|28 october||Russian Championship. The first quarter without defeat|
In Krasnoyarsk in the match against Enisey BC Khimki defeated convincingly — 96-78 (26-21, 20-14, 25-25, 25-18). So during the first quarter of the Regular season of Russian Championship the Moscow Region club didn’t suffer a defeat. Next match BC Khimki will play at home on 2nd of November against CSK VVS Samara.
|26 october||Russian Championship. The fifth victory, now in Vladivostok|
BC Khimki beat convincingly in Vladivostok the team Spartak-Primorie — 75-51 (22-6, 19-19, 12-11, 22-15) and showed the second result in the club’s record history by the missed points. The next match yellow-blue team will play at Krasnoyarsk against Enisey on 28th of October.
|20 october||Russian Championship. Kazan conquered|
Before the match against UNICS, the BC Khimki head coach Kestutis Kemzura said that he wanted to add a new page to history – to win for the first time in regular season Kazan. The Moscow Region club achieved a success — 78-75 (17-19, 20-10, 21-14, 20-32). Next match BC Khimki will play in Vladivostok against Spartak-Primorie on 26th of October.
|16 october||Russian Championship. The first home victory|
The first “home” match BC Khimki played against Spartak from Saint-Petersburg. Yellow-blue players headed by Kestutis Kemzura thrashed the opoonent — 97-67 (25-11, 27-20, 22-14, 23-22). The next match BC Khimki will play at Kazan against UNICS on 20th of October.
|10 october||Russian Championship. A hard-earned victory in Surgut|
The second match BC Khimki played against Universitet-Yugra Surgut. “The students” gave battle to the favorites from Moscow Region, but BC Khimki succeeded to snatch the victory — 86-79 (20-24, 21-16, 21-19, 24-20). Next match yellow-blue will play at home Centre in Khimki on 16th of October.
|8 october||Russian Championship. The records in the debut|
The regular stage of the Russian Championship started off by the thrashing victory of BC Khimki in the match against Lokomotiv Novossibirsk. The Moscow Region team won — 121-66 (27-15, 26-13, 30-19, 38-19) and established some records.