“Metallurg” denied information about participation in the initiative to split the KHL into two divisions

MOSCOW, June 17 – The press service of Magnitogorsk Metallurg 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.
“Dear fans! Today there was news that, according to one of the sports TV channels, seven clubs became the initiators of the idea of ​​dividing the KHL into two separate leagues with “strong” and “weak” teams. The press service of HC Metallurg directly states about the fact that our club did not take part in any voting on the division of the KHL into separate leagues, and even more so was not the “initiator” of such a division,” the message posted on the Telegram channel of the Magnitogorsk club says.
Earlier, CSKA and Salavat Yulaev denied information about their participation in the initiative to split the KHL into two divisions.

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