CSKA denied information about participation in the initiative to split the KHL into two leagues according to the strength of the teams

MOSCOW, June 17 – The press service of Moscow CSKA denied information about participation in the initiative to split the Continental Hockey League (KHL) into two divisions according to the strength of the teams.
Earlier, Match TV reported that CSKA, Dynamo Moscow, SKA St. Petersburg, Metallurg Magnitogorsk, Ak Bars Kazan, Salavat Yulaev Ufa and Traktor Chelyabinsk were in favor of dividing the KHL into two separate leagues with “strong and “weak” teams.
“The information that appeared in the media that CSKA is allegedly related to the initiative to split the KHL into two leagues is not true,” the club’s press service said.

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