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Russia's Kontinental Hockey League Will Announce Profit For The First Time

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 27 / 15

The Kontinental Hockey League was in the black for the '14-15 season, the first time the league has turned in a profit since it was formed in '08. A KHL spokesperson told SBD Global that the exact profit figure is to be announced at an annual shareholders meeting next month, but it is already known ...

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