Three-time winner of the Gagarin Cup, Chudinov moved to the “Spartak” hockey club
MOSCOW, November 22 – RIA Novosti. Moscow “Spartak” defender signed a contract with Maxim Chudinov, reported On the Telegram channel of the press service of the Continental Hockey League (KHL).
The 32-year-old’s contract runs until the end of the season.
On Monday, Chudinov terminated his contract with Ak Bars by mutual agreement of the parties. He joined the Kazan club at the end of August. In the current regular season, the defender has played 7 games and has an assist in those games with the “-3” utility indicator.
Chudinov won the Gagarin Cup three times (twice with SKA St. Petersburg, once with Avangard Omsk). With a benefit index of +97, he has 233 points (75 goals + 158 assists) in 676 KHL matches. Chudinov, together with the Russian national team, became the world champion in 2014.
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