- A charity hockey match over the weekend between members of New York City’s police and fire departments was momentarily put on hold after a massive brawl cleared the benches of both teams.
- Russian hockey fans and anti-Nazi groups were outraged after dancers supporting a Latvian hockey club laid out a symbol resembling swastika right before a game with their Russian guests. The Kontinental Hockey League found no problem with the symbol.
- Hockey fans in Washington state will have more to worry about this weekend than avoiding a puck to the face: the Department of Homeland Security will be testing out a new facial recognition system at an arena this Saturday.
- On the weekend CSKA Moscow commemorated what could have been the 65th birthday of late ice hockey star Valery Kharlamov, who tragically died at the age of 33. RT recalls the brightest moments of the player’s career, which inspired fans worldwide.
- After five months of the regular season the top 16 clubs in the KHL have made it through to the play-offs. RT tried to find out, who has the best chances of lifting the Gagarin Cup this year.
- The Silver Lions 95 under-17 hockey squad have produced an amazing score in the maiden Turkmenistan President’s Cup as the Saint Petersburgers put 60 goals past the United Arab Emirates national team.
- The KHL President Aleksandr Medvedev has unveiled the leagues future expansion plans as the regular season is about to end next week.
- The Czech Republic beat Russia 2-1 in the last match at the Swedish Games to allow Finland triumph at the third stage of the Euro Hockey Tour.
- Russia’s hockey squad have collected a comfortable 4-1 win against host nation, Sweden, in their second game at the Oddset Hockey Games.
- Euro Hockey tour leaders, Russia, needed a penalty shootout to top Finland in the opening game of the Swedish Games on home ice in Saint Petersburg.
- The NHL’s Detroit Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk is suing an American firm for selling hockey jerseys and other clothing containing his likeness without his permission.
- A watertight agreement exists with the National Hockey League that will free its players for the Sochi Games, says KHL board member, Valery Kamensky.