High League question
Are High League teams "farm" clubs to the Super League? I remember reading someones post a while ago saying that Mostovik (Kurgan) was CSKA's farm club. Is that true?
Thanks in advance.
Someone can correct me but it goes
High legaue (AHL )
1st league (juniors)
Since there is no draft in Russia it seems that the superleague signs the best talent (probably because they have the most money).The lesser talent then signs with one of the lesser leagues.If they make an impact in a lesser league they then get signed to a Superleague team.
That is just my take on it.
Ya, sorry, I meant High League, not Upper League. I'll see if I can change that.
With my basic knowledge of the RSL I couldn't find any affiliation either so I thought I'd ask for my own peace of mind. Any time players were sent down the team is always referred to as CSKA-2 as an example, not a High League team.
Ideally I was looking for a site for all the "farm" players and how they and their team ranked but I suppose you have to get that info from the main RSL sites individually.
Super Leage - the top
High/Upper League - the AHL level of hockey. There are relationships between individual Super League/Upper League clubs. For example - Lokomotiv tends to loan it's players to Lipetsk. At one point they loaned players to Elemash. Lada tends to loan it's players to CSK VVS. The relationship is largely based on proximity to the Super League club.
1st League - juniors
Here is a link to their standings...
1st League -Center Region
The other "farm-club" league is the.....
Ural-Upper Siberia Region....Teams
Here is a site where you can see their standings...(not updated very often)
1st League Ural-Upper Siberia Region
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