I also read some piece according to which KHL still wants to have a Far Eastern Division, so Amur-Admiral-Kunlun trio is pretty much locked in. I honestly don't understand why the former two have been so bad. Yes, some teams will end up being the worst but Vladivostok in particular is a major town with a relatively vibrant economic outlook. Their arena is small and cute. Why is it so difficult to ice a decent team that is at least mediocre? Do they lack funding? If that's the case, again, Vladivostok is not big on sport and Admiral are probably their best sport product, it is not like they have several big clubs which receive the majority of financial and fan support. Regardless, even if there is no such division, I hope they'll never get kicked. Admiral and Amur are sexy. I had this dream of Avto becoming a decent side... Fantastic city, great fan support, very high potential. It happened. I thought to myself, "Why isn't there any football team in Sochi? It makes no sense!" and boom, they are now fighting for a promotion to Premier Liga. Now it's the turn of Admiral. The sun will rise from the east.