Andrey Khomutov began his hockey career with CSKA Moskva in 1980 and won nine Soviet (1981-1989) and ten European Champions Cup (1981-1990) titles with them. Khomutov was selected as the MVP of the Soviet Championships in 1990 and he was the leading goalscorer at the 1988 Soviet Championships with 29 goals. He was also selected as part of the best line at the Soviet Championships in 1988 and 1990. In 1990 Khomutov left CSKA Moskva and played the next ten seasons in Switzerland with HC Fribourg-Gottéron, before finishing his playing career in 1999. He was the top goal scorer at the Swiss Championships in 1994 with 46 goals. Internationally, besides his three Olympic golds, Khomutov was World champion seven times (1981-83, 1986, 1989-90, 1993) and European champion eight times (1981-83, 1985-87, 1989, 1991). He also won silver (1987) and bronze (1985) at the World Championships and silver (1990) at the European Championships. Khomutov was also the leading goalscorer at the 1992 Olympic Games with 7 goals and 1990 World Championships with 11 goals. He also played on the winning 1981 Canada Cup and was runner-up at the 1987 Canada Cup. From 2007-09 Khomutov worked as the head coach of MVD Moskva Oblast, before becoming the head coach of Moskva Dynamo.