The Kontinental Hockey League has updated their officials for the 2019-20 season.
The full officiating lineup from last season has returned, with a few additions that include a pair of familiar faces.
Returning to the league for 2019-20 are referee Jan Hribik and referee/linesman Stanislav Raming, both of whom have previously worked in the Kontinental Hockey League. Hribik refereed seven games in the KHL from 2013-15. Raming worked in the league from 2010-17, officiating 243 regular season games and 32 playoff matches. He was named one of the league’s top linesmen in 2016.
New to the league are linesmen Dmitry Kanifadin, Denis Ponomaryov, and Roman Slavikovsky.
Referee Edouard Odins was also in camp after suffering a broken leg last season, though he has not participated in on-ice drills. There’s no official timetable on his return to the ice.
Here’s the full list of KHL Referees and Linesmen for the 2019-20 season. The list has been updated with games worked and penalty minutes by referee.