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Playing under its new name, the Omsk team reached the 13th place overall, its highest success during the original four-season run in the top level of Soviet hockey.
However, it was still not enough to secure their position in the Class A after the subsequent reform of the championship—starting with the —64 season, Aeroflot joined a newly established A2 league.
The first stars of that early period were defenseman Viktor Blinov and forward Viktor Shevelev. Further realignment in drove Aeroflot out to the third level competition the third group of the Class A.
The next season, —68, the team was renamed once again as Kauchuk Rubber reflecting the change of the team's assignment to the Sibirsky Kauchuk combine.
Shortly after, for the —70 season, the team was taken over by Yevgeny Babich , who finished his coaching career in Omsk. In order to improve the performance of Omsk in the Soviet championship, Kauchuk, in , was merged with rival Lokomotiv Omsk into a single team called Khimik "Chemist".
It led to an immediate promotion of the team in The next season was notable for being the first in the second level league after a seven years break, as well as the first to be played on artificial ice , although the games were still held at an outdoor stadium.
In , the team then affiliated with Omsktransmash and received its current name, Avangard Omsk. In , the players moved to the long-awaited Irtysh Sports Complex , the team's first indoor arena.
In , after 27 years of balancing between the second and the third divisions of Soviet hockey, Avangard was finally given the opportunity to play in the qualification tournament for the top league.
Even though Omsk players were not successful at the time, the team was ultimately promoted to the top league after the series and joined the first and the last CIS championship.
During that season, Leonid Kiselev's Avangard surpassed the success of the s Aeroflot, rising up to 12th place in the league. Kiselev continued to coach Avangard on its way to become an acknowledged major club in the International Hockey League.
For its inaugural season, the team was joined by Evgeni Shastin, a s Soviet hockey star and an Omsk hockey school alumni. Finishing third in the Eastern Conference, Omsk went on to the playoffs and advanced to the quarterfinals.
After the lackluster —94 season , Avangard repeated that success in becoming second in the East and returning to the quarterfinals, where it was eventually defeated by that year's champions, Dynamo Moscow.
The history of the s' Avangard team culminated in the —96 season. Despite finishing second in the Eastern Conference, the team was tied in points with Ufa's Salavat Yulaev after the final round it was the only IHL season when the championship was decided separately from the cup playoffs , which led to a minor conflict between the teams and the league that was resolved when both Avangard and Salavat receiving bronze medals.
During the next season , first in the newly established Superleague of the Russian Championship , Avangard was joined by forward Maxim Sushinsky , the most successful player of the upcoming era in the club's history.
By the end of the season, the team finished sixth overall, but for the second season in a row lost in the quarterfinals to Metallurg Magnitogorsk.
Omsk ended up fourth in the regular championship tying with Dynamo Moscow and became third in the league by attendance, but yet again could not progress past the semifinals after a 2—1 series defeat to Torpedo Yaroslavl.
In the course of the — season , the club opted to switch coaches in favour of Gennady Tsygurov, who came to rebuild the team, turning to a young generation of local Omsk players, including future talents such as Alexander Svitov and Egor Shastin.
Even though the replacement damaged the club's position in the season table and failed to help Avangard progress past the quarterfinals against rivals Metallurg Magnitogorsk, the team's line of Dmitry Zatonsky , Ravil Yakubov and Maxim Sushinsky still finished the year as the most productive line in the league.
During Tsygurov's tenure, Yakubov was later replaced by Alexander Prokopiev to form one of the most potent lines in the club's history.
In the —02 season, Avangard's top trio was named the most productive line of the league. In —01, the Hawks were also joined by native Omsk defenceman Kirill Koltsov , that season's rookie of the year.
In , the team led by Sushinsky became the first Avangard team to reach the championship finals, but lost to Magnitogorsk 4—2.
The next season was less successful for Omsk as they were once again stopped in semifinals by Magnitogorsk. During the early s, Avangard became one of the first Russian hockey clubs to invite high-profile foreign players.
The team's Czech reinforcement of was finalized when famed Olympic-winning coach Ivan Hlinka became Avangard's new head coach.
During the year's playoffs, in the quarterfinals against Dynamo Moscow, Avangard became the first RSL team ever to win a series after being behind two games to none.
During the playoffs' semifinals, the team was not able to defeat a significantly weaker Severstal Cherepovets team, and eventually lost the third place games to Magnitogorsk.
Finishing the season, Hlinka decided to retire as a coach in favour of his career as an agent. They would be the first winners of that competition, beating Kärpät from the Finnish SM-liiga.
