Skip to main content

Dynamo Minsk defeats host Davos to capture Spengler Cup championship

The Hockey News

The Hockey News

DAVOS, Switzerland - Dynamo Minsk defeated host HC Davos 3-1 on Thursday to capture the Spengler Cup hockey title.

Andrei Mikhalev, Denis Kochetkov and Aleksandr Kulakov scored for the Belarussian club team that finished the tournament with a 4-1 record. Juraj Kolnik scored the lone goal for Davos (3-2).

Canada, which has played in eight of the last 10 championship finals, was ousted from the tournament Wednesday after a loss to Minsk.

Overall, Canada has won the Spengler Cup 11 times since first taking part in the tournament in 1984.

The Spengler Cup, held annually since 1923, is the world's oldest pro international hockey tournament. The event features club teams and a Canadian entry, which in recent years has been made up of European-based players.



Screenshots: KHL Uncertainty, Sami Jo Small, and the Kraken Mascot

Adam Proteau looks at the uncertainty surrounding North American players in the KHL, the PHF's Toronto Six hiring Sami Jo Small, and the unveiling of the Seattle Kraken's new mascot.


Hurricanes Sign de Haan to One-Year Deal

The Carolina Hurricanes have signed defenseman Calvin de Haan to a one-year deal after inviting him to training camp.


NHL Burning Questions: Vancouver Canucks

Adam Proteau takes a look at the burning questions surrounding the Vancouver Canucks heading into the 2022-23 NHL Season.