|Atlant Moscow Oblast|
|City||Mytishchi, Moscow Oblast|
|League||Kontinental Hockey League|
|Home arena||Mytishchi Arena|
|Affiliate(s)||Mytishchinskie Atlanty (MHL)|
|Atlant Moscow Oblast|
Khimik Moscow Oblast
Hockey Club Atlant Moscow Oblast (Russian: ? ?, English: Atlas Hockey Club Moscow Region) was a Russian professional ice hockey team based in Mytishchi, Moscow Oblast. They were members of the Bobrov Division of the Kontinental Hockey League in the 2014-15 season, but have not been active since the 2015-16 season due to financial issues.
Atlant was founded in 2005 when a team (Khimik) based in Voskresensk was relocated to Mytishchi. The old team traced its history back to 1953. Immediate success allowed Khimik to play in the Championship of the Soviet Union. Leading the team was playing-coach Nikolay Epshtein. In three years, Khimik was graduated to the top league of the Soviet Union. Three bronze medal results between 1965 and 1984 were capitulated in 1989 when the team achieved silver under prestigious head coach Vladimir Vasiliyev, a major accomplishment for a team from a small town. More impressive is how much successful homegrown talent has come out of the Khimik system, withs names including future Stanley Cup winners such as Igor Larionov and Valeri Kamensky.
In the spring of 1998, the status of the team changed, representing not only the city of Voskresensk but also the entire Moscow Oblast. This event took place on their 45th anniversary. During the 2005-06 season, the team relocated within the Moscow Oblast, from Voskresensk to Mytishchi. Following this, the team changed its name to Atlant, prior to its inclusion in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). Their new team logo features a Central Asian Shepherd Dog.
Atlant and Emery had several issues, including Emery attacking the team trainer and his temporary refusal to return to the team after the KHL break over a contract dispute. Emery was upset that his pay was in rubles that were not inflation protected. He returned to the team shortly after  to play the remainder of the season.
Pajulahti Cup (1): 2007
Gagarin Cup (1): 2011
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTW = Overtime/Shootout Wins, OTL = Overtime/Shootout Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|2008-09||56||35||7||11||3||122||189||111||2nd, Bobrov||Sergei Mozyakin (76 points: 34 G, 42 A; 56 GP)||Lost in Quarterfinals, 1-3 (Metallurg Magnitogorsk)|
|2009-10||56||24||13||16||3||101||173||137||2nd, Tarasov||Sergei Mozyakin (66 points: 27 G, 39 A; 56 GP)||Lost in Conference Quarterfinals, 1-3 (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl)|
|2010-11||54||21||11||16||6||91||138||115||2nd, Tarasov||Sergei Mozyakin (61 points: 31 G, 27 A; 34 GP)||Lost in Gagarin Cup Finals, 1-4 (Salavat Yulaev Ufa)|
|2011-12||54||20||11||19||4||86||130||134||2nd, Tarasov||Nikolay Zherdev (40 points: 16 G, 24 A; 53 GP)||Lost in Conference Semifinals, 2-4 (SKA Saint Petersburg)|
|2012-13||52||23||4||21||8||73||137||141||4th, Tarasov||Nikolay Zherdev (37 points: 13 G, 24 A; 39 GP)||Lost in Conference Quarterfinals, 1-4 (SKA Saint Petersburg)|
|2013-14||54||19||8||22||5||78||123||120||4th, Tarasov||Alexander Kadeikin (23 points: 8 G, 15 A; 54 GP)||Did not qualify|
|2014-15||60||23||4||25||8||85||158||161||4th, Bobrov||Sergei Shmelyov (37 points: 9 G, 28 A; 55 GP)||Did not qualify|