The Kontinental Hockey League’s commission has determined the best players of the twenty-fourth week of the Regular Season in four categories.
- best goalie was Konstantin Barulin (HC Sochi), who had two shutout wins in two games last week, helping his team securing the sixth place in the Western Conference standings and clinching a playoff spot. Barulin has now an alive, 119 minutes and 12 seconds-long shutout series.
- best defenseman was Michal Jordan (Amur), who won two of three games last week, scoring 2 (1+1) points. The Czech defenseman posted no negative ratings, ending the week plus-3. He also had ten shots on goal and blocked seven shots from the opposition. Jordan logged an average time on ice of 23 minutes and 11 seconds.
- best forward was Alexander Barabanov (SKA), who won three games of three last week, including two road matches. Last week, the SKA forward scored 4 (3+1) points, posting a double against Lokomotiv. Barabanov posted no negative ratings and ended the week with a plus-4 rating.
- best rookie was forward Kristian Vesalainen (Jokerit), who won two of three games last week, posting a pair of assists. The 19-years-old Finn forward posted no negative ratings, ended the week with a plus-2 rating, and logged an average time on ice of 14 minutes and 39 seconds.