Moscow Open Championships Underway

Mar 5, 2021 | Craig Peterson

Two Russian youth hockey players square off to take a face-off.

‘20-21 season nears its end as tournaments are set to begin

The Moscow Open Championships will crown the top teams in the region at the ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 and ‘08 age groups later this month. First, teams will compete in a three-week, round-robin schedule throughout March before crowning a champion.

Number of teams varies depending on the birth year, but each age group is split into Groups A and B, consisting of anywhere from 10 to 14 teams in a group. Teams play against in-pool opponents over the next three weeks before crossover games begin in April.

World Hockey Hub will have coverage and recaps of champions at each age group when the tournament concludes. For more information regarding this year’s Moscow Open Championships and following along in real-time, click HERE.




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