Ak Bars Kazan

Hockey Club Ak Bars (Russian: Ак Барс, Tatar: Ак Барс, English: Snow Leopards), also known as Ak Bars Kazan, is a Russian professional ice hockey team based in Kazan, Tatarstan. They are a member of the Kontinental Hockey League.

The team's name, Ak Bars, is derived from the official symbol of Tatarstan, translated as Snow Leopard, a traditional symbol which has its origins with the Barsil, one of the Tatar tribes.

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