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Source: Russia Ministry of Sport

Today, February 17, the Board of Directors of the Continental hockey League took the unanimous decision on electing the President of the organization Alexei Morozov. He was succeeded by Dmitry Chernyshenko, who in January was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation.

The Minister of sport of the Russian Federation Oleg Matytsin noted that Alexei Morozov will be a worthy successor Dmitry Chernyshenko. “Alexey Morozov has a high reputation in the hockey community hockey deep understanding of the processes and is well established as the head of the Youth hockey League, having the necessary management experience. I am sure that he will be a worthy successor Dmitry Chernyshenko and be productive for the benefit of the Kontinental hockey League and all of Russian hockey,” said Minister of sport of Russia.

Alexei Morozov silver medalist XVIII Olympic winter games 1998, two-time world champion in ice hockey (2008 and 2009). After a career in 2014 became managing Director of the Youth hockey League and a member of the Board of the KHL.

The press service of the minsport Russia


EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation from Russian Language to English.

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