Calendario

Rusia - VHL 01/23 10:00 - Sokol Krasnoyarsk vs Khimik Voskresensk - View
Rusia - VHL 01/25 11:00 - Ermak Angarsk vs Khimik Voskresensk - View
Rusia - VHL 01/29 14:00 - Khimik Voskresensk vs HC Rostov - View
Rusia - VHL 01/31 15:30 - Khimik Voskresensk vs AKM Novomoskovsk - View
Rusia - VHL 02/02 18:00 - Khimik Voskresensk vs HC Tambov - View
Rusia - VHL 02/04 18:00 - Khimik Voskresensk vs Buran Voronezh - View

Resultados

Rusia - VHL 01/20 11:00 - [4] Metallurg Novokuznetsk v Khimik Voskresensk [10] L 4-3
Rusia - VHL 01/18 13:00 - [19] HC Omskie Krylya v Khimik Voskresensk [10] W 2-3
Rusia - VHL 01/14 15:30 - [8] Khimik Voskresensk v HC Yugra [1] L 2-3
Rusia - VHL 01/10 15:30 - [7] Khimik Voskresensk v Zvezda Moscow [15] D PPT.
Rusia - VHL 01/08 14:00 - [8] Khimik Voskresensk v Rubin Tyumen [3] W 6-5
Rusia - VHL 12/27 14:00 - [7] Molot-Prikamye Perm v Khimik Voskresensk [8] W 2-4
Rusia - VHL 12/25 12:00 - [6] Toros Neftekamsk v Khimik Voskresensk [9] W 1-3
Rusia - VHL 12/23 15:30 - [13] Neftyanik Almetyevsk v Khimik Voskresensk [10] W 3-4
Rusia - VHL 12/21 15:00 - [26] Izhstal Izhevsk v Khimik Voskresensk [11] W 1-2
Rusia - VHL 12/12 10:00 - [1] Dinamo San Petersburgo v Khimik Voskresensk [7] L 3-1
Rusia - VHL 12/10 16:00 - [3] SKA-Neva v Khimik Voskresensk [7] W 1-3
Rusia - VHL 12/04 14:00 - [6] Khimik Voskresensk v Yuzhny Ural Orsk [21] L 2-4

Khimik Voskrenensk (Russian: Химик Воскресенск, English: Voskresensk Chemists), also known as Moscow Hockey Club Khimik, is an ice hockey team based in Voskresensk, Moscow Oblast, Russia. The team plays its home games in the 4,500 seat Podmoskovie Ice Palace, which was previously known as the Podmoskovie Sports Palace and the Khimik Sports Palace. It is currently playing in the VHL, the second level of ice hockey in Russia.

History

This team is not to be confused with the original Khimik Voskresensk team which relocated and was replaced by in 2005. Because it was an expansion team, it was relegated to the Russian Supreme League prior to its success in the 2007–08 season and subsequent promotion to the KHL. It would last there for a year.

In July 2009, the team went bankrupt. However, later it was reported that the team would play in the Russian Major League in the 2009–10 season. The team was not accepted into the 2010–11 season of the Russian Major League and the league's management suggested that the team take a 1-year timeout. The team management decided to participate in the MHL in the 2010–11 season under the name MHC Khimik. In June 2015, the team was accepted into the VHL for the 2015–16 season.