CHL Canada/Russia Series

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CHL Canada/Russia Series
CHL Canada Russia Series Logo.jpg
Team OHL vs. Russian Selects, on November 27, 2006 in Oshawa
Team OHL vs. Russian Selects
November 27, 2006 in Oshawa
Date(s) Annually in November
Country Canada
Inaugurated 2003
Activity Ice hockey
Organised by Canadian Hockey League
Sponsors CIBC (2016–present)
Subway (2009–2014)
ADT (2004–2008)
RE/MAX (2003)
Website chlcanadarussia.ca

The CHL Canada/Russia Series is an annual junior ice hockey exhibition tournament held between a select team of Russian players and all-star teams representing the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, the Ontario Hockey League and the Western Hockey League. The event is organized by the Canadian Hockey League and consists of six games total each year, with the Russian Selects playing two games versus each league's all-star team. All games are broadcast nationally in Canada on Sportsnet. The series often features players from the Canadian national junior team, and the Russian national junior team.[1]

The first series held in 2003 as the RE/MAX Canada-Russia Challenge, and was envisioned as tune-up for the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. The event has had several corporate sponsors and names including, the ADT Canada-Russia Challenge from 2004 until 2008, and the Subway Super Series from 2009 until 2014. The 2015 series did not have a title sponsor. In 2016, CIBC picked up the naming rights for five years and renamed the event CIBC Canada-Russia Series.[2]

2003 RE/MAX Canada-Russia Challenge

Initial event logo in 2003.

The annual series began in 2003, then known as the Canada-Russia Challenge and sponsored by RE/MAX real estate. The CHL won five of the six games played. Alexandre Picard lead the event in scoring with 6 points. Ryan Getzlaf and Dion Phaneuf both scored two goals and two assists for the WHL. Ben Eager led the OHL with two goals. The top scoring Russian was Alexander Shinin with 4 points.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 17 London, Ontario OHL 7 1 Russia [3]
November 19 Sarnia, Ontario OHL 4 0 Russia [4]
November 20 Halifax, Nova Scotia QMJHL 2 3 Russia [5]
November 24 Rimouski, Quebec QMJHL 6 3 Russia [6]
November 26 Calgary, Alberta WHL 4 1 Russia [7]
November 27 Brandon, Manitoba WHL 7 1 Russia [8]
CHL wins series 5-1 (30-9 CHL)

2004 ADT Canada-Russia Challenge

Event logo from 2004–2008.

The ADT Corporation became the corporate title sponsor of the CHL Canada/Russia series.[9] Russia defeated the QMJHL in both games, by identical 4-3 shootout wins. Russia lost the next four games to the OHL and WHL, losing the overall series four games to two. Mikhail Yunkov lead Russia with 6 points. Eric Fehr scored 3 goals for the WHL, and Dave Bolland scored twice for the OHL.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 21 Quebec City, Quebec QMJHL 3 4 Russia [10]SO (2:0)
November 22 Montreal, Quebec QMJHL 3 4 Russia [11]SO (3:0)
November 25 Barrie, Ontario OHL 3 1 Russia [12]
November 28 Mississauga, Ontario OHL 5 2 Russia [13]
December 1 Red Deer, Alberta WHL 6 0 Russia [14]
December 2 Lethbridge, Alberta WHL 5 2 Russia [15]
CHL wins series 4-2 (25-13 CHL)

2005 ADT Canada-Russia Challenge

The third challenge series saw the CHL win all six games, by at least two-goal margins over Russia. Guillaume Latendresse led the event and the QMJHL in scoring 5 goals. Wojtek Wolski scored 4 times for the OHL. Kyle Chipchura led the WHL with 4 points. Sergei Ogorodnikov scored 3 goals and 3 assists for Russia, and Alexander Mayer scored 4 goals.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 21 Drummondville, Quebec QMJHL 7 4 Russia [16]
November 22 Moncton, New Brunswick QMJHL 6 4 Russia [17]
November 24 Kitchener, Ontario OHL 5 2 Russia [18]
November 28 Peterborough, Ontario OHL 5 1 Russia [19]
November 30 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan WHL 9 2 Russia [20]
December 1 Regina, Saskatchewan WHL 3 1 Russia [21]
CHL wins series 6-0 (35-14 CHL)

