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Amateur Ice Hockey Development Strategies in The Constituent Entities of the Russian Federation

Student: Anton Novikov

Supervisor: Sergey Altukhov

Faculty: Higher School of Law and Administration

Educational Programme: International Sports Management and Marketing (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This thesis examines the structure of Amateur ice hockey management in Russian Federation. The research suggests an approach to the differentiation of Russian Amateur ice hockey formats and discusses the issue of their potential switch to the model of corporate leagues. The paper provides an analysis of the aggregate supply and demand for ice hockey facilities in the city of Novosibirsk which will host the World youth ice hockey championship in 2023. The thesis also proposes a comparative analysis of the Russian and American models of Amateur ice hockey management. Based on the patterns identified in the research, the author suggests new tools for enhancement of the Russian Amateur ice hockey structure. This research can be applied by the students of Sports management programs for studying the structure of Amateur ice hockey in Russia and North America, and by the governing bodies of the Russian ice hockey organization. Keywords: amateur ice hockey, minor hockey, amateur hockey leagues, sports management, college hockey, ice hockey facilities, corporate leagues.

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