This season is considered to be one of the worst in the franchise history, with the club's reputation being tarnished both on and off ice.
After an unconvincing start, the Head Coach Sergey Gersonskiy was fired just six games into the season. He would later start legal proceedings against the club to obtain compensation that he was allegedly entitled to under his contract.
After a number of hearings and appeals, Gersonskiy was awarded 1 million rubles, only a small proportion of what he originally claimed.
On October 13, , young Avangard forward Alexei Cherepanov died after collapsing on the bench during a game against Vityaz Chekhov.
The ambulance that was normally at all games had already departed and had to be called back; doctors arrived on the scene 12 minutes after Cherepanov collapsed, and the battery on the defibrillator used to attempt to shock Cherepanov's heart back to life was drained.
On December 29, , Russian investigators revealed that he suffered from myocarditis , a condition where not enough blood reaches the heart, and that he should not have been playing hockey professionally.
The federal Investigative Committee also announced that a chemical analysis of Cherepanov's blood and urine samples allowed experts to conclude "that for several months Alexei Cherepanov engaged in doping.
Avangard Director Mikhail Denisov has since been fired,  whereas the league Disciplinary Committee has since removed Omsk's doctors from that role with the club, and has requested the suspension of General Manager Anatoly Bardin and Avangard President Konstantin Potapov until the investigation being conducted by the Russian Federal Prosecutor's Office was concluded.
Anatoly Bardin was eventually reinstated as the club's GM. Meanwhile, Avangard's poor performance on the ice continued. This resulted in a bizarre incident when Anatoly Bardin asked Wayne Fleming to leave the bench during the second intermission of a home game against Vityaz Chekhov.
However, the team surprised everyone by knocking the regular season champions Salavat Yulaev Ufa out of the competition by winning three games to one.
Moreover, the team was just 15 seconds away from defeating Ak Bars Kazan, the future champion of , in the second round but failed to hold on to their one-goal lead and went on to concede an overtime goal in the deciding match at TatNeft Arena.
The club made a few solid roster additions by signing Karri Rämö with Lasse Kukkonen in the summer and Anton Babchuk with Denis Kulyash during the season.
On January 9, , a massive brawl broke out in a game against Vityaz Chekhov. Initial conflict began during pre-game warm-ups, when Darcy Verot intentionally shot a puck at Lasse Kukkonen , prompting Alexander Svitov to stand up for his teammate, Kukkonen.
Soon after the game began, Brandon Sugden challenged Svitov to a fight, which then escalated to involve all other eight skaters on the ice.
A number of other fights then ensued, resulting in a bench- and penalty-box clearing brawl. The officials were forced to suspend the game just after three minutes and 39 seconds in the first period as only four players between the two sides were left to play the game.
In the game's wake, the KHL imposed heavy fines on both organizations, multiple players on both teams and both clubs' head coaches, as well as deciding to suspend six Vityaz players and Avangard's Dmitri Vlasenkov , who was first to leave the bench during a fight.
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Ufa, RUS. Simon Hrubec G. Vimperk, CZE. Alexei Bereglazov D. Magnitogorsk, RUS. Semyon Chistyakov D. Yekaterinburg, RUS.
Maxim Chudinov D. Cherepovets, RUS. Maxim Goncharov D. Moskva, RUS. Kirill Gotovets D. Minsk, BLR. Oliwer Kaski D. Pori, FIN.
Ville Pokka D. Tornio, FIN. Damir Sharipzyanov D. Nizhnekamsk, RUS. Alexey Solovyev D. Togliatti, RUS. Yegor Chinakhov RW.
Omsk, RUS. Pavel Dedunov LW. Bolshoy Kamen, RUS. Ilya Kablukov C. Corban Knight C. Nikita Komarov C. Novopolotsk, BLR. Penza, RUS. Nizhny Novgorod, RUS.
Kladno, CZE. Sergei Shumakov LW. Chelyabinsk, RUS. Alexander Yaremchuk RW. Khanty-Mansiysk, RUS. Denis Zernov C. Izhevsk, RUS.
Emil Garipov G. Dynamo Moskva. Alexander Barakhtin F. Spartak Moskva. Ivan Lisin F. Buran Voronezh. Vsevolod Gaidamak F.
Spartak St. Petersburg U Artyom Kulakov D. Matvei Zaseda F. Omsk , Omskin alue. Aleksei Volkov. Bob Hartley.
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Corban Knight. Oliver , Brittiläinen Kolumbia , Kanada. Denis Zernov. Nikita Komarov. Penza , Venäjä. Grand Ledge , Michigan , Yhdysvallat.
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