2006 ADT Canada-Russia Challenge

The CHL won all six games, outscoring Russia by 20 goals, and swept the series for the second year in a row. Brodie Dupont and Zach Boychuk led CHL players with 4 points. Russia was led by Egor Milovzorov with 6 points, and Vadim Shipachyov with 4 goals.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 20 Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec QMJHL 6 2 Russia [22]
November 21 Val-d'Or, Quebec QMJHL 4 3 Russia [23]
November 23 Sarnia, Ontario OHL 5 0 Russia [24]
November 27 Oshawa, Ontario OHL 4 3 Russia [25]
November 29 Chilliwack, British Columbia WHL 5 3 Russia [26]
November 30 Kamloops, British Columbia WHL 8 1 Russia [27]
CHL wins 6-0 (32-12 CHL)

2007 ADT Canada-Russia Challenge

The 2007 series was much closer than the previous two seasons. Russia won the first game 6–4, ending a 16–game losing streak at the event. Goal scoring was much closer, as the goals for the series totaled 21–19 in favour of the CHL. The CHL won three games in regulation, and the fourth win came in a shootout. John Tavares led all CHL players with 4 points. Mikhail Milekhin score 4 times for Russia, and Anton Korolev led the team with 6 points.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 19 Chicoutimi, Quebec QMJHL 4 6 Russia [28]
November 21 Gatineau, Quebec QMJHL 3 2 Russia [29]SO (2:0)
November 22 Kitchener, Ontario OHL 5 3 Russia [30]
November 26 Sudbury, Ontario OHL 4 2 Russia [31]
November 28 Cranbrook, British Columbia WHL 1 5 Russia [32]
November 29 Medicine Hat, Alberta WHL 4 1 Russia [33]
CHL wins 4-2 (21-19 CHL)

2008 ADT Canada-Russia Challenge

The CHL team won five out of six games versus Russia, while scoring 24 goals and conceding 13 goals. Eight different players led the event with 4 points total; including Cody Hodgson, John Tavares, Jordan Eberle and Thomas Hickey from the CHL; and Pavel Chernov, Nikita Klyukin, Evgenii Dadonov and Anatoli Nikontsev for Russia.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 17 Sydney, Nova Scotia QMJHL 5 3 Russia [34]
November 19 Saint John, New Brunswick QMJHL 3 4 Russia [35]
November 20 Guelph, Ontario OHL 6 3 Russia [36]
November 24 St. Catharines, Ontario OHL 3 2 Russia [37]
November 26 Swift Current, Saskatchewan WHL 5 0 Russia [38]
November 27 Prince Albert, Saskatchewan WHL 2 1 Russia [39]
CHL wins series 5-1 (24-13 CHL)

2009 Subway Super Series

Event logo from 2009–2014.

Subway restaurants became the corporate title sponsor of the CHL Canada/Russia series.[40] The CHL team won all six games versus Russia, while scoring 27 goals and conceding 11 goals. Luke Adam led all CHL players with 5 points. Kirill Petrov led Russia with 5 points, and Maxim Kitsyn scored 4 goals.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 16 Drummondville, Quebec QMJHL 3 1 Russia [41]
November 18 Shawinigan, Quebec QMJHL 8 3 Russia [42]
November 19 Barrie, Ontario OHL 5 2 Russia [43]
November 23 Windsor, Ontario OHL 5 2 Russia [44]
November 25 Victoria, British Columbia WHL 2 1 Russia [45]
November 26 Kelowna, British Columbia WHL 4 2 Russia [46]
CHL wins series 6-0 (27-11 CHL)

