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CHELYABINSK, April 17 (Itar-Tass) - Dynamo Moscow have won the Gagarin Cup of the Kontinental Ice Hockey League (KHL) on Wednesday. Dynamo defeated Traktor Chelyabinsk 3-2 in the overtime in the sixth game of the finals.
Sergei Soin has scored on the 32nd second in Dynamo and Dmitry Pestunov (35), Alexei Tsevtkov scored the winning goal on the 7th minute of the overtime. Maxim Yakutsenya (15) and Petri Kontiola (50) scored in Traktor.
Oleg Znarok’s squad of Dynamo Moscow have won the finals of up to four victories 4-2 and became the Russian ice hockey champions for the second time in succession.