartalnov selected to head the Team East.[5] Following the fans’ vote to select the starting line-ups and the journalists’ ballot to choose the second lines and goalies, the Kontinental Hockey League has added the remaining players to complete the rosters for teams East and West.[6] In December 27, 2013, In response to the wishes of many fans and the sound arguments put forward by professional hockey journalists, the Kontinental Hockey League has agreed to add four attackers to the rosters. Team West’s offense will be strengthened by the arrival of Jakub Klepiš of Lev Prague and Geoff Platt of Dinamo Minsk, while Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod’s Denis Parshin and Traktor Chelyabinsk’s Evgeny Kuznetsov have been chosen to reinforce Team East.[7]

Team West
Nat. Player Team Pos. Num.
Flag of Slovakia Jaroslav Janus Slovan Bratislava G 32
Flag of Latvia Sandis Ozoliņš Dinamo Riga D 8
Flag of the United States Deron Quint Spartak Moscow D 2
Flag of Russia Ilya Kovalchuk (C) SKA Saint Petersburg LW 17
Flag of Russia Alexander Radulov CSKA Moscow RW 47
Flag of Canada Jonathan Cheechoo Medveščak Zagreb RW 18
Flag of Russia Ivan Lisutin Vityaz Podolsk G 48
Flag of Canada Kurtis Foster Medveščak Zagreb D 55
Flag of Russia Maxim Chudinov SKA Saint Petersburg D 73
Flag of Russia Nikolai Prokhorkin CSKA Moscow LW 74
Flag of Russia Viktor Tikhonov SKA Saint Petersburg RW 10
Flag of Finland Leo Komarov Dynamo Moscow RW 87
Flag of Russia Bogdan Kiselevich Severstal Cherepovets D 55
Flag of Russia Ilya Gorokhov Lokomotiv Yaroslavl D 77
Flag of Russia Denis Denisov CSKA Moscow D 6
Flag of Slovakia Milan Bartovič Slovan Bratislava LW 61
Flag of Slovakia Miroslav Šatan Slovan Bratislava RW 18
Flag of Slovakia Marcel Hossa Dinamo Riga LW 81
Flag of Russia Maxim Afinogenov Vityaz Podolsk RW 61
Flag of Belarus Geoff Platt Dinamo Minsk C 16
Flag of the Czech Republic Jakub Klepiš Lev Prague C 21
Co-Head Coaches: Oleg Znarok, Jukka Jalonen, Fedor Kanareikin

Team East
Nat. Player Team Pos. Num.
Flag of Finland Mikko Koskinen Sibir Novosibirsk G 19
Flag of Russia Kirill Koltsov Salavat Yulaev Ufa D 4
Flag of Canada Shaun Heshka Ak Bars Kazan D 26
Flag of Russia Sergei Mozyakin (C) Metallurg Magnitogorsk LW 10
Flag of Russia Danis Zaripov Metallurg Magnitogorsk LW 25
Flag of the United States Brandon Bochenski Barys Astana RW 27
Flag of Russia Konstantin Barulin Ak Bars Kazan G 30
Flag of Canada Chris Lee Metallurg Magnitogorsk D 4
Flag of Finland Juuso Hietanen Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod D 11
Flag of Russia Fyodor Malykhin Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg C 98
Flag of Russia Enver Lisin Admiral Vladivostok RW 7
Flag of Finland Jori Lehterä Sibir Novosibirsk C 12
Flag of Russia Evgeny Medvedev Ak Bars Kazan D 82
Flag of Russia Andrei Zubarev Salavat Yulaev Ufa D 3
Flag of Russia Denis Kulyash Avangard Omsk D 28
Flag of Russia Alexander Popov Avangard Omsk LW 24
Flag of Russia Egor Milovzorov Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk RW 70
Flag of the Czech Republic Jakub Petružálek Amur Khabarovsk C 88
Flag of Kazakhstan Talgat Zhailauov Barys Astana C 8
Flag of Russia Denis Parshin Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod LW 16
Flag of the Czech Republic Jan Kovář Metallurg Magnitogorsk LW 43
Co-Head Coaches: Mike Keenan, Dmitri Kvartalnov, Valery Belov

Source: Official website.[8]


Prior to the draft several players withdrew due to injury:

Nat. Name Team Pos. Reason and replacement
Flag of Russia Evgeny Kuznetsov Traktor Chelyabinsk RW Injury, replaced by Jan Kovář[9]
Flag of Russia Alexander Eremenko Dynamo Moscow G Injury, replaced by Petri Vehanen[10]
Flag of Finland Petri Vehanen Lev Prague G Injury, replaced by Jaroslav Janus[11]

Game summary

January 11, 2014
Team West 18 – 16
(6 – 5, 6 – 5, 6 – 6)
Team East Slovnaft Arena
Attendance: 10,055

See also


  1. Bratislava greets the stars. Kontinental Hockey League (January 10, 2014). Retrieved on January 11, 2014.
  2. 2014 KHL All-Star Game: Voting. (January 5, 2012). Retrieved on January 5, 2012.
  3. All-Star Game first lines and goalies announced. Kontinental Hockey League (November 29, 2013). Retrieved on December 4, 2013.
  4. All-star Game 2nd lines and goalies chosen. Kontinental Hockey League (December 10, 2013). Retrieved on January 11, 2014.
  5. All-Star coaches chosen. Kontinental Hockey League (December 12, 2013). Retrieved on January 11, 2014.
  6. All-Star Game rosters complete. Kontinental Hockey League (December 24, 2013). Retrieved on December 25, 2013.
  7. Four more All-Star forwards. Kontinental Hockey League (December 27, 2013). Retrieved on January 11, 2014.
  8. 2014 KHL All-Star Game rosters. Retrieved on December 25, 2013.
  9. Kovar to replace Kuznetsov. Kontinental Hockey League (December 30, 2013). Retrieved on January 11, 2014.
  10. Vehanen joins Team West. Kontinental Hockey League (January 7, 2014). Retrieved on January 11, 2014.
  11. Janus joins Team West. Kontinental Hockey League (January 10, 2014). Retrieved on January 11, 2014.

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