2010 Subway Super Series

Russia won both games against the QMJHL and WHL, and won the series for the first time in the history of the event. The OHL won both games, to remain unbeaten since 2003 in the series. Leading scorers for Russia were Maxim Kitsyn with four goals and two assists and Nikita Dvurechensky with two goals and four assists.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 8, 2010 Saint John, New Brunswick QMJHL 4 5 Russia [47]
November 10, 2010 Drummondville, Quebec QMJHL 3 4 Russia [48]
November 11, 2010 London, Ontario OHL 4 0 Russia [49]
November 15, 2010 Sudbury, Ontario OHL 2 1 Russia [50]SO (3:1)
November 17, 2010 Kamloops, British Columbia WHL 6 7 Russia [51]SO (3:1)
November 18, 2010 Prince George, British Columbia WHL 2 5 Russia [52]
Russia wins series 4-2 (22-21 RUS)

2011 Subway Super Series

The CHL teams won the series with three regulation wins, compared to two regulation wins and a shootout win for Russia. The OHL remained unbeaten since the series began in 2003. Ryan Spooner led CHL scorers with 6 points, followed by Jordan Weal with 4 points. Nikita Kucherov and Nikita Gusev led Russia with seven points each, followed by Daniil Apalkov with 6 points.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 7, 2011 Victoriaville, Quebec QMJHL 0 2 Russia [53]
November 9, 2011 Quebec City, Quebec QMJHL 4 5 Russia [54]SO (2:1)
November 10, 2011 Ottawa, Ontario OHL 10 7 Russia [55]
November 14, 2011 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario OHL 6 3 Russia [56]
November 16, 2011 Regina, Saskatchewan WHL 5 2 Russia [57]
November 17, 2011 Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan WHL 5 7 Russia [58]
CHL wins 10 points to 8 (30-26 CHL)

2012 Subway Super Series

Russia won the 2012 series with three regulation wins, and a point from a shootout loss. Russia also won its first game against the OHL in the history of the series. Jonathan Huberdeau led all players with 5 points. Only 29 goals were scored in the series, with no player getting more than two.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 5, 2012 Boisbriand, Quebec QMJHL 2 6 Russia [59]
November 7, 2012 Val-d'Or, Quebec QMJHL 5 2 Russia [60]
November 8, 2012 Guelph, Ontario OHL 1 2 Russia [61]
November 12, 2012 Sarnia, Ontario OHL 2 1 Russia [62]
November 14, 2012 Vancouver, British Columbia WHL 1 0 Russia [63]SO (3:0)
November 15, 2012 Victoria, British Columbia WHL 2 5 Russia [64]
Russia wins 10 points to 8 (16-13 RUS)

2013 Subway Super Series

The CHL won the series with three regulation wins, and an overtime loss, compared to two wins and an overtime win for Russia. Igor Rudenkov led Russia with three goals and five points. Charles Hudon and Jonathan Drouin were the top scoring Canadians, with four points each.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 18, 2013 Gatineau, Quebec QMJHL 3 2 Russia [65]
November 20, 2013 Sherbrooke, Quebec QMJHL 4 3 Russia [66]
November 21, 2013 Oshawa, Ontario OHL 2 5 Russia [67]
November 25, 2013 Sudbury, Ontario OHL 2 3 Russia [68]SO (2:1)
November 27, 2013 Red Deer, Alberta WHL 2 3 Russia [69]
November 28, 2013 Lethbridge, Alberta WHL 4 2 Russia [70]
CHL wins 10 points to 8 (18-17 RUS)

2014 Subway Super Series

Russia won the series with three regulation wins and a shootout win, despite only scoring 15 goals in the series. Ivan Fischenko was the only player to score four points in the series.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 10, 2014 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan WHL 2 3 Russia [71]SO (4:3)
November 11, 2014 Brandon, Manitoba WHL 2 3 Russia [72]
November 13, 2014 Peterborough, Ontario OHL 0 4 Russia [73]
November 17, 2014 Kingston, Ontario OHL 5 1 Russia [74]
November 18, 2014 Bathurst, New Brunswick QMJHL 3 1 Russia [75]
November 20, 2014 Rimouski, Quebec QMJHL 2 3 Russia [76]
Russia wins 11 points to 7 (15-14 RUS)

2015 Canada/Russia Series

The 2015 Canada/Russia Series was played without a corporate title sponsor. CHL teams won five of the six games played, outscoring Russia 24 to 13. Artur Lauta and Spencer Watson led the event with three goals each. Collin Shirley was the top scorer with five points.


Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 9, 2015 Kelowna, British Columbia WHL 7 3 Russia [77]
November 10, 2015 Kamloops, British Columbia WHL 4 2 Russia [78]
November 12, 2015 Owen Sound, Ontario OHL 3 0 Russia [79]
November 16, 2015 Windsor, Ontario OHL 2 1 Russia [80]
November 17, 2015 Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec QMJHL 2 3 Russia [81]
November 19, 2015 Halifax, Nova Scotia QMJHL 6 4 Russia [82]
CHL wins 15 points to 3 (24-13 CHL)

2016 CIBC Canada/Russia Series

Event logo since 2016.

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce became the corporate title sponsor of the CHL Canada/Russia series.[2] CHL teams won the series with 3 regulation wins, and an overtime loss. Alexandre Fortin led all scorers in the event with four points.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 7, 2016 Prince George, British Columbia WHL 2 3 Russia [83](OT)
November 8, 2016 Edmonton, Alberta WHL 4 1 Russia [84]
November 10, 2016 North Bay, Ontario OHL 3 4 Russia [85]
November 14, 2016 Hamilton, Ontario OHL 5 2 Russia [86]
November 15, 2016 Chicoutimi, Quebec QMJHL 4 0 Russia [87]
November 17, 2016 Baie-Comeau, Quebec QMJHL 4 1 Russia [88]
CHL wins 13 points to 5 (22-11 CHL)

2017 CIBC Canada/Russia Series

The 2017 series was tied with three regulation wins each. The CHL prevailed after a shootout, held at the conclusion of game six. Dillon Dubé led the CHL with five points. Alexey Polodyan led Russia with three goals and three assists.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 6, 2017 Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan WHL 7 0 Russia [89]
November 7, 2017 Swift Current, Saskatchewan WHL 3 4 Russia [90]
November 9, 2017 Owen Sound, Ontario OHL 2 5 Russia [91]
November 13, 2017 Sudbury, Ontario OHL 4 2 Russia [92]
November 14, 2017 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island QMJHL 3 1 Russia [93]
November 16, 2017 Moncton, New Brunswick QMJHL 1 2 Russia [94]SO (1:0)
CHL wins following a deciding shootout, 9-9 in points after six games

2018 CIBC Canada/Russia Series

Russia won the 2018 series 11 points to 7, after a come-from-behind overtime win in game six. Stepan Starkov led Russia in scoring with 6 points, and goaltender Pyotr Kochetov won three games, allowing only two goals against.

Date Location CHL team Russia Report
November 5, 2018 Kamloops, British Columbia WHL 2 1 Russia [95]
November 6, 2018 Langley, British Columbia WHL 1 3 Russia [96]
November 8, 2018 Sarnia, Ontario OHL 3 1 Russia [97]
November 12, 2018 Oshawa, Ontario OHL 0 4 Russia [98]
November 13, 2018 Sherbrooke, Quebec QMJHL 1 5 Russia [99]
November 15, 2018 Drummondville, Quebec QMJHL 2 3 Russia [100](OT)
Russia wins the series 11 points to 7.

All-time record

The Canadian Hockey League has won 12 of the 16 series played as of 2018.

Updated through November 15, 2018

TEAM GP W OTW L OTL GF GA
Russia 96 24 9 60 3 243 364
WHL 32 20 1 8 3 126 75
OHL 32 24 1 6 1 122 70
QMJHL 32 16 1 10 5 116 98
CHL Totals 96 60 3 24 9 364 243

See also

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External links

  • Official website of the CHL Canada/Russia Series
  • Official website of the Canadian Hockey League
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