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The new [[Lada Arena]] saga continued. Despite its bright past, Lada was still stuck in the small [[Volgar Sports Palace]], which, at 2,900 places, was clearly too small for KHL standards. Following investigations by the league, the Samara Oblast government promised the arena would be finished in [[2010]].
 
The new [[Lada Arena]] saga continued. Despite its bright past, Lada was still stuck in the small [[Volgar Sports Palace]], which, at 2,900 places, was clearly too small for KHL standards. Following investigations by the league, the Samara Oblast government promised the arena would be finished in [[2010]].
   
Financial hardships carried on into the [[2009-10 KHL season]], which was a disaster for Lada. For the first time in a very long time, the club failed to reach the playoffs, finishing 22nd overall in the league. It was announced that the current state of finances for the team was unacceptable, and that the team would be removed from the KHL starting in [[2010-11 KHL season|2010-11]] for an undetermined period of time, until the team's finances improved. That means a relegation to the [[Vysshaya Liga]], very much like what had happened to [[Khimik Voskresensk (current)|Khimik Voskresensk]] the previous season. An Ukrainian team, [[HC Budivelnyk]], is seriously regarded as Lada's replacement in the league. Meanwhile, the league decided to give [[free agent]] status to 15 Lada players, a situation decried by some people, including Piotr Vorobiev, who had left the team in February<ref>http://khl-news.com/vorobev-khl-doesn%E2%80%99t-save-lada/</ref>.
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Financial hardships carried on into the [[2009-10 KHL season]], which was a disaster for Lada. For the first time in a very long time, the club failed to reach the playoffs, finishing 22nd overall in the league. It was announced that the current state of finances for the team was unacceptable, and that the team would be removed from the KHL starting in [[2010-11 KHL season|2010-11]] for an undetermined period of time, until the team's finances improved. That means a relegation to the [[Vysshaya Liga]], very much like what had happened to [[Khimik Voskresensk (current)|Khimik Voskresensk]] the previous season. An Ukrainian team, [[HC Budivelnyk]], is seriously regarded as Lada's replacement in the league. Meanwhile, the league decided to give [[free agent]] status to 15 Lada players, a situation decried by some people, including Piotr Vorobiev, who had left the team in February.
   
 
==All-time standings==
 
==All-time standings==
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